Current Projects

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.

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AAPCHO’s Enabling Services Accountability Project increased Electronic Medical Record data collection on enabling services (ES) and studied the impact of these services on health care access and outcomes. Overall, the project illustrated the role ES play in increasing access and quality … Continue reading

Hep B United, a national coalition co-chaired by AAPCHO and the Hepatitis B Foundation, addresses the public health challenge of hepatitis B. The goal of Hep B United is to support local community coalition efforts across the United States to … Continue reading

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The project aims to provide resources, training, and technical assistance to existing and new health centers to best meet the cultural and linguistic needs of AA&NHPIs. For 30 years, AAPCHO has demonstrated its ability to provide breadth and depth of … Continue reading

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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 the National Association of Community Health Centers, the Oregon Primary Care Association, and the Institute for Alternative Futures, this project will measure and capture health centers’ patient social determinant of health risks, such as the social, environmental … Continue reading

Last Updated: June 29, 2018 Background Public Charge Resources (see more below) Overview and FAQs – “Public Charge” Proposal Affecting Immigrant Families Talking Points for Health Centers and Health Care Providers – “Public Charge” Public Charge – Shaping the Terms … Continue reading