Winter 2019/2020: This issue features an article about the key preparation activities and related resources, information about our two Learning Collaboratives launching in 2020, and an article about how Capital Link's database informs our resources and technical assistance.
Fall 2019: This issue features an article about the importance of demonstrating FQHC value and impact, information about the resolution to extend CHC funding, and an article about Capital Link and Capital Fund's impact over 25 years.
Spring 2019: This issue features an article about our 25th anniversary, information about the recent New Markets Tax Credit allocation announcement, and an article about the HRSA Loan Guarantee Program.
Winter 2019: This issue features an article about our 25th anniversary, information about the HRSA Loan Guarantee Program, the New Markets Tax Credit Program, and our current Learning Collaboratives.
Fall 2018: This issue features an article about managing cost of care, describes new resources on cost and workforce and financial characteristics of high-performing health centers, as well as the new Health Center Resource Clearinghouse.
Summer 2018: This issue congratulates health centers on National Health Center Week and looks forward to the NACHC CHI. We also provide a review of the first year of our Learning Collaboratives, describe our Market Assessment and Disaster Recovery resources, preview upcoming new resources, and announce upcoming events and webinars.
Spring 2018: This issue highlights a variety of resources, including our recent webinar on optimizing team resources through scheduling and panel size, a grant opportunity for health centers pursuing New Markets Tax Credit financing, a funding opportunity for health centers affected by the recent hurricanes, as well as many other resources from NACHC, etc.
Winter 2018: Learn about the Capital Link's Advancing Financial Strength program and our recently-launched Learning Collaboratives; find out how the New Markets Tax Credits allocations can help your health center's capital project; new resources available to assist health centers with capital development projects and cost of care resources coming soon.
Fall 2017: This issue reviews new resources available to assist health centers affected by the recent hurricanes and wildfires; how scenario planning can help health centers best prepare for the future; and new resources on national health center financial and operational trends, Performance Evaluation Profiles, and an updated performance benchmarking toolkit.
Summer 2017: Discover the importance of conducting a self-assessment before planning for capital growth and upcoming resources on revenue cycle management, the steps for planning a capital project, and financial and operational trends for health centers nationally.
Spring 2017: Learn about an opportunity to finance your health center capital project plans utilizing New Markets Tax Credit financing; get an in-depth understanding of how market assessments identify and evaluate opportunities and trends in your service area; find out how PCAs and health centers are actively communicating the value and impact health centers have in their communities to legislators and other stakeholders with infographics and supporting data.
Winter 2017: Respond to the changing health care landscape with strategies and resources to be resilient during uncertain times; learn the importance of communicating your health centers value and impact on the communities your serve; highlights on the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund’s latest round of New Market Tax Credits allocation awards.
Fall 2016: Resources on how to sustain a patient-centered medical home; learn how to use predictive analytics to drive performance; find out how to seize the opportunity presented by the five-year extension of the New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) Program.
Spring 2016: Move beyond tracking the past to anticipate the future, use of predictive analytics can help health centers improve patient care, reduce costs, and negotiate favorable contracts with payers; consider participating in our capital needs assessment; Capital Link congratulates the ten health centers chosen to participate in the Health Futures Fund Readiness Program.
Winter 2016: Apply to participate in a new Healthy Futures Fund Readiness program; highlights from our new report exploring the relationship between financial, clinical and operational excellence at America’s health centers; find an updated infographic illustrating the growing economic impact of health centers nationwide.
These publications are supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under cooperative agreement number U30CS09741, Training and Technical Assistance National Cooperative Agreement (NCA) for $850,000 with 0% of the total NCA project financed with non-federal sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.