Community Benefit Financials
CPMC’s quantifiable community benefit expenditures are outlined below. CPMC contributions to the community totaled $170.5 million in 2015.
|Services to the Poor and Underserved||$90,290||$124,080||$125,505||$129,811|
|Benefits to the Broader Community||$46,031||$43,291||$37,829||$40,668|
Services for the Poor and Underserved
|Charity Care |
(including Healthy San Francisco)
|Unpaid Costs of Medi-Cal |
(Medi-Cal shortfall )
|Other Government-Sponsored Means-Tested Programs||$0||$0||$0||$5,199|
|Other Benefits for the Poor |
- Traditional charity care: Charity care covers health care services provided to persons who meet categorical and financial criteria inhibiting them from affording the care provided.
- Unpaid costs of Medi-Cal: The Medi-Cal shortfall is the difference between reimbursement from Medi-Cal and the cost of providing the services.
- Other Benefits for the Poor and Underserved: Benefits provided to persons who cannot afford health care because of inadequate resources and are uninsured or underinsured, and cash donations to community partners for services to the underserved.
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Benefits for the Broader Community
|Education and Research||$45,258||$42,651||$37,354||$37,866|
|Cash and In-Kind Donations||$503||$305||$213||$202|
|Other Community Benefits||$2||$80||$80||$100|
- Non-Billed Services: Health screenings and other health-related services, support groups, and community health education seminars and classes.
- Education and Research: The cost of training health care professionals and performing medical research.
- Cash and In-Kind Donations: Contributions CPMC makes to community agencies to fund charitable activities for the broader community.
- Other Community Benefits: The costs associated with community-building activities, community benefit program administration, and community health needs assessment.
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