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Bi-State's Leadership Development Program

 2017 Leadership Development Program, first session held at Bi-State in Bow, NH

 

Tess Stack Kuenning, President/CEO, congratulates LDP graduate on receiving her Certificate in Community Health Leadership
 
"This is a great program for new leaders and staff placed into positions where they need to learn leadership skills.This program is very practical and applicable - easy to take information back to share with others." 
- LDP Graduate
 

2017 - Leadership Development Program  

Session 1: Affordable Care Act: Leadership - The Future of Community Health

Session 2: Grassroots and Legislative Advocacy

Session 3: Strategic Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities for Emerging Leaders

Session 4: Budgeting for Success in Health Centers

Session 5: Workforce Development: Recruitment & Retention

Session 6: Using Data to Improve Quality

Session 7: Program Day and Graduation at Bi-State’s Primary Care Conference

 

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR

 

Each Community Health Center presents unique challenges and opportunities based on their history, shared mission, service model, and funding streams. Do you know someone working in a Community Health Center who is new to the field or who is in a position to grow in their career? Bi-State's Leadership Development Program is an seven-session educational series designed to provide a solid foundation to individuals working in the field of primary care delivery.

 

The day-long sessions immerse attendees in an experiential learning environment designed to build knowledge and skill. Participants will learn alongside colleagues from other health centers about the historic movement that created Community Health Centers in the United States, the patient-centered model of care, the impact and techniques of successful advocacy, the challenge and opportunities in budgeting and the importance of recruiting and retaining a qualified workforce.

 

With nearly 30 years’ experience in providing technical assistance to Community Health Centers in New Hampshire and Vermont, Bi-State has identified the skills and knowledge required to effectively perform key functions in Community Health Center management.

 

Please contact Stephanie Pagliuca if you would like more information: (603) 228-2830 x 111

 

Bi-State gratefully acknowledges New Hampshire Healthy Families for providing a sponsorship for the 2017 Leadership Development Program.

 


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