CHC Financial Program Requirements Training
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Henrico, United States
Every health center has program requirements that have a financial component and impact on your bottom line. When you have an Operational Site Visit from HRSA, they will review all of them. If you would like to get more information on program requirements that have a specific financial impact, join us for this training. We will cover Sliding Fee Discounts and all of the Management and Finance requirement, cost reports and other items you should be familiar with. Bring others from your finance staff that need to know this information too.
Our presenter will be Mark Wilcox whom some of you may be familiar with. He has vast experience and has done some site visits and knows his "stuff".
Here is his bio:
MARK B. WILCOX
President and Founder, Management Systems Integration, Inc. (MSI)
Mr. Wilcox has provided consulting and management services to the health care industry both domestically and internationally, for over 35 years. He has consulted with diverse clients (managed care organizations, hospitals, physician groups, insurance companies, employers, state and national/international governments, all types of community-based health care providers, networks and consortiums, the U.S. Armed Forces and VA and many specialty provider networks), on projects involving; financial management and planning, actuarial analysis, strategic planning, program development, operations, health information systems and health care cost assessment and containment.
His areas of expertise include management reporting system integration and development into cohesive and efficient operational management decision support systems - encompassing computer, manual and human based management systems
He has served in operational management positions with several large corporations including Vice President of a large Blue Cross Blue Shield plan running their two HMOs and 18 months in Spain, where as the CEO of a nation-wide health care company, he developed and managed a revolutionary multi-option prepaid health program that grew to more than 34,000 members. His other international work includes projects in; Japan, Panama, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Great Britain, Hungary, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Ukraine.
Mr. Wilcox was Vice President, Operational Services with American International Group (AIG), where he managed multiple practices that specialized in Management Information Systems, Third-Party Administration, Health Benefits Management, Worker's Compensation and Utilization Management as well as facilities management for managed care companies.
He has helped create and manage diverse health care entities and provider networks, has assisted in the design and development of managed health care software applications, and has performed feasibility studies of and helped develop, implement, and operate health care delivery programs that interface with the private sector, Medicaid, Medicare, and managed health care reform both nationally and within state-based programs.
For the last decade, Mr. Wilcox has restricted MSI’s work to the non-profit, community-based health care industry; predominantly FQHC’s, Critical Access Hospitals and related providers and social service agencies.
When & Where
Virginia Community Healthcare Association
About the Virginia Community Healthcare Association:
The Virginia Community Healthcare Association is a not-for-profit statewide association representing more than 100 community/migrant health center sites and similar organizations. The Association provides a number of services to its members all with the goal of increasing access to health care for all Virginians.
For more than 30 years, the Association has provided training and technical assistance services to CHCs in areas such as clinical/staff development, recruitment and retention services, board and executive development and financial training. The Association also works with communities throughout Virginia that are looking into starting a community health center.
“This event was made possible in part by Cooperative Agreement Number U58CS06833 from Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)/Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors/speakers and do not necessarily represent the official views of the HRSA/BPHC.”
Options for overnight lodging:
Marriott Courtyard Richmond Northwest-$93 per night including internet
3950 Westerre Parkway
Henrico, VA 23233
When calling directly to the hotel at the number above, please ask for rate code VCHR for a room with a King bed and VCHS for a room with 2 queen beds.
The hotel's website is www.marriott.com/ricnw. On the right side of the page, click "Special Rates & Awards" and type VC1 in the "corporate/promotion code" box.
Hyatt Hotel Sierra-$119 per night including breakfast
11800 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23233
Ask for the Government rate
Comfort Suites-$79 per night Single King; $90.09 Double-includes internet and breakfast
4051 Innslake Drive
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Call the direct number above and ask for the Westerre Conference Center group rate.