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Payment Innovation and Health Center Dental Programs: Case Studies from Three States (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: As dental care reimbursement follows the trends of healthcare overall towards value-based payment reimbursement, lessons from pioneers in dental payment innovation will inform effective health center strategies that will both strengthen the dental safety network and improve the oral health of the communities they serve. This document outlines interviews from organizations in three states on how health center dental programs are adapting clinical care systems under payment innovation incentives. More Details...

Modules on Board Financial Oversight (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: The Modules on Board Financial Oversight were produced by NACHC and feature subject matter experts from BKD. This five-part series addresses the board’s role in financial oversight, how to read key financial statements, and highlights some key financial performance indicators typically monitored by health center boards. The content in the modules is foundational and intended for those new to board service, board members who want to build their confidence related to financial oversight, or board members that want a refresher on this topic. The Modules can be viewed by individual board members, by the full board as part of its own ongoing board education,* or during new board member orientation.* The Modules include: Module 1: The Board's Role in Financial Oversight Module 2: Reading and Understanding the Balance Sheet (Statement of Financial Position) Module 3: Reading and Understanding the Income Statement (Statement of Activities) Module 4: Understanding the Importance of Cash Flow Module 5: Key Financial Performance Indicators More Details...

Health IT for Clinical Leaders (elearning) (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: n.a. More Details...

Policy Options for Improving Dental Coverage for People on Medicare (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Kaiser Family Foundation just released an “Issue Brief” which identifies several potential approaches for improving dental coverage for Medicare beneficiaries. Included in the options are OPEN’s recommendation to include an extensive dental benefit under Medicare Part B. Also included in the Issue Brief is the work OPEN has been doing to get federal policymakers to expand the types of “medically necessary” dental services that are covered. More Details...

Project Highlight: The Floating Hospital, NY (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This summary describes The Floating Hospital, Inc.’s (TFH) expansion efforts in Long Island City, NY, highlighting the capital project planning, financing, and estimated community impact of a new $7.5 million health center capital facility. More Details...

Project Highlight: Primecare Community Health, IL (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This summary describes PrimeCare Community Health, Inc.’s expansion efforts in Chicago, IL, highlighting the capital project planning, financing, and estimated community impact of a new $8 million health center capital project. More Details...

Key Financial Performance Indicators (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This elearning module is the last in a five-part series that examines the health center board's role in overseeing its financial health. This module provides an overview of key performance indicators, focusing on how these indicators are determined and their meaning when assessing health center financial health. This module can be viewed by individual board members, by the full board as part of its own ongoing board education, or during new board member orientation. More Details...

Financial Training for Boards of Directors: Understanding the Importance of Cash Flow (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This elearning module is the fourth in a five-part series that examines the health center board's role in overseeing its financial health. This module provides an overview of the statement of cash flows, focusing on both how it is put together and how to interpret its meaning. This module can be viewed by individual board members, by the full board as part of its own ongoing board education, or during new board member orientation. More Details...

Reading and Understanding the Income Statement (Statement of Activities) (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This elearning module is the third in a five-part series that examines the health center board's role in overseeing its financial health. This module provides an overview of the income statement (“statement of activities”), focusing on both how it is put together and how to interpret its meaning. This module can be viewed by individual board members, by the full board as part of its own ongoing board education, or during new board member orientation. More Details...

Finance Training for Boards of Directors: Reading and Understanding the Balance Sheet (Statement of Financial Position) (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This elearning module is the second in a five-part series that examines the health center board's role in overseeing its financial health. This short module provides an overview of how to read and understand a balance sheet (statement of financial position). The remaining modules will be launched in the coming weeks. This module can be viewed by individual board members, by the full board as part of its own ongoing board education, or during new board member orientation. More Details...

Spotlight on Health Center Payment Reform:Washington State’s FQHC Alternative Payment Methodology (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In 2017, health centers in Washington built upon the experiences of those in Oregon and worked with the Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers(WACMHC) and Washington State Medicaid (Health Care Authority or HCA) to launch a capitated FQHC APM that incorporates quality metrics. This case study is intended to provide additional context and information for health centers and state PCAs as they explore models to address the unique circumstances in their states. More Details...

NACHC Payment Reform Readiness Assessment Tool (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The preparedness assessment is designed to begin the conversation among health center leadership, staff, and key stakeholders/partners about successful engagement in payment reform models. More Details...

Medicare FQHC Reimbursement (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Calendar Year 2019 Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule included two new provisions specific to health centers. Below is a summary of the latest updates for FQHCs. More Details...

Legal Requirements and Issues Concerning Wraparound Payments to FQHCs (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The federal law addressing the Medicaid FQHC PPS contains special provisions regarding payments to FQHCs for services rendered under contract with a Medicaid managed care organization (MCO). In essence, states are required to make payments to FQHCs to cover the difference between amounts paid to the FQHC by a Medicaid managed care organization (MCO) and the FQHC’s PPS rate (if the latter is higher).3 These supplemental payments, which are made directly from the state to the FQHC, are sometimes referred to as “wraparound” payments. This Issue Brief provides an overview of the law relating to wraparound payments to FQHCs, and identifies several current key policy issues relating to FQHCs’ participation in Medicaid managed care. More Details...

Financial and Operational Contingency Planning (English/Spanish) (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: n.a. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Financial and Operational Analysis, Management and Strategy (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document focuses on Capital Link, who, in coordination with the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, have assisted health centers in analyzing and managing such opportunities with their Advancing Financial and Operational Strength training program. More Details...

So You Want to Start a Health Center? (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication is a guide for health care providers and organizations, public agencies, or community-based organizations and individuals interested in becoming part of the Health Center Program. This guide outlines the many considerations and recommended steps a community must consider for assessing readiness to apply to become a community health center. It also provides links to resources and toolkits that support each step of the process. More Details...

Finance Training for Boards of Directors: The Board's Role in Financial Oversight (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This elearning module is the first in a five-part series that examines the health center board's role in overseeing its financial health. This module provides an overview of the board’s role in the financial oversight of a health center and discuss the responsibilities of individual board members in carrying out this important oversight. The remaining modules will be launched in the coming weeks. This module can be viewed by individual board members, by the full board as part of its own ongoing board education, or during new board member orientation. More Details...

Accountable Care Best Practices: Miami Beach Health Center (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Miami Beach Health Center was contractually required to take on full risk and, in the process, had to learn through experience the considerations for full risk contracts and resources required. More Details...

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Frequently Asked Questions: Compliance with HRSA Requirements for Scope of Project, Patient Access and Patient Payments (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In practice, SUD-related services encompass various types of treatments based on the specific addiction disorder. One component is the provision of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) services – a strategy that combines both drug and behavioral therapies to combat substance use disorders, and which may include opioid treatment programs (OTPs) such as Buprenorphine Therapy, non-opioid medication treatments and classes, and various behavioral health therapies. This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document focuses on some of the more common questions related to the application of HCP requirements to the provision of MAT services. In particular, this FAQ addresses questions that often arise regarding the relationship between MAT services and the health center’s overall “scope of project,” patient access within the context of the HCP requirement to offer services to all residents of the service area, and patient payments for MAT services. More Details...

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