Reports

Peterson Health Technology Institute: July 2024

Peterson Health Technology Institute (PHTI) recently released a report on virtual musculoskeletal solutions and care for adults with conditions such as low back, knee, hip, shoulder, and neck pain. The assessment outlines virtual, exercise-based physical therapy and recommendations for the health care system.

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Transitions

Philanthropy @ Work – Transitions – July 2024

The latest on transitions from the field.

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Requests for Proposals

St. David’s Foundation: July 2024

Two new funding opportunities are available to support organizations engaging in fostering healthier communities and increasing access to health care in Central Texas. The Community Driven Change and We All Benefit open calls will provide one-time, unrestricted grants to eligible organizations, including previous, current, and new grantees. 

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Requests for Proposals

Health Foundation for Western & Central New York: July 2024

The Imagine Nonviolence: Expand the Reach initiative is designed to support innovative and collaborative programs working to reduce the risk of firearm-related injury and death among pregnant people, children under age five, and older adults in western and central New York.

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Requests for Proposals

Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts: July 2024

The Opioid Crisis Innovation Challenge marks an expansion of FORE’s Innovation Program, which was launched in 2022 to support projects that combine strategies from diverse fields and engage multidisciplinary teams in tackling some of the most intractable problems associated with the nation’s opioid-related addiction and poisoning crisis.

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Requests for Proposals

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation: July 2024

The Special Initiatives grant program provides organizations with a one-time grant of up to $50,000 to pilot or launch a new project over a one-year period. This grant is intended to fund projects that empower communities to advance health equity.

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The People Say: A New Older Adult and Caregiver Policy and Research Tool

An online research hub features first-hand insights from older adults and caregivers on the issues most important to them, as well as feedback from experts on policies affecting older adults. The project particularly focuses on the experiences of communities often under-consulted in policymaking, including older adults of color, those who are low income, and/or those who live in rural areas where healthcare isn’t easily accessible.

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KFF Introduces Health Policy 101—A Primer on U.S. Health Policy

KFF launched a new resource —the Health Policy 101 — an online resource or mini “textbook” about health policy for faculty and students. Drew Altman felt the need for a resource like this ages ago, when he was at MIT writing a book on health care regulation and needed a reference with real detail on public programs and health costs. It took a while to produce it but now it’s ready!

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