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Category: Community Health Center Financial Perspectives

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Released in 2013

Developed by Capital Link and Community Health Center Capital Fund, Issue 1 of the Community Health Center Financial Perspectives series provides health centers with the national financial and operational trends of community health centers from 2008-2011. This resource also provides data for peer benchmarking and recommended ranges for achieving strong financial performance. The first in a series, this publication is sponsored by Citi Foundation.

Released in 2014

Developed by Capital Link and Community Health Center Capital Fund, "Community Health Center Financial Perspectives (Issue 2)," provides insight into multi-year financial trends for community health centers on a national basis for a lender audience. Very little data about health centers is available on a consistent basis to lenders and investors, who will play an increasingly important role in fueling the industry’s growth as it continues to mature in an environment of health reform. This analysis is a starting point to fill a knowledge gap, providing metrics not previously available on the financial and operational performance of health centers. The second in a series, this publication was sponsored by Citi Foundation.

The findings were also published as part of the special report series of the Center for Community Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, available here.

Released in 2014

This infographic illustrates key findings from Community Health Center Financial Perspectives (Issue 2), a resource that provides lenders and investors with the national financial and operational trends of community health centers from 2008-2011.

Released in 2014

Developed by Capital Link and Community Health Center Capital Fund, Community Health Center Financial Perspectives (Issue 3) provides insights such as: How fast do health centers grow after a capital project? What are the potential pitfalls? How large should cash reserves be to mitigate possible losses as a new facility ramps up? How fast do other health centers add staff and how does that affect the bottom line? How much debt do other health centers support when they take on a capital project and how much equity do they usually raise? The analysis also addressed the issue of project size, and how this factor may affect health center finances and operations. The third in a series, this publication was sponsored by Citi Foundation.

Released in 2014

This infographic illustrates key findings from Community Health Center Financial Perspectives (Issues 3 and 4), two resources that illustrate the impact of capital projects based on a a study of 118 health centers over a five-year period.

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