theFranaGroup announced today the awarding of $1,735,445 in the first year funding from the Affordable Care Act to provide funds to establish three new Community Health Centers in three states.
ROCKFORD, IL (June 19, 2012) – theFranaGroup, a national healthcare consulting firm, announced today the awarding of $1,735,445 in first year funding from the Affordable Care Act to provide funds to establish three new Community Health Centers in three states; Illinois, Kansas and Wisconsin. In the second year each award will be $650,000 for a total $1,950,000. These grants will allow these communities to expand primary health care services to additional persons as part of the planned expansion of health centers under the Affordable Care Act.
theFranaGroup has secured over $255 million in direct grant funding for clients in the past twelve years and another $633 million in enhanced reimbursement for services, totaling over $886 million to provide care to the uninsured and low income patients. theFranaGroup has an extraordinary application success rate with 23 New Access Point Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) clinics funded since 1999. In the last twelve years, they have worked with over 100 organizations, reviewed over 200 clinical sites in 35 states and Puerto Rico.
theFranaGroup is a national health care consulting firm headquartered in Rockford, IL, specializing in Federally Qualified Health Centers. Clients include health systems, public health departments, hospitals, private practices, residency programs, free clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers. Frana previously served as President & CEO of Crusader Community Health, a Federally Qualified Health Center, in Rockford for 23 years before establishing his own national consulting firm.