Money is obviously an important topic for health center boards. Each month board members receive a financial report from the Board’s Finance Committee. Because it can be difficult to relate the numbers in the report to the center’s financial condition, board members may rely on the Finance Committee to let them know if there are any problems. Remember, though, the entire board, not just the Finance Committee, is ultimately responsible for the center’s financial stability, which includes having enough money to pay the bills. Two financial reports that all board members ought to review are the balance statement and the cash flow report.