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PRAPARE® Screening – Integration and Workflow Models

May 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am


Join the Social Drivers of Health (SDOH) team from the National Association of Community Health Centers to explore how utilizing SDOH screening tools such as PRAPARE® can improve patient health outcomes. The session will review various workflow models that can be used to implement the PRAPARE® screening tool to address SDOH. The conversation will include real world examples of what has worked for community health centers and explore the advantages and disadvantages of different workflow models.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how SDOH screening (including PRAPARE®) enables health centers to better understand patient complexity, address social risks, and demonstrate value.
  • Describe the Five Rights Framework as a guide to determine potential workflows to use with PRAPARE.® ​
  • Understand the advantages and tradeoffs of various workflows and related staffing models to use with PRAPARE.®

Presented by Cydnee Parsley, MPH, Deputy Director and Lindsey Schnell, MPH, Project Manager of Social Drivers of Health (SDOH), National Association of Community Health Centers


Complimentary for CCALAC Members and Affiliates

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Instructor Biographies

Cydnee Parsley, MPH

Cydnee Parsley, MPH, serves as the Deputy Director of Social Drivers of Health (SDOH) at the National Association of Community Health Centers. She currently partners with health centers to identify patient-level social needs and to use SDOH data (specifically PRAPARE) to inform upstream community efforts that advance health equity. Cydnee began her career with Special Olympics Florida (SOFL) as a Community Outreach Manager in which she worked with community health centers, healthcare providers, and university partners to implement health and wellness programming for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in the Tampa Bay Area. During her time in this role, she completed a Master of Public Health from the George Washington University, where she focused on health policy and health communications culminating with the completion of a community-based project with Florida Voices for Health, leveraging community storytelling to advocate for Medicaid expansion in the state of Florida.  

Lindsey Schnell, MPH

Lindsey Schnell, MPH is the Project Manager, Social Drivers of Health at the National Association of Community Health Centers supporting health centers in developing and implementing data-driven strategies to assess and address patient-level social needs and structural factors that contribute to health inequities. Lindsey started their public health career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Peru working with the local community to foster healthy habits for families with young children as well as teaching reproductive education and life skills with adolescents. After completing Peace Corps Service, Lindsey became a certified Community Health Worker at a Federally Qualified Health Center supporting migrant and under-resourced communities. Lindsey later joined the Michigan Primary Care Association as the Enabling Services and Operations Specialist and managed the HRSA Navigator grant and provided training and technical assistance for outreach and enrollment health center staff. Lindsey holds an MPH with a focus on Health Management and Socio-Contextual Determinants of Health from Emory University and a BA in International Relations from Michigan State University. 


May 9
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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