Community clinics, which serve California's neediest people, are growing in revenue, patients served, and staff. This CHCF Almanac report provides a checkup on clinics' financial health.
Financial Health of Community Clinics, 2011 (897 K)
Financial Health of Community Clinics: Charts, 2011 (2.13 MB)
Financial Health of Community Clinics, 2010 (1.4 MB)
Financial Health of Community Clinics, 2009 (1.23 MB)
Community clinics are an integral part of California's primary care and safety-net system, especially for uninsured, underinsured, and low-income people. This report captures key measures of clinics' financial health from 2006 to 2009. In addition to examining financial measures, the report looks at staffing and program/service models that may contribute to clinics' financial success.
Key findings include:
A related issue brief discusses the research findings and the lessons learned from eight case studies and is available through the Related CHCF Page link below.
This Almanac report and all the charts found in the report, as well as past editions, are available under Document Downloads. The full report is available on the Capital Link site through the External Links below.
Doing More with Less: Operational and Financial Strategies of Eight Community Clinics