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GUIDANCE Sliding Coinsurance for CMS/Medicare Care Management Services (2020).
While health centers are required to impose Medicare coinsurance for CMS/Medicare care management services, the coinsurance may be “slid” commensurate with the sliding fee discount program (SFDP) policy of the health center.
Federal anti-kickback statutes and beneficiary inducement prohibitions include exceptions allowing health centers to discount coinsurance for patients who are eligible for the health center’s sliding fee discount program without violating Medicare rules.
Pharmacy and Finance for PrEP (2020).
In this webinar Dr. Rupa Patel discusses pharmacy and financing considerations for initiating and managing PrEP. Dr. Patel, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of the PrEP for HIV Program at the Washington University of Medicine in St. Louis, will explore these topics and provide guidance for health centers providing PrEP to their patients.
How To Get Care at Your Health Center Tool (2015).
To support health centers’ outreach and registration efforts, NCFH has created an educational tool titled How to Get Care at Your Health Center.
With the use of photos, this easy-to-read, 4-page brochure, explains to patients the steps they should follow to access services at the health center and have a good experience during their visit. It guides the reader on making and get ready for an appointment, what to expect during the visit, and how to pay for services.
Financial Responsibility Tool (2017).
This resource is a low-literacy tool for all Migrant & Community Health Centers on your patients' financial responsibility. The tool covers how and what patients should expect to pay as well as an easy-to-understand infographic on the Sliding Fee Scale.
Clinical Performance Measures Educational Tool - Digital Story (2016).
This digital story is a great resource for use by outreach staff to inform the community about the unique features of a Patient Centered Health Home. Through this video, and through the story of Mr. Mendoza, patients learn what they might experience in a health home before, during, and after a visit.
Accessing Care in a CHC (2016).
This easy-to-read, 4-page brochure, explains to patients the steps they should follow to access services at the health center and have a good experience during their visit. It guides the reader on making and get ready for an appointment, what to expect during the visit, and how to pay for services.
This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $6,375,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov.