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1 Leadership Development Institutes Training Tomorrow’s Health Center Leaders Joe Gallegos, MBA Senior Vice President for Western Operations

2 NACHC VISION – ADMINISTRATIVE WORKFORCE Create a strategy built along a workforce continuum and leverage resources w/in NACHC, PCAs, CHCs university faculties to train tomorrow’s health center leaders (Pipeline—Emerging—Career— Encore) Develop career continuum for administrative and clinical leaders seeking a career in health centers – Community Health Corps, A.T. Still University, CHCs (Pipeline) Provide staff development opportunities for emerging leaders, mid- level managers, and senior executives (Ex. CEO, CFO Boot Camp, CEO Institute, LDIs) (Emerging/Career) Encourage first-generation leaders/senior executives who are retiring and want to remain active in the health center movement (Experienced/Retired CEO Alumni—round tables, faculty, case studies) (Encore)

3 LDI - HUB AND SPOKE MODEL NACHC’s LDI Steering Committee promotes training programs in health center management and leadership to train competent leaders for tomorrows’ health centers Steering Committee meets at: P&I, CHI, S/RPCA Conference, Winter-Leadership Conference NACHC’s LDI Steering Committee consists of a representative from each PCA and university faculty from each affiliated LDI. Staff support provided by NACHC NACHC and George Washington University’s Geiger-Gibson Center on Community Health Policy serve as the “Hub” Leadership Development Institutes (LDIs) serve as “Spokes”

4 HUB AND SPOKE MODEL NACHC and GWU’s Geiger Gibson Center Mass League/ Suffolk University GWU-GG Health Policy Capstone NCCHA / East Carolina Univ UCLA / J&J Health Care Exec Program Greater Midwest PCAs / Univ of Kansas Blue Shield of CA Foundation / UCSF NWRPCA/ CHAMPS Comm Health Leadership Inst.

5 ROLE OF NACHC AS THE “HUB” Steering Committee (Hub) convenes, advises--- recommends model curricula, promotes development of core competency standards, share best practices and promote collaboration among LDIs Develop strategies for long-term sustainability (promote/market, student scholarships) Conduct research on contemporary case studies related to CHC management/operations to promote & enhance student training and problem solving skills Spokes (LDIs) are “collaborative” and “interactive”; yet “autonomous” in relation to Hub

6 ROLE OF NACHC AS THE HUB Work with PCAs and LDIs to market, promote and expand capacity of existing LDIs to offer additional cohorts of classes to meet need First-generation leaders are retiring and CHC growth is demanding more CHC leaders (collectively, leaders trained per year) Provide T/A to PCAs/universities/stakeholders in developing new training programs designed for health center leaders (RCHN Foundation) Assist in promotion/marketing through NACHC’s website, NACHC Conferences, LDI brochures, featured articles in NACHC’s Community Health Forum magazine and at S/RPCA conferences

7 ROLE OF NACHC AS THE HUB T/A in long-term strategies for sustainability of LDIs through loan repayment, scholarships, contract for service arrangements between students and CHC sites Seek funding from private philanthropic foundations, corporations and federal agencies Quantify the need/demand for senior leaders needed in the next five years Develop partnerships with other federal agencies and other entities interested in workforce innovation (DOL, Commerce, AmeriCorps)

8 HUB AND SPOKE MODEL NACHC and GWU’s Geiger Gibson Center Mass League/ Suffolk University GWU-GG Health Policy Capstone NCCHA / East Carolina Univ UCLA / J&J Health Care Exec Program Greater Midwest PCAs / Univ of Kansas Blue Shield of CA Foundation/ UCSF NWRPCA/ CHAMPS Comm Health Leadership Inst

9 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES – OUR PARTNERS Greater Midwest PCAs (Regions 5 & 7) and University of Kansas – Community Health Center Executive Fellowship Blue Shield of California Foundation and University of California/San Francisco – California Clinic Leadership Institute (CA residents only) North Carolina Community Health Center Association and East Carolina University – Certificate in Community Health Center Administration University of California/Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson School of Management/Johnson an Johnson - Health Care Executive Program

10 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES – OUR PARTNERS Massachusetts League of CHCs and Suffolk University- Certificate in Community Health and Community Health Center Management Northwest Regional Primary Care Association and Community Health Association of Mountain/Plain States (CHAMPS) – Community Health Leadership Institute The George Washington University – Geiger Gibson Capstone Program in Health Policy and Leadership

11 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES – CURRENT LOCATIONS

12 FUTURE ROLE FOR NACHC AS THE HUB Establish peer networks of LDI alumni to solicit feedback from students who have completed LDI training programs Develop and establish a process that facilitates knowledge transfer from experienced/retired CHC/PCA leaders to emerging leaders (Inter- generational knowledge transfer) In conjunction with PCAs, develop initiatives which will lead to CHCs creation of leadership succession management and planning.

13 NACHC CONTACT Joe Gallegos, MBA Senior Vice President for Western Operations 4206 Louisiana NE Albuquerque, NM


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