In order to support the provision of high quality patient care, HRSA-funded health centers are expected to have ongoing quality improvement/assessment programs that include clinical services and quality management. Quality improvement is an important way to improve care for patients. The Clinical Affairs department is committed to supporting its members in the development and implementation of their quality improvement programs and plans.



Hot Topics, Training & News

  • CPCA's second Integrated Care Summit will focus specifically on the integration of behavioral health & oral health, providing CCHC leadership with opportunities, ideas, and resources to improve the integration of these critical components of patient care. This unique training opportunity will provide participants with an entire day of learning through engaging workshops and in-service trainings.

  • Improving Outcomes in Colorectal Cancer was a 3-part webinar series facilitated in partnership with the American Cancer Society. The series focused on improving outcomes for colorectal cancer and took place online via WebEx on March 17, April 7, and May 19. 

Toolkits & Resources

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Health Center Promising Practices

  • Coming soon!

CPCA Staff Contacts

If you have any questions, or need more information regarding quality planning please contact: Meghan Nousaine, Assistant Director of Health Center Operations, at mnousaine@cpca.org

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