KHC Clinic Assistance Program

Urgent Technical Assistance
KHC Quality Improvement Advisors (QIAs) provide urgent, onsite or virtual visits to small or rural clinics who demonstrate a need for immediate assistance. KHC staff will help educate and empower the clinic staff by assessing the immediate needs for education, training, and resources so that the clinic may sustain operations until which time the new leader can join a Clinic Leader Lunch and Learn Bootcamp Cohort.

Clinic Leader Lunch and Learn Bootcamp Cohorts
KHC and partner organizations will facilitate educational cohorts for new clinic leaders or current leaders who wish to increase their knowledge and network with other Kansas leaders.  Session will cover topics such as CMS QPP, Quality 101, RHC Basics, Credentialing and Licensure, Loss Prevention Coverage and Claims, AR Benchmarking and Reporting, Provider Recruitment, HIT and Important Resources for Clinics.

Quality Improvement Mini-Grants
Participants in the Lunch and Learn Bootcamp will be eligible to apply  for mini-grants to support innovative projects such as Population Health Technology, Patient Self-Monitoring for Chronic Disease (Heart Failure and High BP), MAT Waiver Training for Providers, Community Health Worker, Chronic Care Management, Suicide Prevention, Diabetes Management, Care Transitions including use of HIE/KHIN, Substance Abuse Disorder Overdose Prevention and pandemic response. Allowable Expenses may include but are not limited to Training, Staff Time, Supplies and Materials, Medical Equipment including DME for Self-Monitoring and software/IT.

For more information, contact your KHC Quality Improvement Advisor or:
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(785) 235-0763

→ Download Clinic Assistance Program flyer (PDF)