As health centers continue to seek and identify innovative strategies to engage in value-based care, some have found great success in hosting and organizing group visits through a practice known as Centering. This evidence-based model includes elements of health education and community building, led by providers, with success in improving health outcomes. Traditional models focus on pregnancy and parenting, and new and emerging models help patients manage chronic conditions such as diabetes. Join staff from NACHC, the Centering Healthcare Institute as they discuss best practices for Centering for Diabetes and building buy-in and garnering support for Centering programs. Learn how Centering can contribute to improved health outcomes and the value of the program as health centers continue to be key players in payment and delivery reform.