Health Center Budgeting for Non-Finance Managers
May 7 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Operational managers are responsible for developing their departmental budget while collaborating with a CFO on its planning and implementation. This training explains the process and how managers impact health center profitability and sustainability. Topics will include an overview of budgeting in the late- and post-COVID periods.
By the end of the workshop managers will be able to:
- Identify their role within the budgeting process;
- Understand COVID response grants and other funding;
- Develop visit projections by service line; and
- Evaluate the finance of telehealth, testing, and vaccination.
Presented by Curt Degenfelder, President, Curt Degenfelder Consulting Inc.
CDCI is based in Los Angeles and headed by Curt Degenfelder, a national healthcare business consultant with 32 years of healthcare experience; 25 years focused on developing financial, operational, and strategic solutions for community health centers (CHCs).
An industry thought leader, Curt has helped hundreds of CHCs across the country address critical organizational issues and improve their bottom lines through creating effective approaches and setting internal benchmarks that increase performance and evolve institutions to their next level.
Curt’s expertise touches all facets of a CHC via his comprehensive analysis that runs from the front office to the management and board. He is currently working on FQHC payment reform.
Curt performs strategic planning, financial and operational trainings for CHCs, state primary care associations, the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), as well as boards and foundations.
This training is made available through generous funding from Cedars-Sinai.