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NCAC Teams Are Local Resource Networks. Team 1 - Marshall Heights 1. Chartered Health Plan 2. Chartered Family Health Center 3. CVS Health Connection 4. Edward C. Mazique Parent Child Center 5. East-of-the-River Family Support Collaborative

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ncac teams are local resource networks
NCAC Teams Are Local Resource Networks

Team 1 - Marshall Heights

1. Chartered Health Plan

2. Chartered Family Health Center

3. CVS Health Connection

4. Edward C. Mazique Parent Child Center

5. East-of-the-River Family Support Collaborative

6. National Capital Asthma Coalition Comm. Health Wkr.

7. Primary Care Physicians

8. UDC-USDA Health/Environmental Services Project

9. Howard University Hospital Emergency Department

10. Children’s Hospital Emergency Department

11. Health Services for Children with Special Needs/

HSC Pediatric Center (Hospital for Sick Children)

12. Hunt Place Clinic

13. DC School Nurses

14. CVS Pharmacies

  • NCAC’s responsibilities:
  • Facilitate and coordinate teams.
  • Document collaborative care management process.
  • Train physicians in PACE (NHLBI guidelines).
  • Train/create certified asthma educators.
  • Track care (e.g., controller prescriptions filled,

changes in practice, and outcomes).

  • Develop collaborative procedures (e.g., to

coordinate use of written asthma action plans by

M.D., child, family, pharmacist, school nurse, etc.)

Team 3 - Congress Heights

1. Chartered Health Plan

2. Primary Care Physicians

3. UDC-USDA Health/Environmental Services Project

4. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative

5. National Capital Asthma Coalition Comm. Health Worker

6. Howard University Hospital Emergency Department

7. Children’s Hospital Community Clinic: Ward 8

8. Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health & the Environment

9. Congress Heights Head Start

10. Unity Health Clinic: Southeast

11. Health Services for Children with Special Needs/

HSC Pediatric Center (Hospital for Sick Children)

12. Children’s Hospital Emergency Department

13. United Planning Organization

14. DC School Nurses

15. CVS Pharmacies

Team 2 - Columbia Heights

1. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care

2. Chartered Health Plan

3. National Capital Asthma Coalition Comm. Health Wkr.

4. UDC-USDA Health/Environmental Services Project

5. Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative

6. Primary Care Physicians

7. Howard University Hospital Emergency Department

8. Children’s Hospital Community Clinic

9. Children’s Hospital Emergency Department

10. Rosemont Center (Child Care)

11. DC School Nurses

12. CVS Pharmacies