June 24, 2022
June 24, 2022
Today’s health care organizations face a barrage of increasingly sophisticated cybersecurity threats. That is why OCHIN is advocating for a stronger, more resilient health IT infrastructure with advanced tools and training in rural and underserved communities to support access to care for all patients, even during a crisis.
Community-based providers face challenges in connecting patients to non-medical resources and support. That is why OCHIN is advocating to improve social risk screening and intervention practices through patient-centered technology, workforce development, and national SDOH standards.
The unprecedented challenges of the past two years continue to have a devastating impact on the health care workforce across the U.S. Providers and clinicians are overwhelmed, exhausted, and rapidly exiting the industry. According toRead more
OCHIN participated in a Twitter chat about the 340B Drug Pricing Program (340B) on Tuesday, June 14. During the real-time conversation hosted by National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Health Center Advocacy Network, OCHINRead more
A recent analysis of OCHIN Epic electronic health records (EHR) data* revealed that rates of childhood immunizations and screenings for cervical and colorectal cancer are higher among members in Medicaid expansion states, compared to membersRead more