Health centers deliver affordable, accessible, quality and cost-effective primary health care to patients regardless of their ability to pay.  Health centers have become an essential primary care provider for Alaska'a vulnerable populations.  Health centers practice a model of coordinated, comprehensive, and patient-centered care.  Alaska Primary Care Association supports 27 Community Health Centers that currently provide medical, dental, behavioral health, substance use disorder, and vision care to over 113,000 patients.

Health centers focus on integrating care for their patients across the full range of services - but also deliver crucial services such as case management, transportation, and health education, which enable vulnerable populations to access care.  Alaska's Community Health Centers strive for increasing access to care, improving health outcomes, and reducing health care costs.

The Alaska Primary Care Association strives to empower our Community Health Centers with training events offered throughout the year.   


Request for Proposal

Alaska Primary Care Association (APCA) is an Anchorage-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization seeking a financial auditing firm for a potential three-year contract.  APCA is mostly grant-funded with a total budget of approximately $3.4 Million and ~26 employees.  The following includes a Request for Proposal which describes the scope of work and the criteria by which proposals will be evaluated:

Written questions about the RFP are due to APCA no later than April 26, 2019. Proposals are due no later than noon on May 6, 2019 to Ms. Cortney Senkler at [email protected].


Upcoming Events

 

Event Name

 

Dates

 

Registration

 

APCA Data- Driven Population Health Quality Improvement Summit

 

2019 NCQA Introduction to PCMH and Advanced PCMH

 

 April 23rd & 24th

 

 

May 22-24