[Self-Management_OR] OHA grant opportunity announcement

Chisholm Laura F laura.f.chisholm at state.or.us
Tue Dec 30 09:09:33 PST 2014


Dear self-management partners,

I am happy to announce that a new request for grant proposals related to self-management has posted. Please help us spread the word by posting the information below to your contacts and listservs. Please direct all questions to the sole point of contact, Jewelee Bell at jewelee.m.bell at state.or.us<mailto:jewelee.m.bell at state.or.us> or at 503-947-5257.

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This email is to notify you of the release of Request for Grant Proposals #OHA-3922-14, Sustainable Relationships for Community Health (SRCH).

Proposals due: January 30, 2015 at 3:00 PM

RFGP Issued ........................................................................... December 30, 2014
RFGP Questions Due ....................... January 14, 2015 at 5:00 P.M. (Local Time)
RFGP Answers Provided (approximately) ................................. January 19, 2015
RFGP Closes. Proposals Due ......... January 30, 2015 at 3:00 P.M. (Local Time)
Notice of Intent to Award (estimated) ..................................... February 13, 2015

The State of Oregon, Oregon Health Authority (OHA), requests Proposals from qualified
Proposers to participate in an OHA, Public Health Division learning collaborative to
develop Sustainable Relationships for Community Health (SRCH).

OHA will sponsor a series of institutes to develop sustainable relationships for community health (SRCH Institutes), consisting of facilitated discussions and technical assistance to engage cross‐sector leaders involved in health system transformation. The SRCH Institutes will focus on developing innovative new models of care for heart disease, diabetes and prediabetes. Institute participants will specifically address issues related to areas of quality improvement, including use of quality measures, electronic health records and health information technology, and traditional health workers in team‐based care. Institute participants will also increase the use of evidence-based Community Self-Management Programs (CSMPs) through health system referral and reimbursement.

Proposer must be a Lead Fiscal Agent for a consortium that, at a minimum, includes at least one local public health authority (LPHA), one Coordinated Care Organization (CCO), and one local CSMP Provider (if neither the LPHA nor CCO are a CSMP Provider) serving a shared population.

OHA will accept only one Proposal per consortium through the Lead Fiscal Agent that is
either a CCO or an LPHA and the Lead Fiscal Agent will be designated as the Recipient under the resultant Grant Agreement. Only LPHAs and CCOs are eligible to serve as a Lead Fiscal Agent for a consortium. Other local entities, including nonprofit organizations, are encouraged to participate in this opportunity by joining a consortium.

Download available RFGP documents from the Oregon Procurement Information Network at: https://orpin.oregon.gov/

If you have any questions, please contact the sole point of contact, Jewelee Bell at jewelee.m.bell at state.or.us<mailto:jewelee.m.bell at state.or.us> or at 503-947-5257.


Laura Chisholm, MPH, MCHES
Self-Management Technical Lead

Health Promotion & Chronic Disease Prevention | Oregon Health Authority - Public Health Division
800 NE Oregon Street, Suite 730
Portland, OR  97232
desk: 971.673.0987
mobile: 503.841.4842

Regular work hours: M-T-Th-F, 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

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