Purpose and Background

Welcome to the application for the Chlamydia Screening Learning Collaborative (CTLC).

Application Submission:
  • Applications must be submitted by a Title X grantee in partnership with one service site.
  • Applications must be submitted through this online form. A PDF of the application is available for download on fpntc.org to help grantees prepare a response in collaboration with the service site.
  • The application deadline is May 5, 2017 at 11:59pm ET.
Instructions:
Please read the application Purpose and Background, Learning Collaborative Structure, and CTLC Team overview sections carefully before completing the form. You may exit the application and continue at any time before submitting.

Questions?
Please email fpntc@jsi.com. The FPNTC expects to notify all applicants by May 11, 2017.
The Chlamydia Screening Learning Collaborative (CTLC):

The FPNTC provides support to build the capacity of Title X-funded agencies to measure, monitor, and improve the quality and efficiency of their services. Through this learning collaborative, the FPNTC will support Title X grantees and service sites to improve chlamydia screening. To measure performance, teams will use the HEDIS chlamydia screening measure developed by the National Committee for Quality Assurance:

The percentage of women 16‐24 years of age who were identified as sexually active and who had at least one test for chlamydia during the measurement year.
The primary goals of the CTLC are to:
  • Support grantees to achieve their chlamydia screening performance goal;
  • Increase grantees' and service sites' staff capacity to conduct quality improvement QI; and
  • Increase grantees' abilities to operationalize best practices in their networks.

Specifically, CTLC participants will:
  • Hear from experts in the field about best practices for chlamydia screening;
  • Share improvement strategies, challenges, and successes with Title X peers;
  • Collect and use performance measurement data for QI; and
  • Have the opportunity to receive one-on-one support from FPNTC technical assistance providers.
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