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  1. HIV in Primary CareLearning Community Pre-Application Conference Call

  2. Agenda • Welcome • AETC NCHCMC Overview • HIV in Primary Care Learning Community Overview • Health Center Selection • Application Overview • Questions

  3. About the AETC NCHCMC • Reaches beyond the Ryan White funded community • Addresses HIV care in communities of color • Funded through Minority AIDS Initiative and HRSA/HAB’s AIDS Education and Training Centers program • Expands capacity of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and FQHC Look-Alikes • Supports the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy • Provides assistance to up to 30 health centers each year

  4. HIV in Primary Care Learning Community • Overview: • Brings together CHCs and stakeholders to support the expansion of primary care to include HIV • Generates new ideas • Works to ensure the delivery of quality HIV care • Purpose: • Increase access to comprehensive HIV primary care for racial and ethnic minority communities

  5. Additional Support • Mentoring – support clinical learning • Coaches – guides practice transformation • Twinning – increases sustainability of clinical technical assistance

  6. Online Learning

  7. Benefits of Participation • Prepare to provide care and treatment to people living with HIV. • Thoughtfully expand services in a sustainable manner. • Connect to state and local networks to support expanded services. • Align with current activities – prepare for PCMH recognition • Access to expert faculty, webinars, face-to-face workshops, and targeted technical assistance.

  8. Health Center Roles and Responsibilities • One-year time commitment • Commitment to develop or expand HIV services • Participation of CEO, and 2 Learning Leaders • Practice Transformation Learning Leader • Clinical Learning Leader • Completion of assessments and participation in a site visit • Regular communication with AETC NCHCMC staff and faculty

  9. Eligibility • Federally Qualified Health Centers and Look-Alikes • Not directly funded by Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program • Subcontractors are eligible • Four year history of primary care

  10. Health Center Selection Located in: • Communities of color highly impacted by HIV • Communities with high disease burden and low resources • CDC Expanded Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning (ECHPP) cities

  11. Health Center Selection CDC 12 Priority ECHPP Cities • Atlanta, GA • Baltimore, MD • Chicago, IL • Dallas, TX • Houston, TX • Los Angeles, CA • Miami, FL • New York, NY • Philadelphia, PA • San Francisco, CA • San Juan, PR • Washington, DC

  12. Health Center Selection • Open to all health centers in the U.S. and U.S. Territories • Application will be available in Spanish tomorrow • Eligibility section at www.nchcmc.org

  13. Application • Application is a Word document fill-in form • Available in Spanish next week Completing the Application • Use 2010 UDS data • Limit narrative responses • Submit signed letter of support required from board chair

  14. Review Process • Reviewed by external review panel • Panel will recommend up to 25 health centers for participation • Selected health centers will be notified by January 1, 2012

  15. Key Dates • Application Due: November 18, 2011 • Health Centers Notified: January 1, 2012 • Practice Assessments: Beginning January 5, 2012 • Community Meeting: Washington, DC Spring 2012 • Culmination: December 2012 • Continued Support: August 2013

  16. Questions? • To ask a question of the presenters • Click “Raise Hand” button to ask your question to the group or • Click “Chat with Presenters” and type your question to be read to all participants • FAQ section at www.nchcmc.org

  17. Questions? Christine Stewart, Program Manager 202-507-4736 christine@healthhiv.org Brad Ward, Program Manager 202-507-4735 brad@healthhiv.org

  18. About the AETC NCHCMC • Reaches beyond the Ryan White funded community • Addresses HIV care in communities of color • Funded through Minority AIDS Initiative and HRSA/HAB’s AIDS Education and Training Centers program • Expands capacity of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and FQHC Look-Alikes • Supports the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy • Provides assistance to up to 30 health centers each year

  19. HIV in Primary Care Learning Community • Overview: • Brings together CHCs and stakeholders to support the expansion of primary care to include HIV • Generates new ideas • Works to ensure the delivery of quality HIV care • Purpose: • Increase access to comprehensive HIV primary care for racial and ethnic minority communities

  20. Additional Support • Mentoring – support clinical learning • Coaches – guides practice transformation • Twinning – increases sustainability of clinical technical assistance

  21. Online Learning

  22. Benefits of Participation • Prepare to provide care and treatment to people living with HIV. • Thoughtfully expand services in a sustainable manner. • Connect to state and local networks to support expanded services. • Align with current activities – prepare for PCMH recognition • Access to expert faculty, webinars, face-to-face workshops, and targeted technical assistance.

  23. Health Center Roles and Responsibilities • One-year time commitment • Commitment to develop or expand HIV services • Participation of CEO, and 2 Learning Leaders • Practice Transformation Learning Leader • Clinical Learning Leader • Completion of assessments and participation in a site visit • Regular communication with AETC NCHCMC staff and faculty

  24. Eligibility • Federally Qualified Health Centers and Look-Alikes • Not directly funded by Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program • Subcontractors are eligible • Four year history of primary care

  25. Health Center Selection Located in: • Communities of color highly impacted by HIV • Communities with high disease burden and low resources • CDC Expanded Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning (ECHPP) cities

  26. Health Center Selection CDC 12 Priority ECHPP Cities • Atlanta, GA • Baltimore, MD • Chicago, IL • Dallas, TX • Houston, TX • Los Angeles, CA • Miami, FL • New York, NY • Philadelphia, PA • San Francisco, CA • San Juan, PR • Washington, DC

  27. Health Center Selection • Open to all health centers in the U.S. and U.S. Territories • Application will be available in Spanish tomorrow • Eligibility section at www.nchcmc.org

  28. Application • Application is a Word document fill-in form • Available in Spanish next week Completing the Application • Use 2010 UDS data • Limit narrative responses • Submit signed letter of support required from board chair

  29. Review Process • Reviewed by external review panel • Panel will recommend up to 25 health centers for participation • Selected health centers will be notified by January 1, 2012

  30. Key Dates • Application Due: November 18, 2011 • Health Centers Notified: January 1, 2012 • Practice Assessments: Beginning January 5, 2012 • Community Meeting: Washington, DC Spring 2012 • Culmination: December 2012 • Continued Support: August 2013

  31. Questions? • To ask a question of the presenters • Click “Raise Hand” button to ask your question to the group or • Click “Chat with Presenters” and type your question to be read to all participants • FAQ section at www.nchcmc.org

  32. Questions? Christine Stewart, Program Manager 202-507-4736 christine@healthhiv.org Brad Ward, Program Manager 202-507-4735 brad@healthhiv.org