HOP Needs Assessments, 2014-2017
Over a three-year time period (2014-2017), HOP is assessing the outreach-related training and technical assistance needs of health centers. The summary reports below include findings and recommendations from year one and year two of the assessment.
Working Better Together: Year Two Assessment of Health Outreach Programs
In October 2015, outreach and enabling staff from health centers across the country participated in online focus groups and addressed topics ranging from current outreach efforts to patient and community engagement to the impacts of the Affordable Care Act. The summary report includes a description of the research methodology, key findings from the focus groups, lessons learned, and next steps.
Working Better Together: 2015 Assessment of Outreach Training and Technical Assistance Needs
In March 2015, Primary Care Association representatives participated in online focus groups and addressed topics ranging from current outreach and enrollment efforts to health center engagement to supporting health centers that serve special populations. The summary report includes a description of the research methodology, key findings from the focus groups, and recommendations.
On July 7, 2015, HOP held a webinar highlighting key findings and recommendations stemming from the 2015 focus groups. Panelists share their thoughts about the implications of the findings and recommendations on how T/TA providers can work together to meet the needs of health centers.