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JSI Highlights Work Supporting U.S. Health Centers
August 25, 2017
Health care centers around the United States are critical to the care of our communities, especially our most vulnerable populations. JSI is proud to partner with various centers around the U.S. and be part of the upcoming NACHC Community Health Institute (CHI) and Expo, August 27-29, in San Diego.
JSI works with community health centers to improve service quality and reach more people, especially in underserved areas, with basic health care. Our staff provide expertise in operational and financial management, needs assessment, strategic planning, operations improvement, board training and development, outreach programs, grant writing, and technology assessment and implementations.
If you are attending the conference, stop by booth #716 to learn more about how JSI supports health centers and positions them for success in providing vital health care services and to discuss the effects of new payment systems and models of care.
And visit our other project-specific booths:
Health Information Technology, Evaluation and Quality Center (Booth T8):
The Health Information Technology, Evaluation and Quality (HITEQ) Center collaborates with Health Resources and Services Administration partners to optimize health centers’ use of electronic health record/health IT systems to collect detailed clinical data that will result in improved health outcomes. HITEQ services include a searchable web-based health IT knowledge-base, workshops and webinars on health IT and quality improvement topics, and technical assistance.
Family Planning National Training Center (Booth T13):
JSI manages the Family Planning National Training Center (FPNTC) in partnership with the World Health Organization Collaborating Center and the National Implementation Research Network at the University of North Carolina. Through this cooperative agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs, the FPNTC strengthens the capacity of family planning personnel to deliver high-quality services while adapting to and thriving in a changing health care environment. The Title X network includes hundreds of community health centers and serves over 4 million medically disenfranchised people seeking family planning services each year.