Anne Markus and CHAMPS Study Team Published in Pediatrics

Associate Professor Anne Markus and the rest of the Community Healthcare for Asthma Management and Prevention of Symptoms (CHAMPS) study team published the first in a series of articles on the results from a multi-site, multi-year evaluation of evidence-based childhood asthma interventions implemented in Community Health Centers.

New Report Forecasts Major Shortfall in Community Health Center Revenues if Congress Repeals Medicaid Expansion, Reduces Marketplace Subsidies and Fails to Renew Health Centers Fund

Health centers could be significantly impacted by changes in funding to federal programs that provide health care for low-income and medically underserved people, new research shows.

New Report Forecasts Major Shortfall in Community Health Center Revenues

Researchers at the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative authored, “Projected Financial Losses Experienced by Community Health Centers under a Scenario of Major Cuts in Key Sources of Federal Funding: 2018-2022.” The policy brief simulates the impact of potential major changes in federal funding on community health centers and assess the financial burden other state and federal programs would have to assume to help centers maintain services at their current capacity.

Geiger Gibson Program Recognizes 15 Emerging Leaders at the National Association of Community Health Centers Policy and Issues Forum

Each year, the Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy at the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health (Milken Institute SPH) honors young professionals currently working in the field of community health. Community health centers and primary care associations nominate dedicated young public health professionals who exemplify the mission and vision of Drs. H.

With Health Insurance at Risk for Millions of Patients, Community Health Centers Face Staff Cut-Backs, Service Reductions, and Shut-Downs

One in 4 health centers nationwide reports that health care capacity could drop by at least 5000 patients.