Public Health and Primary Care Partnerships

Technical Assistance Provider Innovation Network (TAP-In)

The webinar is part of the support being provided to Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) jurisdictions through TAP-in, the HRSA-funded technical assistance provider.

In this online event for EHE jurisdictions, participants learned about the role federally qualified health centers play in the care of people who are uninsured and medically under served, including people with HIV. The National Association of Community Health Centers highlighted the infrastructure within jurisdictions’ local community health centers, and what role NACHC plays at the state and national level, to assist those health centers in improving patient outcomes.

A primary care association presented how they were able to partner with their state health department, to create an HIV TelePrEP model of care. This on-line event showcased how this kind of work can also help health centers address, head-on, the COVID-19 pandemic in their state.

Webinar Sections

Select a timecode to go to a section or access the webinar on YouTube and see the Description to jump to these sections of the video.

Learning Objectives, Agenda & Speakers (0:00)

Purpose of the webinar, the agenda, and speakers.

The 411 About Health Centers Infrastructure, Capacity, and Partnerships (4:02)

Overview of NACHC, the Health Center program, and considerations to take when trying to partner at the local and state level as a Community Health Center or State Primary Care Association.

Case Study: Stop HIV Iowa: A partnership between Iowa Primary Care Association and Iowa Department of Public Health (26:17)

Overview of the impact of HIV in Iowa, the partnership between the Iowa PCA and IDPH, implementation of routine HIV screening in Iowa CHCs.

Q & A (1:00:02)


EHE Jurisdictions and TAP-in TA (1:03:41)

Overview of TAP-in as a resource and TA abilities.

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