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Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Mountain Family Health Centers (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document outlines Mountain Family Health Centers' path to accountable care, focusing on their pursuit of value-based model of care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: El Rio Community Health Center (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper document El Rio's journey toward population health management and their lessons learned. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Community Health Centers, Inc. (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This papers describes Community Health Centers, Inc., work with their electronic health record vendor to better understand their patient population and provide better care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Centerprise, Inc. (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper provides health centers with an overview of lessons learned implementing population health in care settings. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Carolina Medical Home Network (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper provides practices implemented by the Carolina Medical Home Network to use medicare shared savings program to help health centers in their network adopt value based care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Alcona Health Center (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The paper summarizes the journey of the Alcona Health Center as it becomes an accountable care organization. More Details...

Steps to Success: A Toolkit for Community Health Centers Navigating a Capital Development Venture (2017). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit highlights eight planning activities, which are fundamental building blocks that create a foundation for smoother project completion, eliminating most of the guesswork, and allowing health centers to understand opportunities and risks. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: Tax-Exempt Bonds (2013). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication describes tax-exempt bonds, including what they are, why health centers should consider using them to finance a capital project, eligibility, types of projects that can be financed, tax-exempt bond structures, and general steps for approval and issuance. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: New Markets Tax Credit Program Update (2015). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Serving as a follow up to Spotlight on Capital Resources: New Markets Tax Credit Program published in 2012, this update provides new information for health centers on how to qualify for the NMTC Program using the Targeted Populations regulations and how to “wind-up” a transaction. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: New Markets Tax Credit Program Extension (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The third in a series of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program resources published by Capital Link, this document focuses on the implications of the five-year NMTC program extension and includes the steps necessary for preparing to utilize NMTCs for a capital project, information on the new “one-day loan” structure constraints, and the feasibility of using a “developer fee” to increase investment. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: New Markets Tax Credit Program (2012). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program has helped many community health centers cost-effectively finance their capital projects. This resource explains what the NMTC Program is, how this type of financing works, and provides a detailed example. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: Community Development Financial Institutions (2014). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication provides an overview of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and their role in providing capital to traditionally underserved businesses, including health centers. It describes the CDFI business model and information that community health center management should find useful as they prepare to seek financing from a CDFI. More Details...

Selecting the Right Capital Project Financing: A Guide for Health Center Staff and Boards (2010). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication gives health centers and boards the information they need to determine the best mix of capital financing options for their projects. It includes comprehensive sections on factors that influence health center financing, including debt capacity and lending requirements, as well as sources of equity and debt financing and credit enhancement. More Details...

Que Preguntas Deberia Hacer Sobre Mi Seguro Medico (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication is for Spanish-speaking patients to provide basic information about how health insurance may affect the cost of a visit. This document is editable and can be modified by the health center. More Details...

Proforma Analysis/Cost Calculator for Postgraduate NP Residency Program (2016). Resource Type: Template. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Preparing for a Capital Project: Are You Ready? (2011). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit evaluates health center readiness to begin the capital development process, with the goal of helping health centers avoid the pitfalls that insufficiently planned projects can encounter. It is presented as a series of questions to assess different aspects of pre-planning activities that should be completed before beginning a capital project, along with reasons for the relevance of the questions and advice for next steps. More Details...

Performance Benchmarking Toolkit for Health Centers: Tracking Data to Improve Financial Performance (2019). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit provides guidance in applying data analysis tools to help health centers more effectively track performance, understand key drivers, and incorporate operational insights for financial sustainability. More Details...

Office Hour: Finance & Reimbursement for Clinical Leaders (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This Office Hour webinar features subject matter experts who address - and answer participants’ questions about - health center finance and reimbursement as part of a Clinical Leader’s core competency development. The focus is on enhancing the Clinical Leader’s ability to: (1) Fully utilize financial systems and tools to effectively manage ongoing clinical operations; (2) Develop the clinical component of health center grant applications; and (3) Ensure clinical staff awareness of important reimbursement issues and mechanisms. More Details...

Medical Respite Care: Financing Approaches (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Council’s “Medical Respite Care: Financing Approaches” brief details practical considerations for creating or growing financially sustainable medical respite care programs. As communities look to reduce health care costs and improve patient outcomes, medical respite care programs fill a critical need for people without homes. To help fund this vital care, our brief details medical respite, provides a rationale for creating such programs, outlines financing approaches, and suggests steps for effective implementation. More Details...

Medicaid PPS 101 For Everyone (n.a.). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is the webinar for you! In this webinar we will go over the Medicaid basics, including Medicaid coverage of health centers, how the PPS is calculated, what is included in the PPS, and Alternative Payment Methodologies. Please join us to learn the basics for the first time or refresh your memory on this important program for health centers. More Details...

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