Grant opportunity for CAHs available

Posted on: 2/24/16

Payment reform represents an opportunity to improve the quality and value of care in safety net organizations, but can also present safety net providers with significant technical and operational challenges. The newly-established National Safety Net Advancement Center at Arizona State University, with funding from RWJF, is seeking proposals for grant-funded projects aimed at implementing replicable, high-impact solutions to payment and delivery reform barriers.

The Center is also accepting applications for safety organizations interested in joining one or more virtual learning collaboratives on payment and delivery reform challenges. Applying organizations must fall within one of the six safety net sectors, including Critical Access Hospitals. The application deadline is April 1. To learn more, click here.

OHA Partners with Qualivis 

Qualivis was developed as a collaborative effort among multiple state hospital associations to meet the temporary staffing needs of member hospitals and health systems.

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