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Health care providers, community-based organizations, public and private sector entities are all at risk of cyberattacks such as malware, spyware, phishing attacks, ransomware attacks, and more. Smart phones, tablets, computers, and other connected devices make our lives much more convenient, but they can also be portals for cyberattacks. By having strong IT systems and protocols in place, cyber related threats can be minimized or eliminated. IT Connect Consulting Services will review cybersecurity best practices that everyone on your health center team can use at work and at home to ensure that your organization’s secure from outside cyber threats.

June 2, 2022
Thursday 11:00am - 12:00pm PST
  • ​How end users such as administrative staff, health care providers, and IT technology staff can play an active role enhancing cyber safety and resiliency.

  • Learn easy tactics to stop malware/ransomware attacks from even starting

  • Understand how hackers think so you can better outsmart them

  • How to develop a cybersecurity checklist to better protect you before and after a breach


The adoption of telehealth and remote patient monitoring devices skyrocketed during the pandemic and is advancing the way health centers care for and monitor patients with chronic conditions. While adoption of these tools started off as finding a way to keep track of patient's health when they are not physically in the clinic, health centers are now looking at new ways to develop programming and services dedicated to improving clinical quality measures. 

Corie Nieto, Director of Telehealth Services at Nevada Health Centers will discuss key implications for developing, implementing, and sustaining home monitoring programs for patients with chronic conditions. IT, operations, and clinical decision making staff are encouraged to join.

June 15, 2022
Wednesday 10:00am - 11:00am PST
  • Demonstrate the understanding of what RPM is and the difference between true RPM and home patient monitoring

  • Identify best practices on organizing technical support for home patient monitoring programs

  • Identify best practices on selecting & enrolling patients who should participate in home patient monitoring programs

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Conference Pricing: $850 per registrant
If you are eligible and agree to the scholarship registration terms, and would like financial support for registration ($850), please apply for a scholarship, eligibility requirements and application are

The California Primary Care Association, the Western Clinicians Network, and Nevada Primary Care Association bring you the Region IX Clinical Excellence Conference.


This multi-day conference brings together healthcare leaders from across the region to focus on health center clinical and management teams with the goal of improving overall efficiency and effectiveness in care delivery.

Who Should Attend:

Clinicians, Chief Medical Officers, Medical Directors, Dental Directors, Executive Directors, State and Regional Primary Care partners, Board Members, and other management positions involved with community or migrant health centers. Region IX members (Arizona, California, Nevada, Hawai'i, and the Pacific Islands) will be in attendance, but this clinical conference welcomes attendees from across the country! 


NVCC Cultural Competency
Part 1 - June 22
Part 2 - June 29 


Active Shooter, Active Threat and Behavioral Threat Assessment
August 2

This page was updated on 5.24.22

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