Workforce Training & Competency Building

The evolving roles of community health workers (CHWs) require a more extensive, structured approach to existing and ongoing training. Beyond the defined state requirements for CHWs, plans need a curriculum that meets the new requirements defined by population health teams and other stakeholders.

The Importance of Professional Development

Providing structured career development pathways for CHWs can lead to higher job satisfaction and retention of staff.


Path Assist Training Program

The Path Assist program curriculum provides a structured approach for CHW training and care process workflows. Our nationally recognized training programs include management structure recommendations to foster professional growth and CHW careers. In addition, defining operational metrics and tying them directly to HEDIS measures and other member satisfaction data will highlight the impact of CHWs.  

Our training program is ideal for organizations with an existing CHW workforce, or plans to extend a workforce, and who want a structured, measurable, outcomes-driven SDOH care process with technology, tools, and professionals.


Meeting CHW Needs

CHWs provided with consistent and timely professional development opportunities have reported increased morale and performed better than their counterparts. CHWs report needing a supportive team and additional supplementary and ongoing training to enhance their skills. CHWs with supportive supervision, opportunities for professional development, and competitive compensation are more likely to report enhanced motivation, job satisfaction, and they tend to stay longer in their jobs.


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