We leverage the power of top-notch advocacy representation in Washington, DC, to carry out strategies to advance the delivery of modern community health care to the underserved and underrepresented. Our membership evaluation process and criteria are designed to ensure that potential members share our vision and commitment to achieving health equity for all.
In addition, organization membership will take into account a second set of subjective criteria designed to acknowledge the incredible innovations, relationships, and service base that many organizations maintain as standard operation.
The number of HRSA Quality Awards per year for two or more years, excluding Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) or IT awards.
The percentage of patients who receive care from more than one service line (5%, 15%, 25%), based on C4 founding member statistics.
The number of presentations by staff at national meetings or articles published in peer-reviewed journals (2 or more per calendar year).
The percentage of patients with more than one payment arrangement (possibly >10% –
The establishment of routine training programs with universities, colleges, and hospitals in more than one discipline (possibly 5-10 per calendar year).
The percentage of patients receiving services made possible through the use of emerging technology. Examples include E-consults, telemedicine outside the PHE, retinal cameras, and remote patient monitoring (possible threshold of 10-25% of patients).
The percentage of professional and/or C-level leadership staff that meet national health center benchmarks for these demographics based on initiator C4 attestation of REaL/SOGI data.