For Health Care Professionals
- California Healthcare Best Practices
- January 12, 2023
- Federally Recognized Tribes
- Behavioral Health
The behavioral health section provides resources, on-demand training, and information to support patients with their mental, emotional, and behavioral health needs.
- Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA)
The Indian Health Service (IHS) has developed a set of GPRA performance indicators with annual and long-term goals to measure the progress of the agency in improving the health status of American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN). Visit this section for more information on our Resources page.
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
The following areas will provide you with information on the specifics of HIPAA and how your facility can comply with the requirements of this law.
- Health Promotion Disease Prevention Program
Working with Tribal and Urban healthcare programs, the Health Promotion Disease Prevention Program coordinates services that enhance preventive health approaches. Find Resources and FAQs about the program.
This site has been developed for tribal and urban program health professionals to provide information about vaccine preventable diseases, the benefits of immunizations, the risk of disease verses the benefit of immunizations, and other educational resources and materials.
This nursing section of the website is for advancing and strengthening the role, function and development of the nursing service administration within the California tribal and urban health care delivery settings.
- Office of Information Technology (OIT)
Information on RPMS support, security and miscellaneous IT resources.
- Office of Public Health (OPH)
The Office of Public Health ensures that high quality health services are available for Indian people in California.
- Program Director's Meetings
PowerPoint presentations presented at past Program Director's meetings are available for viewing and download .
- October 13, 2013
- The Walking Revolution, a Documentary Film
Released by Every Body Walk!, this documentary explores how the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other has significant health and environmental benefits.