Advance Interoperable Health Information Technology Services to Support Health Information Exchange
This is a a limited competition open only to existing program grantees.
Larry Jessup, Program Director
Advance Interoperable Health Information Technology Services to Support Health Information Exchange awards will fund interstate and intrastate efforts to provide training, education, and technical assistance services to minimize barriers and support care providers with incorporating health information exchange to improve care coordination, population management, and measurement reporting.
Grantees should use partnerships to send, receive, find, and use a common clinical data set across unaffiliated organizations. These partnerships will improve care coordination, promote a learning community, and promote self-management by offering individuals access to their medical records where they live/work.
Grantees must be states, territories, or state designated entities (SDEs), however intrastate, interstate, and regional partnerships are encouraged.
Applicants must serve one eligible care provider, which include:
- Eligible professionals
- Critical Access Hospitals/Rural Hospitals
AND at least two non-eligible care providers, which include:
- Long-term care and post-acute care providers
- Behavioral health providers
- Other settings and care providers (i.e. safety net providers, public health, social services, emergency medical services, learners, researchers)
This funding is intended to focus on populations and care settings where health IT adoption and use lags behind, including rural and underserved communities.
Eligible applicants are existing program grantees who were awarded under funding opportunity number IX-IX-15-001.
Award Amount: $625,000
Total Funding Available: $2,500,000
Expected Number of Awards: 4
There is a match requirement of $1 for every $3 federal dollars. Match funds may be non-federal cash or in-kind.
Links to the full announcement and online application process are available through grants.gov.
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