Instructions for Completing the FY 2023 HCCN Project Work Plan
As part of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN) Non-Competing Continuation (NCC) Progress Report, the FY 2023 Project Work Plan (PWP) outlines your activities that will support the attainment of your objective targets for the upcoming 12-month budget period (August 1, 2023, through July 31, 2024).
You will update all corresponding fields indicated with asterisks (*) as needed. Refer to the FY 2023 HCCN NCC progress report instructions on the HCCN technical assistance webpage for detailed guidance on how to complete the required editable fields.
Note: You must complete the PWP form entirely in HRSA Electronic Handbooks (EHBs). Do not upload the PWP as an attachment. Use this sample PWP document for reference only.
Sample FY 2023 HCCN Project Work Plan
|Objective Title||Objective 1: Patient Engagement|
|Objective Description||Increase the percentage of PHCs that support patients and families’ participation in their health care through expanded use of integrated digital health tools (e.g., electronic messages sent through patient portals to providers, telehealth visits, remote monitoring devices).|
|Baseline Percentage||60% (Prepopulated from FY 2022 PWP)|
|Baseline Data Source||PHC patient engagement data, which includes: patient portal data, telehealth provider consultation data, and remote monitoring device data. Remote monitoring devices used include: blood pressure cuffs, pulse oximeters, and glucometers.|
|Target Percentage||100% (Prepopulated from FY 2022 PWP)|
|Current Percentage||60% (Prepopulated from FY 2022 PWP Update)|
|Progress Toward Target Percentage||0% (Prepopulated from FY 2022 PWP Update)|
|Organization name*||Johnson Healthy Communities, Inc.|
|Key Factor Type*||Contributing|
|Description*||Availability of best practices from the highest performing PHCs in our network.|
|Key Factor Type*||Restricting|
|Description*||Despite the availability of translation services, patients with limited English proficiency may be slow to adopt or use digital health tools because most remote monitoring device displays are in English.|
Propose 2 – 4 activities for each objective.
|Activity Name*||Integrated Digital Health Tool Adoption Strategy|
Using the best practices from PHCs that have high digital health tool adoption rates, we will create a training focused on developing a digital health tool adoption strategy. The intended audience for this training will be PHCs that have not met the 80% adoption rate. We will work with the PHCs on how to identify and address barriers that may limit patient adoption of integrated health tools. PHCs will identify both short-term (3 months) and long-term (12 months) strategies they will adopt.
In 2024, we will track the adoption rate of their strategies. If data is available, we’ll provide technical assistance on how to analyze if the PHC’s short-term efforts resulted in an increased adoption, and we will provide alternative strategies that may be utilized to build upon any progress achieved.
Johnson Healthy Communities, Inc, will support training by working with PHCs to identify actionable short-term strategies that are measurable and tailored to meet the needs of their patient population.
|Person/Group Responsible*||J. Jones, Quality Improvement Team Lead|
|Targeted Start Date*||August 1, 2023|
|Targeted End Date*||July 31, 2024|