Upcoming Regional Trainings Now Open for Registration

Registration is now open for the following upcoming regional trainings:

2018 Chief Financial Officer Institute (CFOI) Kickoff Session
October 14 – 15 | Las Vegas, NV

Designed for new Chief FInancial Officers (CFOs), the six-month NACHC CFO Institute (CFOI) can ensure you have the training, resources, and support you need to successfully lead your health center in an ever-changing health care environment.  The CFOI curriculum is designed to provide interactive and action-oriented learning experiences that meet the training needs of today’s CFOs.

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Health Center Program Site Visit Protocol Training: How to Survive – and Thrive – During Your Operational Site Visit (FOM/IT Preconference Training)
October 15 | Las Vegas, NV
2018 NACHC FOM/IT Preconference Session, special registration required!

Do you have an Operational Site Visit coming up? If so, get prepared! NACHC is proud to announce a full-day training designed to provide health center leaders with practical strategies and best practices for preparing for a HRSA Health Center Program Operational Site Visit (OSV).

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Training for New Clinical Directors
October 18-19 | Denver, CO
(Co-hosted by the Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States and the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association)

This popular training provides the core knowledge and competencies that all health center Clinical Directors need to function as effective managers, leaders, and advocates for their health centers and communities. In addition to providing contextual knowledge regarding the history, terminology, political evolution, and regulatory expectations of the Health Center Movement, course content also focuses on developing competencies in evolving healthcare issues.

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Managing Ambulatory Health Care I (MAHC1)
October 22-25 | Santa Fe, NM
Early bird registration ends October 8!

NACHC is pleased to offer this four-day intensive course for clinical leaders.  MAHC1 goes beyond the basics to focus on skills that are essential to today’s new clinical leaders in the current health center environment. This in-person course offers specific management skills that can help address the need to generate tangible results that support the move to value-based care, including:

  • Financial Management
  • The Enhanced Role of the Clinical Director (Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, etc.)
  • Clinical Operations
  • Productivity Management
  • Performance Compensation
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Starting with Success: Building and Enhancing Your Health Center
January 9-10 | New Orleans, LA

Starting with Success: Building and Enhancing Your Health Center (SWS) is a two-day, intensive training that provides an in-depth look at the fundamentals of running a high-performing federally qualified health center. SWS provides an overview of the Health Center Program, the regulatory requirements, and the Site Visit Protocol that was released in early 2018. Featuring a panel of national experts from the Bureau of Primary Health Care, current and former health center leaders, and staff from the National Association of Community Health Centers, Starting With Success is a comprehensive “Health Center 101” for new health centers.

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Revenue Cycle 360
January 22-24 | Charleston, NC

This training provides in-depth guidance for key health center staff on the unique and complex revenue cycle for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), including a deeper-dive into developing effective billing departments, analyzing and maximizing patient revenue and collections, and reporting on accounts receivable. In addition, this training will identify techniques and tools to improve coding and documentation to drive financial and operational performance and legal compliance.

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Financial Operations Management, Level I (FOM1)
February 20-22 | Seattle, WA

This seminar is designed to provide CEOs, CFOs and COOs with an orientation to financial management, accounting principles, and terminology unique to health centers as well as an in-depth focus on managing the 330 grant, including the elements of the scope of services, budgeting, and reporting.

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