Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation: Innovations in Care Program
The Hillman Innovations in Care Program is a multi-year effort intended to enhance and expand nursing-driven models of care that benefit vulnerable populations. The goal of the program is to advance leading-edge, nursing-driven models of care that will improve the health and health care of vulnerable populations, including the economically disadvantaged, racial and ethnic minorities, LGBQT, the homeless, rural populations, and other groups that encounter barriers to accessing health-care services.
The Foundation seeks bold, creative, patient- and family-centered approaches that challenge conventional strategies, improve health outcomes, lower costs, and enhance patient and family caregiver experience.
Proposals that address the healthcare needs of vulnerable populations in the following areas are of specific interest:
- Maternal and child health
- Care of an older adult
- Chronic illness management
Two types of proposals will be considered:
- The adaptation of proven, well-established nursing-driven models to new or expanded settings or patient populations
- The expansion of emerging nursing-driven models with compelling evidence suggesting a strong likelihood for achieving Triple Aim-like outcomes on a broad scale
All proposals must address the potential for improving health, lowering costs, and enhancing patient and caregiver experience; scalability; and sustainability.
Amount: Two grants of up to $600,000 will be awarded.
Eligibility: Tax-exempt nonprofit organizations; international organizations that are the equivalent of U.S. 501(c)(3) organizations that are submitting a project that focuses within the United States; government entities; and faith-based organizations that serve all members of the community may apply. Applications are welcomed from institutions and care settings from across the spectrum of care, and from practitioners representing a diverse range of backgrounds.
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