Community Benefit Reporting and 501(c)(3) Compliance Resources
Hospital community benefits are initiatives and activities undertaken by nonprofit hospitals to improve health in the communities they serve. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) also established “additional requirements for charitable hospitals “under § 501(r) of the Internal Revenue Code. The following are resources are available to assist Oregon’s rural and frontier hospitals with 501c3 compliance.
- CAH Quality 101 Training Session 1
Presented by Susan Runyan, CEO, Runyan Health Care Quality Consulting
The CAH Quality 101 Training Series is an opportunity aimed to teach best practices in quality improvement, data abstracting, data reporting and process improvement. This is an excellent opportunity for newer staff or for staff who may be well into their quality role but has not had the opportunity to receive targeted training in the area of quality. It is also a great refresher for more seasoned staff. Your entire quality team is invited to participate. In addition, a variety of tools/resources will be provided to assist staff in their roles in your quality department.
- CHA and CHIP Requirements for 501(c)(3) Hospitals, Local Public Health, and Coordinated Care Organizations
- Current Critical Access Hospital Community Health Needs Assessments
- The Oregon Office of Rural Health, in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority’s Transformation Center and Public Health Division, created an interactive map of the most recent Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs/ CHAs) and Community Health Improvement Plans (CHIPs) for Oregon Non-profit Hospitals, Local Public Health Authorities (LPHAs) and Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs).
- Critical Access Hospital Community Benefit Reporting Highlights Fiscal Year: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018
- A Review of Community Benefit Reporting Challenges for Critical Access Hospitals in Oregon (Verité Healthcare Consulting, LLC, 2017)