Achieving the Minnesota e-Health Initiative vision of encouraging and supporting the adoption and effective use of interoperable electronic health requires financial resources that may not be available to some providers.
MDH Funding Opportunities
Minnesota Accountable Health Model
e-Health Roadmaps to Advance the Minnesota Accountable Health Model
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) requests proposals to develop and disseminate Minnesota e-Health Roadmaps to Advance the Minnesota Accountable Health Model (e-Health Roadmaps) for the settings of long-term and post-acute care, local public health, behavioral health, and social services. Each e-Health Roadmap will describe a path forward and a framework for a setting to enable providers to effectively use e-health to participate in the Minnesota Accountable Health Model
There is up to $600,000 available to be distributed competitively through the e-Health Roadmap Request for Proposal (RFP).
Minnesota Accountable Health Model e-Health Grant Program
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) requests proposals for the Minnesota Accountable Health Model e-Health Grant Program. The grants are intended to support readiness to advance the Minnesota Accountable Health Model and to prepare for potential participation in accountable communities for health. Visit the Minnesota Accountable Health Model RFPs webpage for more information or contact Anne Schloegel (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about this funding opportunity.
Minnesota Accountable Health Model: Continuum of Accountability Matrix Assessment Tool
A requirement for the Grant RFP listed above is completion of the Minnesota Accountable Health Model: Continuum of Accountability Matrix Assessment Tool (Word 112KB/ 20pg).
This tool is an interactive tool that allows organizations to answer questions to determine their location on the Minnesota Accountable Health Model: Continuum of Accountability Matrix. The Minnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Department of Human Services will use this tool to better understand the grant participants and their status in achieving the goals of the Minnesota Accountable Health Model, what supports are needed to achieve the goals, and how we may be able to provide additional tools or resources. This tool will be used to help us develop targets and goals for participating organizations, and to assess their progress.
OtherOffice of Rural Health & Primary Care - Grants & Loans
Information about all grants and loans available through the Office of Rural Health & Primary Care (ORHPC)
- ORHPC EHR loan program, a revolving account that opens annually
Minnesota Department of Health Funding
Information about all grants and loans available through the Minnesota Department of Health
National Funding Opportunities
Funding Resources & Opportunities:
- Meaningful Use: Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentives Program
Information about the federal meaningful use incentives programs
USDA Health Information Technology Funding (PDF 158KB/ 1pg)
- USDA Rural Utilities Services Distance Learning and Telemedicine
Free email subscription with option to receive announcements from specific federal funding agencies
- The Foundation Center
The Foundation Center's online directory - subscription based; information on Web site
- Funds Net Services
Free online database for research grants and more
Subscription-based service that delivers RFP announcements to your email
- Agency for Health Care Research and Quality
- Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
- Health Research and Services Administration
- National Institutes of Health
- National Library of Medicine
- Office of the National Coordinator
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
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