Shared Promising Practices
The HCCN encourages participating health centers to share effective internal processes and promising practices with other health centers in the network. Links to promising practices submitted by member health centers follow. The HCCN Project Team created a template that can be used to document internal processes. Click here to download the Connections Process Sharing template. To share a promising practice and add a link to it on this page, email the document to Terri Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many organizations publish best/promising practices and clinical guidelines, however, most organizations have a single focus. For instance, the American Cancer Society (ACS) is a great resource for cancer-related guidance, but not so useful for information about other topics. An organization that provides guidelines for multiple topics is the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. USPSTF is an independent, volunteer panel of national experts in prevention and evidence-based medicine convened by AHRQ. Links to best practices and guidelines from USPSTF and other organizations follow.
|Connections Shared Promising Practices||National Guidelines|
|Cervical Cancer Screening|
|Shawnee County Health Agency||Sep 2015||ACS Guidelines for Early Detection||Oct 2015|
|UMMAM||Sep 2015||UpToDate Guidelines|
|Colorectal Cancer Screening|
|Salina Family Healthcare Center||Sep 2015||ACS Guidelines for Early Detection||Oct 2015|
|Shawnee County Health Agency||Sep 2015||AHRQ Guideline Clearinghouse||2013|
|Heart of Kansas Family Health Care||July 2015||USPSTF Guidelines|
|Health Ministries Clinic||Sep 2015||AACE/ACE Clinical Practice Guidelines||April 2015|
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