Office of Healthy Communities, Washington Dept. of Health
Audience: 500 community health workers, advocates, case managers per year
Training requirements: core skills, behavioral health, asthma, custom curriculum
Washington’s Office of Healthy Communities uses e-learning to train up to 500 CHWs a year. This health department's learner-focused efforts have enabled it to establish a state-wide presence in a short timeframe, which nurturing incredibly strong relationships with participants and partners ... more >
Susan G. Komen Columbus
Audience: patient navigators
Training requirements: navigating health insurance, health literacy, health coaching and motivational interviewing
Susan G. Komen Columbus in Ohio provides training for community-based or clinical patient navigators interested in increasing their patient needs assessment skills and learning about resources to help support patients through the continuum of care.
Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health, Care Coordination
Audience: 50 patient navigators and community health workers annually
Training requirements: navigating health insurance, health literacy, curriculum development
The Care Coordination program at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health offers online training in core and health-based skills to participating agencies throughout the year. Those skills are supplemented through modules on health insurance and health literacy.
AHEC of Southeastern Massachusetts
Audience: health care professionals, internal staff
Training requirements: custom curriculum, HIPAA compliance, sexual harassment
AHEC of Southeastern Massachusetts needed an innovative way to deliver education to learners. The brief was two-fold: one, to develop a flexible, trackable, interactive online learning platform and two, to create courses which AHEC could offer to a wider audience .
Audience: nurses, health workers, administrators
Training requirements: self-guided health coaching and motivational interviewing
Architrave Health is an Oregon-based health institution that manages the health care of Douglas County residents enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan. A team of nurses and health practitioners needed training in health coaching and motivational interviewing.