2021 FOM 1 Brochure

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Approved for up to 10.8 CPE credits!

2021 Financial Operations Management Level 1 (FOM 1)
February 16–17 | All-Virtual
Early bird registration deadline: February 3, 2021

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NACHC is closely monitoring the widespread and unprecedented effects of the COVID-19 crisis on health center operations.
We remain committed to serving health centers and are working to tailor our educational programs to meet these and other ongoing challenges.


Overview


NACHC is pleased to offer the Health Center Financial/Operations Management Seminars. There are three levels of the Health Center Financial/Operation Management Seminars. Each level focuses on different topics that will help health center financial and operational staff understand and meet the unique challenges of operating a health center.

Financial Operations Management, Level I (FOM1) is designed to provide CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Controllers, Finance Managers, and accountants with an in-depth understanding of grants management, budgeting, profitability, and Medicare cost reporting.


Learning Objectives


Participants of this two-day training will be able to:

  • Distinguish between different approaches to developing an operational budget.
  • Describe the key drivers of profitability.
  • Identify the critical elements to accurately complete the Medicare Cost Report.

Past Faculty


Jeffrey E. Allen, CPA, Partner, BKD, LLP, Springfield, MO
Curt Degenfelder, Curt Degenfelder Consulting, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
David C. Fields, CPA, CMA, CFM, Partner, BKD, LLP, Springfield, MO


Pricing Information


*Pricing Information

  • Early Bird Registration Fee: $520 if registration received by February 3, 2021
  • Regular Registration Fee: $600 if registration received after February 3, 2021

Registration cutoff date (Last day to register online): February 11, 2021

 

 

For more information, contact trainings@nachc.org.


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