Community health centers are organizations developed to offer affordable health care services to individuals who typically experience barriers to receiving health care, such as cost, lack of insurance, geographic location, and language.
To better understand behavioral health workforce factors and service delivery within Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics, this mixed methods study helps inform policy makers and discusses future practice recommendations.
This article explores perceptions of CEOs of community health centers (CHCs) with a variety of staff configurations, and identifies a typology of factors they consider when deciding how to staff their centers.
This report helps to understand how community health centers' implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) has changed staffing models, staff roles, and workflow, and the mechanisms by which EHRs influence staff productivity and coordination between providers and quality of care.
This report explores the development of a new evidence-based health workforce innovation research framework and applies the model to compare health workforce innovations at community health centers and other ambulatory care settings.