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P4 Challenge: Innovations in Pediatric Primary Care to Improve Child Health

This funding record is inactive. Please see the program website or contact the program sponsor to determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.

Sponsors
Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Deadlines
Mar 15, 2021
Purpose

The Promoting Pediatric Primary Prevention (P4) Challenge is a competition seeking innovative approaches to increase access to and utilization of well-child visits and/or immunizations services within primary care settings.

Pediatric health performance measures should include:

  • Number of well-child visits
  • Well-child visit disparities (comparing measures across two or more subpopulations)
  • Doses administered of specific vaccines and coverage of the primary pediatric vaccination series
  • Disparities within the community on a specific immunization metric (comparing measure across two or more subpopulations)
Eligibility

Concept papers are accepted from a wide array of contestants including, but not limited to:

  • Pediatric primary care and specialty care providers
  • Professionals who deliver primary or specialty care
  • Community centers
  • Community-based organizations and community health workers
  • Distribution experts
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Rural Health Centers
  • Health educators
  • Home visiting professionals
  • Public housing workers
  • Schools, school nurses, and childcare settings

Additional eligibility requirements are listed on the program website.

Geographic coverage
Nationwide
Amount of funding

$10,000 will be awarded to up to 50 Phase 1 winners.

$25,000 will be awarded to up to 20 Phase 2 winners.

Application process

Respond to the submission requirements and judging criteria on the program website.

Email phase 1 submissions to MCHBP4Challenge@hrsa.gov between January 19 and March 15, 2021.

Applicant webinar recording

Tagged as
Access · Children and youth · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Health disparities · Primary care · Public health · Rural Health Clinics · Vaccination · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention



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