This session will bring together all elements of prior sessions to demonstrate how to project future cost of participating in the CCBHC program.
Session 3 – Evaluating the “Anticipated” Costs of Becoming a CCBHC
Session 3 of the Financial Management and Sustainability Learning and Action Series will present a framework of evaluating costs for new or expanded services to become CCBHC compliant. We will explore how to determine gaps between current baseline and anticipated costs and approaches for projecting for future clients, service utilization and staffing requirements. The session will begin with review and discussion of baseline cost assignment from session two and end with a new assignment on identifying gaps between the baseline and requirements to be a fully compliant CCBHC.
- Learn approaches for forecasting future clients served as a CCBHC and their impact on future services provided and staffing needs
- Understand the overall growth in direct program costs/staffing and their impact on additional infrastructure costs
- Review tools to identify gaps between the existing service baseline and what is required to become CCBHC compliant
This session will focus on understanding utilization to develop a cost per client or cost per visit basis and its impact on financial management.
Session 2 of the Financial Management and Sustainability Learning and Action Series will provide a deeper dive into understanding how the suite of services you offer today as a behavioral health provider align with the CCBHC program and how to allocate services as CCBHC or non-CCBHC. We will discuss how…
We will review all CCBHC program requirements and outline a framework for development of the total budget concept for the CCBHC program.