The Center for Primary Care Informatics now has Expanded Race, Ethnicity and Language Functionalities! 

CHCANYS is excited to announce the expansion of Race, Ethnicity and Language (REaL) features in the Center for Primary Care Informatics (CPCI). Community Health Centers can now take existing raw race, ethnicity, and language data and map/organize these data into custom defined groups. Using custom defined race, ethnicity or language groups in CPCI, health centers can apply filters to clinical quality measures and registries using a health equity lens. Take advantage of this innovative opportunity to examine your health center’s data, analyze disparities, and engage patient populations in their health care.  

Review Azara's Demo of REaL Functionalities in CPCI today and explore these new functionalities in CPCI for your health center.   

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