The Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement grant program improves patient care and chronic disease outcomes by assisting rural primary care providers with the implementation of quality improvement strategies, with a focus on quality improvement for chronic disease management. Grant funds support rural primary care providers with the implementation of quality improvement initiatives using the Chronic Care Model and electronic patient registries. This is a 3-year grant program with individual grant awards limited to a maximum of $100,000 per year.
The Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement (Rural Quality) grant program is authorized by Section 330A(g) of the Public Health Service, as amended (42 U.S.C. 254c), by Section 201, P.L. 107-251, as amended by Section 4, P.L. 110-355.
Lead applicants must be:
Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement grantees with active projects
Ann Ferrero or 301-443-3999