Important Survey for Community Health Workers: Deadline November 19th

Posted November 2, 2021

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Calling all Community Health Workers and Promotores:

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The California Health Care Foundation, in partnership with UCSF, is conducting a survey of Community Health Workers/Promotores in California.

Across California, community health workers and promotores de salud (CHW/Ps) are indispensable to the communities they serve and are becoming essential members of the health care team. In light of policy shifts happening in California for this workforce, it is important to understand the perspectives of CHW/Ps.

Phone screen displaying sample UCSF SurveyPlease take this survey here by November 19th if you are a CHW/P.

This research is being conducted by Healthforce Center at UCSF.  Please read full information about the survey in English by clicking here and here. Or, read full information about the survey in Spanish by clicking here and here.

If you have questions about the survey, please email Jacqueline Miller at jacqueline.miller@ucsf.edu.

About the Community Health Workers & Promotores in the Future of Medi-Cal Project:

To advance the community health worker and promotor (CHW/P) workforce in California, the California Health Care Foundation partnered with In-Sight Associates, the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS), Health Management Associates (HMA), and local and national stakeholders to launch a Community Health Workers & Promotores in the Future of Medi-Cal project in October of 2020.

Working within the context of the California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) initiative, this one-year project has generated the Advancing Community Health Worker & Promotor Workforce in the Future of Medi-Cal Resource Center and accompanying in-depth Resource Guide. Both resources provide practical information to help MCPs consider the activities involved to effectively integrate community health workers and promotores into their health care services and programs.

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