October Updates from Cindy
NCAFCC Annual Outcomes Survey:
The 2017 NCAFCC Annual Outcomes Survey will be made available in November, online completion will be due in February 2018.
The 2016 Annual Outcomes Report went out to the membership on September 27
and will be placed on the NCAFCC website very soon. This is a great tool for members to compare their individual survey results to their peers and the overall NCAFCC average.
The short story is:
73,451 patients received services
165,320 provider visits were made, 86% were medical visits, 8% mental health and 6% dental
7,891 volunteers worked 303,341 hours
935,670 prescription medications (30 day supply) were provided
53% of members had an annual operating budget of $100K – 499,999, 23% of their income was from foundation grants
For every $1 spent, $7.20 in healthcare services were provided
Average cost per patient was $389.00
Average value of services provided to each patient was $2,807
Estimated hospital emergency department diversion savings was $90,676,053
Health Gains Outcomes Comparisons for Uncontrolled Diabetes – Patients most recent A1c was > 9% + No A1c Performed
NCAFCC = 24.5%
NC HRSA HEALTH CENTERS – FQHC = 31.9%
NC RURAL HEALTH CENTERS = 24.8%
Hypertension Control – Patients most recent BP measured < 140/90
NCAFCC = 59.6%
NC HRSA HEALTH CENTERS – FQHC = 61.3%
NC RURAL HEALTH CENTERS = 57.5%
Community Care Center of Forsyth County and John P. Murray Community Care Clinic have achieved NCAFCC Re-Accreditation status.