HCCN – Health Center Controlled Network
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The Ohio Association of Community Health Centers was awarded the Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) Grant by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). HCCNs, as described as HRSA are, “networks of health centers working together to improve access to care, enhance quality of care, and achieve cost efficiencies through the provision of management, financial, administrative, technological and clinical support services.” 


You can find more information about HCCN's on HRSA's webpage.


The grant specific to Ohio includes 15 health centers throughout the state of Ohio. The general goals of the grant are:

  1. Support Health Centers in achieving Meaningful Use 

  2. Adopting Technology – Enabled Quality Improvement Strategies

  3. Engaging in a Health Information Exchange 

  4. Strengthen quality of care and patient outcomes

Project Goals & Timeline

Below is a timeline and summary of project goals for the HCCN Program. The project began in August 2016 and will continue into 2019.


View Project Goals 


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Grant Progress

View Project Board 




Ashley Ballard RN, BSN, PCMH CCE
Director of Clinical Quality

Tiffany White BS, MPH

Quality Improvement Coordinator

Avani Desai MSPH
Performance Improvement Specialist


Jessica Schaner RHIA 
Health IT Specialist



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