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FY 2023 HCCN NCC: Sample FY 2022 Project Work Plan Update

Instructions for Completing the FY 2022 HCCN Project Work Plan Update

As part of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN) Non-Competing Continuation (NCC) Progress Report, for the FY 2022 Project Work Plan (PWP) Update, report progress on objective data and activities for the current budget period (August 1, 2022, through July 31, 2023). You will enter and/or revise information in all corresponding fields indicated with asterisks (*). 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.

HRSA Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) will prepopulate the FY 2022 PWP Update with information from your most recently submitted PWP. Ensure that any information you submitted in your most recent PWP is correctly prepopulated in the FY 2022 PWP Update. Contact Health Center Program Support if there are any errors.

Note: You must complete the PWP Update form entirely in EHBs. Do not upload the PWP Update as an attachment. Use this sample PWP Update document for reference only.

Sample FY 2022 HCCN Project Work Plan Update

Objective

Field Sample Response
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, and remote monitoring devices).
Baseline Percentage  60% (Prepopulated from your FY 2022 PWP)
Target Percentage  100% (Prepopulated from your 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.
Current Numerator* 12
Current Denominator  20 (Prepopulated with the total number of PHCs in the Progress Report Table)
Current Percentage 60% (Calculated as follows: Current numerator ÷ Current denominator x 100)
Progress Toward Target  Percentage  0% (Calculated as follows:  (Current Percentage - Baseline Percentage) ÷ (Target Percentage– Baseline Percentage) × 100)
Progress Toward Target Percentage Narrative* In the first six months, we worked with the 8 PHCs that haven’t met the 80% threshold to assess what T/TA support is needed to meet the objective. By July 31, 2023, 5 PHCs will receive in-person trainings and outreach efforts to increase patient awareness of the benefits of using integrated digital tools. These activities are expected to increase the number of PHCs that meet or exceed the 80% threshold. 
Supporting Organization*  ABC PCA Inc. 

Key Factors

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Activities

Field Sample Response
Activity Name Patient Engagement
Activity Description Provide on-site trainings for PHC staff to continuously improve the rates of patient engagement. Trainings will focus on providing effective patient education at every appropriate interaction during a virtual or office visit to highlight the benefits of the use of their patient portals, and remote monitoring devices (e.g., during scheduling, in the exam room, at checkout).
Person/Group Responsible J. Jones, Quality Improvement Team Lead
Start Date August 1, 2022
End Date January 31, 2023
Activity Progress Update* In coordination with ABC PCA, we provided 3 on-site trainings for PHC staff on how to increase patient engagement. Topics included community outreach efforts, patient education on the importance of using digital health tools, and building collaborative relationships between staff and patients to get the maximum benefits from these resources. Each training included interactive activities for providers, which allowed them to practice how they would engage with patients on how to use and maintain their monitoring devices at home, or how easy it is to reach a doctor via the patient portal. 
Anticipated Progress* We anticipate conducting 2 additional onsite trainings before July 31, 2023, and it is our intention that these trainings will lead to 2 more PHCs achieving the threshold by this date.
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