Health Centers Prepare for the 2016 UDS Report
Community Health Centers submit the Uniform Data System Report Annually
Oct. 28 -- West Lebanon, New Hampshire - An educational program on Preparing the 2016 UDS Report hosted by Bi-State provided essential information and resources to 85 participants from health centers in New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut. The full day training addressed each of the report’s tables and included a discussion of the changes that have been made and the definitions necessary to complete the report. Health center staff responsible for gathering and reporting the data elements, management and clinical staff who need to understand the definitions and concepts used, and those who use the data in their program management and quality improvement activities were in attendance. The training was conducted in collaboration with the Community Health Institute/JSI/NH.
Photo: Trainer Suz Friedrich, MBA, is an expert on the UDS having served as project director for JSI’s contract with the Bureau of Primary Health Care and Indian Health Service to collect, validate and report the UDS from over 1300 federally-funded organizations nationwide since 2003.
Congressional, Gubernatorial Candidates Attend Forum at Bi-State
Bi-State Welcomes Candidates
Bow, New Hampshire -- All the New Hampshire candidates in the 2016 congressional and gubernatorial races were invited to Bi-State's non-public Candidates Forum on Oct. 3. The candidates met with 50 CEOs and senior leaders from the Community Health Centers and nonprofit organizations that support access to health care. New Hampshire's Community Health Centers provide primary and preventive medical, oral and behavioral health care services to more than 110,000 residents through 40 health center locations statewide.
September 2016 - May 2017
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Bi-State Primary Care Association is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that represents New Hampshire and Vermont’s 28 Community Health Centers serving 300,000 patients at 120 locations. Bi-State works to promote access to quality, affordable primary health care with an emphasis on reaching underserved populations. Bi-State Primary Care Association was founded as a 501(c)3 charitable organization in 1986 with offices in Bow, New Hampshire and Montpelier, Vermont.