Disability Network Business Strategies: A Roadmap to Financial and Programmatic Sustainability for Community-Based Organizations
Step 5: Monitor, Evaluate and Respond
ADvancing States is pleased to announce the release of the fifth and final module of the HCBS Business Acumen Center Toolkit, “Disability Network Business Strategies: A Roadmap to Financial and Programmatic Sustainability for Community-Based Organizations”. This resource is a ‘how-to’ guide designed to help Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) evaluate, plan, develop, implement and monitor strategies to help build and sustain their organizations in various business climates.
The first module, Step 1: Prepare provides guidance to CBOs serving people with disabilities on the information, data and people needed to inform the development of their strategic plan; The second module, Step 2: Plan provides guidance on how to analyze, prioritize, and organize the information and data collected in Step 1. The third module, Step 3: Stabilize and the fourth module, Step 4: Grow and Develop work in tandem to help CBOs execute the strategic plans they develop for their organizations.
Step 5: Monitor, Evaluate and Respond discusses the activities that CBOs need to do in order to ensure that their strategic plans stay on track. This includes monitoring their finances, compliance requirements and quality measures as well as implementing ongoing continuous quality improvement efforts.
These user-friendly resources include a collection of templates that CBOs and their teams can use to conduct their environmental scan, identify and develop strategic priorities and potential strategies, develop and implement strategic and operational plans and monitor the effectiveness and progress of those plans.
To access the HCBS Business Acumen Center Toolkit, click here.
For more information about the HCBS Business Acumen Center, click here.
This effort is led by ADvancing States in partnership with national organizations and funded through a grant from the Administration for Community Living .*
* Grant Partners include: American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD), American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR), Mercer Health & Benefits LLC, National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS), National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD), National Council on Independent Living (NCIL), National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), University of Minnesota – Institute of Community Integration.