Development and Implementation of Innovative Interventions that Effectively Address Health Disparities in Access to Care for Medically Underserved Communities
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Through this funding opportunity, Bristol Myers Squibb will provide grants for community health worker and patient navigation training and service delivery programs that address:
- Community outreach and engagement for linkage to care
and supportive services
- Assist patients to access healthcare coverage and linkage to a medical home
- Bolster disease and awareness education and increase utilization of screening and preventive care services
- Provide culturally sensitive and appropriate support for patients that address social determinants of health
- Care coordination and patient navigation
- Focus on continuum of care so patients are not lost to follow up and receive equitable, high-quality care
- Improve transitions in care and referral between primary care and specialty including improving awareness and enrollment in clinical trials among diverse patient populations
- Support patient clinical journeys through treatment initiation, maintenance, and monitoring inclusive of psychosocial needs
- Ensuring the cultural competency and ethnic diversity of the community health worker and patient navigation workforce
Therapeutic areas of focus include:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Atrial fibrillation
Projects should identify and reach underserved populations including, but not limited to:
- Racial and ethnic diverse groups
- Individuals of low socioeconomic status
- Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) community
- Differently abled individuals
- Individuals who lack or have limited health insurance coverage
- Residents in certain geographic locations, including rural areas
- Immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers
- Adolescents, young adults, and individuals age 65 and above
Eligible applicants include U.S. based nonprofit patient advocacy and community-based organizations, health equity focused organizations and coalitions, medical or professional societies, and academic institutions.
Award ceiling: $750,000
Project period: 2 years
A link to the application instructions is available on the program website when applications are being accepted.
Submit the proposal online using the instructions on the how to apply page.
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