The Hypertension Project is an initiative of the Evidence-Based Care Program. The goal of the Hypertension Project is to improve outcomes for health center patients with hypertension through improved blood pressure control. Hypertension affects nearly 1 in 3 US adults and is a major risk factor for heart disease, strokes, kidney failure and diabetes complication. Effective behavioral and medication strategies have been well studied and are highly effective in reducing morbidity and mortality associated with hypertension. The Medical Directors and Chief Medical Officers of our member health centers are implementing shared clinical guidelines for hypertension. Use of these shared guidelines is reinforced through the development and implementation of clinical decision support tools within the electronic health record. In addition, the EBC program shares best practices among health centers, such as workflows, tools and technology support. The EBC program also provides hypertension analytics and reporting, as well as quality improvement support for member health centers.