Fiscal Management Training - Fiscal Health
HealthHIV, as part of its HRSA/HAB-supported Fiscal Health project, will conduct a regional training in Providence, Rhode Island, at Brown University Public Health Education Training Center Facility on April 4-5.
The training will focus
on HRSA program and fiscal requirements and contracts management with
specifications for Rhode Island. The knowledge and training emphasis will
pertain to monitoring standards, budgeting, fiscal standards and quality
controls for sub grantees and vendors.
Topics to be presented include: Roles of Fiscal and Program Staff and Priming the Pump Program Requirements.
The training will culminate with proactive collaborative discussions relative to monitoring and site visit systems review amongst the grantee and vendors.
Subject matter expert consultants will lead the interactive community learning segments focusing on fiscal sustainability and accountability.
To participate, fill out the Fiscal Health Partnership Application.
The goal of Fiscal Health: Systems to Sustainability is to ensure the fiscal sustainability of Ryan White funded grantees. HealthHIV will accomplish this by building participant’s organizational fiscal management capacity, diversifying and improving income streams, and developing and enhancing operational fiscal systems. HealthHIV will meet this goal through multiple activities offering various ways for individuals to learn. Systems to Sustainability will provide onsite group trainings as well as one-on-one learning, which will be both in-person and online.
Systems to Sustainability is an enhanced approach to building the organizational and specifically the fiscal health of Ryan White-funded organizations and providers. This program focuses on the aggregate and individual-level fiscal management capacity-building needs identified by HealthHIV and collected over the past six years. The Program considers the current and future healthcare funding and organizational environment in which programs operate. HealthHIV will utilize a diverse and culturally competent team of fiscal management experts to design and implement an effective training curriculum targeting Ryan White providers throughout the U.S. from 2011-2014.
Fiscal Training At-A-Glance
- Convene a fiscal management key informant panel
- Design and implement a virtual Learning Community targeting up to 250 present or previously trained Ryan White providers.
- Design and facilitate four reginoal learning communities in Rhode Island, Tennessee, New Jersey, and Nevada.
- Implement twenty to twenty-five episodes of individualized TA via phone, email or in person to 20-25 Ryan White providers.
- Produce two webinars reaching 100 Ryan White providers.
- Host two informatioal seminars focused on Fiscal Health and Organizaitional Sustainability for 30-50 targeted Ryan White service providers, subgrantees and vendors.
Fiscal Management Training Content Areas
• Revenue generation/diversification
• Nonprofit accounting (internal controls,
Cities or regions interested in collaborating with HealthHIV to bring the CLT training to their area should download and complete the Fiscal Health partnership application or complete the online application here. Applications should be completed by the proposed partner, typically a Ryan White Administrator.
Completed applications can be submitted by email or fax. Please email completed applications to or fax completed applications to 202-232-6750.
HealthHIV offers training specifically for organizational and fiscal leaders at eligible organizations. The following Ryan White HIV/AIDS program recipients are eligible for this training:
- Part A sub-grantees
- Part B sub-grantees
- Part C EIS grantees and sub-grantees, and
- Part D grantees and sub-grantees.
Each year, eligible organizations apply for selection.
Overview: This five part training covers a range of financial management issues, including: strategic budgeting, general finance, budgeting, accounting controls, financial statements. Each section of the training can be taken individually, or the webinar can be viewed in its entirety.
Overview: Specifically designed for members of the Ryan White Community, this webinar is a comprehensive overview of issues related to determining the eligibility of patients applying to Ryan White programs.
Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
For additional information , or if you are interested in partnering with HealthHIV to bring a CLT training to your area, please email , or call (202) 232-6749.
This training is offered free-of-charge to participants through a cooperative agreement with the Division of Training and Technical Assistance in the HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).