Capital Expansion for Health and Housing Partnerships — APPLY NOW

Serves as a forum for health centers interested in expanding their health services in collaboration with housing facilities. Introductory webinar is scheduled for December 3rd. Learn More >

Capital Projects: Planning, Financing, Completing — APPLY NOW

Designed to assist health centers that anticipate the need for a capital project during the next one to five years, this collaborative will provide practical direction and tools for planning, financing, and completing a capital project. Introductory webinar is scheduled for January 14th. Learn More >

 
With the Community Health Center Fund set to expire September 30, 2019, the Lenders Coalition for Community Health Centers (LCCHC) has been working to support its extension. There are currently proposals in both chambers to extend the program for multiple years. 

The LCCHC steering committee has crafted a letter (link below) recommending a four-year extension of the Community Health Center Fund, highlighting the lender’s perspective. This letter has been delivered to the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Senators Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell, and Representative Kevin McCarthy, as the majority and minority leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Read the full letter here.

 

Capital Link announces the release of an updated statewide financial and operational profile of California Federally Qualified Health Centers, sponsored by the California Health Care Foundation. This resource presents multi-year trends, offering a framework for identifying the financial strengths, challenges, and benchmarks that support opportunities for performance improvement.

Covering the five-year period of 2013 to 2017, this analysis focuses on the following trends for California Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and FQHC Look-Alikes (LALs):

  •  Patient and visit growth and expansion of service delivery and capacity

  •  Payer mix changes over the review period

  •  Financial performance as shown by revenue growth and operating margins

  •  Financial health as measured by liquidity and revenue collections

  •  Annual patient utilization and practice mix

  •  Productivity metrics and quality of care indicators

 

Click here for a free download of California Federally Qualified Health Centers: Financial & Operational Performance Analysis, 2013-2017.

Over our long history of working with health centers, Capital Link has amassed a database of financial and operational information to develop field-building resources on the factors affecting health center performance, impact, and growth. For more information, visit www.caplink.org.

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