Health centers supporting underserved communities are facing greater challenges than ever in building and retaining their workforce during COVID-19. Learn the effective management strategies and emerging best practices necessary to not only support your workforce but maximize its effectiveness to improve health outcomes in the Workforce Track at our Virtual Conference on Sept. 14-18.
In addition to a Bureau of Health Workforce update, our Workforce Track will offer six in-depth workforce trainings, including:
- How to decrease physician burden and burnout in FQHCs with team-based care
- Building robust partnerships with health centers, universities, and hospitals to reduce workforce shortages and improve health outcomes
- Strategies for managing a culturally diverse, intergenerational nursing workforce
- An in-depth look at chief workforce officers (CWO) and our new CWO toolkit
- Supporting and enhancing Community Health Worker initiatives in primary care
- And a special session on building a strong workforce with the STAR2 Center
Our Workforce track is only one of three that you’ll find at our CME-accredited symposium on improving health care for underserved populations. Don’t miss our 20 workshops and general sessions—including a keynote address from Dr. Gary Puckrein, President and CEO of the National Minority Quality Forum.