Thread Options
#2266630 - 02/18/22 10:13 PM CD: Speech Pathology- Middle Income Tract
Norman Paperman Offline
Diamond Poster
Norman Paperman
Joined: Aug 2012
Posts: 1,656
48.934476, -114.343735
Let's hear your votes. New speech pathology clinic in a middle income tract which takes 60% of their income from Medicare.

CD or no?
_________________________
Maybe you just wanna fly the plane yourself. Well good luck pressing take off, then auto pilot, then land.


CRCM

Return to Top
CRA
#2266655 - 02/22/22 01:22 PM Re: CD: Speech Pathology- Middle Income Tract Norman Paperman
Soccer Offline
Diamond Poster
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 1,018
Utopia
Medicare or Medicaid? If Medicaid, I would make the argument for yes. I recently had this come up with a service for special needs individuals with NYS and when they pushed back I was able to prove via their annual financial statement they receive more than 50% of income from Medicaid disbursements. It was then accepted.
_________________________
Everything happens for a reason

Return to Top
#2266659 - 02/22/22 02:52 PM Re: CD: Speech Pathology- Middle Income Tract Norman Paperman
Len S Offline
Diamond Poster
Joined: Oct 2004
Posts: 1,945
Connecticut
Medicare is not related to income so it is of no value regarding determining a beneficiaries income class although many people on Medicare may be low- or moderate-income persons. So it would not be definitive enough to satisfy examiners about the income class of people getting services at the clinic.
_________________________
CRA Exam Preparation, CRA Performance Evaluations, Key Performance Benchmarks, & maps

Return to Top
#2266740 - 02/23/22 03:57 PM Re: CD: Speech Pathology- Middle Income Tract Norman Paperman
Norman Paperman Offline
Diamond Poster
Norman Paperman
Joined: Aug 2012
Posts: 1,656
48.934476, -114.343735
Both of these comments have been helpful. I'll go back to the file and review it again. Thank you.
_________________________
Maybe you just wanna fly the plane yourself. Well good luck pressing take off, then auto pilot, then land.


CRCM

Return to Top