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.
With so much at stake, AAPCHO and its members have mobilized civic engagement efforts across the country to ensure Asian Americans (AAs), Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) are represented in the 2020 Census and upcoming General Election in November. … Continue reading
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
Last Updated: February 24, 2020 *While this page often uses the term “immigrant,” AAPCHO recognizes the distinct differences between the experiences of asylum seekers, immigrants, migrants and refugees and tailors our efforts and resources accordingly. At AAPCHO, we believe health … Continue reading
The overarching vision of our study is to obtain a preliminary understanding of how the use of a national approach to screen for SDH to address underserved patients’ social risk factors using PRAPARE survey can improve the value of healthcare … Continue reading
The goal of the PCORI funded Research Project is to understand how educational and cultural competency trainings of clinical staff assist in improving health outcomes and patient satisfaction for Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) patients. … Continue reading
The program 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
The Pacific Islander Primary Center of Excellence (PI-CoPCE) is an initiative of AAPCHO and was established to improve the health of Pacific Islanders in the United States and U.S. Pacific through primary care support, research, workforce development, and community initiatives. … Continue reading
The Pacific Islander Diabetes Prevention Program (PI-DPP) is a national program that will build the infrastructure of local organizations to deliver PI-tailored, and CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs (CLCP) to Pacific Islanders, Medicare beneficiaries, and the general population over the course … 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
AAPCHO collaborated with the National Association of Community Health Centers and Oregon Primary Care Association to develop PRAPARE, a nationally recognized and tested standardized patient risk assessment protocol that goes beyond medical acuity to account for patients’ social determinants of … Continue reading
The Tuberculosis (TB) Community Engagement Network works closely with state and local TB control programs, focusing on outreach to AA and NHPI communities with the highest TB burden. The TB Community Engagement Network will build upon health care provider capacity … Continue reading
A national effort to develop a stakeholder-vetted common data model framework strategies and tools, including an advocacy brief template and health center survey, to support health centers to report impact and “chilling effect” of public charge in the context of … Continue reading