American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Health Information Technology Extension Program: Regional Centers

The two-year expansion supplement will be available to recipients of the REC awards and is intended to ensure the provision of services to CAHs and Rural Hospitals in the REC’s service area.

This award will be supplemental to the REC’s existing award, and the plans, metrics and reporting requirements

credit:


will be included in the REC’s cooperative agreement.

It is anticipated that each REC will need an additional$12,000 per CAH and Rural Hospital that it supports through this program.

The supplemental funds will be used to ensure the delivery of the support services for CAH and Rural Hospitals and will be tied to the same milestones that are identified in the original REC FOA (EP-HIT-09-003).

As with other funding milestones identified in the original FOA, recipients will be required to use the customer relationship management tool to help in meeting the milestones associated with this project.Biennial EvaluationThe evaluation of the CAH/Rural Hospital program will be included in the REC’s biennial evaluation.

A separate report (or report section) will be required for those activities covered by supplemental funding.
Related Programs

Health Information Technology Regional Extension Centers Program

Department of Health and Human Services


Agency: Department of Health and Human Services

Office: HHS - Office of the Secretary

Estimated Funding: Not Available





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http://www07.grants.gov/search/announce.do;jsessionid=jJlSLwxcjlLJSn2LKYR01vzHWrHTPrgkSQ2k1zg10hpSfphjGF7Q!-1821001113

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible applicants are limited to (a) recipients of a Regional Extension Center cooperative agreement; and (b) REC applicants who were successful in their pre-applications due December 22nd , 2009, and were invited to submit a full application.

As explained in Section I above, CAHs and Rural Hospitals are vital components of the rural health care system in the United States.

In recognition of their vital roles, the purpose of this supplemental funding is to ensure the provision of services to CAH and Rural Hospitals by the RECs that will be funded under FOA No.

EP-HIT-09-003.

Accordingly, this competition is limited to those organizations that have been or will be selected to receive an REC cooperative agreement under FOA No.

EP-HIT-09-003.

Funds can only be used to assist CAH and Rural Hospitals that the REC intended to serve in their original application.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
http://www07.grants.gov/search/announce.do;jsessionid=jJlSLwxcjlLJSn2LKYR01vzHWrHTPrgkSQ2k1zg10hpSfphjGF7Q!-1821001113

Contact:
regional-center-applications@hhs.gov

Agency Email Description:
regional-center-applications@hhs.gov

Agency Email:
regional-center-applications@hhs.gov

Date Posted:
2010-03-29

Application Due Date:
2010-04-30

Archive Date:
2010-05-30



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