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National Surveys of Federal Qualified Health Centers Surveys

These surveys look at quality in federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), also known as community health centers, which provide comprehensive primary care, behavioral health services, and dental care to all patients regardless of their ability to pay or health insurance status.

Featured In This Series: The Adoption and Use of Health Information Technology by Community Health Centers, 2009–2013

Medicaid expansion and care delivery at Community Health Centers
Advancing Health Equity

The Role of Medicaid Expansion in Care Delivery at Community Health Centers

Community health centers in states that have expanded eligibility for Medicaid are more financially stable, more able to provide behavioral health care and social services, and more likely to reward good-quality care through innovative payment policies, compared to community health centers in states that have not expanded Medicaid, a new Commonwealth Fund report finds.

Issue Briefs / Apr 04, 2019

Improving Health Care Quality

Enhancing the Capacity of Community Health Centers to Achieve High Performance: Findings from the 2009 Commonwealth Fund National Survey of Federally Qualified Health Centers

Community health centers that are closely affiliated with hospitals have fewer difficulties getting their patients appointments for specialty procedures like X-rays, diagnostic tests, and visits with specialist physicians, according to this Commonwealth Fund survey of community health centers.

Fund Reports / May 27, 2010