NC AHEC has partnered with the DHHS Division of Public Health, the Office of Rural Health, NC Medicaid, and Community Care of North Carolina to offer web conferences and other resources to provide new updates on COVID-19 for healthcare providers. Please refer to the following link to view connection information for each of these webinars.
In addition, please refer to the following resource link:
The NC AHEC Program provides and supports educational activities and services with a focus on primary care in rural communities and those with less access to resources to recruit, train, and retain the workforce needed to create a healthy North Carolina.
Wake AHEC is one of nine centers in the NC AHEC Program and serves Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Lee, Person, Vance, Wake and Warren counties.
Learn more and register for monthly evening webinar series to help prepare providers, practice managers, and quality managers for Medicaid Managed Care going live on July 1, 2021.Learn More
Learn more and register for a Managed Care webinar series on the Advanced Medical Home (AMH) which will provide Medicaid primary care practice staff and clinicians with more information on North Carolina’s AMH model in preparation for Medicaid Managed Care.Learn More
According to the CDC, about 700 women die from pregnancy-related complications each year in the US. They estimate about 3 in 5 of those deaths could be prevented.*
This two-day Symposium will provide evidence-based information and best-practice solutions related to clinical and social issues contributing to this healthcare crisis.Register
Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Office of Continuing Professional Education, in partnership with the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy, provided the continuing pharmacy education series: COVID-19 Vaccination in North Carolina Webinars – Part 1 & Part 2 in January 2021. These webinars were recorded and are now available to view for home study ACPE CPE credit.Go to the Campbell Website
The North Carolina Health Education Centers (NC AHEC) Program has partnered with the North Carolina Health Information Exchange Authority (NC HIEA) to deliver virtual and on-site training programs to educate providers about the features available in NC HealthConnex, the state-designated health information exchange.Learn More Request Training
Wake AHEC offers online learning through live webinars and also through recorded webinars which allow you to learn from your home or office and at a time convenient for you.Find an Online Program