Finance Roundtable planned for Council members
Is the UFR now more important than ever?
The Uniform Financial Report has long been a document that providers would submit annually. After that submission, you might not think about it again unless you received a deficiency notice or until you had to file next year’s UFR.
Those days, however, have changed. The UFR has now become the top tool used by the state in establishing Chapter 257 rates. The information you’re submitting this year could be used in determining your rates two years from now.
Join this panel discussion at Justice Resource Institute in Needham on Tuesday, September 30. Learn how the UFR has been used to establish Chapter 257 rates and find out about changes in requirements when submitting your UFR. This session is appropriate for CEOs, CFOs, consultants and those individuals responsible for preparing the UFR.
Our panelists will include:
- Ron Ardine, Director of Administration & Finance/CFO, The Key Program
- Bisser Dokov, Budget Director, Justice Resource Institute
- Rick LieBerman, Vice President of Administration, Justice Resource Institute (moderator)
- Janet O’Neill, Director, CBIZ Tofias
This roundtable begins at 10:30 am and concludes around noon.