The purpose of this webinar is to:
- Describe the criteria for determining if a program or activity is a community benefit
- Give examples of activities that should and should not be reported within categories of community benefit.
Who Should Attend
This event is relevant for community benefit leaders, mission leaders, finance, legal and compliance staff and others who have roles in community benefit planning and programs.
Trina S. Hackensmith
Trina Hackensmith joined Lyon Software in February, 2006. With a background in finance, computer networking and customer relations, she initially served in technical and customer support. Within several months, Trina transitioned into training hospitals, health systems, senior living communities, and colleges and universities how to use Lyon Software's CBISA(tm) (Community Benefit Inventory for Social Accountability) program. She is now a Vice President and lead trainer for Lyon Software and enjoys travelling around the country meeting and training community benefit champions. Trina also serves of the Catholic Health Association's What Counts Task Force which provides community benefit reporting guidance to the field.
Trina graduated from Liberty University in 1986 with a B.S. degree in Finance and enjoyed a long career in the mortgage banking industry prior to joining Lyon Software.
Julie Trocchio, MS
Senior Director, Community Benefit and Continuing Care
Julie Trocchio is senior director of community benefit and continuing care at the Catholic Health Association of the United States. She is based in CHA's Washington, D.C. office.
Ms. Trocchio carries out programmatic and advocacy activities related to community benefit, tax exemption, environmental sustainability and long-term care. She also is the CHA liaison to the executives of state Catholic health associations and conferences.
Before joining CHA in 1988, she was director of delivery of services at the American Health Care Association in Washington, D.C., a nonprofit organization that represents long-term care facilities. Ms. Trocchio also was a public health nurse for the Montgomery County Health Department in Rockville, Md., and has worked as a staff nurse for a hospital and nursing home facility. Ms. Trocchio earned a bachelor's degree from the Georgetown University School of Nursing in Washington, D.C., and a master's degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing in Baltimore.