Community Benefit Financials
CPMC is proud of its commitment to Community Benefit, as well as to increasing it over time. In the past four years alone CPMC has accomplished the following:
- Charity care contributions increased by 168 percent
- Total quantifiable services to the poor increased by 113 percent
|Services to the Poor and Underserved||$80,294||$101,080||$99,089||$90,290|
|Benefits to the Broader Community||$61,069||$56,898||$52,347||$46,031|
Services for the Poor and Underserved
|Charity Care |
|Unpaid Costs of Medi-Cal |
(Medi-Cal shortfall )
|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 & Research|
and Workforce Development
|Cash and In-kind Donations||$502||$473||$544||$503|
|Other Community Benefits||$39||$12||$1||$2|
- Non-Billed Services: Health screenings and other health-related services, training health professionals, and educating the community with various seminars and classes.
- Education & Research and Workforce Development: The cost of performing medical research.
- Cash and In-Kind Donations: Contributions CPMC makes to community agencies to fund charitable activities.
- Other Community Benefits: The costs associated with providing free clinics and community services.
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