Exploring the Cost-Benefit of Supporting HCV Programming at Community Health Centers

Mar 06, 2019  02:00 PM  EST

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) disproportionately affects communities and populations served by Community Health Centers (CHCs). Health centers are uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive health services including HCV testing, linkage to care and treatment. The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium, in partnership with the Iowa Primary Care Association (PCA), hosted a learning collaborative of Iowa health centers interested in exploring the cost-benefit of supporting HCV programming at CHCs. This learning collaborative provided health center participants with tools and resources to evaluate current and potential enhanced services.

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Cohort 1: Winter of 2017-2018

  • Community Health Center Fort Dodge Iowa

  • Peoples Clinic Iowa

  • Crescent Community Health Center Iowa

  • Ravenswood Family Health Center California

Speakers: Christine Simon, Dr. Michael Halpern, Julie Baker

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