Maintaining a State of Readiness for your Next OSV
HRSA has announced that as of October 1st 2018, noncompliance with any one of the 90+ elements in the new manual could result in progressive action and put future funding at risk under the “One, One & Done” rule. This reinforces the message that Health Centers must ensure compliance with all required elements, further demonstrated during the Operational Site Visits (OSVs). In this webinar, Dan and David will provide guidance and recommendations for OSV preparation and fostering a collaborative and comprehensive organizational approach that promotes continuous compliance.
With the release of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Program Compliance Manual in 2017, FQHCs were ushered into a new era of health center compliance. The new Manual reaches beyond the longstanding “19 program requirements” and identifies over 90 distinct required compliance elements. To address all of these elements, health centers need robust policies, procedures, and systems to monitor and report on these compliance elements and improve performance on an ongoing basis.
In this webinar series, the Community Health Center Association of New York State (CHCANYS) invited industry experts including CohnReznick, attorneys from Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP, and HRSA Consultants to present detailed guidance and resources to enhance your organizational approach as well as recommended strategies for achieving continuous compliance.
* The live webinar series was hosted by CHCANYS in Fall 2018
- CEOs/ Executive Staff
- Compliance Officers
- Fiscal Staff
- Quality/Risk Management Staff
- Grants Management Staff
Daniel T. Dey, MBA, FACHE (HRSA CONSULTANT)
Dan Dey has been the President. CEO of Northern Oswego County Health Services, Inc. dba ConnextCare since 2007. ConnextCare is a Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC) serving over 30,000 patients annually. Dan has been engaged in the community health center movement for 30 years and has served on the board of CHCANYS as well as NACHC Committees on Health Policy and Health Care Financing. Dan serves as a consultant to HRSA through its contract with Management Solutions Consulting Group. He conducts Operational site visits and provides technical assistance in the areas of governance, administration and management, financial operations and strategic planning.
David Adams (HRSA CONSULTANT)
David Adams is the President and CEO of Health Care and Management Strategies, LLC. Since 1989, David has worked with hundreds of grantees through involvement in various technical assistance projects both privately and on behalf of the Bureau of Primary Health Care. As a health care consultant, he performs Operational Site Visits and provides other Technical Assistance to Federally Qualified Health Centers. Since 2011, he has served as a consultant reviewers for FTCA Deeming Applications, performing site visits to verify and provide Technical Assistance to grantees. Historically, Mr. Adams has worked with Primary Care Organizations making presentations relative to HRSA’s 19 Program Requirements, FTCA Deeming, Quality Improvement, Credentialing and Privileging, as well as Governance and Administration topics.
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