How We Fund Our Care
Community Health Centers bridge the healthcare gap
Mosaic is one of 34 Community Health Centers in the State of Oregon and provides care to residents in Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties. We operate 15 of the 270 Community Health Center locations that exist statewide. Collectively, Oregon’s Community Health Centers provide critical primary care to over 466,000 individuals each year.
Quality is a major driver behind our funding
80% Patient Services
15% Federal Grants
3.5% Other Revenue
1.5% Private Grants
Eighty percent of Mosaic’s revenue is generated through patient services. Of that, approximately 55% comes from quality incentive funding and capitated payments for individuals enrolled in Medicaid or Medicare. These payments are based on the quality of care provided, not the quantity. This means that Mosaic gets paid for keeping people healthy and out of the exam room rather than getting them in it.
Mosaic receives approximately 15% of our funding from the federal government. Federal funding helps us care for those who are uninsured and helps us provide wraparound care for all our patients.
Roughly 3.5% of our funding comes from miscellaneous sources. These include individual donations, interest on our investments, and rental income among other things.
The remaining 1.5% of our revenue comes from private grantors. These grants typically cover specific projects and initiatives as described below.
Advancing innovative ideas
Mosaic partners with private foundations looking to advance innovative care concepts. Below are a few recent grant examples focused on specific advancements in the healthcare sphere.
Media Release: M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Supports Madras Health Center
Media Release: Collins Foundation Grant Supports Madras Health Center
Media Release: Mosaic Receives Grant for Colorectal Cancer Screenings
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