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HRSA Rural Health Care Services and Telehealth Network Funding Opportunities

Health Resources & Services AdministrationMcAllister & Quinn, a Washington DC consulting firm that will provide strategic planning, analysis, and grant writing/project management services to the Long School of Medicine with the goal of secure funding from multiple sources, including the federal government has sent the information below. McAllister & Quinn will be coming to campus in late September to speak more directly with faculty about their services and how we can strategically plan future grant submissions. These HRSA opportunities are on a multi-year cycle, so they likely won’t be released again until FY20 or FY21. If there is interest in pursuing this and our office can provide support for these conversations please contact Courtney Peebles

HRSA: Rural Health Care Services Outreach Program – HRSA-18-030

ORHP’s Outreach Program is a community-based program targeted to improve outreach and service delivery in local and regional rural communities. The goals for the Outreach Program are the following:

1)      Expand the delivery of health care services to include new and enhanced services exclusively in rural communities.

2)      Deliver health care services through a strong consortium, in which every consortium member organization is actively involved and engaged in the planning and delivery of services.

3)      Utilize and/or adapt an evidence-based or promising practice model(s) in the delivery of health care services.

Improve population health, demonstrate health outcomes and sustainability Proposed projects will have an outcome- oriented approach that will enhance and sustain the delivery of effective health care in rural communities.  Proposed projects will be grounded in an evidence-based or promising practice model(s) in order to avoid “reinventing the wheel”. 

HRSA: Telehealth Network Development Planning Program – HRSA-18-034

The purpose of the Network Planning program is to assist in the development of an integrated health care network, specifically for entities that do not have a history of formal collaborative efforts.  Health care networks can be an effective strategy to help smaller rural health care providers and health care service organizations align resources and strategies, achieve economies of scale and efficiency, and address challenges more effectively as a group than as single providers.  The Network Planning program promotes the planning and development of healthcare networks in order to: (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of essential health care services; and (iii) strengthen the rural health care system as a whole.