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At NACHC, we are committed to providing you the tools you need to support the health center mission. Our NACHC Library streamlines your access to our content--and showcases our evolving training offerings.


RESOURCES LIBRARY


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Clinical Category
Financial Management Category
Health Center Governance Category
Health Information Technology

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Managed and Accountable Care Category
Operations Management Category
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Workforce Category

Select a category to explore NACHC'S training and technical assistance resources, which include podcasts, webinars, technical assistance documents, and elearning modules.

You can also use the search box to locate your resource.




NATIONAL WORKSHOPS SHOWCASE

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Curious about our regional trainings? Click the icon to view a description and sessions from past trainings. Visit our trainings page to look at our schedule and register for trainings!

RESOURCES FROM HRSA-FUNDED CONFERENCE SESSIONS 

Click the icon to access material from  all the HRSA-funded sessions at our conferences. Access to other materials is limited to those who enrolled in the conference.

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INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN RESOURCES

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Want some ideas and insights on building your own training or transitioning to virtual conferences? Click here for a collection of helpful resources.




Check out these exciting new offerings from our creative teams!

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Becoming a Health Center Program Look-Alike (e-Learning)

This e-learning course is designed for health centers that are considering becoming Health Center Program Look-Alikes. It is broken into four modules with lessons that take you through key considerations and steps in becoming a Look-Alike.

PACE Webinar Series

NACHC and the National PACE Association are collaborating to bring a series of webinars focused on understanding and developing Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) sites through community health centers. PACE provides comprehensive medical and social services to certain frail, elderly people (participants) still living in the community. Most of the participants who are in PACE are dually eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid.







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