Date: March 20 & 22, 2018
Time: 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (Central)
About The Training
Hear about the updated HRSA Operational Site Visit requirements from HRSA consultants that were instrumental in the redesign. Valerie Butt and Candice Chitty will walk attendees through the 19 program requirements that are reviewed during the operational site visits giving their perspective on the new updates and best practices for incorporating the requirements into ongoing operations. Members will have a chance to ask these content experts questions as well as ask questions of a peer health center that was reviewed under the updated operational site visit manual.
This training is intended for chief executive officers, chief financial officers, clinic operations personnel.
Valerie Butt, CPA, HRSA Consultant
Valerie Butt, CPA, brings over 25 years of experience in finance for the healthcare community, specializing in Federally Qualified Health Centers. With a BS/BA in Accounting from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, she is an experienced healthcare executive and CPA.
Ms. Butt has held positions in hospitals, multi-specialty primary care practice, surgical practice and home health. As a former CFO, Ms. Butt has the ability to provide all financial management aspects of Bureau of Primary Care Section 330 Grantees including program requirements / compliance, internal & external reporting, cash flow management, financial analysis, systems implementation, internal controls, billing & collections, accounts receivable, and grants management. Valerie's consulting experience includes program assessment, Financial Recovery Plans, mentoring, and training as well as UDS reviewer. Valerie has provided training and speaking engagements for numerous PCAs including Illinois Primary Health Care Association, Virginia Community Healthcare Association, Mid Atlantic Association of Community Health Centers, and the Bureau of Primary Care. The founding CFO at Hampton Roads Community Health Center, Ms. Butt is also a former Treasurer of the Community Care Network of VA.
Candace Chitty, RN, MBA, CQHQ, PCMH CCE, President & CEO, Quality First Healthcare Consulting, Inc.
Candace Chitty is President and CEO of Quality First Healthcare Consulting, Inc. (QFHC) and Chief Operating Officer for Quality First Management Solutions, Inc. (QFMS). Starting her consulting business with a focus on NCQA accreditation project management, she has expanded her management consulting over the past 16 years to provide consulting services to health plans, physician groups, hospital systems, community health centers, state and federal funded health care programs, pilots, and demonstration projects, and HIT companies.
Through her leadership, organizations have achieved effective results to improve the quality of health care they deliver by making improvements in coordinating the utilization of services, redesigning care delivery system toward patient centered care, developing population health management programs, program evaluation, outcomes measurement and reporting.
Candi brings over 32 years’ experience having held staff, management, and executive level positions in hospitals, physician groups, home health agencies, and health plans. She started her career as a registered nurse. She spent a decade providing acute care nursing care in oncology and transplantation. Following that Candi spent the next six years working in health plans holding management and executive level positions in quality management. In 2009 she joined NCQA as a consultant reviewer conducting the review process for numerous NCQA products including Health Plan Accreditation, Credentialing Vendor Organizations, and Patient-Centered Medical Home.
Ms. Chitty holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration in Health Care Management, a Bachelors’ degree in Nursing, and a National Certification in Healthcare Quality. She is a certified content expert in PCMH.
She is an active member of the Case Management Society of America, (CMSA), the National Association of Community Health Centers (NHCHC), the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), and the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC).
- IPHCA Members: $50/per attendee
- Non-Members: $75/per attendee