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Community Health Center Cancer Screening Practices

May 2 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am


The Health Center Screening Practices webinar will discuss the importance of screening for cancer and review cancer screening guidelines and best practices. The webinar will include presentations from Los Angeles County health centers, including South Central Family Health Center and Chinatown Service Center on screening practices and workflows at their respective centers. Resources from the American Cancer Society will also be provided.

As a result of attending this training, attendees will:

  • Receive an overview of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer and the importance of screening patients as well as screening guidelines;
  • Learn about types of screening tests related to colorectal cancer and workflows to improve cancer screening rates;
  • Hear about EHR and Population Health tool processes incorporated in cancer screening workflows;
  • Discuss current challenges health centers face around cancer screening efforts.

Presented by:

Dr. Grace Neuman, Senior Director of Quality Improvement and Chronic Disease Management, South Central Family Health Center

Angela Ching, MPH, Clinic Operations Manager, Chinatown Service Center


Complimentary for CCALAC Members and Affiliates

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Instructor Biographies:

Dr. Grace Neuman, Senior Director of Quality Improvement and Chronic Disease Management, South Central Family Health Center

Dr. Grace Neuman serves as the Senior Director of Quality Improvement (QI) and Chronic Disease Management at South Central Family Health Center in Los Angeles. While also practicing as a clinician, she specializes in treating patients with hypertension, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia. Leveraging her academic background in public health and biostatistics from both UCLA and USC, Dr. Neuman ardently advocates for preventative health measures to mitigate the onset of diseases. Dr. Neuman is deeply committed to integrating technology into healthcare to enhance the quality of care provided. She aims to achieve this by implementing population health management tools, which offer high-resolution insights and visibility into patient care, thereby identifying areas for improvement and addressing care gaps effectively. She is dedicated to standardizing care for all patients. She achieves this through extensive provider training programs aimed at ensuring consistent and high-quality care delivery. During the global pandemic, Dr. Neuman played a pivotal role as the lead clinician of the COVID response team, overseeing crucial testing and vaccination efforts for patients. Her enduring passion and commitment lie in serving low-income and under-resourced communities, recognizing these areas as where the greatest needs exist and where her efforts can have the most significant impact.

Angela Ching, MPH, Clinic Operations Manager, Chinatown Service Center

Angela Ching, MPH is the Clinic Operations Manager at Chinatown Service Center. She started at CSC working as a referral coordinator, then transitioned to Quality Improvement and is now Clinic Manager. She helps oversee the day-to-day operations for front and back office as well as volunteers, outreach, and medical admin. With her volunteers and staff, they work together on finding methods to improve different QI metrics. Angela has completed her master’s degree in health admin/policy at California Baptist University.


May 2
9:00 am - 10:30 am
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