The Federal Tort Claims Act provides a significant financial benefit to FQHCs. It allows for free malpractice insurance coverage provided by the federal government. Here are five things you need to know before you sign up.
To become an FQHC Look-Alike, your organization has to comply with all 19 HRSA health center program requirements
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Hello and Happy New Year from GBA! We hope everyone is well and everyone who celebrates had a great holiday. We look forward to 2020 and keeping you informed of new developments relevant to the health care and human services fields and services for special populations. We start the year letting you know about a […]
Gary Bess Associates has the privilege of working with organizations that deliver a multitude of important services to their communities. Through these organizations, GBA has assisted projects ranging from retention of Native American languages to tobacco cessation initiatives. Our partnerships are immeasurably rewarding, which is why GBA celebrates our community health center partners this National […]
HRSA has announced the 2020 Service Area Competition (SAC) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are required to complete a Service Area Competition every three years. Some may also complete a SAC more often if they have conditions placed on their grant. FQHCs demonstrating compliance with HRSA requirements and progress toward […]
As part of the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Service Area Competition (SAC), the agency is reaching out to Health Center Program award recipients to review service area patient targets. This request may be confusing for some; the process simply helps HRSA confirm that the patient targets they have on record match those […]
Three months after the catastrophic Camp Fire exploded through the Paradise area in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California, Gary Bess Associates is busy as ever. All employees, newly relocated due to the fire or not, are working remotely with tech-enabled setups in their homes. A visit to the burned area on February 1 was […]
Health care providers throughout the country are readying to compete for the recently announced FQHC New Access Points (NAPs) funding opportunity. The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) set a due date of April 11, 2019, and applicants are looking to maximize their chances of being awarded. New Access Points New Access Point funding awards […]
Due to the Camp Fire, GBA’s now-former bricks-and-mortar home in Paradise, California, is no more. And yet, within a couple of days, GBA and its team were back consulting with a renewed commitment to serving nonprofits and make their missions possible. On November 8, 2018, the town of Paradise, in which GBA is located, was […]