NACHC Alerts


Kick Off 2017 Open Enrollment with “Hard-to-Reach Populations” Enrollment Webinar

The webinar will feature representatives from three national organizations of traditionally hard-to-reach populations, including: Latino children in rural areas, people with disabilities, and homeless populations.

View the October National and State/Regional PCA Trainings Summary

Learn about current and upcoming educational offerings, including regional and online trainings, publications, and resources relevant to the needs of health centers.


Now Available: Health Center Salary & Benefits Report 2016-2017

The study is the single most comprehensive source of information on the salary and benefits practices of community-based health centers nationwide.


New at MyNACHC: Health Information Exchange (HIE) Issue Brief

The issue brief looks at the different types of HIEs and the challenges and barriers associated with each.


New Outreach and Enrollment Case Study Now Available on MyNACHC

The Impact of Insurance Enrollment on Community Health Centers is the second of two NACHC case studies that examine the impact of federal funding on FQHC outreach and enrollment.



NACHC Podcast: Creating a Culture of Enrollment, A Tale of Two Health Centers

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.


NACHC Podcast: Building Healthy Communities Through Innovation in Diabetes Care

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.


Landmark Study Confirms Medicaid Cost-Savings at Health Centers; Total Cost of Care for Health Center Patients was 24% Lower

Authors found that health centers save, on average, $2,371 (or 24%) in total spending per Medicaid patient when compared to other providers.