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Todd Rothenhaus

FQHC Success Vital to Health of Underserved Communities

by Todd Rothenhaus, MD, Chief Medical Officer

As safety net providers, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) fill a huge void in American health care. They are at the front-lines serving the most vulnerable and delivering care of equal or better quality as the most lavishly funded medical groups. Growing inequality, reduced social mobility, and the thinning of the middle class means that the provision of health care to underserved communities has never been more important.

October 09, 2014|Categories: Care Coordination

Michelle Mangino

FQHCs: Improving Quality in Efficient and Measurable Ways

by Michelle Mangino, Social Media Manager

“He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything.” – Dr. Martin Luther King

June 18, 2014|Categories: Care Coordination, Models of Care

Jonathan Bush

A Humbling Letter

by Jonathan Bush, President & CEO

When you lead a company that’s striving to innovate in an industry like health care where so many forces seem to be working in the opposite direction, not every week ends on a high note. But one week in particular was an exception.

October 07, 2013|Categories: Models of Care

Jenny Englerth

Big FQHC Mission, Small Financial Margin

by Jenny Englerth, CEO of Family First Health

The Qualified Health Center (FQHC) where I work was founded the same year I was born. I make that point because it always gives me perspective on my role as CEO and steward of this valuable community asset; people have come before me and many will follow.

September 20, 2013|Categories: Models of Care

Andrew McCabe

FQHCs: Serving the Underserved

by Andrew McCabe, Senior Manager, Product Innovation

In areas of the country that are medically underserved, Federally Qualified Health Centers can make all the difference in delivering quality care to the community. Strictly speaking, an FQHC is a non-profit health center that provides comprehensive primary care for patients of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay, and receives grant funding under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act. FQHCs also receive a host of benefits that include cost-based reimbursement from Medicare and Medicaid, access to National Health Service Corp (NHSC) programs, participation in the Public Health Act 340B drug discount program, and malpractice insurance under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).

September 10, 2013|Categories: Models of Care

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