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Many community-based organizations receive funding from government contracts and foundation grants. Usually, these contracts are based on line-item budgets for a very specific scope of work. However, over the last few years new potential funding sources have materialized, primarily through the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. This guide offers considerations along with helpful tools to develop pricing for integrated care and community-based services.

Date Updated: 09/05/2015

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