Capital Link offers access to recordings and presentation slides from our recent webinars. View a list of our upcoming webinars here.

Intro to Capital Link's Upcoming HRSA Loan Guarantee Program Learning Collaborative - Sept. 22, 2020

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This webinar session will provide detailed information about the benefits of the Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA’s) Health Center Facility Loan Guarantee Program (LGP) and Capital Link’s upcoming LGP Learning Collaborative.

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 - June 16, 2020

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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.

Focus on Behavioral Health: Preparing Internal Systems for Gathering Cost Data - June 30, 2020

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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.

Focus on Behavioral Health: Cost Allocation Methodology for Value-Based Payment Systems - July 14, 2020

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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.

Focus on Behavioral Health: Utilizing Cost Data to Drive Programmatic Change - July 28, 2020

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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.

$3.55 Billion NMTCs Just Awarded – How to Pursue NMTC Funding for Your Project - July 28, 2020

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With the CDFI Fund having just announced $3.55 Billion in New Markets Tax Credits Awards, this timely webinar will help your health center determine if NMTC financing could be a good fit for your capital project and the steps you need to take in order to capitalize on this opportunity. 

Developing a Business Plan and Financial Forecast for a Health Center Capital Project - June 11, 2020

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This webinar is designed to assist health centers planning new or expanded facilities in developing a detailed business plan for their capital project. Drawing on our recently updated publication, Creating a Business Plan for Community Health Centers, we’ll examine each of the key components of a business plan, including financial forecasts, and how health centers can use this important document to help secure financing for their projects.

Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment - A Four-Part Webinar Series for FQHCs

Cost Allocation: Getting the Basics Right - January 28, 2020

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To assist health center finance and accounting staff in preparing for the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care, The Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net is hosting a webinar training series, Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment, facilitated by Capital Link. This first webinar will provide a detailed review of the methodology 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. 

Preparing Internal Systems for Gathering Cost Data - February 18, 2020

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The second webinar in the series will provide insight from a former health center CFO into the ways health centers can set up charts of account, practice management systems, and HR/payroll systems to facilitate an accurate understanding of cost.

Cost Allocation Methodology for Value-Based Payment Systems - March 31, 2020

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To assist health center finance and accounting staff in preparing for the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care, The Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net is hosting a webinar training series, Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment, facilitated by Capital Link. During our third session, we will begin to put those systems to the test as we explore how your costing challenges could change under a Value-Based Payment reimbursement methodology.

Utilizing Cost Data to Drive Programmatic Change - April 21, 2020

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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 health centers are seeking to understand their costs in an evolving reimbursement environment. 

Payroll Protection Program (PPP) and Non-Traditional Financing for FQHCs during COVID-19 - April 24, 2020

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This webinar discusses non-traditional financing opportunities for health centers dealing with financial downturn during COVID-19, focusing on the latest developments in the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) and tips for strengthening health center participation in the PPP.

Reducing Health Disparities Through Community Partnerships: Session 2 - Implementation Strategies - April 22, 2020

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As part of the The Social Determinants of Health Academy, Capital Link is participating as faculty for one of four new learning collaboratives this spring. The Reducing Health Disparities through Community Partnerships collaborative is designed to help health center, PCA, and HCCN staff enhance population health through partnership development and improved service integration.

Reducing Health Disparities Through Community Partnerships: Session 1 - Overview of the Issues - April 8, 2020

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As part of the The Social Determinants of Health Academy, Capital Link is participating as faculty for one of four new learning collaboratives this spring. The Reducing Health Disparities through Community Partnerships collaborative is designed to help health center, PCA, and HCCN staff enhance population health through partnership development and improved service integration.

Developing a Community Health Center Capital Project Plan and Budget – Part Two - March 26, 2020

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The second part of a two-part webinar series will dive deeper into how to determine your sources and uses of funds, the elements of a business plan, and an overview of the variety of capital project financing sources available to health centers, including New Markets Tax Credits. This session will also discuss how health centers can use scenario modeling to strategically manage their capital projects in a changing environment. 

Developing a Community Health Center Capital Project Plan and Budget – Part One - February 13, 2020

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This session, the first of a two-part webinar series, will take a broad look at capital project planning activities that allow you to accurately determine the cost of a project so your health center knows how much funding you need to secure. We will discuss how to estimate service area demand, workforce needs, and space requirements so you can build a realistic budget. We will also describe how to calculate your debt capacity and measure financial feasibility.

Prepare Now, Save Later - New Markets Tax Credits Can Save Millions on Your Future Capital Project - February 3, 2020

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This timely webinar will help you determine if NMTC financing could be a good fit for your capital project and the steps needed to prepare to capitalize on this opportunity when the time comes to apply for funding. We will provide a general overview of the NMTC program, the timing of upcoming funding rounds, the process of completing a NMTC transaction and the myriad benefits of doing so. We’ll also review other sources of financing that can be leveraged along with NMTCs.

Optimizing Team Resources: Patient/Provider Scheduling and Panel Size - January 29, 2020

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Health centers continue to devote significant resources to the transition to a team-based model of primary care delivery. This session goes “back to the basics” to take a fresh look at techniques designed to expand capacity, utilizing existing resources within a sustainable structure.  From defining target outcomes to simplifying scheduling templates to aligning panel size, the participant will learn a replicable process for moving forward with each of their primary care teams through what is often a contentious and divisive operational imperative.

Financial and Operational Benchmarking Trends and Techniques - December 12, 2019

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How do you assess your performance by looking at your financial metrics? Which metrics are important? How can you benchmark your performance to your peers? In this session, health centers will learn how to assess their 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 and referencing Capital Link’s recently updated Federally Qualified Health Centers Financial and Operational Performance Analysis and Performance Benchmarking Toolkit.

Tools and Techniques to Assess Your Health Center’s Market and Community Needs - November 12, 2019

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This session will provide attendees with a review of the resources (many of which are free) available for health centers to assess market opportunities and community needs. We will review techniques for how to determine the size and location of the low-income, uninsured and under-served population, estimate the level of unmet need, and translate this information into workforce needs and a preliminary capital project budget. 

“Are You Ready?” Essential Preparation Activities to Move Your Capital Project Ahead - October 22, 2019

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This session covers essential steps to prepare your project for success, including incorporating facilities goals in your strategic plan, understanding your patient base and community trends, analyzing your current operations to determine the space you need, and ensuring your center is financially sound before proceeding. We’ll also describe resources available to help you plan.

NNOHA Oral Health Infrastructure: Brick and Mortar Expansion - September 25, 2019

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As part of the 2019 HRSA Oral Health Infrastructure funding, NNOHA is offering a series of four webinars on various infrastructure enhancements for new or enhanced integrated oral health services. The first webinar of the series focuses on brick and mortar expansion.

Looking at PACE....An Opportunity for Community Health Centers - September 17, 2020

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Learn more about Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and the benefits of implementing the program at your health center from a mission and financial perspective. PACE programs support the growing population of patients aged 55 and older with chronic conditions while supporting their independent living in the community. Co-presented by Capital Link and The Galway Group, this session will also provide attendees with an overview of the resources and technical assistance services available to support health centers through this complex but valuable implementation process.

Proactive Scenario Planning: Modeling Financial Implications - June 27, 2019

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Review opportunities for improving health center financial health by proactively forecasting revenue streams under a variety of scenarios and by implementing strategies to maximize revenue collections regardless of market changes. This webinar discusses capital project planning scenarios in a changing environment and demonstrates top-line financial implications of potential changes to reimbursement policies and Medicaid payments, and how the changes impact capital projects, using a tool Capital Link has developed. 

Facilitating Change: Working Together, Engaging Others and Motivating for Change - June 25, 2020

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Health centers are undergoing tremendous changes: considering shifting to value-based payment models; continuing to implement and optimize technology; creating data-driven quality improvement programs; and developing and enhancing multi-disciplinary care teams. This webinar provides strategies for leading change in your health center, including how to develop strong teams to implement new initiatives, and communicate and gain commitment to increase the probability for stakeholders to accept and increase your organization’s capacity to change.

Health Center Capital Project Financing Sources: HRSA’s Loan Guarantee Program and New Markets Tax Credits - June 20, 2019

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This session describes the Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA's) greatly-expanded and streamlined Health Center Facility Loan Guarantee Program. We also discuss the benefits of New Markets Tax Credits.

Achieving Social Determinants of Health Goals through Capital Expansion - June 19, 2019

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The Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can be a powerful framework to help health centers become an integral part of a community that sets the foundation for health. Health centers are increasingly addressing SDOH through their capital projects, such as co-located health and housing units, community gardens, gyms, and building space for financial counseling. This session will define the Social Determinants of Health, explore how to determine where community gaps are within a service area, and provide lessons learned on developing partnerships to address SDOH, drawing from our Capital Expansion for Health and Housing Partnerships learning collaborative.


Capital Link's webinars are 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 $1.285 million with 0 percent 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.

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