Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell has announced over $50 million in funding for 75 health centers in 23 states.
The medical innovation package recently passed by the House and Senate includes several measures that will boost and expand services to the medically underserved.
An op-ed published in the Charleston Gazette and a new NACHC podcast highlight how health centers are combating the opioid epidemic,
The number of veterans seeking care at Community Health Centers is growing dramatically. According to new data, the number of health center patients who are veterans grew by 43 percent in less than a decade to 305,000 from 214,000.
Our country has just concluded an historic election – the outcome of which challenges all Americans to work together and solve some of our nation’s hardest problems.
NACHC has signed on to a letter from a coalition of national groups and urged Congress to act swiftly to extend funding for vital safety net programs.
NACHC signed an agreement with the U.S. Army to provide priority hiring status to qualified soldiers who participate in the Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) program.
Learn how federal funding for outreach and enrollment activities has impacted health centers in expansion and non-expansion states and how that funding has helped create new quality programs at health centers.
A multi-year initiative launched by NACHC, BD, and Direct Relief supports the innovative approaches that Community Health Centers undertake to fight chronic disease. Mary’s Center, located in Washington, D.C. was one of ten health centers recognized this year for their work in fighting diabetes.
Authors found that health centers save, on average, $2,371 (or 24%) in total spending per Medicaid patient when compared to other providers.