Kansas Community-Based Primary Care Clinic Program
Application: Mar 15, 2021
The Community-Based Primary Care Clinic Program (CBPCC) provides grant funds to clinics to make primary medical and dental care, prescription drugs, and preventive healthcare services accessible and affordable to underserved Kansas residents, including uninsured individuals and those enrolled in public insurance programs that are operated by the State of Kansas and/or federal government with eligibility based on income (KanCare).
Applicant clinics must be nonprofit or publicly-funded clinics providing at least primary medical and/or dental care services (or planning to provide at least primary care medical and/or dental services for clinics not yet in operation). Funded clinics must have a policy of non-discrimination in the provision of health care services, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, religion, or national origin. Clinics must provide services open to the entire community in their service area regardless of ability to pay, including a discounted fee schedule with reasonable charges for individuals below 200% of the federal poverty level. The discounted fee schedule must be in writing and be made available upon request. Clinics must have publicly posted signage to ensure that patients are aware of the availability of sliding fee discount. Additional eligibility information is available on the program website.
Funding varies depending on available state funds and are distributed based on a formula.
New applicants should submit a written intent to apply to email@example.com by February 15, 2020. Qualified applicants will be provided with the user name and password to access the Kansas Grant Management System.
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