2023 Financial Operations Management Level 1 (FOM 1)
NACHC’s Financial Operations Management Training Workshop is an intermediate level, in-depth exploration of grants management, budgeting, profitability, and Medicare cost reporting designed for health center CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Controllers, Finance Managers, and accountants. This intermediate-level seminar approved for up to 13.8 CPE credits.
Prerequisites: A minimum of two years working in the health care sector in a financial, management, or administrative role.
This training will focus on the following CFO Competencies:
- Grant Compliance (Level 3)
- Accounting and Finance Operations (Level 3)
- Business Communication (Level 3)
These competencies align with NACHC’s Value Transformation, with detailed descriptions of knowledge and skill levels. NACHC resources are mapped to competencies in the TTA Catalog.
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.
Jeff Allen, Partner, Forvis
Curt Degenfelder, Curt Degenfelder Consulting, Inc.
David Fields, Partner, Forvis
Catherine Gilpin, CPA, Director, Forvis
Pricing and Registration Information
• Early Bird Registration Fee: $875 if registration received by January 4, 2023
• Regular Registration Fee: $975 if registration received after January 4, 2023
Registration cutoff date (Last day to register online): January 11, 2023
Registration is based on a 100-participant availability each for in-person and virtual options or the indicated online registration cutoff date, whichever occurs first. *
Embassy Suites Savannah, GA
605 W Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA 31401
Group Rate: $189
Hotel Reservation Cutoff Date: January 2, 2023
NACHC has negotiated a discounted rate of $174 a night which will be honored until January 2, 2023 or until the block has sold out, whichever occurs first.
Instructions: Book your room by calling the hotel directly at
912-721-6900 and provide the group code “NAC” or reserve online here.
•We encourage you to register and pay (by credit card) for this training and book your hotel accommodations on the same day. A confirmed hotel reservation does not guarantee a spot in the training. If you have not received confirmation for participation in the training, you will be responsible for any hotel cancellation fees.
This program has been recommended for 13.8 CEU and 11.75 CPE in the “Specialized Knowledge” category.
Please note: This event will take place LIVE in Eastern Time (ET). To obtain credits and your certificate, you MUST take part in the live version of the event.
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UPCOMING TRAINING WORKSHOPS
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2023 Financial Operations Management Level 2 (FOM 2)
April 5–6 | New Orleans
FOM 2 is an intermediate-level training approved for up to 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.
2023 Financial Operations Management Level 3 (FOM 3)
Early spring 2023
FOM 3 is an advanced-level training approved for up to 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.
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