The Foundation for Community Health (FCH) seeks consulting services to assess and develop recommendations for its school based oral health program. Proposals are requested by April 15th, 2019 by 5pm EST. Complete proposals should be submitted as a single PDF and not exceed 5 pages.
To access the RFP: www.fchealth.org in the Of Interest section: http://www.fchealth.org/sites/default/files/foundation_for_community_health_schoolbasedoralhealthrfp.pdf
Scope of Services
Scope of services will encompass an assessment of current school based oral health partners in order to determine current and project operational costs of the program. Including, an assessment of current billing practices, an analysis of historical and projected payer mix, and other relevant factors such as organizational context and state policies. A final report will include an assessment of the various factors influencing operational costs and provide tailored recommendations for each program partner based on each partner’s program model, organizational structure, and context in which each provider practices (state, school district(s), surrounding community).
May 2019 Meetings held with partner providers to refine scope of project
Development of final work plan and outline of final report
June Coordination with partner providers to collect necessary data and identification of any third party data sources or individuals/organizations for stakeholder interviews (if necessary)
July – September Assessment and analysis of all relevant data and information
October Draft of final report shared with FCH for review
November 2019 Final Report Submitted
Full RFP available: www.fchealth.org in the "Of Interest" section on the home page.
We are a private, not-for-profit foundation dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the residents of the greater Harlem Valley in New York and the northern Litchfield Hills of Connecticut. To accomplish our mission, we make grants, conduct research, provide technical assistance, and support collaboration and advocacy.
The Foundation for Community Health was initially funded with the net assets of the sale and conversion of Sharon Hospital and is a supporting organization of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley and the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation.