Educational and Training Assistance
The Alabama Primary Health Care Association provides a range of resources, trainings, technical assistance, and partnership links to assist health center and FQHC Look-Alikes in meeting operational, regulatory, and clinical, and business needs. The education and training resources available in this section will assist many health centers that face day-to-day challenges while providing services to their patients and communities they serve with the latest information available. For more information email email@example.com.
Alabama Primary Health Care Association regularly monitors policy and legislation that can affect Community Health Centers and other methods of primary care to Alabama’s underserved population. APHCA’s role in policy is to create relationships with policymakers and provide them with the knowledge necessary to develop policies that will improve quality and access to care to Alabamians. APHCA’s network of health center advocates are kept up-to-date on state and federal issues through different tools used to help inform members of changes in issues impacting Health Centers.