AAPCHO’s efforts fall within five main focus areas: Health Disparities, Technical Assistance and Training, Research Capacity Building, Patient-Centered Health Outcomes, and Health Information Technology.
Our current projects listed below, relate to one or more of our focus areas.
AAPCHO partners with the National Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Hepatitis B Disparities (B Free CEED) of the New York University (NYU) to evaluate an online healthcare provider tutorial for hepatitis B. The project measures the tutorial’s effectiveness … Continue reading
The CHAMPs program was designed to help AA&NHOPI-serving community health centers and other primary care agencies provide HIV/AIDS interventions that are culturally competent and linguistically accessible. CONTACT Nina Agbayani, Director of Programs GOAL To increase the capacity of health care … Continue reading
This project increases Electronic Medical Record (EMR) data collection on ES, and studies the impact of these services on health care access and outcomes. AAPCHO provides training and technical assistance (T/TA) to CHCs to increase their capacity to implement data … Continue reading
AAPCHO’s diabetes program aims to eliminate health disparities associated with diabetes by mobilizing and assisting local coalitions in their efforts to implement community-based interventions that reduce diabetes risk factors among AA&NHOPIs. AAPCHO’s coalition partners include CHCs, local businesses, community- and … Continue reading
AAPCHO provides national T/TA to potential and existing section 330-funded health centers with the goal of helping them meet FQHC requirements and improve performance in areas including fiscal and program management, consumer board governance, emergency preparedness, workforce development and retention, … Continue reading
As part of the Community Health Applied Research Network (CHARN), a national network of community health centers and universities, AAPCHO helps provide its member centers with skills and knowledge that enable them to carry out Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. For more … Continue reading
In partnership with International Community Health Services, this project will assess the impact of culturally proficient HIT strategies for underserved Asian Americans in Seattle, WA who are at risk for and infected with hepatitis B. A needs assessment will be … Continue reading