Performance & Financial Management

The performance and financial management of health and human service provider organizations depends on several factors, including quality measures, staffing models, and the organization’s overall internal processes such as revenue and billing cycles and unit costs. As the market shifts from volume to value, provider organizations face new challenges for financial viability and revenue maximization. Provider organizations must consider their performance, liquidity, risk tolerance, leverage, efficiency, and portfolio balancing to ensure optimal financial management and long-term sustainability as the market shifts away from fee-for-service models to value-based reimbursement.


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A November 2021 analysis of spending and performance trends related to emergency rental assistance (ERA) by researchers for the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) found that ERA grantees distributed 40% of the $25 billion in initial Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA1) funds as of September 30, 2021. About 28% of grantees have spent less than 30% of their ERA1 allocation and may be at risk of losing funds through reallocation. Several high-spending state grantees have significantly more need than their ERA1 allocations will likely cover. State grantees in New York, California, Illinois, and New Jersey, for example, have spent . . .
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