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Rural Federally Qualified Health Centers Financial and Operational Performance Analysis 2016-2019 (2021). This report, prepared by Capital Link with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), provides an aggregate financial and operational profile of rural Federally Qualified Health Centers. More Details...

Financial Impact of COVID-19 on Rural Federally Qualified Health Centers (2021). The Financial Impact of COVID-19 on Rural Federally Qualified Health Centers report highlights the net projected losses of Rural FQHCs from April 2020 through June 2021, after taking into account critical federal support made available through December 2020. (Released in 2021) More Details...

Financial Impact of COVID-19 on California Federally Qualified Health Centers - Infographic (2021). Created with support from the California Health Care Foundation, this infographic highlights California FQHCs’ net projected losses from April through December 2020, after taking into account critical federal support made available through December 2020. More Details...

Federally Qualified Health Centers Financial and Operational Performance Analysis 2016-2019 (2021). This report, developed with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration, offers a framework for identifying strengths, challenges, and opportunities for performance improvement in a rapidly transforming health care landscape. (Released in 2021.) More Details...

Financial and Operational Benchmarking Trends and Techniques Webinar (2020). Learn how to effectively assess your health center’s financial and operational performance using benchmarking and comparative metrics from Capital Link’s audited financial database and data from the federal UDS reporting system, as referenced in Capital Link’s soon-to-be-released Federally Qualified Health Centers Financial and Operational Performance Analysis and our Performance Benchmarking Toolkit. More Details...

National Financial Impact of COVID-19 on FQHCs Report: National Estimate from April 2020 - June 2021 (2021). Capital Link\'s new report provides a national picture of health center revenue loss, COVID-19-related expenses, the influx of relief funds through December 31, 2020, and the estimated gap in needed funds, based on the 15-month period from April 2020 through June 2021. More Details...

Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment - A Four-Part Webinar Series for Behavioral Health Providers: Focus on Behavioral Health: Utilizing Cost Data to Drive Programmatic Change (2020). As the final webinar of this four-part series, we will review the key take-aways from the first three sessions and apply these concepts to several scenarios in which behavioral health providers are seeking to understand their costs in an evolving reimbursement environment. We will focus on how to model costs related to these scenarios and emphasize the use of this information for decision-making and guiding programmatic change. More Details...

Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment - A Four-Part Webinar Series for Behavioral Health Providers: Focus on Behavioral Health: Cost Allocation Methodology for Value-Based Payment Systems (2020). During our third session, we will describe how to identify and calculate costs in a value-based reimbursement environment. Beginning with a high-level overview of value-based reimbursement concepts, we will discuss methodologies for identifying costs related to care pathways and clinical outcomes and provide examples that translate this effort into identifiable costs. More Details...

Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment - A Four-Part Webinar Series for Behavioral Health Providers: Focus on Behavioral Health: Preparing Internal Systems for Gathering Cost Data (2020). The second webinar in the series will provide insight from a former behavioral health provider CFO into the ways health centers can set up charts of account, practice management systems/electronic health records, and HR/payroll systems to facilitate an accurate understanding of cost. More Details...

Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment - A Four-Part Webinar Series for Behavioral Health Providers: Focus on Behavioral Health: Cost Allocation: Getting the Basics Right (2020). The first webinar in this series will provide participants with a detailed review of the methodology behavioral providers should use for allocating costs in a fee-for-service accounting environment (direct, indirect, and overhead), and an introduction to how “costing” will differ in a value-based system. More Details...

Developing a Business Plan and Financial Forecast for a Health Center Capital Project (2020). This webinar is designed to assist health centers planning new or expanded facilities in developing a detailed business plan for their capital project. More Details...

California Federally Qualified Health Centers: Financial & Operational Performance Analysis, 2016-2019 (2020). This report, prepared by Capital Link with support from the California Health Care Foundation, provides an aggregate financial and operational profile of California Federally Qualified Health Centers. The report offers a structure for recognizing the financial strengths, challenges, and benchmarks that support opportunities for health center performance improvement through an analysis of multi-year statewide trends and median outcomes. More Details...

Financial and Workforce Characteristics of High-Performing Health Centers (2020). This infographic illustrates key findings from the STAR² Center and Capital Link’s study, which examines the financial and workforce characteristics of high-performing health centers across the country. More Details...

California Federally Qualified Health Centers: Financial & Operational Performance Analysis, 2016-2019 (2020). This report, prepared by Capital Link with support from the California Health Care Foundation, provides an aggregate financial and operational profile of California Federally Qualified Health Centers. The report offers a structure for recognizing the financial strengths, challenges, and benchmarks that support opportunities for health center performance improvement through an analysis of multi-year statewide trends and median outcomes. More Details...

CARES Act Funding and Financial Statements: Considerations for Health Center Boards (2020). This short article addresses CARES Act funding and considerations for health center boards related to the impact on the center’s financial statements. This article was written at NACHC’s request by Jeff Allen and Sara Grenier from BKD, a national CPA and advisory firm. More Details...

The Impact of COVID-19 on Health Center Revenue and Jobs: A 50-State Analysis (2020). View a state-by-state estimate of health center revenue and job loss as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. More Details...

Cost Per Visit Measuring Health Center Performance (2020). This Issue Brief provides a methodology for health centers to calculate costs across all service lines, and examines the operational factors that most directly influence those costs. Developed in collaboration with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). More Details...

Using Financial and Operational Data to Plan for Growth (2019). Develop a framework for identifying strengths, challenges, and opportunities for performance improvement in preparation for growth, including best practices from Capital Link's one-on-one work with health centers. More Details...

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

Implementing your sliding fee policy (2017). This session will review the requirements and different methodologies in operationalizing a sliding fee program. More Details...

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