Federally Qualified Health Centers
A Division of P. M. Talbot Enterprises
If you are looking to achieve FQHC Look-Alike or FQHC 330(e) Grantee status, Patricia Talbot, RN, CNM, BHSA, can assist you in the transformation of your health center in becoming a FQHC and the application process.
If you are looking for help for your FQHC, Patricia Talbot can provide the knowledge, support and tools that you need.
Unlike most consultants, Patricia Talbot, lived and breathed the FQHC world for years as the CEO of a FQHC and can provide
practical, hands on approach you need, tailored to your particular situation, for tangible results.
The list below provides some of the services Patricia Talbot offers. Contact Patricia Talbot to discuss your situation
further with no financial obligation. She would be happy to speak with you.
> Operational Support
> Grant Application and Assistance
> Research Information for Grant Applications & Reports
> 330e Grantee & FQHC Look-A-Like Annual Reports
> Pre-HRSA Site Review Assessment - Plan of Action
> Program Development Assistance
> Change of Scope Assistance
> 855 CMS Application Assistance
> State Licensing & Program Certification Assistance
> FTCA Application Assistance
> Patient-Centered Health Home Facilitation/Coaching*
> NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Certification Support
> Regulations Integrations
> Policies & Procedures Development/Revision/Editing
> Standardized Procedures Development/Revision/Editing
> Evidence-Based Patient-Centric Health Design/Clinical Flow
> Innovated Ideas for Consideration/Research/White Paper Brief
> Strategic Planning
> As Requested
An Expert in the FQHC World
As a previous Health Center CEO of 18 years, Patricia Talbot, RN, CNM(Ret), BHSA, transformed her organization from being a community clinic fee-for-service Medicaid/Medicare facility to becoming a freestanding Rural Health Clinic (RHC 95-210) then to a FQHC Look-A-Like and then later becoming a FQHC 330(e) grantee. She has the hands-on experience and the breathe and depth knowledge in developing and implementing all aspects of becoming a FQHC, from assisting with Bylaws, changing governance, developing programs to writing the application and then positioning the organization to function as a strong community FQHC. During her tenure at the Health Center, she submitted the 330(e) competitive, non-competitive, and expansion grant applications, OSHPD and UDS reports, licensed two new facilities, including a mobile medical van, and submitted Scope of Service changes. In 2011, her Health Center was studied by the California Health Care Foundation and Capital Link as one of the high gradient functioning FQHC of the eight studied with sound financials and consistent productivity (Doing More With Less, Issue Brief - November 2011). Patricia Talbot is accredited in bringing over $15 million to her health center in federal grant funding with the most recent award in 2012, a $5,000,000 capital HRSA grant that scored 98/100.