RIHCA works continually with health center executive directors and clinical leadership to identify targeted trainings and technical assistance to build health center capacity in operational and clinical areas. See below for upcoming events, training/technical assistance offerings and other learning opportunities.

Upcoming Training and Learning Opportunities for Federally Qualified Health Center Staff


Join us for a series of virtual training opportunities specifically designed for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)

Target Audience: FQHC CFOs and finance leadership, supervisors, office managers, front desk and registration staff, coding and billing, claims and collections staff, providers, quality and compliance.

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Partner Offerings

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The RI Health Professional Loan Repayment Application Period is Now Open Through 2/10/23.

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NEED ASSISTANCE WITH YOUR APPLICATION?
Join one of the technical assistance sessions listed below. There is no registration required - simply click below to join!

January 11th - 8:00am
January 25th - 1:00pm

Postpartum Support International (PSI) training events to be presented in Providence, RI

INFORMATION & REGISTRATION
September 13-14 Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care
September 15 Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy Training

This course, taught by expert and engaging faculty, uses a thorough, evidence-based curriculum designed for psychiatrists, nurses, physicians, social workers, mental health providers, childbirth professionals, social support providers, and anyone interested in building skills for assessment and treatment of perinatal mood disorders. Your registration includes training manual, handouts, and certification of continuing education credits.

PSI's Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy Training is an evidence-based curriculum designed for mental health and psychotherapy providers who have previously completed at least fourteen hours of perinatal mental health training. This advanced training covers differential diagnosis, evidence-based psychotherapeutic approaches, and advanced therapeutic issues. It combines expert presentation with case studies, group discussion, and practical examples of treatment approaches. This course or an equivalent six-hour advanced training course is a pre-requisite for the Perinatal Mental Health Certification, in the mental health/psychotherapy specialty. Registration includes training binder and continuing education credits.

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Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care
Advanced Perinatal Maternal Health Psychotherapy



Are you interested in learning about opportunities to improve access and coverage to community-based support for individuals enrolled in Medicaid?

Are you a Medicaid stakeholder who is looking for a plan to translate your knowledge about community-based doulas and perinatal community health worker support into action?

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Recent Trainings & Event Resources

This one-hour training was held 12/14/2022

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This training took place as a two-part series.

Click HERE to view session one

Click HERE to view session two

Facilitated by Linn Freedman, Esq of Robinson & Cole, RIHCA hosted this table-top exercise on September 13, 2022.

This exercise walked incident response and leadership teams through all the steps that happen from the moment a security incident is discovered, through testing your incident response and mitigation efforts.

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The Rhode Island Health Center Association and Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island recently hosted a virtual forum, Advancing Birth Equity in Rhode Island. The virtual forum was designed to be a discussion where attendees learned about the efforts and obstacles to improving birth equity, ensuring pregnant people’s access to birthing professional doulas, and reducing birth-related trauma in Rhode Island.

RI Medicaid Provider Enrollment and Billing for Doula Services Presentation

Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island and Rhode Island Health Center Association 2022 Advancing Birth Equity in RI policy brief

Facilitated by Martin Bree, RIHCA hosted a four-hour training on the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) on 04/22/2022.

Click HERE to view the recorded training.

Click HERE for the PowerPoint Presentation.

Intended to give provide information to better understand the Centers for Medicare Services Standards in relation to Emergency Preparedness/Management, this training took place virtually on March 17, 2022.

Click HERE to access training materials

Click HERE to view the recorded training

Cancer Screening in Rhode Island
Virtual Summit (June 25, 2021)

The Rhode Island Health Center Association, in collaboration with the Rhode Island Department of Health and the American Cancer Society, offered a virtual event focused on current cancer screening in Rhode Island. CME/CE credits are available through for Nursing through 10/19/23 and Physicians through 10/6/22. See below for more information.

Click HERE for more information about the summit and CME opportunities.

Click HERE to access the recorded webinar

Click HERE to access the post-program evaluation