• Health and Well-Being
  • Organizational Excellence

This will be an interactive workshop based on the extensive work of Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) in supporting community-based organizations to partner with health care, including real-time findings from the Advancing Resilience in Community Health (ARCH) Initiative, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. ARCH is supporting networks of nonprofit community-based organizations across the U.S. to develop new partnership approaches, payment models, and contracts with large health care organizations to achieve better health outcomes. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the various kinds of networks of community-based organizations that are contracting with, or in negotiation with large healthcare organizations 
  • Learn about pros and cons of negotiating as a network 
  • Hear about the latest approaches to contracts and payment models, including the payor perspective 
  • Learn about preparing for contracts, including approaches to unit pricing, with an opportunity to apply costing tools to your own work  


  • Sophia Raday, manager, Nonprofit Finance Fund