With a proven track record of implementing highly effective programs and positively impacting community health care outcomes, Health Center Partners is a trusted change agent and visionary focused on meeting and exceeding its funders’ philanthropic objectives.
Our progressive and collaborative programs result in improved access to care and quality health outcomes for the patients our members serve.
HEALTH QUALITY PARTNERS PROGRAMS
A subsidiary of Health Center Partners, Health Quality Partners (HQP) helps improve health outcomes by implementing progressive and collaborative programs to support community health centers in caring for the safety-net population. Health Quality Partners' staff implement programs through the successful administration of grant-funded programs. Health Quality Partners' programs improve access to care, health outcomes and operational efficiencies.
COVERED CALIFORNIA NAVIGATOR PROGRAM
Through the Navigator Program, funded by Covered California, Health Center Partners works with five member health centers to provide on-site, walk-in and appointment-based insurance enrollment assistance for individuals and families who qualify for Covered California. The Navigator program also provides support for outreach, education, and post enrollment activities.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE PROGRAM
Established in 2002, the Emergency Preparedness and Response Program supports Health Center Partners member community health centers in San Diego, Riverside and Imperial Counties to prepare for public health emergencies. LEARN MORE HERE
HEALTH CENTER CONTROLLED NETWORK
HCP works to strengthen community health centers in the areas of health IT implementation and meaningful use, data quality and reporting, health information exchange and population health, and quality improvement. Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) are groups of health centers working together to address operational and clinical challenges related to the use of health information technology (HIT). HCCNs support the Federal Health Information Technology Strategic Plan by helping health centers improve access to care, enhance quality of care, and achieve cost efficiencies through the redesign of practices. Approximately 70% of health centers currently participate in a HRSA-funded HCCN. HCCNs provide specialized technical and training assistance (T/TA) to participating health centers to leverage economies of scale, such as group purchasing power, shared resources and training, and data analytics expertise to support quality measurement and improvement, and the ability to share and apply lessons learned across providers.