FQHC


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FQHC

(Federally Qualified Health Center) See healthcare IT.
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The FQHC Look-Alike designation applies to the company's Short North and Dayton Health Centres.
Although dually eligible beneficiaries were more likely than Medicare-only beneficiaries to use FQHC or RHC services regardless of the percentage of the cost sharing reimbursed, the relative difference was larger at 20 percent cost-sharing payment.
This study examined longitudinal data on 958 FQHC grantees located in the 50 states and the District of Columbia that received community health center funding from the U.
As an FQHC, Family Healthcare is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors on which over half of the Board is made up of actual patients.
Community Health Center Inc (CHCI) is a multisite FQHC located in Connecticut.
The conversion to a FQHC of a NMHC that is affiliated with a university is often impossible, as the board of directors of a FQHC cannot be a university board, but instead must be comprised of 50% consumers of the clinic.
The local behavioral health Medicaid plan has simultaneously worked to define billing and credentialing standards to reflect the integrated FQHC model and has established a Request for Qualifications process requiring any FQHC in Philadelphia County that wants to contract for services to do so using the integrated model, based on the principles of Behavioral Health Consultation, established by the HFP network of health centers.
In this document, unless otherwise noted, the term "health center" is used to refer to organizations that receive grants under the Health Center Program as authorized under section 330 of the Public Health Service Act, as amended (referred to as "grantees") and FQHC Look-Alike organizations, which meet all the Health Center Program requirements but do not receive Health Center Program grants.
The FQHC designation will allow Firstmed to continue to grow its work to be part of the solution to the huge unmet healthcare needs of the uninsured and vulnerable" she commented.
The FQHC receives federal and state funding as well as grants, which make it possible to see patients regardless of their ability to pay.