PRAPARE® Workflow Models

*This training is available to Louisiana FQHCs ONLY.*

Join the Social Drivers of Health (SDOH) team from the National Association of Community Health Centers to understand 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. The target audience for this training includes all levels of Community Health Center staff.
Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the Five Rights Framework as a guide to determine potential workflows to use with PRAPARE®.
  2. Understand the advantages and tradeoffs of various workflows and related staffing models to use with PRAPARE®.
  3. Explore considerations and lessons learned related to PRAPARE® workflows.


Presentation by:

Cloé Destinoble, MPH
Project Manager, Equitable Health and Well-being

Cloé Destinoble, MPH serves as the Project Manager, Equitable Health and Well-Being at the National Association of Community Health Centers.  She currently helps health centers develop and implement data-driven strategies for documenting and addressing patient social risk factors through partnerships and focuses on building health center capacity to collect and act on standardized data on social drivers of health (SDOH). Cloé started her career in healthcare as she served in roles that aimed to optimize provider workflow and increase efficiency.  Cloé then went on to serve as a health promoter by assisting with prevention of disease transmission by communicating audience-appropriate public health content, both in writing (health messaging using technology) and through oral presentations, while applying awareness of cultural values.  Cloé later led projects that allowed her to develop and disseminate appropriate resources, provide continuing education, provide technical assistance and ran programs that support clinical care on the frontline of healthcare for underserved populations.  She has also worked as an HIV peer educator for health departments and contributed as a Biological Scientist in their epidemiology departments.  Cloé graduated from the Department of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Stempel College at Florida International University with a master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Florida Atlantic University.

Lindsey Schnell, MPH
Project Manager, Social Drivers of Health

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 underserved 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.













Do you have any questions about this meeting?  Please contact Magon Jackson, Clinical Quality Manager, at


Jun 27 2024


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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