Funding

Keystone Bridges the Gap for Patients in Need

The Leadership Team at Keystone does everything in its power to keep costs low and ensure that treatment is affordable for those who need care for serious health concerns. In fact, less than 20 percent of our annual operating budget is covered by patient fees—the rest of our funds come from Medicaid, the public sector, including federal, state, and local monies, grants and individual donations.

An Ideal Public-Private Partnership

Keystone is an ideal public-private partnership, which means that we do receive funds from the government, but we use taxpayer money only as the last resort, raising as much as possible through other avenues. This gives Keystone, and the people who come to us for help, the security that results from government assistance, but with greater autonomy and flexibility. Together, Keystone and other agencies can do more for York County than any of us could do alone.

how it all breaks down:

Where Keystone’s Funding Comes From

Total budget for FY18: $5.5 million

27%    Medicaid

23%    State

19%    Patient Fees

15%    Federal

9%     Local

5%     Donations & Grants

1%     United Way

1%     Interests & Other