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Guide to Colorado Grants, FY 2011

Guide to Colorado Grants, FY 2011

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Funding Opportunities in the Affordable Care Act Page 1
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Office of
U.S. SenatorMichael Bennet
 
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Funding Opportunities in the Affordable Care Act Page 2
October 20, 2011Dear Friend,The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a significant step forward in improving health care access,quality and affordability in our country. The ACA closes insurance loopholes, expandscoverage, and invests in the future of our health care workforce. The new law also providesgroundbreaking opportunities for innovation and research through pilot projects, grants, andworkforce development initiatives.We have already seen the value of investing in promising pilot projects so that we can scale upthe ones that work. The Community-Based Care Transitions Program based on work in GrandJunction and Denver builds on how Colorado has achieved higher-quality care at a lower cost byinvesting in better coordinated and patient-centered care. This pilot has already saved Medicarehundreds of millions of dollars and decreased hospital readmissions.The best ideas do not come from Washington; they come from people on the ground inColorado. That is why we have put together this document
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to make sure you have clear, easy-to-find, accurate information on the pilot projects, grants, and workforce development initiativesavailable to you through the ACA.While not intended to be exhaustive, this document includes a directory of departments andoffices in charge of administering the programs, and is organized by Title of the ACA. Includedare details providing grant descriptions, application timelines, most recent funding, eligibilitycriteria and information on grant recipients from Colorado. When available, you will also findCatalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) numbers, which are used by Federal assistanceprograms to identify the specific grant, along with a website to learn more information or applyfor the specific grant. When you see the term,
subject to appropriations
, it means that fundinghas been authorized, but further Congressional action is still necessary to ensure its futureavailability.It is my hope that this document will help Colorado companies, institutions, organizations, andindividuals that are eligible to apply for these opportunities. These kinds of investments willhelp Colorado continue to drive improvements to our health care system.Sincerely,Michael F. BennetU.S. Senator
 
Funding Opportunities in the Affordable Care Act Page 3
Funding Opportunities in theAffordable Care Act
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Directory of Agencies/Offices ……………………………………………………………….
4Title I
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Quality, Affordable Health Care for All Americans .................................................7Title II
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Role of Public Programs ..........................................................................................8Title III
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Improving the Quality and Efficiency of Health Care .........................................16Title IV
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Prevention of Chronic Disease and Improving Public Health .............................31Title V
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Health Care Workforce ..........................................................................................46Title VI
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Transparency and Program Integrity .....................................................................74

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