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Community Health Funding Report

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CareFusion Foundation Update: Clinical Grants On Hold

This foundation plans to put on hold its Clinical Excellence grantmaking for at least some of 2015, in order to develop new priorities and analyze giving results.

posted 4/24/15 2:56 PM  read complete story

New RFPs Coming from Robert Wood Johnson

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation indicates it plans to soon release RFPs for three major programs.

posted 4/24/15 08:35 AM  read complete story

Foundation's Health Funding at Work in NW Arkansas

The Endeavor Foundation, which provides support for projects addressing the health-related issues in northwest Arkansas, has awarded $585,000 to help a community clinic open a Fayetteville storefront that will provide mental health and supportive services to local residents.

posted 4/24/15 02:54 AM  read complete story

Funds Help Address Cognitive Health Issues

The Department of Health and Human Services will award three grants totaling $2 million for one of the elements of its Healthy Brain Initiative.

posted 4/22/15 1 PM  read complete story

Ohio Health, Human Service Funds Available

Health providers in Ohio will benefit from the $6.8 million awarded by the George Fund Foundation. The foundation is able to take a fairly broad definition of health, to include things like food banks, mobile clinics and policy-based projects.

posted 4/22/15 12:49 PM  read complete story

Blue Shield Offers Millions in New Health Grants for CA

Blue Shield of California Foundation is awarding $6.3 million in 2015 grantmaking, with a focus on promoting innovation and new ideas that (1) improve health care services, and (2) better address the need for domestic violence services.

posted 4/22/15 12:44 PM  read complete story

Morehouse Project: Good 'Patient Centered Care' Model

The university will use the money to continue supporting its neighborhood-based, medical home project, which is designed to take a "culturally relevant approach to coordinate care, help patients manage chronic diseases and reduce emergency care visits, improving outcomes and reducing costs."

posted 4/21/15 09:51 AM  read complete story

SW Funder Celebrates Milestone

The foundation is a major funder of health providers in the Southwest, having awarded more than $140 million in the past 20 years, with more than 300 organizations receiving a total of 1,700 grants.

posted 4/17/15 11:19 AM  read complete story

Foundation Helps Telehealth, Community Health Centers

The Tennessee Primary Care Association receives $900,000 from the United Health Foundation to support "Tennessee Quality Connect," a new program designed to connect health care professionals and patients through Community Health Centers (CHCs) using telehealth.

posted 4/14/15 03:38 AM  read complete story

New Funding Announcement to Focus on Infant Mortality

At a meeting of the Health Resources and Services Administration's Advisory Committee on Infant Mortality, members discussed plans by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Centers for Disease Control to develop a new funding announcement in 2016 to help more states develop and implement Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring programs.

posted 4/10/15 07:53 AM  read complete story

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