Part IV: Contracts, Sub-awards & Financial Management Systems
This webinar series is co-sponsored by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). NACHC members are eligible for a discount on the webinar series: check your email for the coupon codes.
Part IV: The Building Blocks of Fiscal Viability
Join us for Part IV of the De-Mystifying the Compliance Manual webinar series which focuses on:
- Chapter 17: Budget
- Chapter 15: Financial Management and Accounting Systems
- Chapter 12: Contracts and Sub-Awards
- Chapter 13: Conflict of Interest Policy
In the past few years, HRSA has transitioned its compliance efforts from requiring FQHCS to utilize multiple guidance documents to ensure adherence to health center program requirements to issuing the Health Center Program Compliance Manual (the Manual), a consolidated resource to assist FQHCs in understanding, demonstrating, and operationalizing compliance.
The Manual, which supersedes most (but not all) prior guidance, incorporates a new approach to everyday compliance by addressing:
- Each requirement’s statutory and regulatory basis
- Key elements of compliance that form the framework of every health center’s project
- Documentation necessary for verification of compliance
- Areas where health centers maintain discretion
To assist in conducting a “hands-on” compliance evaluation, HRSA issued a Site Visit Protocol (the SVP), which aligns with the Manual and reflects a more objective assessment tool. A new SVP was just issued in April 2019, which includes additional clarification on documentation requirements and assessment methodologies. Together, the Manual and the SVP are the main tools used by HRSA for both on-site reviews of grantees and FQHC look-alike entities (Operational Site Visits - OSVs) and “desk audits” of project and designation renewal applications.
Is your health center prepared for the recent changes to compliance with HRSA requirements and the compliance assessment processes – both on-site and through the application? Given the possible consequences of non-compliance, including 1-year project periods for non-compliance with a single element and potential loss of 330-grant funds, it is critical that every health center be and remain vigilant whether you are expecting an OSV, submitting your SAC / RD application, or looking to bolster current operations as part of ongoing compliance efforts.
- Health Center Executive Staff
- Clinical Leadership
- Quality and Credentialing/Privileging Staff
- Financial Leadership and Staff
- Compliance Officers
- Board members
- Other Staff assisting with HRSA compliance and/or OSV preparation
After this webinar series, you will be able to:
- Understand the key HRSA programmatic requirements addressed in the Manual and the SVP.
- Identify specific documentation and updated assessment methodologies necessary to demonstrate compliance, and explore areas where health centers retain discretion.
- Discuss the newest developments in the OSV and application review processes from an insider’s perspective.
Serving as Managing Partner of the firm since 2003, and a member of the Health Law and Federal Grants practices since 1992, Ted is a national authority in the area of federal grants, particularly in the health and community service spheres. He advises clients on all aspects of program requirements, including issues such as cost-based reimbursement, governance, grant administration, cost reporting, and administrative issues and routinely handles challenging issues such as government audits, internal investigations, and litigation. Ted's priority is to help each organization carry out its mission by offering practical, down-to-earth counsel and to ensure that legal challenges do not distract from that focus. [Full Bio]
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