Updated May 19, 2022 at 2:15 p.m.

Reoccurring Webinar Series

CCTO User Training

Live trainings for CCTO Users are offered with topics including updates and enhancements to the CCTO Tool and common Help Desk issues. A live Q&A is held at the end of each session to give attendees an opportunity to ask questions and request demonstrations of certain CCTO features. The trainings will continue until they are no longer needed.

May 19, 2022 | CCTO Training: Recording and Slides

All About Vaccines: Recording, Slide Deck and Assessment
COVID-19 Vaccines: Recording, Slide Deck and Assessment
Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy: Recording, Slide Deck and Assessment
Contact Tracing Script Readthrough: RecordingSlide Deck, and Link to Contact Tracing Script

Access a full archive of materials for this webinar series here.


CCTO Views Training

Reporting Training for CCTO Administrators: Recording and Slides


NC DHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Webinars

Join the Zoom meeting room on your computer, or dial-in at (646) 558-8656 using webinar ID 131 899 801.

Join State Health Director Dr. Elizabeth Tilson and other leadership from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) for an update on new vaccines, status of distribution (including allocation, provider enrollment, and prioritization), communications resources, and the COVID-19 Vaccine Management System (CVMS). Speakers will respond to questions during a Q&A session.

January 18, 2022 | NC DHHS COVID-19 Response Updates: Recording, Slides and Transcript

Access an archive of materials for this webinar series here.


How to Approach Isolation and Quarantine Challenges within Confinement Facilities

Along with providing a review of CDC Guidelines on Isolation and Quarantine, local correctional professionals will provide real world approaches to daily challenges faced within detention centers in a question-and-answer format. We want to highlight creative solutions that have been implemented despite uncontrollable factors such as limited space and staff.

April 19, 2022: Slides


Becoming a COVID-19 Vaccine Provider: We Need YOU!      

The goal of this training is to inform primary care practices about the CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Program and show how to enroll in North Carolina’s COVID-19 Vaccine Management System (CVMS). CVMS is a secure, cloud-based vaccine management solution for COVID-19 that enables vaccine management and data sharing across providers, hospitals, agencies, and local, state, and federal governments on one common platform.      

Agenda

  • Welcome and What to Expect Today
  • Current Status of Vaccinations in NC
  • CVMS Overview 
  • Provider Enrollment and Onboarding Overview
  • What to Expect Next

May 18th, 2021: Recording and Slides


Archived Webinars


COVID-19 Update for Long Term Care Settings

NC DHHS brought back this webinar for a few sessions in December and January in order to discuss LTC Vaccination and Infection Prevention Best Practices.  NC DHHS has a weekly written briefing on COVID-19 activity related to long-term care settings. 

September 2, 2021: Recording and Slide Deck

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NC DHHS and NC AHEC Guidance for Dental Professionals

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) and NC AHEC hosted webinars offering guidance to dental professionals.

January 6, 2020 | Webinar on COVID-19 Vaccine and Distribution Plan: Recording, Slide Deck and Transcript

Access a full archive of materials for this webinar series here.


NC Medicaid, CCNC, and NC AHEC Health Care Professionals Webinar Series

August 13, 2020: Recording, Slide Deck and Transcript

Featuring subject-matter experts from NC Medicaid, CCNC, and NC AHEC, this webinar series addressed Medicaid policies including new options for telephonic and telehealth delivery of care for Medicaid beneficiaries, provided a one-stop location gathering the latest information from NC DHHS, and delivered practice support coaching to help practices implement new clinical workflows in response to the changing demands of COVID-19.

CCNC and NC AHEC Resources

Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) and NC AHEC are working together to support providers by providing general information on COVID-19 and specific guidelines including coding suggestions for healthcare providers serving Medicaid beneficiaries. Visit our partnership webpage for additional resources.


Friday Office Hours for Providers

December 18, 2020: Recording, Slides and Transcript

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As part of the State’s continuing efforts to ensure providers have the information they need, Dr. Betsey Tilson, State Health Director and Chief Medical Officer, and Dr. Zack Moore, State Epidemiologist, provided brief updates on the State’s COVID-19 response and responded to questions.


AHEC Webinar Series for North Carolina’s Oral Health Workforce

To support oral health professionals in North Carolina as they return to work, these six webinars will provide information on re-opening and operating in the midst of COVID-19. The series is designed to allow just-in-time input from participants and oral health leaders from across the state. Participants may pick and choose any combination of events.

View all previously recorded webinars in the series.


NC DHHS and NC AHEC COVID-19 Testing Overview: Updates on Testing Modalities, Guidance and Resources

Access the recording, slide deck and transcript from June 15, 2020.

NC DHHS and NC AHEC hosted a one-time webinar to lend an overview of COVID-19 testing. Speakers included Sec. Mandy Cohen, Dr. Betsey Tilson, Dr. Shannon Dowler, Dr. Cardra Burns, Scott Shone and Jay Ludlam.


NC DHHS and NC AHEC Weekly Business Forum

Access the recording, slide deck, and transcript from May 20, 2020.

The NC Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Public Health (DPH) and NC AHEC held weekly forums for the NC business community. The forums enabled members of the business community to obtain timely information on COVID-19 and to pose questions directly to public health subject matter experts.


NC AHEC and the Office of Rural Health (ORH) Telehealth Webinar Series

View a flyer for the April 20, 2020 webinar.

The Office of Rural Health (ORH) and NC AHEC co-sponsored a weekly webinar series to address the role of virtual visits in responding to COVID-19. The webinars enabled providers to pose questions directly to telehealth subject matter experts.

Access a full archive of materials for this webinar series here.