Cenevia is an experienced resource with proven success in optimizing clinical, financial, and operational outcomes for HCCNs and their health centers in a highly regulated, continuously changing industry.
Cenevia’s 25+ years of experience has ranged from supporting over 162 FQHC sites with over 1000 providers, across 28 states, and DC. With over 21 unique industry certifications, the experienced Cenevia team generates over tens of millions of dollars annually for its valued customers.
Credentialing & Enrollment:
Rooted in its NCQA accreditation and intimate understanding of the complexities of credentialing for FQHCs, Cenevia’s credentialing solutions routinely allow for new providers to be credentialed and enrolled with health plans in a fraction of the time, thus resulting in healthcare entities being able to receive reimbursement for services provided more quickly. Learn more.
Patient Billing & Revenue Cycle Management:
Cenevia’s revenue cycle management staff have experience optimizing patient revenue across all payer types. Benefits include higher gross margins, maximized claims collections, decreased time to receive reimbursement, and reduced accounts receivable. Additional services also include its clearing house and coverage detection automation. Cenevia’s services are not limited to a single EMR.. Learn more.
Reduce your FQHC documentation, improve efficient HIT workflows and increase standard of patient care with EHR consulting, end-user support, KPI reporting, data quality, security, compliance, and hosting. Learn more.
Cenevia’s team has the strategic capabilities and experience to help you navigate your growth and operational objectives.
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Note: Cenevia is a community health center-owned and governed provider network, and was legally incorporated as a statewide network organization in 1996 consistent with the Affiliation Policies of the Bureau of Primary Health Care.
Community Health Best Practices, LLC is a nonprofit network comprised of 17 of the nation’s leading community health centers. Our Members operate federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) in Oregon, Washington, Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Hawaii, Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, and Puerto Rico, and they provide comprehensive primary care and behavioral health services to all patients regardless of the patients’ ability to pay for such services. Our Member’s health centers annually provide care to more than 1.7 million individuals (approximately 7.8 million patient encounters). Of all patients served, 91.2% are low income and 76.5% identify as a racial or ethnic minority.
Community Health Best Practices, LLC was formed for the purpose of supporting the nonprofit and community-focused missions of our Member organizations. The LLC carries out this purpose by:
- Procuring grant funds and donations to further the nonprofit missions of the LLC’s member health centers;
- Developing and implementing collaborative purchasing programs designed to leverage the combined size and purchasing power of the LLC’s Members in order to obtain favorable product and service pricing; and
- Providing educational programs and learning collaboratives designed to perpetuate evidence-based operational and clinical “best practices” within our Member health centers.
The health centers that comprise Community Health Best Practices, LLC have a significant impact on the communities we serve. Not only are our safety net health care and social service programs vital to our patients and clients, but we are a major economic driver in many urban, rural and frontier communities throughout the United States.
VRHA is a vehicle for health care initiatives; a mechanism to get information back directly to policymakers and state leadership – “Policy into Practice”. VHRA provides alignment of health care initiatives at a national and state level. VRHA staff have a deep understanding of the components and how initiatives interlock. VRHA does work that is directed by FQHC participants and responds to the needs of FQHCs.
Breakwater Health Network (BHN) is a 501(c)3 horizontal rural Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) whose Mission is to support its members by developing and sustaining systems that foster clinical excellence and healthy communities. BHN has five formal member organizations, including three Section 330(e) Community Health Centers and two dually funded (330 e and g) Community-Migrant Health Centers. Breakwater Health Network members have been working together formally for nearly twenty years and have a strong track record of being a performance-driven, innovative organization with proven results for members and funders.
Breakwater Health Network member health centers provide care through 28 clinical sites (including two mobile units) in primarily rural medically underserved areas of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and Illinois – a service delivery area spanning over 100,000 square miles and 116 counties.