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Friday, April 19th, 2019
Appalachian Regional Prescription Opioid (ARPO) Strike Force Take Down Results in Charges against 60 Individuals, including 53 Medical Professionals

Charges Involve Over 350 Thousand Prescriptions for Controlled Substances and Over 32 Million Pills; ARPO Strike Force Grows to 10 Districts, Expanding to Include the Western District of Virginia

Attorney General William P. Barr and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex M. Azar II, together with multiple law enforcement partners, today announced enforcement actions involving 60 charged defendants across 11 federal districts, including 31 doctors, seven pharmacists, eight nurse practitioners, and seven other licensed medical professionals, for their alleged participation in the illegal prescribing and distributing of opioids and other dangerous narcotics and for health care fraud schemes. In addition, HHS announced today that since June 2018, it has excluded over 2,000 individuals from participation in Medicare, Medicaid and all other Federal health care programs, which includes more than 650 providers excluded for conduct related to opioid diversion and abuse.  Since July 2017, DEA has issued 31 immediate suspension orders, 129 orders to show cause, and received 1,386 surrenders for cause nationwide for violations of the Controlled Substances Act. 

Read More Here

"I would classify it as federally funded drug dealing": Dozens arrested in massive opioid bust
KPCA Medicaid My Portal Option Survey

The new DMS My Partner Portal (KY MPPA) gives providers and groups the ability to enter and apply for a new Medicaid ID or maintain their existing one directly to DMS.  This changes the way that Precision Healthcare Delivery can assist KPCA members going forward with DMS and we are exploring possibilities of how we can best meet your needs. 

Would it be a benefit to your practice to have Precision Healthcare Delivery (PHD) to do this service on your behalf?   Before PHD commits to offering this service to our members, we wished to survey and find out if KPCA members would like PHD to take over this responsibility or if your group prefers to enroll and maintain their own Medicaid information.

Please return the signed survey Sarah Hoeppner, shoeppner@phdelivery.com or Susan Thompson, SThompson@sterlingmd.com. Please send your survey in by Monday, May 6th, 2019.

See Survey Here

National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 27th

The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 6 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. The study shows that a majority of abused prescription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet.

See more & Collection Site Locator

 
Survey: Medicaid vital factor in improving performance of community health centers

Community health centers in Medicaid-expansion states report they have more resources to provide behavioral health and social services, are more financially stable and more likely to adopt innovative payment policies than those in non-expansion states, according to a new survey released Thursday.

The Commonwealth Fund found 76% of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in Medicaid-expansion states had improved financial capability to provide affordable care to patients since the ACA has taken effect, compared to 52% of providers in non-expansion states.

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McConnell announces bill to raise minimum age to purchase tobacco to 21

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced plans at a press conference to introduce legislation in the U.S. Senate to raise the nationwide minimum age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21.

The McConnell bill, which will be introduced in May, will cover all tobacco products, including vaping devices.

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A crisis in Kentucky shows the high cost of clean drinking water

When the well water here turned brown and started tasting salty, Heather Blevins’s parents hooked their property on Dead Man’s Curve into the municipal supply. It seemed like a blessing until new hazards emerged: Today, Blevins says, the tap water smells of bleach, occasionally takes on a urine-colored tinge, and leaves her 7- and 8-year-old children itching every time they take a bath.

“The way the water is now, I’d rather have well water,” said Blevins, 44, who keeps a constant eye on the county water district’s Facebook page to watch for pipe breaks and boil-water advisories. Blevins, who says her water rates rocketed recently from $19 to almost $40 a month, sets aside money from her $980 Social Security check for bottled drinking water and chemical-free baby wipes to keep her allergy-prone children clean.

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Hope Center opening 48 sober-living apartments in late May for recovering addicts

When the Lexington Hope Center’s new 48-unit sober-living apartment complex opens at the end of May, it will double the nonprofit’s affordable apartments for men leaving addiction treatment.

At any given time, 250 men are participating in alcohol and drug treatment programs at the Hope Center. But once they leave residential treatment, there are few safe, affordable housing options for recovering addicts, said Carrie Thayer, development director for the Hope Center.

Read more

Dying Too Soon: Disparities in Death By Rurality, Race, and Ethnicity

A recently released brief by the Rural Health Research Gateway finds rural counties had higher rates of premature death (defined as years of potential life lost before age 75) than urban counties. Researchers analyzed data from the 2017 County Health Rankings, and found that counties with a majority of residents identifying as non-Hispanic Black or American Indian/Alaska Native had significantly higher rates of premature death.

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CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain

After protracted debate over federal guidelines for prescribing opioids, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has clarified its position, stating that its three-year-old recommendations were not intended to deny clinically appropriate treatment to patients who suffer acute or chronic pain from conditions such as cancer and sickle cell disease. Those guidelines, which focus on chronic pain except for cancer and end-of-life care, target primary care physicians because family doctors write the vast majority of prescriptions for painkillers.

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CDC Issues Key Clarification on Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain
CoPay Update
 
There has been an increasing number of Medicaid beneficiaries who are being turned away for inability to pay a copay, especially when trying to fill prescriptions. Some pharmacies do not use the KyHealthNet/MMIS system, so they aren't seeing the copay or poverty indicators. 
 
DMS will be sending out a letter to pharmacists soon to remind them that no one at/below 100% FPL should be turned away and that even those above 100% FPL should get a 72-hour supply of medicine, if it is medically necessary. 
 
Provider fact sheet
Beneficiary fact sheet

Here is the DMS dedicated provider line, which many providers aren't aware of: 502-619-3816.
2019 KPCA Spring Conference Registration is still OPEN!
 
Thursday, May 16th & Friday, May 17th, 2019
Embassy Suites, 1801 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY, 40511
 
This year's Spring Conference theme will be "Changing the Quality Calculus from Pay-for-Performance (P4P) to Value-Based Care

Agenda
Register & See More
KPCA's Shared Services Corner
KPCA Offering Member Clinics Access to Modules within MedTrainer

The Kentucky Primary Care Association is presenting members with a new way to manage some of your compliance requirements by providing a single source solution to the administration of some key compliance folders and putting them in one place for easy tracking and auditing.
 
MedTrainer will provide easy access to you and your employees for online healthcare focused training, bringing e-learning to life, easy access by employees to learning curriculums they can access from anywhere; MedTrainer offers Compliance tools that allows clinics to manage many different types of risk related activities from one easy location through an incident reporting tool; risk assessment tool; compliance checklist; OSHA reporting; and HIPAA Risk mitigation.

 

Check out KPCA's Newest Provider Recruitment Partners!!

The Inline Group solves unsolvable physician and advanced practitioner staffing problems through truly innovative technology, a pioneering model and passionate specialists who actually care. Focused on primary care, behavioral health and urgent care specialties, the group aims to ease the pain felt by employers and practitioners by transparently providing highly personalized introductions with no strings attached. 
 

Members, please log in to your KPCA account to view the The Inline Group Agreement for Use.

Contact Information
If you have any questions about the The Inline Group, please let Lindey Young, lyoung@kypca.net know!

 
New Funding Opportunities
COMING SOON: new Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) initiative – RCORP-Medication-Assisted Treatment Expansion

The Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA) Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) will be releasing a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for a new Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) initiative called RCORP-Medication-Assisted Treatment Expansion (HRSA-19-102). HRSA plans to invest approximately $8 million in rural communities as part of this funding opportunity.

HRSA plans to invest approximately $8 million in rural communities as part of this funding opportunity.

The funding opportunity will be posted at this link in the next few weeks.

Successful RCORP-Medication-Assisted Treatment Expansion (MAT Expansion) award recipients will receive up to $725,000 for a three-year period of performance to establish or expand medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in eligible hospitals, health clinics, or tribal organizations located in high-risk rural communities.

Read the press release.
 
New Funding Opportunity: Youth Engagement in Sports: Collaboration to Improve Adolescent Physical Activity and Nutrition (YES Initiative)

The YES Initiative is a new funding opportunity supporting projects that address the HHS priority to expand youth participation in sports and encourage regular physical activity, especially for youth populations with lower rates of sports participation and communities with limited access to athletic facilities or recreational areas

The new funding opportunity was jointly announced by the HHS Office of Minority Health and Office on Women’s Health, in collaboration with the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion and in consultation with the Office of Adolescent Health and the Office of the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition.

Learn more about the funding opportunity and how to apply.
 


FAQs for Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Implementation Funding

The deadline for applications for the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Implementation is May 6.  The Health Resources and Services Administration has provided answers to frequently asked questions on eligibility and application requirements.  Additionally, you can view a recording of the technical assistance webinar for applicants. For questions beyond those in the link above, email ruralopioidresponse@hrsa.gov.

See More Here
Request for Applications: National Quality Initiative to Improve School Health and Mental Health

The National Quality Initiative (NQI) is accepting applications to participate in a 12-month Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network (CoIIN) focused on improving students’ health and mental health in school-based settings

The application deadline is Friday, May 31 at 11:59 p.m. ET. The National Quality Initiative (NQI) is funded by the HRSA's Maternal and Child Health Bureau, and is part of the Bureau’s CoIIN program, which uses evidence-based strategies to improve the health of America’s mothers, children and families.

Learn more about the opportunity and how to apply

Funding Opportunity: Using Data Analytics to Support Primary Care and Community Interventions to Improve Chronic Disease Prevention and Management and Population Health

A new funding opportunity from AHRQ aims to improve the health of individuals and populations at risk for suboptimal health outcomes through the use of primary care and community interventions that address chronic conditions. Learn more.
 


Did You Know? FY 2019 IBHS and FY 2018 SUD-MH are Different Funding Opportunities!

HRSA recently announced a new funding opportunity for health centers to increase access to high-quality integrated behavioral health services—fiscal year (FY) 2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS). This is in addition to FY 2018 Expanding Access to Quality Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Services (SUD-MH).

Applicant Question of the Week: Can I apply for FY 2019 IBHS funding if I received FY 2018 SUD-MH funding and will receive Year 2 SUD-MH funding?
Answer: Yes! IBHS eligibility and awards are independent of FY 2018 SUD-MH year 1 and year 2 funding.

Don’t miss your chance for additional funding to support integrated behavioral health services. Start your application today! See the email from Friday, April 5, for the IBHS application module link. The IBHS technical assistance (TA) web page provides application development and submission resources. Join us for the second of two live question and answer (Q&A) sessions:

Monday, April 29
Noon-1:30 p.m. ET
Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-233-9404
Passcode: 5874407

Be sure to watch the recorded presentation prior to the Q&A Session. Contact the IBHS TA Team with questions.


One Week Until the Oral Health Infrastructure Grants.gov Deadline

On Friday, March 22, HRSA announced the availability of $76 million in one-time supplemental funding for Oral Health Infrastructure (OHI) to support health center infrastructure enhancements. These investments will increase access to new or enhanced high-quality, integrated oral health services, including those provided via telehealth and virtual dentistry

Applications are due in Grants.gov by Monday, April 22 (11:59 p.m. ET), and EHBs by Tuesday, May 21 (5:00 p.m. ET). Visit the OHI TA webpage for more information and contact the OHI TA Team with questions.

 
National Health Service Corps develops new Rural Community Loan Repayment Program

National Health Service Corps (NHSC) officials have announced that a new financial assistance program for health care providers -- the Rural Community Loan Repayment Program -- will accept applications later this spring. The program is designed for professionals working to combat the opioid epidemic in the country's rural communities.
 
Developed in coordination with the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy's Rural Communities Opioid Response Program initiative, the NHSC's new program seeks to expand access to evidence-based substance use disorder treatment, assist in recovery, and prevent overdose deaths.
 
Basic information about the program can be found here. More details -- including application instructions and the application deadline -- will be posted at a later date

National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program

Through the Health Resources and Services Administration, the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) will provide tuition, fees, and monthly stipend for full-time enrollment in primary health care professions training for up to four school years.  In exchange, NHSC scholars will commit to serving in a high-need urban, rural, or frontier community upon graduation.

Apply now through May 16, 7:30 p.m. ET
2019 Application and Program Guidance

 
Oral Health Update
KPCA is a proud supporter and member of the Oral Health Progress and Equity Network (OPEN).
 
Webinars

Evaluating Your Infection Prevention and Control Program
Tuesday, April 23, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET , Register here

Interprofessional Practice
Thursday, April 25th, 1-2 pm ET, Register

Promoting equity in children’s dental care through Medicaid and CHIP
Tuesday, April 30th, 2 pm ET, Register


Oral Health for Patients with Developmental Disabilities
Tuesday, Apr 30, 2019 4 - 5 pm ET
Register

 

Using the Health Center Dental Dashboard for Tracking, Measuring, and Improvement
Thursday, May 9, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
Register here


Events

2019 DQA Conference

May 17-18, Chicago, Ill., Register

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Session
May 23 - 26,  Chicago, Ill. Register


Tri-State Oral Health Summit
June 14-15, Birmingham, AL Register

10th Annual Regional Oral Health Summit
June 21st, Madisonville, KY Save the Date

2019 CAMBRA Coalition Conference
August 15-16, Denver, Colorado, See More

ADA/FDI World Dental Congress  
September 4-8 - San Francisco, CA See More

NNOHA Annual Conference
October 13-16, Las Vegas, NV See More

Opportunity for Funding

Networks for Oral Health Integration within the Maternal and Child Health Safety Net - Apply by April 29

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part F Dental Reimbursement Program - Apply by April 25

On-Demand Webinars
Resources
Weekly Pharmacy Update
Pharmacy Update: Tip-Help patients customize their support tools

Understanding the various adherence tools available and how they are positioned to meet an individual patient’s preferences can have a measurable impact on adherence. Some patients may need the use of an app for their smartphone, while others might find a simple daily pill box to be just right. Compliance packaging; sorting all pills into easy-to-manage packages that detail frequency and time of day to take, may be ideal for patients on complex drug regimens. Every patient is different, so asking a few questions about preferences is a good idea before making a solution recommendation. It is important to follow-up and adjust recommendations to be successful. Patients need to take control of their own outcomes and we need to help them along the way by encouraging adherence and keeping them on course.
 
Pharmacy Update: The DEA National Drug TakeBack Day is April 27, 2019. The drug takeback day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue.  According to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 6 million Americans misused controlled substance drugs. The study shows the majority of the misused prscription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from a home medicine cabinet. To find a collection site in your area please visit https://takebackday.dea.gov.


All content provided by Paula Straub, RPh, Precision Healthcare Delivery.

Pharmacy Copays & Inability to Pay

Below is a notice from the Director of Pharmacy Services at DMS regarding copays at pharmacies and the inability to pay. This was briefly discussed at KHBE’s last Stakeholder Meeting. The notice gives us a clearer answer to some of our questions surrounding this issue.

See Notice Here


 
Events & Webinars
April
 

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Master Trainer Course
April 22nd -26th, Prestonsburg, KY, See More, Register

 

UDS Mapper Special Topics
Tuesday, April 23, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET, Register here


Evaluating Your Infection Prevention and Control Program in Dental Settings
Tuesday, April 23, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET , Register here

 

Diabetes Continuum of Care: Using the CHW and Enabling Services Workforce to Address SDOH and Diabetes
Tuesday, April 23, 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET Register here

 

Patient-Centered Medical Home Teleconferences: PCMH Standards, Part 2
Tuesday, April 23, 2:00-4:00 p.m. ET
Call-in: 844-676-8471, Conference ID: 1400361

 

The Health Information and Technology, Evaluation and Quality Center (HITEQ) Highlights: Growing and Sustaining a Data Driven Culture
Tuesday, April 23, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET, Register here

 

Diagnostic Signs of Abuse Webinar
Wednesday, April 2412-1 pm ET, Register


Establishing an Opioid Treatment Program in your RHC - TA Call
Wednesday, April 24 at 2:00 pm ET Register

 

Streamlining Medicare Site Enrollment
Wednesday, April 24, 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-233-9404, Passcode: 8901264


Interprofessional Practice
Thursday, April 25th, 1-2 pm ET, Register

 

Two Sides of the Same Coin: Addressing SDOH and Enabling Services Data Collection
Thursday, April 25, 1:30-2:30 p.m. ET, Register here


Building Surge Capacity for Health Centers
Thursday, April 25, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET, Register here
 


National Rx Abuse & Heroin Summit
April 22-25, Atlanta, GA, Register

Central States Integration Summit
April 25-26th, 2019, La Vista, Nebraska, Draft Agenda, Register



Improving HPV Vaccination Rates in Schools
Friday, April 26, 2019, 8:30 AM - 3 PM, Cincinnati, OH Register



Caring for Aetna Better Health female members, HEDIS, and how to reduce your practice “no-show” rate
Monday, April 29th, 12 pm ET, Register

 

FY 2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Services Q&A Session
Monday, April 29, Noon-1:30 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-233-9404, Passcode: 5874407


The Changing Burden of Diabetes in Rural and Urban U.S.
Monday, April 29 at 12:00 pm ET Register


Promoting equity in children’s dental care through Medicaid and CHIP
Tuesday, April 30th, 2 pm ET, Register



Assistance for Applicants to RMOMS Funding
Tuesday, April 30 at 2:00 pm ET Register



Cancer Data in the Commonwealth--Spotlight on Lung Cancer
Tuesday, April 30, 2 p.m. ET, Register



Caring for Aetna Better Health female members, HEDIS, and how to reduce your practice “no-show” rate
Tuesday, April 30th, 3 pm ET, Register



The “Shoestring Budget” Plan for Doing HPV Vaccination Quality Improvement in Primary Care Offices
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 3-4:15 Pm ET Register

 

Oral Health for Patients with Developmental Disabilities
Tuesday, April 30, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET, Register here

 

May
 

Telehealth & Chronic Care Management
Wednesday, May 1, 2:00-3:00 p.m., Register here

Community Health Workers in HIV Care: Insights from the Field
Thursday, May 2, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET, Register here


HEP Talk: Hepatitis B Testing
Thursday, May 2, 3:30-4:15 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-469-1381, Passcode: 5689947


KRHA Northeast Regional Meeting
Friday, May 3rd, Morehead, KY Register

42nd Annual National Rural Health Association Rural Health Conference
May 7-10, Atlanta, GA, Register

2019 Kentucky Asthma Symposium
May 7th, Georgetown, KY, Register

2019 Allergy & Asthma Day on Capitol Hill
May 8th, Washington, DC, Register



Workforce Grand Rounds Webinar Series: The Power of Resiliency: Unlocking the Quadruple Aim
Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 12:00-1:30pm EST Save the Date


 

Introduction to the UDS Mapper
Wednesday, May 8, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET, Register here

 

National Learning & Action Network Series: May 2019: Focus on Antibiotic Stewardship: National Updates, Progress, and Next Steps
Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 3:00 - 4:30 PM ET Register

 

Promising Practices in Behavioral Health Workforce Planning
Wednesday, May 8, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-989-4389, Passcode: 5589163

 

Using the Health Center Dental Dashboard for Tracking, Measuring, and Improvement
Thursday, May 9, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
Register here
 

2019 UDS Reporting Changes Technical Assistance
Thursday, May 9, 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-233-9404, Passcode: 6379668
Register here and we’ll send you presentation materials ahead of time.

Virtual Listening Sessions: Opportunities to Inform Development of an STD Federal Action Plan
Thursday, May 9, 3:00-5:00 p.m. ET Register here

 

Opioid Abuse Disorder Care & Community Alignment Workshop
Monday, May 13th, Pikeville, KY Register



Diabetes Care & Community Alignment Workshop
Tuesday, May 14th, Hazard, KY, Register



2019 KPCA Spring Conference
May 16 - 17, Lexington, KY, Register

 

Patient-Centered Medical Home Teleconferences: PCMH Standards, Part 1
Thursday, May 16, 2:00-4:00 p.m. ET
Call-in: 844-676-8471, Conference ID: 1400361

 

HEP Talk: Hepatitis C and the Opioid Epidemic
Thursday, May 16, 3:00-3:45 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-566-5776, Passcode: 3578414

 
There’s an App for That: Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 3-3:45 pm ET Register


Kentucky Telehealth Summit
Thursday, May 23rd, Bowling Green, KY Register

 

Motivational Interviewing for Vaccine Hesitancy Train the Trainer Workshop
Thursday, May 23, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Lexington, KY Register



Assessing Risk and Providing Basic Services at Primary Care Settings
Thursday, May 23, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET, Registration information coming soon

 

HEP Talk: Hepatitis C and the Cure
Thursday, May 23, 3:30-4:15 p.m. ET, Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-566-5776, Passcode: 3578414

 

UDS Mapper Advanced Topics: Opioid Intervention
Friday, May 24, 11:00 a.m.-noon ET, Register here



UDS Mapper Advanced Topics: Opioid Intervention
Friday, May 24, 11:00 a.m.-noon ET, Register here


Get SMART: Safe Means of Administering the Right Therapy
May 29th & 30th , Bowling Green, KY See More

 

HEP Talk: Hepatitis B and Perinatal Transmission
Thursday, May 30, 3:00-3:45 p.m. ET, Join the session the day of the webcast
Call-in: 888-566-5776, Passcode: 3578414


June
 
Connecting Clients to Oral Health Services
Thursday, June 6, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET Registration information coming soon

2019 Kentucky Rural Health Clinic Summit
Friday, June 7th, Richmond, KY Register


Diabetes Care & Community Alignment Workshop
Wednesday, June 19th, Bowling Green, KY Register


Kentucky Opioid Summit
Monday, June 24th, Lexington, KY, See More



2019 Kentucky Medical Law Update
Tuesday, June 25th, Morehead, Ky Register


July
 
2019 KRHA's Viral Hepatitis Conference
Wednesday, July 31st, Lexington, KY Save the Date

August
 
Annual Kentucky eHealth Summit
August 15-16, 2019, Lexington, Ky Save the Date
OnDemand Webinars
Grant and Scholarships Opportunities

SAMHSA Grants Linking Actions for Unmet Needs in Children’s Health- April 19

Innovations in Access to Care for Children and Youth with Epilepsy- April 22

Oral Health Infrastructure (OHI)- Apply by April 22

SAMHSA: Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Minorities at High Risk for HIV/AIDS- April 22

HRSA Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement Grant Program- April 22

NIH Summer Research Education Experience Program- April 23

DOL Employment and Training for Re-entry- April 25

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part F Dental Reimbursement Program- Apply by April 25

Comprehensive Cancer Control Mentorship Program- April 26

County Health Rankings Research Grants – April 26

Networks for Oral Health Integration within the Maternal and Child Health Safety Net- Apply by April 29

Mary Kay Foundation Domestic Violence Shelter Grants- April 30

CDC Overdose Data Collection- May 2

Comments Requested: ONC Proposal for Interoperability of Health IT- May 3

HRSA Maternal Opioid Misuse Model- May 6

 

Newborn Screening State Evaluation Program - May 6


SAMHSA Grants for First Responders to Opioid Overdose- May 6

Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Evaluation- May 6

Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Implementation (RCORP-Implementation)]- May 6

RCORP-Evaluation Funding Opportunity- May 6

HRSA Opioid Workforce Expansion Program- May 7

HRSA: Graduate Psychology Education Program- May 7

DOJ Opioid Affected Youth Initiative- May 7

Opioid Workforce Expansion Program (OWEP) Professionals- Apply by May 7

DOJ:  Building Capacity for Tribal Researchers- May 13

Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)- Apply by May 13

NIH Intervention Research to Improve Native American Health- May 14

USDA Traditional Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant Program- May 15

CDC Grants for Health and Wellness in Indian Country- May 15

National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program – May 16

NIH: Researching Interventions to Heart and Lung Disease Risk- May 17

HRSA: Enhancing Oral Health Infrastructure in Health Centers- May 21

HRSA: Rural Maternity and Obstetrics Management Strategies- May 24

USDA Higher Education Multicultural Scholars Program – May 24

 

Rural Maternity and Obstetrics Management Strategies Program - May 24

 

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program States/Territories Part B Supplemental Grant Program -  May 28


USDA Higher Education Challenge Grants Program – May 29
 

Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program – Formula - May 30


Capacity Building for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research- May 31

USDA Rural Broadband Loan and Grant Program- May 31

HHS: YES Initiative for Minority and Disadvantaged Youth – May 31

USAC Telecommunications Program for Rural Health Care- May 31

ACF Community Economic Development (CED) Projects – June 3

USDA Rural Community Development Initiative – June 5

DOJ Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-based Program – June 5

Community Development Financial Institution Program – June 6

USDA Community Facilities Technical Assistance and Training Grant – June 10

USDA Rural Health and Safety Education Grants – June 10

Brookdale Foundation Relatives as Parents Program – June 12

Research for Smoking Cessation in Disadvantaged Populations- June 13

HRSA Medical Student Education Program – June 14

Maternal and Child Health Services- Apply by July 15

 
NIH: Research for Disparities Among Minority/Underserved Children- Cycles thru May 2020

Guaranteed Loans for Rural Rental Housing- Ongoing through 2021

Summer Food Service Program- Ongoing

Scholarship for Obstetrical Simulation Course Emergencies & Catastrophes- Ongoing

Grant Program will Help Rural Health Clinics Capture Quality Data- Ongoing

HIT Strategies for Patient-Reported Outcome Measures- Ongoing

HIT to Improve Health Care Quality and Outcomes- Ongoing

Community Facilities Direct Loan & Grant Program- Ongoing

Water and Wast Disposal Loan & Grant Program- Ongoing

View all HRSA Funding Opportunities
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