Registration reopened due to popular demand!
2022 Financial Operations Management Level 1 (FOM 1)
April 13โ€“14 | All-Virtual
Early bird registration ends March 30!

Learn more about upcoming FOM workshops below.


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 Health Center Financial Operations Management (FOM) National Training Workshops. The FOM training series offers basic, intermediate and advanced level training to suit the needs of todayโ€™s health center leaders. Each level features a training curriculum designed with the innovative knowledge, tools and best practices required to meet the specific and unique challenges of operating a health center. Although it is not required to attend the series in order, each training curriculum is designed to build on the other.

FOM 1 provides an in-depth understanding of grants management, budgeting, profitability, and Medicare cost reporting. This intermediate-level seminar approved for up to 10.2 CPE credits.

Prerequisites: A minimum of two years working in the health care sector in a financial, management, or administrative role.


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.

View the FOM 1 Training Agenda.


Faculty


Jeff Allen, Partner, BKD LLP
Curt Degenfelder, Curt Degenfelder Consulting, Inc.
David Fields, Partner, BKD LLP
Catherine Gilpin, CPA, Director, BKD LLP


Pricing Information


Virtual Only โ€ข April 13โ€“14, 2022
This program has been recommended for 8.5 CEU and 10.2 CPE in the โ€œSpecialized Knowledgeโ€ category.
Please note: This event will take place LIVE in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). To obtain credits and your certificate, you MUST take part in the live version of the event.
Experience the online virtual platform, as well as NACHCโ€™s Online Resource Library, at: conferences.nachc.org
Login using your credentials (use the โ€˜Forgot Passwordโ€™ function if unsure of your password), or reach out to our team at trainings@nachc.org to get login assistance.
Pricing Information
โ€ข Early Bird Registration Fee: $650 if registration received by March 30, 2022
โ€ข Regular Registration Fee: $750 if registration received after March 30, 2022
Registration cutoff date (Last day to register online): April 8, 2022

 

 

 

View the FOM 1 training brochure.

For more information, contact trainings@nachc.org.

UPCOMING TRAINING WORKSHOPS

2022 Financial Operations Management Level 2 (FOM 2)
May 25โ€“26 | All-Virtual
Early bird registration deadline: May 11
FOM 2 is an intermediate-level training approved for up toย 11.4 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. The training curriculum provides mid-career level and established CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Controllers, Finance Managers, and accountants with insight into the core qualities needed to approach the business aspects of financial operations, management, and service delivery.
Register and learn more.
2022 Financial Operations Management Level 3 (FOM 3)
June 22โ€“23 | All-Virtual
Early bird registration deadline: June 8
FOM 3 is an advanced-level training approved for up toย 9 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. The training curriculum provides established CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Controllers, Finance Managers, and accountants with high-level approaches to concepts of management and leadership.
Register and learn more.

 


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