These two assessment tools can help a community-based organization (CBO) determine their capacity to enter into health care contracting partnerships.
The ACL Business Acumen: Contracting Life Cycle Self-Assessment tool, developed for the Administration for Community Living’s (ACL) Business Acumen Learning Collaborative, is a detailed self assessment tool, measuring capacity on all stages of a contracting process, from pre-assessment on through to the formal contracting phase.
The n4a Self-Assessment Tool: MLTSS Opportunities for CBOs focuses on helping a CBO take a thumb-nail picture of what products and services might be the organization’s most attractive and effective offerings to payers. It is a snapshot and not intended to produce a final plan. Rather, it will help CBO leaders to make an initial force-rank assessment from which the organization can explore and refine. This tool is designed to complement the ACL CBO Self-Assessment Tool above.
View the resource: ACL Business Acumen: Contracting Life Cycle Self-Assessment
View the resource: n4a Self-Assessment Tool: MLTSS Opportunities for CBOs