FQHC


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FQHC

(Federally Qualified Health Center) See healthcare IT.
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As a FQHC, Mary's Center administers vaccines to children who are eligible for the VFC program at all of their sites throughout DC and Maryland.
Community health centers, often referred to as FQHCs, are federally funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
The author's interest in pediatric and community health was piqued by the opportunity to establish a school clinic that would be a satellite location of a FQHC. Previous doctoral and nurse practitioner education did not provide a system perspective on business acumen, space design, or effective billing and reimbursement.
Our project involved collaboration between an academic medical center and a large urban FQHC. FQHCs are independent, nonprofit organizations that serve low-income populations.
It became apparent early on, says Perryman, that LifeSpring would be maintaining a long-term presence in the community with the FQHC.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 11, 2018-Equitas Health awarded US HHS' FQHC Look-Alike designation
M2 PHARMA-January 11, 2018-Equitas Health awarded US HHS' FQHC Look-Alike designation
(2) Federally qualified health center (FQHC) sites offering contraceptive care, hospital sites and others would have to increase their capacity by more than half (see chart 1).
For example, in Louisiana, Dilks cites a nurse practitioner in family practice who established a federally qualified health center (FQHC) that provides psychiatric, dental and medical health services in the same location.
As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), we provide primary medical, dental, and prescription services to patients who may have nowhere else to go.