Community Health Center Impact Study
This report summarizes the economic benefits Indiana’s Community Health Centers (CHCs) provide the state and their communities. During the past decade, the number of CHCs in Indiana has grown dramatically increasing from 81 sites in 2009 to 286 by the end of 2019. Indiana’s CHCs provide high-quality, comprehensive primary health care with a particular focus on
serving vulnerable populations. CHCs provide communities access to primary care, behavioral health, chronic disease management, preventive care, as well as other specialties, enabling, and ancillary services such as radiology, laboratory, dental, transportation, translation, and social services.
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