Second-Quarter Grants - 2017
Value-Based Care & Patient Engagement
California Association of Public Hostpials and Health Systems ($275,000) - To support public healthcare systems in responding to changing policies related to Medi-Cal and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and to continue to foster innovations that enable public hospitals and health systems to provide high value to patients and payers.
The California Health Care Safety-Net Institute ($175,000) - To support public hospital and health systems implementation of the Global Payment Program.
Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County ($150,000) - To build the capacity of community health center consortia to support member health centers in promoting and sustaining patient engagement efforts.
Capital Link, Inc. ($150,000) – To prepare community health centers and regional consortia for potential changes to safety net policies, shifts towards value-based payment, and increased focus on the social determinants of health.
Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc. ($50,000) - To provide technical assistance to the implementation of the state’s Federally Qualified Health Center payment reform pilot.
San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium ($150,000) – To build the capacity of community health center consortia to support member health centers in promoting and sustaining patient engagement efforts.
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation ($350,000) - To increase state and national coverage of California healthcare policy and program issues, such as safety net healthcare delivery system transformation and innovation.
Project Hope the People to People Health Foundation, Inc. ($350,000) - To publish and disseminate research and analyses to educate policymakers, government officials, researchers, and healthcare providers in California and across the nation on efforts to promote value-based care and healthcare.
2017 Payment Reform Pilot Program Support for Federally Qualified Health Centers (Up to $525,000) - To provide general operating support.
California Pan-Ethnic Health Network ($427,250) - To coordinate and convene a behavioral health equity collaborative and facilitate the development of an integrated behavioral health policy agenda that advances equity for communities of color and other underserved populations in the health care system and beyond.
Community Health Partnership of Santa Clara County, Inc. ($100,000) - To support pilot testing and spread of eConsult in the local safety net.
Futures Without Violence ($300,000) - To provide domestic violence (DV) & health care partnership technical assistance, learning, and evaluation.
JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. ($248,408) - To develop the business case for multi-sector partnerships that support prevention and early intervention strategies aimed at the intersection of health, domestic violence, and trauma.
Prevention Institute ($159,531) - To build awareness, will, and action toward community-level prevention strategies that will disrupt the path toward complex medical and behavioral health conditions.
Public Health Institute ($165,608) - To advance policies that will accelerate the spread and sustainability of electronic consultation (eConsult) as a means for improving access to quality specialty care for the underserved.
Social Finance, Inc. ($300,000) - To test a comprehensive mental health and social services model for 400 individuals on formal probation in Ventura County through a pay-for-success project.
Domestic Violence Systems and Survivor Experience
California Partnership To End Domestic Violence ($400,000) - To provide general operating support.
Family Violence Appellate Project ($100,000) - To provide general operating support.
My Sister's House ($350,000) - To establish the Culturally Responsive Domestic Violence Network.
2017 Domestic Violence and Survivor Experience Core Support Initiative (Up to $2,560,000) - To provide general operating support.
Insure the Uninsured Project ($350,000) - To support healthcare policy research, workgroup convenings, and an annual conference to inform strategies that increase coverage and access to care for California's low-income populations.
2017 Community Health Center Core Support (Up to $3,500,000) - To provide general operating support.
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations ($75,000) - To provide general operating support.
Grantmakers in Health ($75,000) - To provide general operating support.
Northern California Grantmakers ($75,000) - To provide general operating support.
San Diego Grantmakers ($75,000) - To provide general operating support.
Southern California Grantmakers ($75,000) - To provide general operating support.