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Meeting

What Counts as Community Benefit? What are the Implications of COVID-19?

May 19, 2020, 2:00 PM - May 19, 2020, 3:00 PM Eastern Time

Member Price: $0.00
Non-Member Price: $100.00
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If you would like to register by phone, please call us at (800) 230-7823 (M-F, 8 AM to 5 PM Central).

Description

Co-sponsored by CHA and Vizient

Does it count as community benefit? What are the guiding principles for reporting (and not reporting) community benefit programs? What are some reporting considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Presenters Trina Hackensmith of Lyon Software and Julie Trocchio of the Catholic Health Association will review the basic guidelines from the IRS Form 990, Schedule H, Instructions and from CHA’s Guide for Planning and Reporting Community Benefit that can help answer these questions.  They will also review the categories of community benefit and what should and should not be reported in each, and discuss reporting considerations for community benefit during COVID-19 pandemic.  

Objectives
The purpose of this webinar is to:

  • Describe the criteria for determining whether a program or activity is a community benefit
  • Give examples of recommended activities that should and should not be reported within categories of community benefit

Who Should Attend
This webinar is relevant for the following groups:

  • Community benefit leaders
  • Mission leaders
  • Finance, legal and compliance staff
  • Those who have roles in community benefit planning and programs

Speakers

Trina Hackensmith
Vice President
Lyon Software

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, Ms. Hackensmith transitioned into training hospitals, health systems, senior living communities and colleges and universities how to use Lyon Software's CBISA (Community Benefit Inventory for Social Accountability) program. She now serves as vice president and lead trainer for Lyon Software and enjoys travelling throughout the country meeting and training community benefit champions. Before joining Lyon Software, she enjoyed a long career in the mortgage banking industry.

Ms. Hackensmith also serves on CHA's What Counts Task Force that provides community benefit reporting guidance to the field.

Ms. Hackensmith graduated from Liberty University in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in finance.

Julie Trocchio, MSN
Senior Director, Community Benefit and Continuing Care
Catholic Health Association of the United States

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 where she carries out programmatic and advocacy activities related to community benefit, tax exemption, environmental sustainability and long-term care.

Before joining CHA, she was director of delivery of services at the American Health Care Association and a public health nurse for the Montgomery County Health Department in Rockville, Maryland. Ms. Trocchio earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from Georgetown University and a master's degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing.

Co-sponsored by CHA and Vizient

Does it count as community benefit? What are the guiding principles for reporting (and not reporting) community benefit programs? What are some reporting considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Presenters Trina Hackensmith of Lyon Software and Julie Trocchio of the Catholic Health Association will review the basic guidelines from the IRS Form 990, Schedule H, Instructions and from CHA’s Guide for Planning and Reporting Community Benefit that can help answer these questions.  They will also review the categories of community benefit and what should and should not be reported in each, and discuss reporting considerations for community benefit during COVID-19 pandemic.  

Objectives
The purpose of this webinar is to:

  • Describe the criteria for determining whether a program or activity is a community benefit
  • Give examples of recommended activities that should and should not be reported within categories of community benefit

Who Should Attend
This webinar is relevant for the following groups:

  • Community benefit leaders
  • Mission leaders
  • Finance, legal and compliance staff
  • Those who have roles in community benefit planning and programs

Speakers

Trina Hackensmith
Vice President
Lyon Software

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, Ms. Hackensmith transitioned into training hospitals, health systems, senior living communities and colleges and universities how to use Lyon Software's CBISA (Community Benefit Inventory for Social Accountability) program. She now serves as vice president and lead trainer for Lyon Software and enjoys travelling throughout the country meeting and training community benefit champions. Before joining Lyon Software, she enjoyed a long career in the mortgage banking industry.

Ms. Hackensmith also serves on CHA's What Counts Task Force that provides community benefit reporting guidance to the field.

Ms. Hackensmith graduated from Liberty University in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in finance.

Julie Trocchio, MSN
Senior Director, Community Benefit and Continuing Care
Catholic Health Association of the United States

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 where she carries out programmatic and advocacy activities related to community benefit, tax exemption, environmental sustainability and long-term care.

Before joining CHA, she was director of delivery of services at the American Health Care Association and a public health nurse for the Montgomery County Health Department in Rockville, Maryland. Ms. Trocchio earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from Georgetown University and a master's degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing.


Please note: All times listed are Eastern Time.
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by phone, please call us at
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