Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) help health centers use health information technology (IT) and data to improve clinical practices that result in better services for their communities.
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HCCNs use funding to support health centers in leveraging health IT and data to deliver high-quality, culturally competent, equitable, and comprehensive primary health care, with a specific focus on improvements in:
- Clinical quality
- Patient-centered care
- Provider and staff well-being
In June 2023, HRSA awarded approximately $44 million in continuation grant funding to the 49 organizations that received funding in FY 2022 under HRSA-22-009.
This funding is authorized by Section 330(e)(1)(C) of the Public Health Service Act, (42 U.S.C. 254b(e)(1)(C)).
This information can help you develop your NCC progress report.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Progress report development aids
- FY 2023 NCC Progress Report Instructions (PDF - 389 KB)
- FY 2023 NCC EHBs User Guide (PDF - 2 MB)
- EHBs Registration and Help
- FY 2023 NCC TA Webinar
- FY 2023 NCC TA Webinar Slides (PDF - 557 KB)
Attachments and forms
- BPHC TA webpage
- Health Center Program Strategic Partnerships
- HHS Grants Policy Statement (PDF - 1 MB)
- HHS Policy on Promoting Efficient Spending
- Legislative Mandates in Grants Management for FY 2022 (PDF - 245 KB)
- HRSA Data Warehouse
- HRSA Health Center Data and Reporting
- HRSA Uniform Data System (UDS) Resources
- Sign up to receive the weekly HRSA Primary Health Care Digest