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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Annual Report

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3 Robert Wood Johnson 4 Maintaining a Bala~ce 7 The Triumph of the Market 2"1 Access 24 Ct~ tonic tlealth Conditions 27 Substance Abuse Cost Containment 3gl Access 40 Chronic Health Co~ditions till Substance Abuse 53 Cost Containment 55 Other Prog~ams 57 C~oss-Cutti~ig 61 7;$ 711
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Robert Wood Johnson devoted his life to public service and to building the small, but innovative, family firm of Johnson & Johnson into the world's largest health and medical care products conglomerate. l li~ i~l~,]c~l ill l~t~i~;~l~ It'll him Io ill ;I Ill~)~ ('II/CI]I I1~;~I Itll I~ lhc l~u~din:4 ]ti~ I)hil()~)phy ()f c ~rt)~ watt h('Ip, ~d wry. and (hain/l~i~ lilk'limc, hc l~Cll)Cd 1)r('ssc(t impc~i~l~M)l~ i~ Ih¢' di~l)()qd(m 1)I dial} till'{ )l)ics"
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Fo r a n y or Ela niz a t ion t o t h r ire, it must manage its growth and maintain its focus simultaneously. This balance isa mark of effectiveness. In 1996, we asked and began to address the question of how we keep our balance now and for the future.
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Thc~c h~cludc ~mr CIinic~ Scholars d~c ~ Initiative Fm~db~g P~me~ Pro~mn, and lhc Communit~ IIealIh Leadership XI.I'>.,\. l,c~.i<~iilcd the [:o/llldali~lll in 1991 as ;i vice l)i csidcnl for l)iogr;un. [i/ rc'cCl/l xt'als, hc h;l~ h'd Oiil cl~l~niic (ale will C<>l/tilltlt' l~)i Clil;iLt' it,clt ;it ;t <li/xxiil~ (~iic Cili(I l~l ll/;iLc lilt" iM~>~l ~cll in hi~ rclilcillt'i/l.
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I f t h e re i s o n e I e s s o n t o b e d r a w n from the 1994 failure of national health reform, it is that the United States has opted for the market, not government, as a way to address escalating medical costs. Indeed, the story of medical care for the past two years could be labeled the triumph of the market. Enrollment in managed care plans is surging; for-profit hospitals and health plans are expanding at a much greater rate than their not-for-profit competitors; and federal, state, and local politicians of both parties promote managed care as the best way to control Medicare and Medicaid costs. Why ltas the rv~arket lriumphed? Why Is Managed Care Held in Low Esteem? ()lit' Il.';tS(Jll Ill{~'-,! i)('t)l)]t' dl)lt'[ /lll(]t'l'Sl{llt(1
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T h e P r e s i d e n t ' s r¢1 e s s a g e "We are introducing managed care organizations to our program and helping them envision a role providing services for the homeless. They are at the table with us, but we don't know yet whether we are going to convert them." \cllicli<'s. _~l~)~i II/;il/;i~w(1 (ill(' is llti¢'t' let liili~itlc~. lll<+ I c~till i~ ~tl+ ;tltii~lq (l()lll lilt. l:lirtli~,l. ( ()ilxlllll('l~" ( ~)ll(WlllX, llill~ {i ~,IIc'HIII ()] IIl;ll/;l~t'(l ( ktl(.' ll~llT(ll <~ilv ('Ctl)ttll t'd 1)~ dlHllltIliC ~l()l'[t'~ i h~fi~ cx aild dcuic'd 1)el/cilia. 5~'< ~lll(l, lhc II ctli~ )tl. X't'ttTlllt'lt's~. lc'l tqll ])( ~llh GL d;tla sli~ >~', Potential Advantages of Managed Care and the Market
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7 h e President's Message 7OOO 6800 6600 6400 6200 6000 1400 1300 I200 1100 1000 t()l'-st'l\iC(' il/tt'llti\t', l() 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 01 92 93 94 95 in Thousand~ 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 l()l iil',l:lii(:(<. c\cl\ ttii('(l.r(l ()ill ci I)~'~'lI. ]ill' ill:ll k('l ;/i~,(I lllit\ ll{K't' (tlrtailc(1 ltiil- ('ml)l())cl h('cll{h iil~tlr~iiicc ])rclllitlill~ d('<lit~cd. I,ikct<i~c, ~lc(lic~ti(t (+xi)Cll(titttrc~ }l;lk (' lll()(lt'l ilIt'(L illlll()tl~4]l C()~I~ ()[ ~lcdi(;i/rc ( ()llliiltlC 1() (lili~l). ~()illt' ;/ll;ilt ~b cll(rit)tll( Pitfalls and Perils for [,,4anaged Care as a National Health Policy I lie m;tl k('i mid ils I)ril/( it)~il ill,It tiillci)l. ((m~()li(Ic/Ic'. ()l t'x t'l~ (l<)~t'. lilt' ( ()lllillllHilit'~ ti+('v ~(')x (' ttl'r tlit't'tttciicd l)~ dc(-rt'a~t>~ itl ~ it,ll i~ I1() ()l)xi()li~ tXaX t() ( ()l/l])¢'l]~;tlt' i()l tl~cil (eli(' il~ t)I ()x i(ti)~g (:l)lt31,)b I}lt'lll f()r lt'<~ <kill('(l
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The President's Message 1]I1 tl])l{t~l, lit ]{i{I I. ilic ttX I'1 ;i:~t' [)ttx ~ici,lii : 1992 ! ~ l 1994 ! ~ i 1996 ; ~ ~ : 0 20 40 60 80 100 1992 1994 1996 0 20 40 60 80 100 1992 i , m : 0 20 40 60 80 100
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c~mtcs from i1~ m~trkct t~tilttrc~, l-I~t' **~+~t ~1>~ i<>tt, i~ that t}~i' I]t<' uuill~tll'cd--<'ilhci ~tll)qdi/<" ltlcil il~- ~llI'AIIt t' Ill' ~uh<i(li/c lhcir h~i~ 11~)1 l)t'cil kit( Cl)l,tbh, ll<,~lll]l (cut, cx]~cii(iilui c The President's Message Ill <q Illl(' ill',lJI Ilt'~ (All" is ~4i\ ('11 Ill ~llit'l t'tl~t'k lilt' (Hit' i~ ill,lit]i< h'lll, illlli )lllll ~/I 1983 1 24.2% : 1988 : ~ 27.9% ~i 18.1~ 1983 1988 1994
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The President's Message Most inpatient care after childbirth legislation requires insurers to provide coverage for of hospital care following a normal vaginal delivery and following a Caesarean section. tll,.'ir <+ lit'nit'It. and hcnlIh c:u c I>udg¢'ts, cttttin-,> the' st'rx iccs ,+fl<'z¢'<l h~ t+ttl>li< c;ti<' [~>t the ttitii]stiicd i, ];tl~dt, i+()ptll+tti<lll <>l tilt,eli{ ~tltx ttilii.. I]I} ('Nl)t'l'it'II( t+. ill<' I('~llitx (Ji'I('lt t)lli lncdic;ll ( ;ilt' ~x sit'ill ;i+!}tt~Is
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The President's Nle ssa g e (ci txh'l ('~il t'~< il h'~ ~>1t x'< >x i( lcr~. Gag clause legislation either bans managed care organizations from using, or requires them to disclose clauses in their contracts to with patients.
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T h e P r e s i d e n t ' s r~l e s s a g e "Approximately 25 percent of IV~issoula's population was uninsured in 1992. The best solution was a local solution. Eighty percent of our doctors volunteered to provide services--dentists and mental health providers soon followed. Our two hospitals, along with city and county governments provided additional support." lt'(lliil(i;.tilt scrvicc~. Ill t'[lctl, lhi, h;l~ t)ccu hcMlh cclrc tot Ilic llllill',urcd, to ~l;.idll;Itt' liit'dic;.tl cchit~tlioii. ~)1 Io tlll(IClKVlJlc ~illfi tllt'it' in i1() i t>ilkl)ll I() ;INStilllt' lilt" for Pkilant~rop7 hc:ilih t {IIC. klilllt'tlllt'--lillt'I/ ~()k('l
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The President's Message ~'~ the mrbuh'nl nimnph still crcalc~ frc~h :~d in~tittlti~m,, ( ;tin] i(h',ttih ~tt('~t~ ]})t ]]llI)t(nClll('llt. tlI~" Ill41'~'t n'ward> hc~flth ,-i+;k ;t(!jtlstC'l x xVC'l (" , r-,t'(I. Better ;tcccs~ t,~ hi~hcr qu;tlit) cat c wouht surely follow. A working gr+)tt]) nn(h't ~)ttr Chronic Care Initiatives in in Millions 8
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The President's Message int'~)~ m;d web of [~rovi(lcrs and in~iilutio~ ;ll)tl~c. ;I uci~hb<>l <;~li help ;m cldcrlx shill-ill xxith ~hoplfit~~ AII(I ()t]lCl ;it lix itic~. "I'll<'~<' AFt' inclu<Ic ~tl(:]l 131(1~1 illil~ {i~ Faith in Action, Ser~4ce Credit Bmiking in ~llillilged (ttll ~ulll)(trl o[( )llC ( ][itu oh-( )lic Addi¢ i. pl,ti.ci l,,<,oC t t htll('ht'~ nati~tux~idc 1~ help <oun~cliiiR-, . ~])iliiualilt, and rcJc'rral HCallllClll Finally, wc Call t'(llt(alC the I)uhiic ill)~)tll hcidlh c;trc dvlixcrx 5x~lclli t)tqlC'l. Conclusion .\', il llllti(Hl, \~C tla\c ",tilLed (Ittl ilc~/ilit in rest'lilt li ;iii~l II wav~ IIMII lllClc, lt lit JiiClCa,ill~ Ilic cl[](icnc~ 1~('1; wc will i/its(' l~)q ;ill Cll~ Hlll(iti~ ()I)l)()i ('(ill('A[it)l] I() t)ll)l]l~)lt' f)lt'\t'llli~)ll all(I cc',',;Iti~m. ,\ne| l>lll ~i iiill ll) ih'itiilixxisc, Ira.. I',,,,I,,i "Our kids are very difficult to deal with. It is hard to remember to take your pills three times a day when you live under a bridge, The medical system is just not set up to deal with them and probably won't change soon,"
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S i n c e e n s u r i n g t h a t a I I P~ m e r i c a n s have access to basic health care became an explicit goal of the Foundation, our efforts have focused on overcoming the barriers to care experienced by so many people. ~Je have worked on barriers that resulted from ~-aork force distribution issues, financial limitations, sociocultural problems, and institutional structures. Our approach assumed that the care was there, if we could just get around the barriers.
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Goals Update in Millions 8O 6O 4O 20 0 1990 [] 1991 1992 1993 I 1994 1995 I)tll t)C('atl~C ~t ihc chail~t'~ lh~ll have oCCtlirt'(l. x~c' initiated t'fforls Io Mr('llg-th('ll the l)ul~- lic ]lcnhh svstCl]l, rurnillg Point: Collabonifing for a New Century in Public tlealth lhc W. K. Kclh>~g l"~mudali~m. Ihc ill the 91sl ccuilirx. Thc $7t.75 I? t'ia M ltlC[ {I It's. 575(!,OtH) t<~ lhc Ncu York .~(;l(lClll~ Mc(licim' i()~()lk ill c<)llab<)r;~li~m illg l(,lcs and lCSl)(,nsil)ilitic~ <>l iucdicin< alid pul)]ic liccthh ill the' 21~t tt'llttii~; il~ 199ti. includhig the Minolqtv Mcdicifl Facuh: Developnlent Progl'anl fill 51{) IniIlioi) five xcars, and the State Initiatives in Ileahh Care Reform iJroxr'ain li>i 57.5 t7>ln x c;us. The (:m-flu (]ciitCl, Inc.. ill All;uit; c<lillinuc dcvch~l)in~ ils lntcrinith l h'alil~ Plo~r;llll. The CtllTtqll ltlu(lill~" xxil] l)lcs <dpul>lic hc;/lih.
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Goals Update "'We were approached by a managed care organization to assist with outreach into the Latino community. We are now in conversations with a number of managed care companies to sell our "product." Through this non-traditional product, we are helping low-income Latinos have access to preventive health services." accc~ lot all Amcri<ans is uncl<'ar. In ]997, As r:~ana~ed care unfolds across g, merica, it is not yet clear ~+%,het promise it holds for people with chronic health conditions and disabilities will be In theory, managed care can provide more rational care, integrating primary, pr~ and specialty care, coordh~at~ng medical care ~'ith home and community-basec~ and including the patient in decision making. But for many, the reality f;~ .~t because managed care, like fee-for-service, i5 predominantly structured aroused not on meeting the long-term needs of the chronically ill. Medicare Medicaid Integratiot~ l'vogram will hcll) ,t;tt¢'~ ilHt'~l ;/It'
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Goals Update ;1('('( H II1 U.l't)ili l ~ :~ Illll II ;l~cC/ wht~lc field <,fmc'dh'i~c. T/w Strengdmning fl~e Patlcnl-Pro~dcr Relationship Ileahh Care Enviromnent hlitiative Chr(mlc Care Iniiialivc~ t'IIICI~CI ICt l~it Jill. Serlgoes I)rogralil S6VS.0Of) I<)lcpli( ;/it' I]lc'( ()llllIltlllilt-1)~/~C(I ~ ~tClll~ < )f't ~ll t' (level( li()llcll he;till/cxi)cndilurcs i~ l/iliilil~-IJtt~t'(1 ~cl ~icC~, which ~ilC Home Care Rcsearc]l Initiative llli]]it)II l(i ~ll])i)(llt l('St';li(}l It' ~l );il <)t Ill(' t;~ )l II ld:Ili, )It "~, IIt'~,~, ~ l ,"J nlil- ii<)ll erogTalll Io [ll('rt'ase Access to ltospicc lhc SUPI)OI{T *ill([~ itldi(i/lcd lil~/l ~l Inc~j()l ;(lillltli~i~ll ~)i/ tJ4iii~4 x~illl l)i~nil}, lit<., will It is projected that in 2020, people will have chronic conditions will have limitatio) in major activity In 1995, people had chronic conditions ~;.~7~=- ....... ( 2 e % ) ~~ had limitation in ~ ~ major activity k,~ .... //,ti.,,. ~., ', ,~, .~ ~/~,,,
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Goals Update alllillC }low hcall]l alld ]t)ll~-lcrlll Calc could bc slruclured to sal~guard the dignily of peoph' a~ tl~cv,~'~,~c. 3lorc I)r~mdh, in order m'~n k in April 1997. 111(' '"" ' ml I)lXlII~ Illllll])('l (1[ T h e n at io n's h e a 1 I h ca re 5 $' st e m continued its dramatic transformation during 1996 as it responded to powerful marketplace influences and government budget cuts. Some of the changes created special opt~ortunities for grantmaking in the substance abuse area, lhe explosive growth of managed care, with its interest in maintaining health in order to contain costs matched by its ability to institutionalize change, gave rise to new program authorizations. ~}bacco %Vifldn Mmiaged Care Orgmlizations, ])falls dci]i~e and inll)lclncl~t Iflll{l(('o illlt'l- S~ h<><~l <>f M~'dicim' I~ c~ll(itlcl a it",t'alch alld lit'lit'tits <~l lisil~g all tqlliX i(h'nlilicali~ni i)io- i/i;tlitl~('(l (dlt' ~cttin~s. ;il*~l ;lttt'('liilg tilt' st slt'lll ill ('~11 ¢> t{H" "'Managed care allowed us to take a non-traditional approach to providing care using a "physician extender." The wave of the future is using more para-professionals, non- MDs, and still getting reimbursed. We are working to improve the level of reimbursement."
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Goals Update Oi 85 88 90 91 92 93 94 95 ()dict ili\t.,ll!!t'i/l~ iucludcd SS million t}'o11/~i vciI-icl)of disciplhlc> I<) study tile dcvch q liul su(i c,s of SlnokeLess States: Slalewidc 3bbacco Prevention and Control Iniiiailve',~ ~1 ~11¢ <~]/{)l {Ilia <~thcl' dlli~ llSC (HI colh'~c ;llllillt< ('(illt'~t' ~lllfi ('~1111111{111i1% COIIl]tt'l si llc~. Fighting Back: ComnmniW Initiadw's Reduce Demand for l]legal DI ug~ and ADo
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Goals Update "Managed care is a two- edged sword for a public hospital. Revenue we took for granted is now attractive to other people. But it has made us look at how we interact with patients, And it's a positive to require people to participate proactively in their own care." TI~ e Fou ~,d a t J o~'5 ~ roe:; e ~:++~ a t i c f :~ c ~ ~ on health care costs had anevo- ]utionary five-year course. ~?~e had been of two minds about it from the start. Experience had s,bown that foundations have little leverage over health costs, and past initiatives in this area had been disappointing. Yet controlling costs was clearly an essential prerequisite for our other goals of assuring access to care, improving services for people with chronic illnesses, and expanding efforts to prevent and treat the harm caused by substance abuse. Should cost control remain a separate ~joal? Or should it be woven into our other activities? IMI~+kCS: Impro~in¢ Malpractice Prevention Workers" Coml)ensafion I[('ald~ Initiative
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s~art~d tu~dcv the Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization pr~gvam. Tl~csc 8 7 6 5 ~ 4 ~ 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 1~ • ,/ /l/r I ". Awm'ds hi fleM d l PolioT Resemcii in Ilealfla Policy Research si;trt,,.,<l to put)lish s<Jlac ¢)f their FC~llli,, illC lu¢lillg l)Lt~i¢l Xlc'c'li:tliic, Ph.l). {tll(l "Ihcda Sk~>c])<ll, Ph.D. (with Mcdk'~d ~chc, i1 under thv dirccli~)l~
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Distribution of 1996 awards D~ ~m~t~ i!/nl/n~ ~/ D u r i n g 1 9 9 6 , the Foundation made 875 grants and 71 contracts totallin9 $266.92 million in support of programs and projects to improve health and health care in the United States. These grant funds, viewed in terms of the Foundation's principa objectives, were distributed as follows: West-North-Central t:;t/t i,.,+ East-North-Central I ~ /,,!,,,,I,,,,,/,,,, 177 Middle Atlantic Pacific 1,'~111',,,,', West-South-Central New England South Atlantic ltllil ,, East-South-Central Itll}'l / ,,<,t, ;+,
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1996 Grants and Contracts T h e s u m m a ry of 1996 g r a nts a n d cont r a ct s is grouped according to the Foundation's goal that they address--access, chronic health conditions, cost containment % and substance abuse. Grants addressing more than one goal are included under cross-cutting, with the goal areas specified within each entry. Projects addressing purposes outside the Foundation's goal areas are included under "other programs."
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Grants and contract.~ authorized in the year ended December 3l, 1996. Access To assure that allAmericans have access to basic health care at reasonable cost. GRANTS +MI Kids Count: Establishing Immunization Monitoring and Follow-up Systems Pm,~?am to support the dcuelop- me~t at~d im/dementalion oJ motzi- iml~mve a~*d ~ustain at'ceo's to im- munizatim~@~r p~*'~chool child~e~ @)r the pegod$ i*Micated). • The T~k Force for Child Sor~ival and Development Athmta, GA S t89,734 di~r<li<m fi..l l[ Kid~ t:;statdi~h M/[m m u n izati<m M<m it<)rin~ and l'b/luw-up S~stems (I Fear), ID#27543 $77,218 Su[qdemenl t. tlu, Amcz ican .lore-rod of Preventive Medicine <m the .U[ Ki<l,~ C, mnt S 136,605 1-)disting p~i~'at,' m a n a.~ed (<~' pro~,idc~:~ iatn ID#29936 ~pha Center for ttealth Planning, Inc. Washington. DC S l O8,969 /+eail]~ ca~:' needs ~[ ~ u~a/ (rio" I :eat). II)#29~ Ii ~ne6can Academy of Pediatrics, Inc. EI~ Gro~c Village, $89,956 lm'm]~nralin,~ the Ig+wlt/~,~ Children ID#29393 ~aeficau &ssoclation for ~rld ttealth, Inc. Washington, $49.595 National pn~am to ~trengqb'~ /be ~atio~ ~ leadership in :ommunilv /..allb @r l )'ear). II)#27919 American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research Washington, DC $398,747 Research o~ the li~tk h:'tween welfim" arm health ca~e coz,era,w (fi)r 2Ferns). ID#27906 American Medical Association Chicago, IL $227,075 @)r2)ears). ID#26tll .~aerica's Promise mobilize a broa<t <#~s~-se'rtbm the ~it) tn.fi.m a collal:or.tiv+' vcn:a/:b' c<.~e~ <,/m<,rl:idit3 /:¢ri:ds indicated). • University of ~kktshington School of Public Heahh and CommnniD~ Medicine Scatdc, WA $516.190 7i,:h n i<'al a~ s i~la n cc q n d eli (I war). I1)#28654 lan< e l(, Amr*i<a ;~ l'*mniv' (9 ut<mthw, 11)#29729 The ~pen Institute, Inc. Queenstown, MD S 1 "t(L000 ll.u t~</lahh' at~ initmtivc~ fi. ~ h (fi)~ 2yea~s). ID#29079 The ~ssociation of State aod Territorial Health OfficiMs Washington, DC 536,000 lnventmy of curw~t /mhIic and pgz,ate se<'g<)r p uhlic kealtk ia ilia- live~ (/or 1 Fear). ID#29734 Bay ~ea Health Ministries San Francisco, CA $5,000 pt~;,~tatt~ (Jar I Fear). ID#29-t20 Boston Universi~ Medical Center Boston. MA $49,924 (h~,,,h~/nte,qtl (/hr l )era). ID#30710 Boston University School of Public I Iealth Boston, MA $42,052 ConJi't+'nce ot~ poll0' optiot~s fi~r /:mviglit~g clgI<tr¢, with ut6z,c~:gal health M.sura,ce cm,erage (Jbr 3 month~). ID#29728 Brandeis Universi~ ~orence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare Wahham, MA SI08,462 (.'<mj~'~'tu'e <m the Future of the U.S. Ilcahh Care System: Who Will Finance and Deliver Care for the Poor and Uninsured? (Ira 14 montt~s). II)#293t4 UniversiD' of California Oakland, CA Slu<t3 q[flhFsicia*~ u,otk.fim'e in ()di/:.wia (fw 13¢m ). ID#29873 Capital .~ea Training Foundation Austin, TX ,w,c/or ~nil~a/ire to im/n'ove the b':dtb ~# ~hihM'n @:r 1 )ear). 111#23479 The Carter Center, Inc. Atlanla, S1.500,000 llm,do/)mcnl ~ff llw l lc(dgh lFogram-l)tuz~e @.4 wa~:~). ID#27580 Children Now ()akland. CA S 15O,000 .Sl~lle @tinny' Io e.~mnd lo health in~ura~u'e./or children (/br 18 m¢mths). 1[)#28510 Children's Hospital Foundation of Austin Austin, TX $50,000 t'la n n ing.fi~r the pm,atization q/'a s<'kool bas:,d health sen,ices pn+,C~ram (jar l )ear). ID#30612 Colleagues in Caring: Regional Collaboratives for Nursing Work Force Development l'ro,wam to ~upl:ot! rc, giona[ effia'ts to d¢,s~q.a a cot~ tin u um educatio~ that will pre[mn' enlrat~t~ into the pr@'ssio~ to work in the full spectrum oJ patient care set- ling~ and lo serve in a va~4eO' qf clinical a~M administrative roles (for the p~qiod~ i~ dicaled). • ~HHA Edncation Fonndation Tempe, AZ S 198,530 (3)cars). ID#29 • UniversiV of Al~ka Anchorage School of Nursing aod I lealth Sciences Anchorage AK S 199,861 (3?ears). 11)#29443 • University of California, Ir~fine, College of Medicine Irvinc, CA S 199,409 (3years). ID#29t-t.5 • University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Dcm er. CO $200,000 (3 years). ID#294-g~ • Connecticut Lea~m for Nursing Inc. Wallingiord. CT S198.773 (3}ears). ID#294 • E~st Tennessee State University College of Nursing .Johnson City, S199,891 (3 years). 1D#29462 • Georgetm~ University School of Nursing Washington, DC S 199,592 (33ears). ID#29447 • M~L~ Health, Research and Education~ Fotmdation, Inc. Jackson, MS $200,000 (3 years). ID#29t52
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Access Maryland Nurses Foundation, Inc. IJnthicum, 311) S 199,344 (3 years). 11)#29450 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities St. Paul MN S~00,000 (3 years). 11)#~9431 UniversiD' of Missouri- Columbia, Charles andJosie Smith Sinclair School ~f Nursing S198,777 {3~cars). 1I)#2%t55 UnivcrsiB" o~ Missonri- I~nsas Chy School o~ S~00,00{} (3)ears}. I1)#~9t36 Universiw of New Mexico I iealth Sciences Center College of Nursing Allmqucr{luc, NM (3~cars). ID#~gtBT The Ohio Citizens Lea~m for Nursing { ]cxdan(1. {)t I $i99.861 (3~car~). I1}#20438 Rutgers, The State UniversiU% College of Nursing {3~{'ars). 1I)#29t30 University of 5onth Carolina College of Norsing { 2}luml}ia, SC (Bvcar~). 1D#2946() South Dakota Board of Nursing Sioux Falls, SI} S 199,741 (B~car~). 11)#29461 Tex~s A&M Universiff- Co~us Christi (3 ve;u's). ID~29-t63 University Heahh Care ~socia/es lhmohfltu ttl S186.671 (3~cm>}. 1D#29t49 • West Virginia University Fotmdation, Inc. .Xlorg;li] towI1, XVV S 199,871 (3 years). ID#29464 • ~nefican ~ssociation of Colleges of Nursing Washingu)n. DC 8316,742 7F( ht~hal a~si~/am'e and dm'c- t?e£ional Collaboratives,fi~r (1)'ear). ID#27595 Universi~" of Colorado Health Sciences Center Dctlvct', C() $659,767 I.;d/ow-u/~ ~Hu6 ~ Columbia University School of Nnrsing S t9.999 . ~ ~ w'~ ~ ~tl,'l* l o/~late hca Columhi~ Univ~r~ib' Sdmnl of Puhlic llealth Department of Health Ituman Services, Public ttealth Service, Bureau of Primary Health Care Bcdws(ta, MI) $25.00(} (/am/~ai£~ lo ~[imulalr m,dcA (/,r 13rm ). 11)#29385 Edgewood Children's Center San Francisco, CA S50,000 ~aw,k4ve~.~ (/br I 3era). ID#30761 Fom]dation of the UniversiQ, of Medicine and Denfislry of New Jersey Newark, ~] 11)#29353 S16,138 /~cdiahi~ ~'i~t~ b)~.'metgctt< ID#30145 The Fund for New Jersey New Brunswick, NJ $30,000 Ib'o~ganiztng Camden 2~ health <':m' delive0 s) ~t:,m and ira/ran,rag eco n o m i(' (Ira ,~'lop m r n t @port u n i- li,'~ @r 6 monlhg. II)#28630 Generalis/Physician Facul~ Scholars Pro~am l'ro£ra m 1o ~ upporl the ca r:er rlm @merit of out~lan<ling youngfi~c- uRr. in academic deparlme~t~/divi- .@m~ ~( fimfily practice, general inlrrna/ medicine, and general p:'dia/ric,s (/ht the/:errotis indicated). • University of California, Los ~M~geles, School of Medicine l.os Angeles, CA $239,719 (-t }ears). I1)#~923(} • Case %~stern Reserve University School of Medidne (~]('x clan{t, OH $239,657 {4years). 11)#~9251 • Children's Hospilal Medic~ Center (:inci)mati, OI 1 S109,140 {2}eros). 11)#29717 • Children's Research Institute Washington. DC $2 (t}ears). lD#29253 • Darlmoufl~ Medical School I lan(}~cr, NIt S I S2,978 (3~cars). ID#30(W7 • Georgelown UniversiD' Medical Center Waqfington, DC $238,825 {4 yem's). ID#29252 • Itarvard Medical School Boston, MA S~39,999 (4 ycms). IDa_.)..}4 = Memorial Hospit~ Pawl u('kct, R1 $2 t0,0(}{} 6t )ears). 11)#~9~49 • University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI (4 vc:u s). • Northwestern UniversiU' Medical School Chicago IL $23~},9{ 4 ) 090:- • University of Texas Health Science Center at San M~tonio San Am{mio, TX $239,155 (4 years). ID#29257 * University of Utah School of Medicine Sah l,akc City, UT $239,19~ (-t)ears). ID#29258 , Unlversib, of ~hin~on School of Medicine Seattle, WA S173,871 (30 months). [D#29976 * 3~le University New t larch, CT $2-t0,000 (t}cars). 11)#29259 " Georgetown UniversiD' School of Medidne Washington, DC S361,593 tim@>) the Ccm,ml>t l)h~ si~ mn ( Iyc, r). 1I)#279G3 Generalist Physician Initiative /,rrioJ imlico/cd). . UniversiD' of Missouri- Columbia School of Medicine (k)lmnbia, MO $550,553 Initiative (I 3'mr). ID#~8564 Generalist Provider Research Initiative l,ti/iative to .~uppvH a selJeg oft> ~ea,ra pt@':'ls to identify, aua6'z:. a :t d a ~ses s/h e (,ppo,t u n itie~ a n d constrainl~ /hat de/ermine []~e n'n: g'm'~alA/:sp:,~ ialist mix dA/rihution /hat q//F('t variou ~ fl/;,,t~ to gcm,,a/e <hange (/br periods indicah,d). " Health Research, Inc. Albany, NW sss,4~l (t}ear). ID#29918 . The Johns Hopkins Utdversi~' School of Hy~ene and Public Health Baldm(}t e, MD $752,075 (2years). ID#28373
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ACCCSS Georgetm~a~ University Medical Center Washington, DC S123,968 Expansion :Jibe }bun,f Plo~u'iaa Survey' III (lot I )'ear). ID#28326 Greater Cleveland Hospitfl ~ssociation Cleveland, OH $2~0,679 l.inkinK ~u/q~(v to demand: A l¢m~-ran~e n u r~i~ u,mk /mce The Greater ~nsas CiD" Cnmmnnity Fonndation K;msas Cily. MO munitv to addn'sg the nerds qf Hdldr~'n ~/~ 3 ycars:. II)#30376 Harvard Medical School .~u#po~l eJ th,' llo/,e~: It. l%'rt Fund (/or l uar). 1D#30133 H~v~ PH~m HeM~ C~we, Inc. Boston, MA S 1.093 Attitudes and Choices in .Urdical l:dt, a/hm and 7)ainhL~ (. V 1997 su~v0 (/br 37 month 1 l)#29699 I tarvard Universiiy School nf Public ttealth Boston, MA $74 l)evelo/:ment ~j a s/ati~ti~ a: &,maml :jb~ l 7 months~. ID#2S645 S198,811 l~valuali(m ~/'tlu' Nca'./e~ sU lhogm:m ( fi~r 18 month,s). ID#28732 Healthy ~ds Replication Pro~am fh'og~a m to ~e/:li('ale the l'Tmida f h'alth ~ Kids j:r(,~m m (~ comp~;tirnsive insluance product desigued spec~fical(~' fi:r children agars O-lS xeat,s and ,sold through thr period indicatrd?. • Horida Healthy Kids Corporation Tallahassee, FL $349,784 7Fr'h nical assistance and dit~'ction fm the fteallhy Kids lb,pli(atio, l%g~am ( l year). ID#2960~ Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition Inco~orated Washington, DC S 19,395 .S1@pot l Jor flrri~alal ouh~ a¢ h wo)het:s to attend nati(mal fi,tt m (fl~r l m,nth). ID#2S312 Howard University College of Nursing Washington, DC $9,300 Commtotity-~vide /l¢,alth jhi~ /br the /tomrh'ss (fl~r 1 month~. II)#30693 Institute for Diversity in llealth Management Inc. :ktlalHa, (;A $90,000 ~ionals with a/q.Wniate heahh mana,~,emrnt p,~i/i(m~ (J;,r 1 ID#27770 The Johns Itopkins University School of Ilygiene and Public Heath Baltimore, MD S230,000 Ac: r~ ~ ~o Ch:hl Health 1D#29677 Ladders in Nursing Careers Pro~am l)ro£~am to r@licate Pr¢oecl L.I.N.C., u,hiv]l (lemon~lraled an ~ffi'cTiv~' slrateg9 Io ]1el/~ i~1ler¢'sled and qtml~fied hosJ:ila[ advance into [.PN and ti:ms at the n u*:dng 5~ hool o/ lheil choice (/m the [wriod indicated:. • Greater New York HospitM Foundation, Inc. New h%ik, NT $219,762 7i,cltnieal a~sislan( e aud dirrc- tim@~r the La(lcle~:s in ( ;(ueers (1,.1.N. C ) (lamonths). I1)#26864 Making the Grade: State and Local Partnerships to Establish School-Based Health Centers l'ro:,,,m,1 to expand compn,hen~ive health sen,icrs~)r.whool-aKe c/zig (l~en b~' /)o~ding ~chool-ba,~ed health renter~ thai wouht be elig4hh:.fi~ bmg4erm ~upporl th ~,ugh .state a n d loca l/i~ n di n,q~ policie~ (/b r the periods indicated). • State of Louisiana Department of I lealth and ttospitals New Orleans, S 1,614,238 (-t)cavs). 1I)#29321 • State o f Maryland Executive Department, Office for Children, Yonth, and Families Bahimore, MI) S1,4t8,844 (4}cars). ID#29322 • State of North Carolina Department of Environment, ltealth, and Natnral Resources Raleigh, NC S1,410.550 (4ye;us). ID#3()189 • State of Oregon Department n[ ~[nlllan Resonrces %alcm, OR S1 A77,523 (4~cars). II)~29S36 • State of ~rmont .~ency of Hnman Services Warm bm7, k~ $940.7~9 (-t ~ems). II)#29437 • George ~hin~on Universlw Washinglon, DC $618,884 7?oh uical assistance and direr- lion fi, ,~ laking the (hvtcle: S/ate a n d L ,ca l l~a rt n l(slahlid~ ,Schoobl~a~ed Health (),ute~ (1 year2. 1D#26442 Marshall tteights Communi~ Development Orgmfization Washington, DC $200,000 Local health care phmni~,g initia- tive (/hr 9 months). ID#30480 M~sachuset~ Health Research Institnte, Inc. Boston, MA S 176,3O6 A nal~si~ o/whether non haspitah at*' merting communit3' bereft stanclatd~ (fi~r l 8 manths). II)#28427 $442,692 Dm,elopment ((a technical a.~si~- la ~t ¢'e ,sl ru ~ l tl r¢')~ r ~ 0 N s tt met heQdines (fi2r 2 yem~). ID#29314 S168,016 Pin n n ingfi;r a Na rio n a I A cces~ to Ca~e Hr~our(e Center @~r 6 monlh~), II)#30634 Massachusetts Institnte of Technolo~' Carol)ridge, MA $87.793 SIUr(y o/ slates' tttanag~erial ~ apavil)' to ~u~lain hrallh cote nj,rm (fi,r l ~'em). II)#28 t85 Maternity Center ~sociation S.t9,918 Plan n inK a birthinK ce:~ter.fi/r im omejhmilieu in the D/strict o/ Columbia(Ira I ~ea~). 11)#30174 MinoriD, Medical Edncation Program d,,~ig, m'd t, hH/~ min,,'it~ ~tud,'nts tam'e (ft, thcpetb,ls i,di~ated). • ~sociation of ~erlcan Medical Colleges Washington, $399,579 7FH~ni~ al a~i~/am e and din'(- tion fi,r the Min(M[) ,Uedic'al 15du(ati,n lh,wv~m ( 1 ID#28032 • United Hospital Fund of N ew York New 5%rk, NN St7,214 lCvaluatioa (jlhe Alinotitx 31edical Education (I year). ID#29560 MinoriD" Medical Faculty Development Pro~am A fi,llow,~hip lm~,q, ram.flw mino~4tx physicians interested in academic ca~ve~:s in biomedical research, din- ical investigation, and heallh ser- ~ ,ice~ rewa rch, ~'h o w ill en co a u d fi>~te~ lh e d,~,el(,/)men t q/,s u c ~ ians (jm tltr /~eriods indu'ated).
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Access • University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine Birmingham, AI. S163,006 (2 yca,-s). ID#30S75 • Baylor College of Medicine HoustOl~, TX $315,505 (4 years). ID#30803 $315,506 (4 years). 11)#29212 • University of California, Los ~geles, School of Medicine I:)s Angeles, CA $315,506 (4 years). ID#30807 S 162,996 (2 years). $315,506 (-t~ears). 1D#29213 S 1 (2}ca~s). 1D#3092-t S163.006 (2ycars~. I1)#29236 • University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine l.a.Iolla, CA S 163,006 S'311, (t~ca~s). I1)#30S08 • Universily of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine San Francisco, $314,367 (43ears). 1I)#292/t $315.426 (t)ca~s). ID#30S77 S162,978 (2 }ca~s). 1D#29238 S 163,O06 (2}cars). ID#30S74 • Emory Uiliversiff School of Medicine Atlanta, S 163,006 (2~cars). ID#30~76 • The General HospitM Co~oratlon-Massachnset~ General Hospital Boston, MA $315,490 (4years). ID#292~5 $315,~06 (t~c;us). 113#30810 • The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Bahimore, MD $315,503 (:tycars). 1D#29216 • Universib" of Maryland at Baltimore School of Medicine Bahin~orc, MD S 163,006 (2 years). I1)#29240 • Unlversig" of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson, MS S 163,0O6 (2years). I1)#29176 • Universilv of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine Chapel t till, NC $313.50(~ (4}e;us). II)#29~17 • Oregon tteahh Sciences University School of Medicine Po~ tland, OR 5161,515 (2xe:us). ID#29239 • Universlg" of Pennsylvania School o f Medicine Philadelphia, PA S~ 15,025 6t 5cars). ID#29218 • University of Pittsburgh Pitt~btugh, $315,506 61~cars). ID#29219 • Stanford University School of Medicine Stantb~ d, CA S I (2}cars). ID#29241 • UniversiD" of Tex~s Southwestern Medical Center at Dall~ Dallas, TX $315,506 (t}ears). 1D#30814 • X~anderbilt UniversiD' School of Medicine Nashville, TN S 163,004 (2 years). I1)#30802 • University of Vir~nia Heahh Sciences Center Charh me,ville, X% S163,0O6 (2years~. ID#29242 S 163,006 (2years). ID#29243 • Washinglon University School of Medicine Saint Louis, MO $315,505 (4 years). ID#29222 $315,:506 (-t ~eals). ID#29221 • UniversiD" of W~hin~on School of Medicine Seattle, WA $313,494 (4}ears). ID#~9~0 • George Washington UniversiW Medical Center Washington, DC $456,415 "l~'zh ~zica l /3r the ~ Ii~u, ih'_ I1)#28 I Monlana Communi~, Foundation Inc. ticlcna. MT $2o.995 II)#29~-14 National Academy of Sciences- Institute of Medicine Washington, DC 5349,199 National ~Vssociation of School Sc~ub,~rottgh, ME S 196,2-t0 lhq '~/o/.mvd ID#27295 Natinnal Pnblic Heath and Hospital Institute Washington, DC S 199,988 gem' o~Kaniz:mons (fi,r 1 )ear). 1D#23299 S t70,593 l')xp~n<Ird :mal~ si~ rf hea/th and <re'as :lOt 16 mop,the). ID#296,t-t The New York Academy of Medicine New '~brk, NY $749,774 Cow,yen ing fif pr(~'ssionals in/ml:h'c health and medicine: partnering to improve eo m m u n iO' health in the 21st ce~m~O' (fi~r 18 months). ID#28618 Opening Doors: A Pro~am to Reduce Soclocultural Barfers to Health Care A joint prodam with the Kaiser k?tmilx' Foundation to sup- pint demonstration and re,watch [mOect~ that have the pote~dialJbr impmvi~,g~ acce,~; to maternal ~ hild, a mt ~e/;roductiz,e health services ,'d~u i~g .socioczdtural barriers to ~ an' (/,r thr perh~ds indi~ ated~. * Universi~' of New Mexico Health Sciences Center Albuquerque, NM $77,170 (2}ears). ID#~8351 , George W~hingm)n Unlversi~' Medical Center Washington. $41 1,641 and dire~tiouj,* the I)o,r~ lS~g~am H 3ra~). 11)#26981 Or~ Heath ~nefica, ~nerica's Fund for Dental Heath Chicago, IL $25,000 lh&/ieatkm ()ml fb,allh 2000 ,k?~tirma/ ~j?, 6 month~). ID#30578 Partnerships for Training: Regfonal Education Systems for Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse-Midwives, and Physician ~sistan~ 15oLdam to d~,elop reg-ional mode[* ./b* the education ~f mid b~,el prae- lilio~te~:g Io incn,ase the n u tuber u ~dersrr~,ed a~'as (Jb~ the pe~4od~ indicated). " UniversiD" of Colorado Health Sciences Center Dcmer, CO S 1,300,000 (73momhs). ID#30882 . UniversiD" of Minneso~ School of Nursing Minneapolis, MN S1.300,000 (73 nlonlhs). ID#30883
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ACCESS • UniversitT of Wisconsin- Madison Madison, WI S1,300,000 (73 months). 1I)#30884 • Kssociation of Academic Health Centers, Inc. W ~shington, I)C $761,052 7Dk n ical a gsi~ta nce a n d Cr~g/b,d Nurw-Mi,hciw'~, and Pkr q( ian A ~ sAla n t~ (23ra~). 11~#28569 People-to-People Health Fonndation, Inc. Millwood, S t57,000 immi,want~'<uce~ t. b,<tltk wrz,i.'~ ([br 2 ~r<us+. l l)#2661 $200,O00 ()~:d h ist<,0 ~(mrrlk al in .b:u.ri<:t (fin 3)','m:~). ID#27985 S-t9,814 .S.rvUs (/u~ I y,ar). II)#28370 Planned Parenthood eVssociation of Mercer ~ea, Inc. "I't onion. ~1 $30,000 wumrn (fi, 1 )rrzr). IDg2S590 Practice Sights: State Primary Care Development Strat%6es lhro ~gt col/< l>oratio~ a m<>nA, state affem'ie,~, communities, g~rm[)~', and h+'allh s<ho<>g~to improve It: ~ne<tk'alh' undm:smz'cd <m'a~ (for the pm'iod i~.ticated). • North Carolina Foundalion for ~ternative Health Pro~ams, Inc. Raleigh, NC $357,207 7;,,h n i, a l . ~ s ista n <'e a t:nn fin lhwticc SiA~kts: State ,Str.tr<'ic~ ¢ I vcar), ID#27176 Primary Care Development Corporation New York, NY $300,000 .Vow }brk Ci(>Stat+'pa~tner.ski/: to accch'rate the d~,eb)/mu'nt ],'ima~7 ca~, fiu'ilitie~ (jut 3 year,s). ID#28538 Project 3000 by 2000: Heath Professions Parmership Initiative lS*~g.* m to a ~ist the AA3 IC veh)[: the <ommuni n.:luiwd to incrr'<:~r lhr n umber<)/ <<m'ct ~ ([bt tk<' [~¢riru/s indic <ttcrl L • ~MIegheny University of the lleahh Sciences Phikulclphia, 53 1~,825 (3 ?ea~s). II)#28706 • UnlversiD- of Connectlcm Iteahh Center Farmington, CT $349,990 (Sycars). 11)#28699 • Medical College of Georgfia Augusta, $3,t9,990 (Syears). 11)#28700 • UniversiD' of Louisville Research Fonndation, Inc. 1.otfisvillc, $3 t9,908 (5>cars). ID#2870l • University of Massachosetts Medical Center k~2n-ccstcr, MA $350,000 (5 years). I1)#28702 • University of Nebr~ka Medic~ Center Omaha, NE $350,000 (Syears). ID#28703 • Universi~ of North Carolina at Chapel Chapel Hill, NC $3 t9,955 (5 years). ID#28704 • Oregon Health Sciences Foundation P<>vtland, OR S~{3(J,O00 (5 years), ID~28705 • The Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC $350,000 (5 years). ID#28707 • University of Wisconsin- Madison Medical School MadisolL $349,966 (5 years). 1I)#28708 • ~ssoclation of~erican Medical Colleges Washington, $2~R,243 gon./br 15o]r~ t 300(: 14 20:)0 (I Uar). ID#26976 Public Health Foundation Enteofises, Inc. Cilv of lndt~sHv, CA S 100,000 lb,~ ,iding wdln+'ss can' at ID#29922 Reach Out: Pbyslcians' Iniliative to Expand Care to Underserved Americans d,./:(~l/m+'nl~, hospelal~, olhm:s, t. ,'x/rand thei~ wh' in the [nm,isi<m <~) care t. the in//,,i~ (<mttn ,niti,'~ (/<n mdicat,'d). • Arizona Chapter of the Ame~can Academy of Pediatrcs, Inc. l'hocnix, AZ (3 years). ID#29989 • Connty of Beaverhead, Barrett Memoral Hospit~ Dillon, MT S 199,170 (3~ea~s). [D#30032 • CLECO Primary Care Ne~vork Shelby, NC $200,000 (3 years). ID#29990 • Cedars-Sinai Medlc~ Center Los Angeles, CA $200,000 (3}cars). ID#29991 • Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh I)ittsbm gh, PA S 199,894 (3)cars). 1D#29992 • Church Health Center of Memphis Inc. .Memphis, TN S 199,999 (3 years). ID#29993 • lteallh Care Access Ne~vork Des Moincs, IA S l gg,S~2 (3xcars}. 11)#29994 • Medalia IIealthCare, LLC S20<),t)00 (3)ca~s). II)#30033 • MetroEast Program for Health S 199,923 (3)cars). II)#2999~ • Miami Baptist ~sociatlon Miami, (B }cars). I1)#29996 • New Song Urban Ministries Iuc. Baltim<~c, S198, t40 (3 }cars). 1D#29997 • The Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, Maryland Inc. R~w~llc, MD S 199,281 (3}ears). ID#29998 • Rotacare International, Inc. Morgan Hill, CA S200,000 (3 years). II)#29999 • SSJ Mercy Health System, Inc. Miami, FI, S 199,996 (3 years). ID#30000 • Stagey Street Treatment Resources, Inc. Fall River, 3L~ 5200,000 (3 3'cars). 1D#?,0001 • ~st Vir~nia Uuiversity Foundation, Inc. Morgantown,
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Access * Worcester District Medical Society ~k>rcestei; MA S~00,000 (~ ycars). ID#30003 - Memo~al Hospital Pawtucket. RI $613,675 7~.chnical a~i#am ~, and direc- Iio. ~n" Reach Out: Physicians' In/t/a/me to l?xpand (~are to ~ I year). [D#27959 * %~stern Consortium for Public Health Berkeley, CA $217.049 Ph ~ s icia ~ ~' [. it i. ti~ ~e t. l~xp a n d Plmw I1 (2 xrm:~), 1I)#24341 Rochester Health Commission Rochester, NY S50 1 )~mg. 11)#24485 Rntgers University Foundation New Brunswick. X] S753,500 ~Hwol in Camd.m ,k~vJ,'rv3 (jbr 5)ears). 11)#29436 $50,000 Phm.i~g /Dr a prima0 care hralth cenler@. 1 ~ea~L 1D#30-t05 University of Soulhern Mississippi t latticsbm'g, MS S162,571 TI)#29271 Spectrum Publishers, Inc. New Orleans. I A S 14.864 Exl~a~d~d distribuho, Jottro~tl for Mhlority Medical Stttdents (jot I year). ID#27607 UnlversiQ' of Tex~ Health Science Center at Honston HoustolL S 14 1,700 l:u))di)tgjb) tfi'alth l)~itiative ([or IS mo)dhs). ID#2S650 The Tides Center San Francisco, CA S 175,000 31omtori ng. Duhlic and private qf.u to i~creav, children ~ ae~e,~s to health in,~urance ~ibr I year). ID#29635 Turning Pollitz Collaborating for a New Century in Public Heath lie/It ffate~ imflm~¥' the pe(/br- manee qf thei~ pabli: heallh fiznc- tionx ghrough a state Dwd ~trategic <t~se~s merit of public hea#h don, its )Hatimt ship to the priv.te n~'et~ m' t/or the fieHod mr/it ah,d ). • University of School of Public tieahh and Community Medicine Scauh,, WA $257,367 C.Uahmwti~<¢ /br a m l>uDlic Hr<dlh I1)#285S9 United Way of San Diego Coonty San Diego. CA $400.000 The Chdd*~'~ ~ D~tiativr. a ID#2S5S7 The Urban Institute Wa~hingt()n, DC .~k~v./er~0 @r 2 ~e.rs). ID#30554 Volunteers in Medicine Institute Inc. Hilum Head Island, SC $99,480 l)~,etoD~nen t q/te~h n ID#30334 %~stern Consortium for Public Iteal~ Berkeley, CA $45,8,t0 [').~ding~. the thmt National lbimm7 Ca)e (.'onfi'.'me (fo~ 6 monthU. ID#29569 UniversiW of Wisconsin- Madison Medical School S197,7~3 wana<o'd cmr If)#28719 CONTRACTS America's Promise l>mg.ram to :'Imlle~t,¢e citie~ mohdize a Dread cro~Hection oi the cit~ to fia'm a collabo)ative at~d su~tctined effiJ)'t to reduce Ute pn.- z,v)dable causes ~ morbidit3 mort.lityjbr children (~ the p'Hod indh'ated), • Louis Harris & ~sociates, Inc. New ~%rk, NN S22,800 Su~vq :m tfeallh and Safi'ly )buth (2 I,.ItHI~). 1D#29073 Communications Projec~ Muhiplc Contractors ti:m (/Dr l ):a~). ID#~9151 ~,/:t::,~ in/:n,viding Hu/:hrn u t~ ~z'et ~:d h ea ~th in ~ zt t'a ~ u' :oz,e~ .g.,.(fi. 3 m<,,ahsj. ID#29743 $26,365 hle can', :rod hi.e/hi:~ (ft. 6 m:>nths). II)#30.I06 Matbematica Policy Research, Inc. WashiNgton, DC S 171,9O8 (IFtt%~ I'll (I #ttHtl(l,~rF:[ :(lie ment (/br l ~:.:. ID#29567 Research/Sirate~'/ Management Inc. $69,397 lb'~ean h w~ attitudr~ atmut pubiie D.aZlh (ft. 4 mo~tt~W. ID~99~7 S 19,000 Hrs,'arch on allitmle~ o[)old ]:ub[ic health (JD~ I month). II)#3114.t Sucherman Consulting Group, Inc. New ~%I-k, N~~ SI2,474 7~:h ~Hc al assistance for a con~'r- em'e wt th¢'flcturr of the ~ ~..S. health cme nsu'm (jhr 2 months). II)#2/9497 Turning Point: Collaborating for a New Century in Public Health l:m, tuam to helfl state~ im/.ove the [mjDrmance cf their puDlic health Ju n clio n 5 th ro ugh a state h~u'l stmt¢~.ie asse,ssment q[public health's mi~don, it~ n'lationiD@ to the pm:ate ~ectm; oLga#Hzationa: jb~re <apacit5, acco.)dabiliU, a~<t so. rre,s o[ r~ven .e (f~r the pe~4od in dicated). * The &ssociation of State and Ter6tofi~ Health O ffici~s Washington, DC $60,333 15~i,t (2 y'<~rs>. I1)#30095
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Chronic Health Conditions 7b improve the way services are o~ganized and provided to people with chronic health co nditio us. GRANTS AIDS National hlterfaith Network Inc. Washington, I)C $25,000 Support fn AIDS workr~:~ to attend ~,r 1 month). ID#28727 ~mrican Dental ~sociation Heath Foundation Chicago, IL $23 ID#29232 Atlanta Interfailh ~DS Network Inc. Atlanta, (;A ID#29329 Benedictine Nursing Center M~. Angel, OR St8,335 l)emm~ st~.ti.. ~ im/nv~,¢d wheel- d,'.ls @* 9 m,,nths). 1I)#29269 Brandeis UniversiD', ~orence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social X~}lfare Waltham, MA Sl8,385 oklcr [.'./d.: (fin 7 m(mt&~. II)#28983 Bro~m UniversiW Center for Geromolo~' & Health Care Research Providcncc, RI $304,050 .S]ningfidd Stu~ with DAabil/lics, lS montDw. II)#28141 University of California, Los ~geles, School of Public Policy and Social Research Los Angeles, CA S136,794 .~':u((~ of chihl~en with dAnhilitirs (p. 1 y,'ar). ID#2887I The Carter Center, Inc. Atlanta, GA $50,0o0 5,~mpo~ium on mental hpalth ..,~tl(d illm'~s i~t /k:' w(.kplace (Jot 8 mrmthO. ID#30526 The Center School t lighland Park. N] $20,000 Hsk h'arninL~ di~ahh'd slu(Irn/~ (lot 3 m:.~tDs). I[)#27469 Children's Hospital Corporation Boston, MA l'}'a~ihilit3 o/a fidb~w up ~v,:d.ati.n 15'~j.et (/o~ 9 m.nlh~). 11)#29535 Chronic Care Initiatives in HMOs ddi; ,eO :,/ w'r~ ,ice~ t. ch .m i:.ll~ ill p.tirnt~ in/)~]:aid .mn:(o'd • University of Colorado Health Sciences Center l)cmer, CO $203,069 (18m~mths}. ID#2~/g3 • llenry Ford Ileallh System I)ctroit, MI S I (17months). 11)#30800 • Legacy Good Samm~tan Hospital and Medical Center Pordand. OR $525,732 (3 }cars). I1)#29070 • Universig, of Minnesota Medical School Minneapolis, MN $530,371 (4 }'cars). I1)#288~-t • &&HP Foundation Washington, DC $266,87 l 7;.ck nical a~i~lame and dm'etion ji. Chronic Can, l.itintivp,s in ILIIO~ (8 ID#28596 University of Colorado Foundation I)cnvcr, CO 548,451 (.':mfi.~vnve to stimulate div us~ion ,,,' ,".:-q O' ,.,*' (/,,, I II)#30689 Commoni~ ttealth Law Project East Orange, N~ $20,000 l'~.,<vm m to a~i~ t eld¢~ 6 a n d disablrd ]w@l¢ l,r, Jm di~rctivr~ (Ira 15 months). I D# 28531 Consumers Union of United States, Inc. ~bnkcrs, NT $t 59,600 Delaware-Raritan Girl Scout Council Eas~ Brunswick, $6.000 AII)S .dw ~tim~ m.l ~.rvice ll)#29284 Education Development Center, Inc. S~97,600 , 11)._~)3/ Educational Broadc~stlng Coq)oration N'c~ ~brk, NT $639,705 M.l/i-m,'dm ,'urric.l.m on end-(j :io~:~ (/Dr 1 y'm). ID#29469 Faith in Action: Replication of The Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Pro~am lhrwmt~ t. help ~u/:port the e~tah- all ag'r~ wild rhronic health condi- tions (:. the/)¢riod~ indicated). • ACCORD Battle Creek, MI $25.000 (18momhs). ID#29453 AIDS Communi~' Services of Western New York, Inc. Bufthlo, NT $25,000 (18 months). ID#28847 MDS Interfaith Ne~'ork Inc. New Haven, CT $23,000 (18months). ID#29892 MDS Interfaith Ne~vork of Savannah Inc. Savannah, $25,000 (18months). 1D#28980 ~DS Volunleers of Lexington Inc. Lcxington. KY $23.000 (lSnionths). ID#303~9 Absolutely Positive + hie. Roswell, GA $25,000 (i8 months). Adull Care Ser~%es, Inc. Plcscott, AZ 525,000 (18m~)nths). II)#30228 Mive Hospice. Inc. Nashville, TN $25,000 (l~momhs). 11)#28904 Moysius Home Inc. Memphis, TN $25.000 (18months). 1I)#29670 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, Inc., Greater ~shin~on, DC Chapter Washington, DC $25,000 (18months). ID#28729 $25,000 (18months). ID#28730 ~zheimer's Disease and Related Disorders ~sociation, Inc., Greater Miami Chapter Miami, $25,000 (18 lnoHlhs). 1D#30057
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Chronic Health Conditions • Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders A~ssociation, Inc., Mid-Willamette Chapter Salem, OR $25,000 (1~ IllOlllbS). ID#29862 • ~y Baby Can, Inc. Austin, "IX $25,000 (18 months). 1D#30166 ~sociated Catholic Charities of E~I ~nnessee, Inc. Knoxx ille, "IN S~5,000 (18 months). ID#297B1 Athens Ment~ ttealth, Inc. .kthcllS, ()11 $25,000 (18momhs). ID#30932 Ba~Mew Hmuers Point Nenvork for Elders Inc. San Francisco, ( (1Smm~ths). I1)#2S851 Bethany Lutberan Church $23,000 (ISmontbs). II)#29669 Bethlehem Lutheran Churda 1.ongmonl. (18 IllOIltllS). II)#305~9 Blue X~lley Communiw Action Inc. Fairburx; NE $25,00d (lSmonths). 1I)#2S833 The Boyle CounD, Seoior Citizens, Inc. 1)amille, $25.000 (18 months). The Broo~yn Hospital Center Bvookl~ n. NY S25,006 (18months). ID#29306 COPE/WC, Interfaith Vohmteer Care~vers Dcnven CO $25,000 (lgmontbs). ID#~91~6 C,S,S. o f ~shtenaw CourtD' $25.000 (1Nmontbs). 1I)#30771 • California Pacific Medical Center Foundation San F,ancisco, (L~ $25,000 (18months). ID#28784 • Cancer Ser~5ces, Inc. Winston-Salem, NC $25,000 (18 months). ID#29154 • CounU" of C~s Adamic, IA $25,000 (]Smooths). 11)#28688 • Catalina Helpiog tlands Catalina, AZ $25,000 (18 months). 1I)#28969 Catholic Charities (IBm(roll>). ID#~S832 Catholic Charities (lSmonths). 11)#30507 Catholic Charities and Communiw Ser~fices Northern $25,000 (lS mouths). The Catholic Charities of Diocese of Bnffalo (],Smon0~s). H)#30494 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of ~hkima Y:tkima, WA (18months). 11)#28971 Catbo]~c Charities of Hampton Roads, Inc. Virginia Beach, $25,000 (l~ Inollths). ID#29030 Catholic Charities, Inc. Fort Worth, TX $25,000 (l~montbs). ID#30301 Catholic Charities of Los ~geles, Inc. Los Angeles, CA $25,000 (lgmonths). ID#29878 Catholic Charities of the Soud~ern Tier Elmira, NT $25,000 (23 months). ID#28960 • Catholic Family Service, Inc. I~uhbock, TX $25,000 (18months). ID#29584 • Catholic Human Services Gavlord, M1 (18months). ID#30510 • Ceotral Oregon Council on A~ng, Inc. Redmond, OR $25,000 (18 mound,s). II)#28970 • Cerebr~ PalsT of Northeastern Minnesota Dultuh, MN $25,000 (1Nmonths). ID#30866 • The Charles Mbert Tindley Commnuity Development Corporation Philadelphia, PA $25.000 (ISmonths). 11)#30739 • Chattanooga C.A.R.E.S. Inc. ( ;hattanooga, TN $25,000 (18momhs). I1)#30086 The Children's Hospital ())lumbus, ()~ l $25,000 ¢l~months). H)#29647 Chippewa County Mon~exidco. MN (18mond~s). ID#30470 Christian ~ssoclates nf Southwesl Penn~Ivanla l'iusbm-gb PA $25,000 (ISm~mths). ID#28990 Christians United On{reach Center Ashchoro, NC $25,000 (18 months). ID#29112 The Chnrch of the Good Shepherd ~Vatertown, MA $25,000 ( [S months). H)#29601 Clear~eld Conn~ea Agency on ~ing, Inc. Clemfield, (18momhs). ID#30770 • Clifton tteights Neighborhood Association St. l,ouis, MO $25,000 (18 months). ID#29778 • Coastal Caregivers Brick, NJ $25,000 (18months). ID#29859 • Collier/McDew Health Promotion Coalition, luc. Savannah, GA S25,000 (18months). ID#28834 • Columbia University New York, NT S')5,000 (lSmond~s). ID#29877 • Communlt2,." Family Life Service, Inc. Washingum, I)C $25,000 (18 months). ID#30(i28 • Como Park Li~fing at Home Block Nurse Program St. Paul, MN $25,000 (18 months). ID#30283 • Compassionate Hands Inc. Yukon, OK $25.()00 (18 months). ID#?;(1498 • Compeer, Inc. Pittsibrd, NT $25,000 (18months). 1D#30546 • Compeer of North Iowa Inc. Mason (;it7,, L~ $25,000 (]Smonths). I1)#29534 • Concordia Lntheran Chnrch Triangle, VA $25,000 (18 months). II)#30227 • The Congress of National Black Chnrches, Inc., Southern California Affiliate Los Angeles, CA S25,000 (18 months). ID#29602 • Conscious Contact San Rafacl, CA $25,000 (18months). ID#29032 • Cottage Grove CommuniD' Chest Inc. Cottage Grove, OR S25,000 (IS months). ID#29199
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Chronic Health Conditions • Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont, Incorporated Bxatdeboro, VT $25,000 (18months). II)#29578 • County of Pickaway Circleville, OH $25,000 (I8 months). ID#31035 Covenant Seuior Day Pro~am Portage, MI $25,000 (18 months). ID#29749 Dakota ~ea Resources and Transportation for Seniors Wcst St. Paul, MN $25,000 (18momhs). ID#29860 Development~ Opportunities (:~lIl(}ll Ci(}, CO S25.000 (ISmomhs). ID#30592 (18months). ID#30610 The Diocesan Conncil, Inc. $25,000 (lSmonths). lD#299-t3 The Disabili~" Counection Ft. Collins, CO $25,000 (1Nmonths). ID#30t7t Disc Village, Inc. q)llahassee, FL $25,000 ( IN months). ID#30591 Don Bosco Commnnity Centers I~msas Citx; MO $23,000 (18momhs). ID#29587 Earlh Care Ministry Convcrs, GA $25,000 (18months). 1l)#29779 $25,000 (18n~onths). 1D#29844 S~5,000 (lgmomhs). ID#28731 • Earth Care Ministry Oxford, GA $25,0o0 (18 months). ID#29074 • Easter Seal Society For Disabled Children and Adnlts Inc. Washington, DC $25,000 (18months). ID#28849 $25,00O (18momhs). ID#28785 • El Paso Fountain Valley Senior Citizens Program Fountain, (:O $25,OOO (lgmonths). ID#30115 • Faith in Action in Northwest Florida Inc. Pensacola, FI. $25,000 (IN months). I1)#30422 • Faith in Serving Htnnmfity Inc. Morn oe, GA $25,O0o (18 months). I[)#298t5 • Diocese of Fall River, Office of AIDS Ministry, Inc. Fall River, MA $25,000 (18montlas). II)#28764 • Family Friends of Eastern Nebraska Omaha, NE $8,698 (18monlhs). ID#2S936 • First United Methodist Church Nortblk, NE $25,000 (18 months). ID#29198 • Frame Memorial Presb)qterian Church Stevcns Point, WI $25,000 (18 months). 11)#28866 • Francis Itouse Inc. Tampa, FL $25,000 (18months). ID#30402 • Frankford Gronp Ministry Inc. l'hiladelphia, PA $25,000 (lSmomhs) ID#29552 • FranMin Memorial Primary Health Center Mobile, AL $25,000 (18 months). ID#29850 • Friends In Need Inc. Ki ngsport, TN $25,000 (18momhs). ID#30155 * Friendship Haven Inc. Fort Dodge, IA $25,000 (18 months). 1[)#28883 - Friendship, Inc. Fa rg~, N D $25,000 (18months). I13#29923 . Full Circle: MDS Hospice Snpport N~ folk, $25,000 (18 mOlllhs). II)#28716 G. T. Services, Inco~orated Momoc, IA $25 (1Smonths). 11)#30074 The Gabriel Fnundation Inc. Fort Myers, FI. (lNmonths). 1I)#29107 Gila Mounlain Uoiled Methndist Church Yuma, AZ $25,000 (18 months). ID#29893 Good Ground Full Gospel Fellowship MinistNes (~cdar Rapids, IA $25,000 (18month~). II)#30284 Good Neighbor Ser~fces Foundation Roscville, MN $25,000 (1Smonths). ID#30495 Good Samaritan Project ~msas City, MO $25,000 (18 months). I1)#28916 Grace Church Utica, NT $25,000 (18momhs). ID#30031 • The Greater Baton Rouge Federation of Churches arid S~agogues Inc. Baton Ronge, $25,000 (18months). ID#30773 • HPC Foundation for Hospice Care Ft. Smith, AR $25,000 (18 months). 1D#30970 • Hastings Family Ser,Ace ttastings,., MN $25,000 (1Smomhs). ID#29588 • Ha)~,'ood County Council on Aging Wavnesviilc, NC $25,000 (22 months). ID#28979 • Health-Care and Rehabilitation Ser~fices o f Southeastern Vermont, Inc. Bellows Falls, VI $25,000 (18months). I[)#3035-t • Highlands Community Ministries, Inc. l.ouisxille, KY S25,o00 (18 months). I[)#29582 • Hollywood Lutheran Church 1 .os Angclcs, ( (19months). I1)#~$991 • Hollywood-Beverly Christian Church ftollx~voo(l, CA $25,000 (18momhs). ID#30157 • Hope Hospice, Inc. Rib I.ake, WI $25,000 (18months). ID#28966 • Horizon Health Inc. Picrz, MN $25,000 (18 months). ID#30471 • Hospice Dwelling Place Inc. .]amesville, $25,000 (lSmonths). II)#28963 • Hospice For Communities, Inc. Flint, MI $25,000 (18months). ID#29049
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Chronic Health Conditions Hospice San Antonio San Antonio, S25,000 (1Smonths). 11)#28850 tlouse of T.I.M.E. Inco~ormed (~ohmfl)us, GA (18m<mths). [D#~8748 Houstoo Couoty Group Home, Inc. Caledonia, MN S~3,000 (18months). II)#28848 Human Resources Authori~ Inc. Escanaba, MI (18 monlh~). Interfaith Caregiving Network Interfaith Elderh" Assislance of Greater Chattanooga Inc. (~hatlanooga, TN (18 months). II)#29S61 Interfaith Ministries of Hawaii Inc. } hmoluht, Ill (lSmond~s). 1I)#2S885 Interfaith Program for the Elderly, Incorporated Milw;mkec, WI (iNto(mills}. 11)#29307 • lr~fing Park United Methodisl Church Chicago, IL (1Sm(mths). lD#3()-t97 • TbeJanet l~Itles Ment~ ttealth Centeg Inc. Rockford, (IN months). 11)#30611 • JeMsh Family and Childrens Service of Southern Arizona l~c. "l'ucs(m, AZ $23,000 (18months). II)~2SST0 • JeMsh Family Service of Los M~geles I,(~s -kngclcs C~ (ISmonths~. I1}#3{I637 • Jewish Family Service of Orange Cotmty Inc. Middletown, NY 525,ooo (18 months), lD#29586 • John ~11 ~DS Ministry Monterey, CA $25,o00 (18 months). ID#29127 * Josephine Sunset Home Stanwood, S25,0(}o (18 months). ID#28981 - ~uai Interfaith Council i,ihue, III $25,000 (18months). ll)#29801 * Kcnosha ~ea Family and Agfing Ser~ces Inc. K{'nosha, WI $25,00() (ISm(mths). ID#30 , I.afayette Catholic Service Centers, Inc. I.Mh~cttc, S25,00{) (/Bm{)nd~s}. II)~3(}515 , Lexin~on Richland Alcohol and Drug Abnse Council, Inc. { 2,}hmfl)ia, SC S25 (ISm{}n~hs). II}#30t40 * Lilly Ministries $25,000 - IAncoln-Lancaster Seniors Foundation Linc.ln, NE (18 months). I1)#30t01 . Lincoln Entheran of Racine, Wisconsin, Inc. Racine, WI $25,000 (18 months). , Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly t l;mcock, MI $25,000 (lSmonths). ID#2893 . Lbfing Independence for Everyone (LIFE), Incorporated ,la{ kson, MS $23,{}{}0 (18m{m~hs). 11}#30569 Living Independently Through Vohmteers for the Elderly of Cleveland County, Inc. Shclbv, NC S25,060 (18months). ID#298.t9 Li~1ngston County Catholic Social SerT1ces Brighton MI S25,000 (lBmonths). ID#29454 l.ong Island &ssociation for AIDS Care Inc. Htmtington Station, $25,00{} (lSmonths}. ID#B0506 University of Louisville Research Foundation} Inc. L{}uis~ith', KY (18m{}taths). ID#29St7 Lnve ING of Bedford Coumy B{,{lfl}rd, PA 523,(}00 (INmonths). ID#3054B Love INC of ~fayette l+afhxcttc, I=~ 525,00O (18tnonths). ID#29703 Love INC of Northeast San Gabriel ~kalley ()>xina, Ck (lSm<mths). ID#29851 • I,ovejoy ltospice, Inc. { ;rants Pass, {)R (lSm,mths). 1D#28982 • Lutheran Homes of Oshkosh, Inc. { )~}]kosh, WI (18m(m[hs). ID#303ll • Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota ()o{}kst{)n, MN $25,000 (l~ months). II)#B04,t9 • Lutheran Social Ser~1ces of South Central Penn~'lvania 5btk, PA $25,000 {lSmonths). 11)#30931 • Matin ~DS Interfaith Ne~vork San Anschno, CA $25,000 (18 mond~s). ID#29075 • County of Marquette Marquctte, MI $25,ooo (18 months), ID#29027 • Martin Luther Homes of Beatrice Inc. Beatrice, NE $25,000 (18 months). ID#30608 • Martin Luther Homes of Iowa Inc. Wauk{m, IA $25,00(} (18mon0~s). ID#29581 • Martin Lnther Homes of Ncbraska Inc. Attl}tu-n, $25,000 (18 months). ' Martin Luther ttospital Foundation Anaheim, CA $25,000 (1Smonths). ID#28643 • The Memorial Hospital of Salem Count3,' Inc. Salem, $25,000 (2 years). II)#29369 • Mental Health A.ssoclation in ltamihon County Wcl}ster City, IA $25.000 (lSmontbs). 11)#29649 • Mental Health Association, Inc. North Carolina Raleigh, NC $25,000 (lSm(}nths). ID#2931{i • Mental llealth Association Residential Care, Inc. \Vichita, KS $25,000 (18 months). ID#30274 • Mental Health Association in Tuscaloosa County~ Incorporated Tus{:aloosa, AL $25,000 (18 months). ID#30300 • Mental Health Association of York Count), h}~rk, PA S25,000 (18 mot~.ths). 1D#30469 • Mental tIealth Services of Cranston,Johnston and Northwestern Rhode Island Johnston, RI S25,(}00 (l 8 inonths). 1D#29668
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Chronic Health Conditions • Mesa Senior Center, Inc. Mesa, AZ $25,0O0 ( 18 months). II)#Zq671 • Messiah Lntheran Church Eugene, OR $25,O00 (18months). ID#28836 • Missou6 Association for Soci~ Welfare ,ldt~:vson City, MO $25,000 (18months). [l)#29580 • Mobile ~DS Support Services Mobile, (18 months). 11)#30473 • Monongalia Count" $25,000 (lSmonths). II)#29(166 • Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church Baulc (hock, MI • Muhlenberg Reg{onal Medical Center, Inc. Plainfield, $25,000 (18 months). ID#2S914 • Mulberry Lutheran Home, Inc. Mulbcmx, $25.000 • Ne~ork AIDS Inc. (18 months). ID#298t3 • New Be~nning Enterprises Independence. (lSmonths). 11)#30355 • New Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Church, Inc. Baltimore, MD (18months). 1D#29406 • North Presbyterian Church l)cm {q; (~O (ISm{mlhs). 11)#~9153 Northeast Kansas Area AgenQ' on Aging Inc. tliawatha, KS $25,000 (IBmonths). II)#30636 Northwest ~ng ~sociation Spencer, L~ $25,000 (lSmonths). ID#29371 Northwest Nssistance Ministries l lous~¢m, TX $25,000 Oe~IS lnc. Albcmarlc, NC ( IS months). I1)#2S917 Oak Grove United Methodist Chnrch Milwaukic. O~ahomans for Independent Li~ng McAlestcv, OK PRODUCIR Inc. Partnerships for People Inc. Short ttills, N]J 523,OOO Pathways X~lunteer Ilosplce l,~mg Bcach~ CA $25,(J0(I (lS months). Petersburg District, United Methodist Chnrch I'e~cvsburg, $23,000 (ISmomhs). 11)#29323 Presb)~erlan Outreach Omaha, NE $25,000 (ISmomhs~. ID#28868 Presb)aery of the Palisades $25,000 (18months). II)#3()153 Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Inc. t lunting~on, $25,O00 (l,q momhs). I1)#28(,)38 Prince William Interfaith Vohm teer Careg6vers Pro~am Manassas, k% $25,000 (INmonths). ID#28835 Pro~'essive Training Associates Inc. l~ridgcl)Ort, CT (18months). ID#30930 Providence Health Care Foundation Anch~rage, AK (1S m{mths). [I)#29518 Range tIelping IIands Inc. I libI}ing, MN (ISmonlhs). II)#28962 Range Respite Project Virginia, MN { 18 m{mths). Rapides SIation Communi~' Ministries Alexandria, ( 18 m~mth,). Reaching Out to Senior Adults Inc. (IS months). Real Ser~fices Inc. S(,uth Bend, IN (lSmomhs). ID#29308 Region~ ~DS Interfaith Neu~'ork (~N) of PennsTlvania I,ancastev, I'A $25,000 (18 months). 1I)#286-ti Reli~ons Effort to Assist and Care for the Homeless Inc. llagcrstown MD S25,000 (18 months). ID#30609 Rochester ~ea Alliance for the Menially Ill Rochester, MN $25,000 ( IN months). ID#28935 Rum River Health Services Inc. Princelon, MN $25,000 (18 months). 1I)#29372 Rural MDS Action Network Minneapolis, MN $25,000 (18months). 1D#30583 St. Camill~s Provincialate ~Vatuwatosa. WI $25,0O0 (18 months). ID#29057 St. Francis' Medical Center $25,000 (18m<mths), [L)#28915 St. Francis' Medical Center $25,00o (18 months), ID#30165 St. Joan o[ Arc Church (1Nmonths). 1D#30772 St. Mark's Chnrch Bnmsx~ick. $25,000 (18months), I1)#29589 St. Rose Dominican Hospital t lc~dcrson, $25,000 (18months). 1D#30516 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Culpcper, $25,000 (lSmonths). ll)#29Bl(~ San Diego Interfaith Caregfivers Vohmteer Pro~am for the Kumeyaay and Pal Pal Band of Indians Alpine, CA $25,000 (1Ninonths). II)#30404 Diocese of Santa Rosa, Catholic Charities S;mta Rosa, CA S25,000 (18months). ID#29780 Scheurer Hospital Pigeon, MI $25.000 (lSmonths), 11)#30635
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Chronic Health Conditions • Self-Help, Inc. Riverside, RI $25,000 (18 months). I[)#29622 • Seneca Connty Commission on Agfng Inc. T~ffin, Ol I 525,0OO (lSmonths). I1)#30026 • Senior Citizens Coordinating Council of ~verbay Communiw Bronx, NT $25,000 (18 months). 11)#30468 • The Senior Citizens Conncil of Greater Au~tsta and the CSK~, Geor#a, Inc. 525,O00 (18month%), I1)#3015t • Senior Coastsiders Inc. 525 (18 months). 11)#30156 • Seniors Interfaith Resonrce Center Inc. Bcthe~da. S~5,000 ~21 mont}>). 1D#29028 • Shenendehowa Senior Citizens Inc. Clift(m Park, (l~m~mth~). 1D~'30073 • Shepherds Center of Raytm~n l~msas Citx. M() • Shepherds Center of ttarrisonburg Rockingham Coung Inc, [ta sonlmrg. VA $25.000 (1Smonths). I1)#28901 • Sismrs of St. Francis Foundatlon~Sacred Heart Proqnce Dcnxc~: CO $25,000 (18momhs). ID#28SS-t • Social Concerns Inc. St. Louis, MO (18momhs). I[)#29776 (iSmontlas). 11)#30 • Sonth Austin Care~vers Austin. TX 525 • State of South Carolina Department of Mental Health (k~lumlfia, SC $25,000 (1Smot~ths). ID#29031 • South Central ~abama Coalition for Citizens ufith Disabilities Al~dalusia, AL $25,000 (18 momhs). II)#29485 • South County Senior Serqces, lnc. San (3cmcntc, CA (l~monfl>). 11)#2~71~ • South East Communi~" Organization Inc. Baltimore, 31I) (INmonlhs). I1)#29153 • Southeastern A~zona ~kflunleer/Elder Services S;fflbrd, AZ (18momhs). II)#29623 • Somhern Tier Environments for Liqng, Inc. .lame>town, NY ( L~ tn~mths). [L)#30399 • Sonthwesl Re~onal Development Commission Slam,on. MN (1Nmonths). 1I)#296t8 • Stillwaler Area Community Serqces Center Inc. Stillwatcr, NY • The Sumnfit Medical Center Foundation ()aktancl, CA (L~months). ID#30~5 • Sunnyslde Commnni~" Services, Inc. Stmnvside, (18 tllotllhs). ID#30152 • Temple University Plfiladcll)hi;t, t'A (INmonths). ID#29775 • Texoma Seninr Citizens Foundation Shcrllla~l, I'X (l~months). ID#~717 • Town of Coveutry Covcnt~T, RI 525,000 (18months). 1D#30030 • Tou~ of Natick Natick, MA $25,000 (1Smonths). 1D#29842 * To~ship of lslip Interfaith Volunteer Care~vers Inc. (ISmomhs). ID#29193 - Tri&kalley Elder Services, Inc. Wcbstcr, MA C18montt>). [D#2918l . Triniteam, Inc. Eatt Claire, WI (INtm,nth~). I1)#29370 . Ulster Community College Foundation Stone Ridge, NT $25,000 (lStnont}>). II)#30273 - United Conmmnity Independence Pro~ams, Inc. Franklin, t'A (l~months). 11)#2963~ ~ United Ilospltal District S~5.000 (1~momhs). ~D#30276 . United Senior Serqces Corporation, Incorporated New Bern, NC (18m~mths). ID#305-t7 . United Way of Bennin~on County Inc. (1Smonths). ID#29933 - United X~y of Santa Rosa County, Inc. Milton, FL $25,000 (lN lllOllths), 11)#29505 , United %~ay and Volunteer Services of Greater Yankton ~!mkton, SI) 525,000 (lgmonths). II)#300g7 . Urban Ministry of Greater %k~terloo Watcrloo, IA (lStmmths). I1)#29777 • Virginia Park Citizens Service Corporation Detroit, Nil $25,000 (18 months), 1D#307,t0 • Voluntary Action Center of Montgomery Count, Blacksburg, VA $25,000 (lSmonths). 11)#30629 • ~lunteer Action Cenler of the Mid-Ohio Valley Inc. Parkersbt~rg, $25,000 (18momhs). ID#3054g • ~blunteer Care~vers Pro~am, Inc. Pottghkccpsic, NY 525,000 (ISmonths). 11)#29981 • Washin~on County Elder Care Inc. Bartlcsvillc, OK 525,000 (1Smonths). LL)#28919 • Washington Regfional Medical Foundation Fa~ctteqlle, AR SW,,000 (18months). II)#2896N • Washin~on-Hancock Commnnity Agent" Milbridge, ME (18months). 11)#30607 • ~sley Health Care Center Inc. Saratoga Springs, NY (lSmonth~). ID#29579 • %~st Virgfinia Universi~' ttospitals, Inc. Nlotganlown, ~X~r S25,000 (21 months). ID#28964 • Westbay Commnni~~ Action, l~c. Warwick, RI $25,000 (18months). ID#29623 • Westerly z~ea Rest MeMs ~I Inc. Wcstcrb; RI S25,00d (18momhs). 11)#29748 • ~stern North Carolina .MDS Project Inc. Asheville, NC $25,000 (ISmonths). ID#30472
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Chronic Heahh Conditions • West.side CARES Inc. Colorado Spril'~gs, CO $25,000 (18momhs). ID#30934 • The ~odlands Reli~ous Comnmni~', Inc. The ~odlands, TX $25,000 (18 months). ID#29624 • Worcester County Ecumenic~ Council, Inc. Worcester. MA $25,000 (18m~mths). 11)#29305 • Worcester County luterfaith ~lunteer Care~vers Inc. (18 I]l{)llths). • The ~}ung Ch~stian ;~b~sadors of Oklahoma Inco~orated Chandler, OK S25.000 (18m{mths). I1)#28965 • Your IIeallh America, Iuc. Atlanta, GA $25.00o ~lSmomhs). I • I~ngston Itosphal Kingston. NT S83{},-t31 llOtl,/}~t I'll [I]1 [H .'~ ('[?Otl; lb,Jdicathm ,/"l']tr (1 w.~). 11)#27303 Fanfilv Voices Algod{m{es, NM S-t89,307 need~ children (jhr 33ear~). 1D#30~/36 Nofida Commissiou on ~ng ~dtb Digmi~" Inc. Tallahassce, FL $398,690 Public education to promote a 1N m~mths). ID#29110 Fonders Concerned About ~DS~ Inc. George Wastfington University Washington, DC S t5,0-t9 l):'~'el@ing a toolkil Io hdp end (J'l~F (Jot I 3era). ID#29719 Group HeMth Cooperative of Puget Sound Seaulc, WA S197,045 1}lan ningfi)t :t flto£ram (j chronic I Iarvard Pilgrim Itealth Care, Inc. B{}sum, MA $43,975 medical cthu'alhm jbr ¢ a~,' end oil:, (jht 1 year). tlome Care Research Initiative (I tWI o/11 ¢)t:l:' (I ~1 ¢1 ¢ ¢) m Ill II It ~I)-1)(I ~at~'jO~ the ('hm~ica/6 ill (/b~ p,'riods • Universily of Matssacbusetts Bostoo Bost(m, MA $385,447 (30 m(}nths). • Visiting Nurse Service of New ~brk .X~vv };.k, .X'}" S 540, 5 O0 [:oi#7 and/:mcticc (29 I D#BI O99 $348,144 ('Oll1117 II #l J(}'-/gH5 P([ cg117: ( 2 )(:(l l'~ ). Ii)#3(}172 Itospital Research and EducationN Trust Chicago, IL $25,000 li~,~hlh naliona/ ftlI )q UI)S update 1D#29113 Independent Choices: Enhancing Consumer Direction for People with Disabilities l)m,&,'ram to itnpmve ~ervi:'e arran,wmenls fi)r lhe c/~mtm a@ ill tO' encoura,¢ing ma'haniwn,~ that belier cooMinah' and balance vi¢e% addressing both the acute can, and junctional care needs the ch *rmicall3' ill (/br the • Arkansas Department of Human Ser~ces l.iulc Rock, AR S-14&294 (3 ~cats). [I)#30280 • State of ~o~da Departmenl of Eider Affairs Tallahassee, FL S 159.582 (l}car). 11)#30840 • Health Research, Inc. Albany, NY S t98,738 (3xcars). ID#30279 • State of New Jersey Department of Human Services Trcnu)n, S167.626 (l~car). ID#30839 • University of Maryland Center on ~ng {:{}liege Park, MD $32 t.390 l;'( hnh'a[ a~ff~tan( c and I/on ft. lira drm:~tfftat/gm and II)#~4BI • NationM COul~cil on lhe A~ng Inc. S~7Z726 7;,('I~ nical a~ff~lam'e and li(,~ fi,r the ( onutmcr empowe~- c,m/:one*~t (1sear). ID#28t32 • UniversitT of Maryland Center on Aging College Park, MD S 180,000 lndepcndet~t Ch,me~ demon~tta- t/on and :waluation pmL~am (1 year). 11)#30555 $230,000 Ind¢/wndent Choices demonsha liott at~d ~,<duati(m ~suflph'- met~t (1)ear). ID#3I)861 The J ohns Hopkius Universib" Institute for PoliQ" Studies Bahimo~ e, MD $50.000 ,St ud3 q/living c,mditi(m~ .tmmic a~ts with (fi, IS ,,mlhU. II)#29078 Junior League of Elizabefla- Plainfield, NJ Inc. Crantbrd, ~] u,Rh A H)S (Ira 3 II)#30393 Mental Health SmMees Probwam for ~uth l}m,k~tlm to im/2m;,+' ( hi/chvt~ a~d smdh Ihrouff~ the mtd//-a,&,cm3. ~(af¢-commt~tit~ /)(:tltm1:~]~@~ tirol ('a~i mezk¢ ma/m- Ii,,, a ~d d,'giz¥97 " CiD" and Count)' of San Francisco San Francisco, CA S911,622 (2 years). ID#29391 • ~shin~on Business Group on IIealth Washington, DC S t75,57(} 7~,chnical asffstance and diwc- tion fi}r the Mental lh'alth Service~ Ping'tam fi:r }bulb (lS mo~dhq. ID#27374
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Chronic Health Conditions Meutal Health Services Progq-ani for Youth Replication Ping, ram to help mhti/ional stale~ a n d co,i m u n tries fin sedou@' mentall) ill chiblren through a pn~q~ram ef tech nical tiou, and small vtart-up A~rmts 10 ~tates (Jm the penmh imtieated). • State of Indiana Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Ser~fices Indianapolis, S75,000 (I year). II)#28620 • Commonwe~th of M~sacbusetts Executive Office of tiealth and Human Services $73,00O ( I )ear). • State of Mississippi Department of Mental Heahh S 1 ( l year). • Puget Sound Edncafional Ser~ice DisIrict No. 121 (l )ear). 11)#~8673 • Stale of South Carnlina Department of IIeahh and ttumao Scr~fces $51 (l)car). II)#2BBI{) • University of Soudl Florida, FIo~da Meutal I Iealth InstiIute Tampa, FL $75,{}00 (l)car). I1)#~8658 • Stale of Tex~s, Tex~ Department of Mental I Iealth and Menial Retardation Austin, TX {Treat). 11)#28619 National Academy of Sciences- Inslitute of Medicine Washington, S75,000 (ft, l:em}. ID#29725 National Council on the Aging Inc. W'lshin(~ton D(" S50,000 Linking the l:ami(r l,)Tends intm- gem'~,liona[ modal with the teen (fn 1)'ear). ID#30780 National Federation of Interfaith Volunteer Care~vers, Inc. ~ngst{m, NX $399,933 l)~a,dopment q/ a nation<t/s)'stem r¢ ~tatmHde intq~hilh (ft. 3 year~). ID#29774 National Hospice Organization, Inc. At lingt{m, %k S1 ] 3,280 l'm/,'~ l h, hain wff:len:~ in cud-@ National Muhlple Sclerosis SocleD, N{'w 5)}rk, NY $355,703 .Wa::u. I1}#29548 S~a~e of New Jersey Department of Mealtb Trcn~{,n. 5717,195 New Jersey Institute of TechnologT Foundatiou X'c~ m k, X] S1~1.998 (h~9~ with disald/ilie~ /.. ti~,. Do.., eu~ ..raiDs). University of Nmlb Carolina Chapel Hill School of Nm'sing (ihapel Hill, S 1 (}(} thed~in,g (jm 2)'ea~:~). II)#301f)l Park Ridge Center (2hicago, $2&343 (/Dr 7 ,,mths). ID#29559 Self-Determination for Persons u~tli Developmental Disabilities 1}m£ram to helt) slah's im/)h'ment a .rare cost-~fJective syglt>m while ~imultaneou~(~ allowing/hmilies and pm:~on~ with disabilities Hmice in drterminMg the IkO ~'.'ive @. the pm'iod imlicah,d). • Universi~ of New Hampshire Du~ ham, NH $91,971 71,(t~ n ical asffs'ta nee a n d dire('- lion fl~r SelJ Determination Perwng with l)~eh)/)mental l)iwthihtb~s (2 months). II)#28790 Universi~' of Sou)bern Mississippi Institute for Disability Studies I taliieQ)uig. MS S379.954 ( l.¢m i( alh ill 3 IM~i~ippia, s (/,r 3 warU. Ii)#~7393 Vanderbih UniversiD' Institute for Public Policy Studies Nii~hx ilk', TN $45,4S7 l'.'i,alualTon ojtk~" l'Tzmil~ : ".i/7<.lil,. l'~:£.i,i (ft. 7 .:<.:the:. II)#29~(i7 University of Vir~nla Heahh Sciences Center { ;harl{)ttcs~ lilt, 81 t,'cB ..d ~tq// (/Dr 1 11)#30 116 Yale UniversiB' School of Medicine New I laven, CT r:m' (nt u,od,'m:s wilk cAr(m?( ill- n,'~ ~'~ ot /)tm/i.ual limilations ffbr 18 m(mtDsj. ID#28955 CONTRACTS Barksdale Ballard & Co. S 1 ~ 1.000 tion~ @, 1 )'ear~. lD#~9929 Chronic Care Initiatives in HMOs il: /mtient~ in/m'pa.l managed <rap o&~:m ization~ (f(>, n., imh'rated), ', Gronp Health Cooperative of Puget Sound Seattle, S29,978 (lyear). II)#28681 FIeishman-Hillard, Inc. Washington, DC S105,502 Media bri@'ng on chronic care i~sues (/Dr 1 month). ID#30232 Mary K. Uyeda, Ph.D. Washington, DC S22,800 A n a(ysis (f b~ca l to trite,ware ,w~vices fin the clmmi- cal6' ill and other vulnembh" popu lations ~)r 3 montD~J. Ii)#29737 Pro~am on the Care of Cfiilcally Ill I I ospitalized Adulm (SUPPORT) lJm<&~'am t. 5up/;ort a ttationa[ l(dJorative ~jfiJrt aimed at phsffeians and their edtica@ ill a(hdt patient~ [niate Hiniea: manage,,,nt gdes bawd on pwdk'ted ouh'nn/~ ,~ patieut~ and fnmi/ie~ (/"r the /,,.iod it~:li~ated). * Communications Projects Multiple (2onlra(:l(}rs SB 1 l'tockaw aml di~hih.ti.~ ¢~ ww:U. ID#29935 product,/Dr dis ~emit:nti(m to ID#29190 Service Credit Banking In Managed Care Pr%~ra m to provide teed n b al ,~7,li< (m'ou (( w, vi<' ; rwd it pro,~'ran~ attd denmnstrate the cial6' ~el~,su~tainiugpr~'ect a maria.fled tcm" otgranization the pedod indi< ated), " General Physics Co~oration Columbia, MD ~4~,450 Conversion qf service-credi~ i?t&~, . ~o ?w:m' to l l)nd.w~jbrmat :3 v.a~:). II)#2893~ Stewart Comnlunlcatimls Chicago, IL S?~3,817 "17~d: /orce mana<&.ement, outwach, :.'livities /hr l_a~t .-b't~ (/(. 1S ,wnlhs). ID#30257
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Substance Abuse To promote health and reduce the personal, social and economic harm cau,sed by substance abuse -- tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs. GRANTS Alcohol and Drug Abuse Sel f- Help Network, Inc. Wilh)ught)? 1 tills, OH $49,650 Start-up q/ a national secular suhstctnce ab)t~e ,w/j-help prog~.m (Jhr 13'ear). 1[)#27460 ~lina Health S~tem Minneapolis, MN S48,171 ~J the AlICPl¢ Kuiddim, (/br 16 ID#30499 ~aefican Bar ~sociation Fund far Justice and Education k~'ashi~l~tOtL S,t82,219 ~/<mce ahuw /mddrms 11)#29319 Americm~ Lung Association S200,000 la.'~ and i/.~ i,:[;:u t .:ati:m (jot 1 yem':. II)#~8-t94 i~mrican Medical :gssociation Chicago. S 1-t,t00 Amedccu:~ (/br 3 m,nthg. ID#28874 $29,85~ C(n(/,'w,: ¢ on "Ibh,, ~ o <rod l le:dH~ (jb) 6 )wraths). ID#29398 MneHcan SocieD' of Addlclion Medicine, Inc. Chmy Chase, MD S197,884 l~brlMw/) :rod/.diO' lernative nicotine delive @r l year*. ID#30691 Boston University' School of Public Health Boston, MA $5o,ooo Devdol:men! of a X<~tional "lhbac~ Control llbdd llT(te IIFb Site (:~r 13'ear). ID#28367 $383,523 Co m m a n iO, ~jj~'t't,~" (( h~c a l sub- stance abuse initiative, (jo~ 18 mongkq, ID#29585 S138,4()4 pa)ti<ip(~ti<m o.tw(.h activities around IIBO sul:~tcm:'e :ial~ (fin 7 .:.nth~). II)#306S6 Universlb' of California, San Diego l,:t.Jolla, CA $597,012 I D#28042 Center for the Advancement of Health Washington, $49,699 3/n. a,¢~, d ca w/.,fib ,,rathe:. II)#28757 Center for Science in the Public Interest Washington. DC S78,000 l )~q,H@ mvn I (~ a ~o m m u n i l~ ~' bi.,a' d,i,*t'.~g (ft. I I13#27965 CommuniD' Mti-Drug Coalitions of ~edca Alcxandria, l"hznninA~Jur rebuikhng l]te a//)<m, nt mov,,,',t to p~v,,.t (bug- ab,w'(:.6 mm~ths). ID#2SS19 $499,067 Cnmpoigm (/br ] 5em'). II)#30058 Creighton Universiq' School of bledicine Omaha, NE S 182,399 tl,,ir.fimfilics ffbr 20 II)#2~493 Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc. Boston, MA S t9,981 l)i.~w'minati(m ((th:, fed:ral AtI(J'I¢ gui&,line on Smoking Ces,~ati(m to o~L~anized labor (for 6 monthO, ID#29471 Drug Strate~es Washington, DC $350,078 C:mtm w'd pilot d,~,eb:[)nw.l ~lah' [mq/ih',s on subst,me ahu.w /:mbh, m s a n d polici,,s (ft. 23'ca r~). ID#24326 Edocation Development Center, Inc. Ncwlo~, S 1,546,689 Highe~ education center fi)r ah c~k,l )earO. ID#28911 EducationM Broadcasting Co~oration New h%rk, St,380.107 ),'mh /br . [~.hti( td,>,i~i,m w) ie~ .. od<h, tio*~ and *w,n'r0 (jht 19 m:mlh~). II)#2864-I Fightiog Back: CommuniD' Iniliatives to Reduce Demand for llleg~ Drags and ~cohol .S,p/:oH q/ comn:uni(~ wide to rcd,<e <dcohol a ~t<l dru,( [m~,rntion, earl)' idenl:ficalmn, the/)rti(nl~ indicated). * East Bay Communio' Recovery Project Oakland, CA $853,446 (14months). ID#28484 . Mecklenburg Couuty~ Mecklenburg Count" ~ea Mental Health, Develop- mental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Autho6D' Charlotte, NC $1 J)09,275 (17momhs), ID#28482 . Newark Fighling Back Parmership Inc. Ncwavk, NJ S538,9()8 (1)ear). ID#29274 5542.160 (gmond>). II)#28483 * Vanderbilt University" School of Medicine Nashville, TN $614,793 7i,ch n ica l a~i~t, nce a n d direction.fin Dxh ling Back: (~o m m u n it3" In it ial i~ ,& to l?rd t. e l)ema nd./br ll/G~al Dt l~g3 and Abohol (l year). ID#28568 Free To Grow: Head Start Partnerships to Promote Snbstance-Free Cnmmunities lhv{g'mm to d~q,d,p and ))+odelsjb) Ihe fh'.d St(~)'l to mcn'(Iw il~ ~ a/:aciO' to ~l~r'nL~tkett the /hmi6 and ,.'iad~&,rho:,d rnvi tunttwnt jbr high-rid: ¢ hihhett to n.duce Iheir /m,hh.ms (]br the perio:A i.di~ :~ted :. . &spira Inc. of Puerto ~co Rio Piedras, PR $620,871 (3 }cars). ID#290t3 " Audubon Area CommuniQ' Ser~fices, Inc. 5(i49,970 (3~cars). ID#29()-16 * Charles R, Drew UniversiW of Medicine and Science i.os Angclcs, CA S(i08,936 (3)cavs). ID#29017 , CommnniD" Partnership for Child Development C()lo~ad() Springs CO S252,924 (lyca~). II)#29041 - Columbia University School of Pnblic fiealth New Sk>rk, $483,88 I 7~'< h n i< a I a~ si~:a nce a n d all*re- lion fi~r l4~,e to (h~m,: Head .5l<~*l t)artt.>rJ@~ [o .Stdastance-l'~,r (I 3eat). ID#~868-I Genesis Counseling Center Inc. Collingswood, N] $50,000 Altrrnative,sentrncing /:roKram provicb" whczhili/ation t:~ ~uh~tamc I1)#30B15
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Substance Abuse Girl Scouts of the United States of America Ncwh%rk, NY S 17,500 (;irl,~ Scout~ against ~moking @,6 months). ID#29386 Harvard Medical School Boston, MA S198,459 l:urtber di~eminatio~ ~( :tn anti- alcohol abu ~e theatre pr@'cl (/br 2 )'ears). ID#28585 Harvard Universi~' School of Public Health Boston, MA $908,579 (p.'2S mo,dh~). 1D#~9870 I IarveyJ. *~>iss and &ssociates Inc. Austin, TX S t t9,3.t-t l%~,e.ti,m Coaliti.~ (/br I1)#28635 Itealthy Nations: Reducing Substance Abuse ~nong Native Ame~cans wduo' t]::' hm m cauwd b3 sub- ; p, /).' p,'riods mdh atrd ). • Central Council of the Tlln~t & Haida Indian Tribes Jtmcau, AK SS99,915 (-t}cars), 1l)#28263 • Cheyenne River Sioux of the Cheyenne ~ver Reservation Eagle Buttc, Sl) $803,689 (4)ca~s). ID#2S2M • Cunfederated Salish & Kuotenai Tribes of the ~mhead Reservation Pablo, MT St7Z572 • Confederated Tribes of the CoMlle Reservation Nespelcm, WA $600,740 (4years). ID#282M • Confederated Trbes of the Warm Springs Reservatiou of Oregon Warm Springs, OR $661.203 (4~cms). 11)#28235 * Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina Cherokee, NC $778,073 (4 years). 1D#28256 • Minneapolis American Indian Center Minneapolis, MN $900,000 (4 years). ID#28259 ,. Sealfle Indian Heath Board Seattle, WA $863,678 (4 ycars). ID#28262 - United Indian Heath Services Trinidad. CA $8()0,002 (4)cars). ID#28264 * Universi~" of Colorado Health Sciences Center I)cnww, (X) S,1~4,471 7~'chnica: a~'ff~tam'e and din,c- lb'd u ci.g Su b ~ta ~ ce A b A mon,kr .X'a/ivr A mvricans (l 3ear). II)#28031 I ted~ck Smith Productions, Inc. B{qhesda, MD St 30,(}00 (fin 8 ,.mlhs). II)#280"t0 UniversiD' of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, IL $34,858 9mon&sL 11)#28676 Jacksonville Fonndafion Inc. Jacksomdle, FL $332,802 National l'}~otboll Lea,cue pm,g~a m to cdm'at¢ wouth about the risks o/tobacco use (Jot 1D#29514 Universi~' of ~ns~s Institute for Life Span Studies I,awrcncc, I~ $200,000 77w Co,m~unil3 7bol Box: .l Corn~mira ln/brmation Database and l£x cb a ng¢ ,k?ta,od¢ yc.rs). ID#28793 Legal Ser~Jces for Prisoners vdth Children San Francisco, CA $185,023 Peer s uppo~ t prog~a re.for custodial ~andparent~ qf al-ffsk children (/br 2years). ID#24619 Lehigh VNley tlospital, Inc. Allentown, PA $50,(}00 CommuniO,-fimndation partnn'- ship to plan for increased colIabom- lion o~t ~oulh ah'ohol and tobacco p~di0 @)r l year). ID#29558 The Marin Institute for the Prevention of ~cohol and Other Drug Problems San Rafael, CA $37,009 Expamted riM:ruination of the hBtit ule ~ AA ohol lndust~ ~ lkatotmse (f, 1 ~Par). ID}27128 A Matter of De~ee: Reducing High-~sk Drinking ~ong College Studen~ Pro,~ra m to d~q,elop model [,-oacbe~ to wdu(e student ,bi~&ing on campus and in the @i nA~ ¢olh,g'e/co m m u ~ iO' pa ~1@~ (p, the periods indicalrd). * Uuiversity of Colorado at Boulder Boulder, CO $86(},769 (B>cars). ID#30197 - University of Delaware Newark, DE $699,677 (Bycars). ID#30198 , The University of Iowa Iowa Cib, IA $59.985 (lyem). ID#30-125 - Lehigh Unlversi~ Bethlehem, PA $821,180 (5 years). ID#30[99 - Universig of X~rmont Burlington, X~ $700,000 (5 years). ID#30200 , Universiff of Wisconsin- Madison NIadison, WI $59,678 (1)car). 1D#30 t26 • American Medical Association Chicago, IL $473,849 Tech n ical assi,~ta nce a n d dbec- tion for A Mailer of l)egree: ~ducing High-Risk lJdnking A m o ng Colhice St u den ts (1 yea ID#28436 • H~vard Universi~ School of Public Health Boston, MA $497,962 Evaluation of A Matt~ of De~ee: Reducing ttigh-Risk Drinking Among Coll~e St uden ts~Phase 1 (2yearO. 1D#28190 S126,657 Suppleme~md /unding for the ~,aluation ~(,1 Matter of l)G~w: Reducing Higt~-Hi~k Drinking Among College Stude~ B~Phase I (2yems). ID#29432 The Miriam Hospi~ Providence, RI 5-I6,816 l)~:¥,lopment (f a guide fiff n u to implemenl urn)king cessation guidelines withM home health ~ a~' (/br l year). ID#29050 Mothers ~ainst Drunk DN~fing Irving, TX $50,000 Rating" alcohol policb<s and the cn z,ircm men I on col/eL: ca mp (fi~r 7 mon&~). ID#28597 National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. New York, NY $86,940 Co@,~ence and publicateo~ on economi~ .studie.~ q/,substanre and abuse (jor l y,ar). 1D#29421 ~e National Center on Addiction and Subst~ce Abuse at Columbia Universi~ New $%rk, NN S199,858 Sum:O' (f A mcm'ans'Attitudes nn Substance Abuse ~r I year). ID#28061 S15,656 O~ m m u ~ i~a lots' ~ ,orksh o1) to m~v ways qf addrrs.~ing adoh'scent marijuana use (for ,t months). ID#29732 $95,050 • Sum'0 ~J Cal~br~ia n,~" ('nde~sta mimE q/ lh-opodtion 2 l 5: Medical ~ % ~ 3larijuana 1 month). ID#30762
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Substance Abuse National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids t%g.<m~ to suppor! a naticmal crnter to ~h~,do/) a national #ralekq', serve a~ a medm cenle*; provide le(hni(a{ a~si~tanre, <end btoa<ten o~ganizalional ,support to ~edu<'e 3'rmth t.bm'~ . u ~e (jm the p~'~ imticated). • ~nerican Caucer SocieD', Inc. Atlanta, GA $489,890 (4n~omhs). II)#28989 • National Center for Tobaccn-Free Kids Washington, 1)(~ S19,510,110 (5}<ns). Ii)#296~10 National Fonndatiou for tbe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Inc. Allal/ta, $451,185 lwT~r;. ID#301-13 University of New Mexico All>uqucrque, NM SS0.0/)0 (/~. 13'ea~. 11)#29417 One Church-One Addict Inc. Washington $498,961 ID#24900 Oral Heath ~nerica, ~mfica's Fnnd for Dental Heath Chicago, IL $767,986 Initiath,e tim 9 m+mths). ID#28191 Partnership for a Drug-Free +~mrica, Inc. Ncwh~>~ k, NT S10,499,334 (JW 33'cars/ 117#239~7 Pinney A.ssnciates, Inc. Bethesda, MI) $72,000 (;.nji'n'n<¢ o~ poll(7 i~wc~ n'latcd to implemen lalion (( A tICt't¢ :s wn<deing" ch't~i<al practicr g~u i<Minex on smoking < e~sathm (jbr 9 monthO. ID#27474 Reducing Underage Drin~ng Tbrough Coalitions lhog'tcm~ to n'dm'e underage d~ink in<huh'y<mth h'ad~.rd@ lh¢ p¢~iod~ " ~splra Inc, of Puerto Rico Rio Pic<h'a~, PR $945,117 (-t years). I1)#30822 • DC Community Prevention Parmersbip Inc. WashinMton, DC $562,474 (4 }cars). I1)#30823 • Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon Po~ tland, ()R SS 11,303 (:t}cars). ll)#30824 • Governm~ Institnte on Alcobol and Subslance Abuse Inc. Research Tri;mgh' Park, NC $9-t 1.570 (tyears). I1)#3~1832 • Governors Partnership to Protect ConnecticnCs ~rkforce Inc. Hartfi~rd, CT $826,021 (4 years). II)#30825 • Indiana Communities for DruDFree ~uth, Inc. Zionsvillc, IN $840,143 (4}cars). ID#30826 • Melropolitan Atlanla Conncil on ~cobol and Drugs, Inc. Adanta, GA $926,315 (4 }cars). ID#30828 Minnesota lnstlmte of Public Heath Anoka. MN (t}ca~s). ID#3(}829 • Missouri Association of Community Task Forces Cohunl)ia, MO $939,359 (-t years). 1D#30830 • Mothers Against Drunk D6~fing, Louisiana State Organization Bzn<m Rouge, $839,198 (4 }cars). II)#30827 • Penn~'lvania Liquor Control Board 1 larrisl)mg, P.X SS,44,4~S (.4}cars). ID#30N33 • +~crican Medical *~ssociation (;hi, ago, ,lI. l)* i*d:i**,¢~ 7"/mm,<~h Research Foundation of the City University of New ~)rk S1.831.g01 Impb'm+'nl<~ti:)n <J <t <'ommunit.~ n'i~l,7~li<m .w<h'l t<) n'<Ince /'has/' 11I (/5~ 5 3'ears). I1)#29583 Research Network Initiative on the EtioloD, of Tobacco Dependence tn,,'~ aml di~<:/dmrs to work <oil:d)- ,.~lh'¢l~ i~: the ~tu:l3' (~l th: (fi,~ :he period indicated:. " UniversiD' of KeumckT Research Foundatinn l.exington, KY $235.3-17 (l )ea*). 11)#29015 St. Peter's Medical Center New Brunswick, N~ $46,331 D+v'+'b~fl m+'n t ~j a loaner /St ,xhibits <end ~rl<m.d <d~<m[ toha<co pr(,du< ts <m<l ti<m~ (fiw I year). ID#27123 $27,883 Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Abuse in Managed Care An intervenlion n:~ear:h .~ n~e*dng and brbf inte~ primaU <<m' ma~mged (jbr the period mdicatrd). • UniversiD" of Connecticut Health Center School of Medicine Farming~on, CT 53,~34,373 (51momhs). ID#~9620 Sikora Center Inc. Cam<ten, X] 11)#29318 Smoke-Free Families: hmovations to Stop Smoking During and Beyond Pregnancy (jO~ the p,'~ io<A • Universi~' of~abama at Birmingham School of Medicine S tS4,167 7i'< h nical a~sAl<~n< :, a n:l hmr>v(e/i:m~ I. Stop (13rare. II)#27373 • Fonndatiou for State Le~slatures Denver, CO S19,137 Su rz,Q (is lair .~ h'<licaid a *l d health in~.r<mc. /:olicb,~ vrssati<m Dratmvnt (3 monlh ID#30695 SmokeLess States; State~fde Tobacco Prevention and Control Initiatives Sup/)ort~ (h~,d@me~t a ~ d imp/c- ~lal~w,igh, ~trrzle.q'ir~ t<) ~r<hu'e (/5~ thr /:¢rlod~ imlir ale<l).
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Substance Abuse American Cancer Socie~, Inc., Geor~a Division, Inc. Atlanta, GA $500,000 (3 years). ID#3006G American Heart Association Inc., Oregon Affiliate, Inc. Portland, OR S 1 (3 years). 1I)#295~9 ~mrican Lung ~ssociation KcntuckT Louisville, KY $900,000 (4 years). 1I)#30065 tlcalth Education Inc. Lin('ohL XE $782,317 (4}cars). I1)#30067 Medical and Chirurgical Faculty o f Maryland Bahim(,c. MD $823,476 (4 3cars). Minnesota Coalition for a Smoke-Free Society 2~00 Nlinncapolis, MN S 1,199,987 University of Virginia School of Medicine (:harhntcsxille, UX $749,99~ (4)cars). Washington DOC $649,967 (3~ea~s). 11)#30072 Amebean Medical Association 57 t8,395 .S'lal~Hd¢, -[hha¢ ~ n 1D#2S 189 Universib" of Arizona College of Medicine "Iucs(m, AZ S 146,061 3outh in 7i. ~nn, AZ, P/rose I (1 year). 11)#28946 $792,565 l:'i,ahtatinn q~ lb' ( ..t/:n'l.,n ~oulh in 71.'~.n. AZ l'h.w l/ ~51 ,,,ntl~. 11)#29273 • George Washington University Medical Center Washington, DC $37,615 l:.~,<l[~mti<nl fi/'~ o<dilion (u'tivitie~ in the 7iu~<m. AZ )bulb l%jec¢ (55ea~s). 1D#297 i8 • Institute for Public Policy Advocacy ~Vasllingtoll, I)C S147,3~9 Sm .I.,L+'~s Stales l>mg~a m :I y,'atk ID#26857 Snbsiance Abnse Policy Research Pro~am I /br lht' pvHnds in,lit ettM ). • Brm~l University [q ()x idcncc, RI (3xcius). ID#28797 • California Public Heahh Foundation Berkeley, CA $99,99-t (Sm<mt}>). II)#B079~ • University of Califoruia, Berkeley Berkeley, (:A $223.137 (BOm(mths). ID#2S80(I • Univcrsib" of California, Los ~gelcs Los Angeles, CA S166.564 (2}ca~). Ii)#28802 S18(i.026 (Ixcav). 1I)#28801 • Cenlcr for Health Econnmics Research, Inc. Wahbam, MA S 141,268 (2 years). II)#2S803 • Ccutcr for Media Education Inc. Washingt(m, , I)C $96,829 (l}car). 1D#28804 • Unlversib" o[ Colorado He,Bib Sciences Ceuter Denver, CO $250,842 (3)cars). ID#28805 • Tile Horida State University Research Foundation, Inc. Tallahassee, FI, $99,988 (1 year). ID#307BO • George Washington University WashingtOlL 1)C SI01,773 (l~cm). ID#30650 • tlarvard Medical School Boston, $64,843 (lycar). 11)#30791 • Harvard University School of Public tiealih Boston, MA $94.711 (1}ca~). ID#B0tNI • lteahh Research, Inc. Butthl<), S l SB, 133 (2}ears). ID#28806 • University of Kentncky Research Foundation I ,cxingu>n. KY SB7,826 (1 year). ID#2SS07 • Louisiana State UniversiD' Medical Center Nm~ Orleans, I,-X $94.970 (l~car). I1)#28808 • University of Massacht~etts at Boston Center for Survey Research Boston, MA $22(},152 (lSmonths). 113#28809 • Uuiversib" of Michigan School of Social ~brk Ann Arbor, MI $291.058 (22momhs). 11)#28811 • Universib' of Minnesota School of Public Health Minneapolis, MN S 196,69 i (2}cars). ID#28813 $349,779 (2Fears). 11)#28812 • Uuiversity of Missou~- Columbia School of Medicine Columl)ia, MO $99,999 (10months). I1)#B0482 • National Borean of Economic Research, Inc. Cambridge, MA (2}cars). ID#29967 • RAND Corporation Santa Monica, CA $22.t,501 (19months). ID#28814 • Rutgers, The State University, Center of Alcohol Studies Pisca/awa}. N] $32,093 (lyear). ID#28815 * The Medical Universi~ of South Carolina Charleston, SC $99,404 (18nmnths). ID#30790 . Treatment Research Institute Inc. Phitadelphia, PA SB12,142 (l~car). ID#28816 , Uifiversily of ~shington Seal/It, WA $99,993 (15months). I1)#3(}793 * ~slern Consortium for Public Heath Berkeley, $3 ~9,626 (3:~ momhs}. H)#28817 . ~men and ln[an~ Hospital of ~mde lslaud Providence, RI $92,187 (3 }cars). 1D#28878 , Wake Forest Universi~', The go~an gray School of Medicine Winston-Salem, $367,765 : I year). ID#28791 Teachers College, Colnmbia UniversiD', Center for Yonng Children and Families New ~brk, NT SSl 5 mont5~). Trea~ent Rese~ch hmdmte Philadelphia, $96,991 l?cs¢'anh on the cfj('('t~ (/3r 13:'ari. II)#30169
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Substance Abuse Western Consortium for Public Health Bcrkeley, Sll,427 Summat7 of puklic opinion on alcohol @,r 2 ID#30290 University of Wiscousin- Madison Medical School *ladison, WI $43,699 lJi~wmhmtbm ~f tl~u AIICI'I~ Hini ¢ al praclice ~'uigh'lim' .n ~ mol;ing ce~sa/i:,n (Ira 13ra~. ID#29389 CONTRACTS kanericau Medical ,~ssociation Chicago, IL $95.300 ID#28586 $70,893 ID#29466 Battelle Memorial Institute Baltim()rc, MD S 105.870 (fi,/ I rra~:. II)#27310 Burness Communications l~ethesda, MI) S 17,000 ~ essation guMHim'~ (fi,r 4 month,). ID#30308 $3,000 Media )rwto~ e Kuide on lobm'co (ft, 1 munlh). ID#~9527 Capital Consulting Co~oratiou Rockville, MD $30,276 pr~,e~tion ~:war:'h (jbr 6 month~). ID#30076 Fighting Back: Community hfitiatives to Reduce Demand for IllegM Drugs and ,~cohol /m~'.ntion. eady id,'n/(/i, alion, • Development Conmmnications Associates, Inc. Bostoll, $38(i,230 Completion :f re~ource merit as ~i.~lance fi:r l')'ghting 1J<u h granlee.~ (1S mrmths). ID#28862 The Fortune Socieff Ncwh~)rk, NT $3,150,000 lm/demrn talion o/ a corn m u n it3 . . lI)#,~013_ l'hav' 111 (/;,' 5 W'ar~). Hayes, Domenici & ~ssociates $65,522 (,'Okl/}>l?'?l('t' I*?1 ~t'OIIlPH (tIl([ ,wttOl;ill,~r James A. Inciardi, Ph.D. Miami, ~1. I I)#30961 Nance Guihnartin $73,6:0 ])[(llllll'?l~ (l ('OIH?IIII)I~'((IIlI~H (( H New Jersey Nets East Rutherford. S 164,000 the/~ca/:/~ r:d,'s ,~ tnba:¢:~ (]br 13.at). ID#30531 New Souuds Inc. New ~Brk, NT $27,000 Pnuh*cthm and :ti~16b~dion 1D#30298 Pinney ~ssociates, Inc. Bcdwsda, MD $36,750 :l:'nce :rratment poli0 @n 5 m:m:/~s :. I1)#29354 $35,500 1D#30465 P)Tamid Communications Seattle, WA S 197,8t3 Co@.n, nce on the Science qf 10 montk.s). ID#30055 Ro~,,ell Park Cancer Institute Bufthh), $23,309 7}'clinical a~dstam-e ott tobacco ~ onlrul poliO' and progn'am I~H'liaDzq'~ ¢lt~(t (ft. l )rat). 11)#29060 Scholastic Inc. New ~brk, NY cdn:ation material.~ /Sr Strate~c Cousultiug Services Portage, WI S12,173 I:,[,:I:'CO IIW' (fin ,~' nmttl/~ s ). II)#30735 Substauce Abuse PoliW Research Pro~am 15og, t a m to pru~,id; s u/q:ort fi, inve~l:gators to ~ ot~dtal poll0' n'wan h <m a :'arirt.~ :hn': t,'d a/Ite//:in.g the cot~t~lt)' </m'e the harm ¢ auwd b3 a/,uw (/bt tln' period imhr ated ). • The Leuln Group, Inc. Fairthx, kLk $83,S30 A s~'s~ mettl o/lilt 7bbac~o and Sul,~lanre Abt~w I~o1:'('~ R,'~earclt Pr%n'am~ (2 mote/It s). ID#31072 Tobacco PolioT Research and Evaluation Progam Pro,~a m 1o /:ro, q:h' s upport Jb) invesligator~ lo conduct pollO wan'/~ on/mjrcts aimed at hdping /mhlic and private po/icymahers ad@t p.liHe.s to trdme tobacco use in g/ti~ counn), especially among Hd/<he~t and wroth (/br ll~epe6od imMatcd). • Miller & ~sociates Oakland, (;A $8,000 1~,i~, q/economctri( model e~/imatr~ tl~ ' cost~ of ~mokin<~ :I month). ID#29831
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Cost Containment 7b help the nation address, effecti~:ely andJ-airly, the overarchingproblem of escalating health care costs and resource allocation. GRANTS University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Health Related Professions Birmingham, AL $69,883 (fin" 1)ear). ID#~9205 Chauges iu Health Care Fioancing and Organization i~g~ (fin tin'/~:v'o<ts imticatcd ~. • University of Alabama at Birmingham Birmingham, $366,142 (2 } e:u's). S-t21,487 (2 }ctus). 1D#29388 • Boston Universi~' School of Public Heath Boston, MA S153,911 • University of California, Irviue, Gradnate School of Management h-xine, CA $29-t,527 (2 yeaw). • D~e Unive~iff Medic~ Center Durham, NC $497.634 {30months). ID#2N864 • Duqnesne University Piusbu~gh, PA 557,040 (lmomh). ID#29720 • Economic and Soci~ Research Institute Washington, DC $499,992 (2 ycars), ff)#30996 $270,836 (1 year). ID#29909 • Universi~" of Florida Research Foundation Inc. Gaincsvillc, FL $563.488 (2 years). 11)#30096 • Hospital Research and Educational Trnst Chicago, $232,394 (18momhs), ID#28525 • Institute for Research and Education Minneapolis, MN $112,649 (1 year). 1D#29202 • The Johns Itopkins UniversiW School of Medicine Bahimore, MD $365,863 (3 years). ID#28863 • Palo Alto Institnte for Research and Education Inc. Palo Alto, CA $375,314 (30 months). 11)#30562 • UniversiD" of PennsTlvania Philadelphia, PA S-t56,196 (~}cars). ID#~9674 • Universi~" of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Piusburgh, PA S t24,4~4 (2}cars). ID#29673 • Stanford University Graduate School of Business Stanlbrd, $36,317 (lmonths). ID#2S765 • The Urban Institute Washington S 174,396 (18momhs). ID#29~01 • X%~ke Forest UniversiD', The Bmmnan Gray School of Medicine Winsum-Salem. NC $310,038 {Bycars). ID#30159 • ~pha Center for Health Planning, Inc. Washington, I)C S1,323,841 ti.*~ ~r Chang~'.s i~t llealth Caw l'7~ta~i('inK a~d ()~Lm~ization (2)'rats). ID#290 t 8 S 142,203 7)', h~ical asff~tam¥' amt dm,cti(m /or Ckany'~ in th'alth Can' (6 monH~). I1)#27135 Columbia University New ~rk, NT S~98,170 "l)a(ki~igr (']mngcs,fi~t a( a(lcmic .%~. }brk (.'its' 's low-im',m, p,,/mhv lion (/0, 30 ID#29087 ConsnmerFirst Damille, CA $40,086 Medin,*.~ <(bu~ines~ h'a<h'r~ on i~sues in computenzb~gpatient rrcord~ (/or2 monthO. II)#29871 George W~shin~on Universig Center for Heath PollW Research Washington DC $236,067 Stud3 ,~ :t,, ,,,~ and fi'a~i:,ili0 ql 11)#28503 Group Health Foundation Minneapolis, MN $2,500 Cot.lmt l¢c~cczr( hcr~ II)#~9347 Ilarvard Medical School Boston, MA $200,000 ca~, industr~ res¢(m h (elllcr (fin 23,'ars). 1I]#2S646 IMPACS: Impro,fing Malpractice Prevention and Compensation Systems (/,r lh,' /,,riods indicatrd). • Brigham and ~men's Hospital Boston, MA S197,123 (lyear). ID#29907 • Copic Medical Foundation EnRlewood CO S 19,320 (3months). 1D#29969 • ~N'D Co~oration Santa Monica, CA S 177,225 (lyear). ID#29968 • Georgetm~ UniversiD" School of Medicine Washington, DC $255,155 7 ~'ch n ica I a *s ist a nce a n d di~ lion )}." Iml.'ovh~g 3 lalpmctice lS~et~tion at.l Compensalion .%~,~lrms ( l )cat ). ID#26979 The Lmdn Group, Inc. Fairlhx, \% $96,245 O/)6on,s jbr p,blic p,-ivate ratioH i~l tecknoloL~' (/br6 montkO. ID#29131 Main Line Heath, Inc. B)wn Maw~; PA $5{),000 D<q:lopment q/'a modcl~r ~q,alual¢ their rommu~il¥ ID#29266 The Medicare/Medicaid Integration Pro~am bim,d 3 Ic(li( r:r,' . ~.I .X l,',li, aid tat~on/m.~,o'nl~f~ ,'[d,':(~ ([i. t/.' period • University of Maryland Center on Aging College Park. NIl) $492.942 ti(m Jot 77w 3 l,'di( <m'/.~ l, :f/: ahl ID#30235 University of Minnesota School of Public Health Minneapolis, MN S15-t,941 ID#~7481 National Committee for Qnality ~snrance Washington, DC S 1 ~ 7,000 l)<~,doping criteria./O~ i~(fi,rmoli,m tion.s (fin 8 mo~tk,9. ID#29683 Nation~ Conference of State Le~slatures Denver, (X) $203,018 l'Td ucalion for slate pollo ma~'rrs on a,o~,et~'('ompen~alion health iss'ues (for 2 years). II)#30.t51 Nafion~ HeMth Foundation I.os ekngeles, CA S142,433 PIan n ing a low-cost amb u latou m(lll(l,~q'd car# ill~ltlaln e /)rodu(l jot ~ insured Los .-b~,gw&s (fi)r6 monlk,~). 1D#29119
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Cost Cor~tainment The National Leadership CoMition on Health Care Washington, DC $248,670 Ih'alH~ catr wmina~:~ /i,r Oregon I tealth Sciences UniversiW Portland, OR $899,8~3 C.mmunitie~ 1)mnonslration l't@,~l 70 ,no,dh~L I1)#27929 People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc. Millwood. VA poll0' n'~¢anh (/" r 2 ..mth 11)#30723 The Picker Institote, Inc. Boston, MA 566,449 np.rtcd q.aliO' q/ ~ an' and di.i- ID#30639 Pro~am to Promote Long- Term Care lnsormlce for the Elderly l:ruL~mm Io ~lim ub~l< /~ri~,a[#/ p.hlic /:artm'~h@~ <H the trrm :':m' it~ u tan~ ~'/"t lh¢ ¢Ider(~ (fi, lfu' p,'riod~ im/ical,ul :. • State of California Health and ~lfare AgemT Sacramento, CA S-t08.083 (20 months). 1D#13883 • University of Maryland Center on ~ng College Park, MD S183,678 /i:m Jbr tke fS:{vra m to 1.ong-7~'r.: Can' ICldetqv (1 rear:. ID#284~9 Research Foundation of the CiD' UnlversiD" of New York New ~brk, NT $93.697 l)~v,rlo/:ttw*it and d:s~rmmation ] 3e'a~). I13#28089 Scholars in Health PollW Research Pro~am pro.li*ing A~aduates of programs i. the thtre disci/:lim'~ oj economics, politica: s:#'nce, and ,ocio:og7 to advance their involvement in b'allk poll0' (]br the pcrimts indicated). • University of California, Berkele}; School of Public HeMth Berkeley, CA S1 A99.468 (3years). tD#30160 • University of Michigan Institute for Soci~ Research Ann Arbor, MI S1,369,245 (3}ears). I1)#3(}146 • ~hle University Schonl of Management New tlaven, CT S 1 :t99,972 (3 }ca, s). ID#30147 • Boston Universio" School of Management l~oston, MA $3S3,739 ti:m./n* the ,S<fwkn~ in Health l~uln3 lb'wank (13,ate. II)#28278 State Initiatives in Long-Term Care l'ng'~retn to pmmof¢ the d,~'M,p .~z':'~wg¢ (ft. lh:' p¢6od imli~ ale:l). • Unh'ersio, of Maryland Center on A~ng College Park, MD $338,821 7i,ch t*icel as~i~ta n : and dM'c- ti.n.fi~r .State lnilialii,:s 7;'tm Cote (1 year). I1)#28430 Strengqhening the Patient- Pro~fider Relationship in a Chan~ng Health Care Environment Initiative Prognam to support rcsean'h and convetiing activities that examine thr paticnt-provider relatiot, ship ma n aged ca w (fi~r the pe6od indicated). • UniversiD, of C~ifornia, San Franciscn, School of Medicine San Francisco, CA $325,000 7~'~'h n i:a l assista tion fi, Stn't~gtl,'ning the i~t a Ckang'ing lleallh Care t".m,iron merit 1,itiative (1 year). ID#29739 ~brkers' Compensation Heath Initiative ]5og'mm ~( detnon~tmtion~ and merit poli:yt, aket:~, pro'ate-sector ~rfi~rme~s, and health cate provide~s expbm, solutions to this cost cti~is (fi~r la ; p,'riods indicated). • ~efican College of Occupatimml and Em4ronmental Medicine San Francisco, CA S121,560 (lyear). II)#30517 Universi~" of California, Los ~ageles, School of Public Health i.()s A,~gclcs, CA $458,99 t (3 years}. 11)#27125 Electrical Employers SelB lnsnrance Safety Plan Flushing. NT 537~,094 (3 years). ID#30631 Fotmdation for Health Care Evaluation Bloomington, MN $386,708 (2}ears). II)#30BB~ Institute for Research and Education Minneapolis, MN $234,~70 (2years). ID#30318 Mid-America Coalition on Heahh Care Inc. Kansas City, MO $270,439 (~years). ID#30318 State of New York Department of Ci~l Service Albam, NT S253,282 (2years). ID#30317 Union of Needletrades lndnstriM and Textile Employees New ~b~ k, NT $263,138 (2}ears). 1t)#30519 University of Washin~on Seattle, WA $252,768 (2?ears). ID#30319 • Universi~" of Massachusetts Medical Center \~iwccstcr, XL-\ $3-t9,105 7},oh nical a,s~i,slat,'e and di~rc- tion fi)r H}.'ke~'(Snt~pct~sation Health Initiative ( 1 )ear). ID#28434 CONTRACTS Communications Project Multiple Contractor s $221,000 t, th:' l~II.71" llcalth Can' Co~t~' (;oa/ l)~,rh@mcnl ll}n/; (fin 1 3.ar). ID#29150 ~Ikines, ArkT, Zall & Bernstein LLP New ~brk, NT $93.510 b',~idalion @.4 ID#29522 Scholars in liealth PoliQ" Research Pro~am l'r.A~*a m t, /m)~,i:h. posld.: in tke tlm'e di~: i/)lit.,~ q/ pnliliga: w'k'ncr, at.t v,: a:lz,at~cc thri~ it:voh,rtm'n: p.liO (fi,r th," I.', b,& i,.licatrd :. • Stephen M. Shortell, Ph.D. Evanston. It. $2S.314 tlealth l'uli0 Ib'wan h (6 mot~th~). I14#30081 • Burton A. l~isbrod, Ph.D. Evanston, IL $25,311 llealth PollO l¢cwan'h (6 ,umlks). ID#3005-t State hfitiatives in Long-Term Care l)wgnam In pro.wit the ('(I r:'~" tl a 1~ 61" tier a tl 1[ deli~ ,eD' s3' ~tctns and d~,dopmrnt (:slmtegie~ broaden access lo [ot~,~r-h,rm ('ovct a,w (fi)r the pcriod indicated). • UniversiD" of Mmssach~set~ MedicM Center ~2)rcester, S 100,000 3h'dicaid file~ fi. g-m.h,¢s under .Stair Initiatives in Can' (1 year). ID#29880
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Other Programs Projects addressing purposes outside the Foundation's goat m~'as. GRANTS Academy of Medicine of New Jersey Princeton.Junction, NJ S10,186 Continuingplo'sidan calm'orion {fi*r l year). ID#29479 Ame6can Academy of Pedlat6cs, Inc. Elk (;fox c Village. I1, S 124,929 chiDln'n (/m2 ~rars) ll)#28762 .~aerlcan Association for the Advancement nf Science Washingt~m. DC iz:et/,m~ (/Dr 1),.ar~. lD#29013 ~Mne6cm~ Nt~es Fotmdafion Inc. l~msas Cit~. mrmlh~:. 11)#3076 t Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower Rancho Mirage S-12.960 C:m ~: mrr HcaltD I~/D II)#2N9 IB The ~nold Gold Foundation Englcwoo<l. N~ $30.000 ~pira Inc. of Puerto ~co Rio Picdras. PR $2'37,533 (j t tu~ d~ am' 11(. t+'~:,s+' in I'm.rio l{ico (/m 6 m.~lhs:. I10#30603 .~ssociation of Academic Heahh Centers, Inc. Washington, I)C tm>s qf acadcmic D.alth (/br I ~r(:r:. 11)#29330 Association of State and Territorial Directors of Health Promotion and Public Health Edncation Boise, ID S5,OOO .Valiona[ co~!fi'rence on life rccmom- ic i~ues q/health educalion and promotion (/br I month). I [)#29166 California Public Health Foundation Bm kelev, CA S t2,120 lDe /mhlic DcaltD u,.rk /m, 3 m.mh~). 1I)#30456 Cenacle Retreat tiouse I li~hland Park, NJ S-t3,398 l?~cili(~ ~@ai~s and (/.r 1 ).at). IDg2&t28 Columbia Universily School of Nursing New York. NT $30,109 m,mths:. 11)#2S690 Council on Foundations, Inc. Washingt<m, DC Dela*~ & ~ G~'em~-ay Inc. Princeton, N] $30.000 Conlributi.n to the o/'@cn land i~ the Primeton (/Dr 13ear). ID#30716 The E~ter Seal Socleo, of New Jersey, Inc., Ra6tan Valley Workshop New Brtmswick, N~ S 100,000 Imp~z,emenl :{/~a: ilitieg and llb*ksh@ (/Dr l ~ear:. I'I)#2NSS0 Foundation of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark, N] $2,000,000 Endowment <(the l~i<'hard C lb~ n ol:t~ Ch air in Intern al M~,dit'ine (/0~ 3 mort/h,~). ID#30164 George W~shin~on UnlversiD Medical Center Washington, I)C S 196,823 II)#27373 I larvard Law School (2tmbrid~c, MA /o r¢:h:('¢ ¥out/~ i,iMence (/Dr6 moP, the). ID#28959 $230,000 Ib'sear<h to dcvrl.p pollO (/Or 23ror~). ID#29782 Healih Ser~fices Research Foundation of Northern California, Inc. l']casanton. CA Sun,O :3/tv'wa*:'h h~itiagivr~ I D#26941 Hospital Research and Educational Trust Chicago, II. 521,800 l>ubli~-priv:~l~ srct.r lDrum toj.ster h' /.'alU~ (fi,r 7 momh~). I-D#29435 Independent Sector Washington, DC S~00,000 (;em>ral ~ul:potl to stn'/~gtf~en tDe ([fi'ctiveness ~] lhe nation ~ private, nonpr(~it (haritabb, in~titution,~ (1}, 3jea#s). ID#29506 Institute for the ~ts of Democraw Ih'alih'boro, ~" $351,228 ciPic et~<¢rrl~'m:'n/ (fi~t 23ears). II)#30234 Judge Baker Children's Center Boston, MA $50,000 l):~,el@menl qf a pil::t children ~s telm,Aion .wrie~ [.'omotin:~<> /tea/tin' behavior (ft. 13ear). ID#29486 Middlesex Cotln~ Recreation Council ~ohn E. Toolan ~ddle Keep Well Camp) Edison, NJ $258,050 (:a.~pi.,¢. p~r,,aa m fi~, kea hnpaired cDild~,n (/b~ 13.at). II)#27432 UniversiD' of Minnesota-Dnluth School of Medicine I)ulud~, $3S,276 D:'a#D po:iO i~u.~ @. I year). I D#28843 National Academy of Sciences Washington. DC $35,o00 lh@am&m q/ A, uide@~r advAinK lllltlt'l~/Igll~(l[I' (111(1 ,~rFtldll(l[F @.6 m:mlD~:. ID#29908 S 123,000 Stmh ~jtDe hralth atal sa/¢/3 im/dicoti:m s q/ ~ him labor I year:. 1D#30-t61 National Academy of Sciences- Institute of Medicine Washington, I)C St25,000 the ~*'~pon~e :,/ puhfic trod pri,,ate og<'mie5 (ji,, IS ID#30188 $450,000 Ileagth and Bckm,ior: re~emrh, practke, and pollO (lot 2 ID#30324 National Center for Lead-Safe Honsing Inc. Colunflfia, MD S.t98,893 Slat:' and local s/rat('g~es in lead prJiv:ming prm,ention (jDr ID#27964 National Council of the Chnrches of ChNst in the U.S.A. New ~Brk, NY $250,000 .S'u/g~ort fl. the Burned Ch
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Other Programs New Bruns,Mck Cultnral Center New Brunswick, NJ $50,000 Sup/:ot! q/1996-97 potf, rmance a~d educatio~ml prog~ams l yead. ID#30106 New Bruns~Sck Development Co~oration New Brunswick, N~ S 100,000 16~,italiza6o~ /)mgm mf. tDe CiO' <?/57~' B~ u n ~wick, 5~,]ersO' (/m l yead. ID#28242 New Brnn~'ick Tomorrow New Brunswick, ~1 S350,000 CiO-wide pm%.rattt to q~et~gthe~ @~r l war). 1D#26936 New Jersey HeahhDccisions, Inc. Princeton, N~ $250,000 tfelpit~,g X~,J,'rsO' e~e,<~a,<~e i~t tDe heal/D ~ em' poliO /:m~es* qbr27 mo*~U~:. ID#27383 UniversiD' of New Mexico llealth Sciences Center Albuquerque, NM $49,59 t 13ea~). 1[)#28412 The New York Academy of Medicine New ~.k. NT $499,944 Deft n inL~ a ~t d tmas u ti~g ~ o m m u ~i- I3' het~efit it~ mrmag~'d Dealth care (tiff 2 yea~:~). ID#28634 Occupational Physicians Scholarship Fund Arlington Heights, IL $50,000 ScDola~shq~@w o~ ~ upatio*tal and ctn,ironmettlal mediHne reddettts (jbr 2 years). ID#28559 Old Disease, New Challenge: Tnberculosis in the 1990s 15og.ram to stimulate effective collaborations betu,eett state and lo~ a I h ca lt/~ d@a rtm en t s a t~(t out er public attd private agr,,t~ci:,s 5e~wing pe@D' at fish qf tuhe~rulosi~ exp(~ s u t~' a tt d i~(fi'ctiott to d~,el@ a n d test row' a/)/m~ac/te~ to the problem q/tubrrculo~is (/brtDe pe~4od imticated). • University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine San Francisco, CA 5298,002 7 "ech t~ ica l ass ista n re a n d ditrctio~ for Old Disease, Challeng'e: 7~zbetrulosis in the 1990s (1 yeaO. ID#27228 University of Penn~'lvania, The ~nenberg School for Communication Philadelphia, PA $440,011 ImpmviaA~ edmati.md tel~a,i~i,m I yea~). ID#30349 To~ship of Plainsboro Plainsboro, ~] S11,200 l£xT)amted it{/brtm~tion te¢ D :'@abilitie,~ (/br 5 ID#29021 Plalnsboro X~Innteer Fire Company No. I, Inc. Plainsboro, ~J $55,000 l';q u ip m:'~t trier tD e volu ~t leer ~ont/:att5 (fiw6 momDs). I1)#28(i92 Preparing Physicians for the Future: A Pro~am in Medical Edncation l~roL~t~tm to demon~lrate t/tat medical ,~(/~ooZs ca t~ ~h~la tt tiatl~ ( ],a~ge lDe basic scien( e and clit~i- cal rducatim~ (~ m~di(al (fi)r the period i*~dicated). • University of New Mexico School of Medicine Albuquerque, NM Academic Medicine sup/de- metd ot~ llte ex'perience~ of ,era ~tees i tt 15*'pa rin,~ 179',~icia /Dr the t"ul ure pro,cram ( 1 yea*). ID#29874 Research ~efica Alexandria, VA $25,000 (2ampai~l lo inc~,a~e puDlic u n dcrsta n d inff a ~ d s up[tort medical re,earth (fi)r 1 )'ear). ID#30107 St. Vincent de Paul Societies Metuchen, NJ $90,550 A~t~t ual support of pm:.~am fi~r the b~digent (jbr 1 year). ID#28788 The SNvation ~my New B~ unswick, NJ S99,500 Sapport services fi~r tl~e imtige~t and di.sh~'~sed (jbr 11 months). 11)#2(i205 S 150.250 S./)pmt se~vi<esjbr tDe arm di.st~*'~scd (jot 1 l II)#30-t67 Sun ~lley Fornm on National Health, Inc. P()tOlll~tC, ~[[) $37,50O tDcrapeuti< implicati<ms :J-ad vam¥'s itt geneli< att<[ tnol¢cular medicine (]b* 1 Feat). ID#30194 The United %by of CentrM Jersey, Inc. Milltown, ~ $350,000 .gupDort jbr the 1995 campaigrn (~or I year). ID#26530 $350,000 .h@[~ortjm lDe 1996-I 997 (am/miAm @~ l )eaL). ID#29135 United ~hy of Greater Mercer Conn~', Inc. l.awrcnccvillc, NJ S 110,000 ,St~ppott./Dr 1995 (;a mpaiLm (/Dr 1)'ear). ID#26863 The Urban Iostitnte W;ishington, I)C $295,565 A m~/ional eami)aig~ ta ~echtce teetmLre pnvmt~O' (jbr 2 uars). ID#29111 UniverslD" of W~shin~on Seattle, WA St9,305 H~q,b~v of (Dild it~)uU pr~,e~diott interve~tiot~s (ft." I year). ID#28231 ~%men Aware New Brunswick, ~] S10,000 On ~ite n urdt~g srm,ice i~t a battrred i~,ottwn ',~ sDdtrt (/bt 1 year). ID#28897 CONTRACTS American Political Network, Inc. Alexandria, VA S39,100 lho-ctlase of subsc~4ptio~ls to A lIealthLine @~r 1 y'ar). ID#28913 Center for Strate~c Communications, Inc. Ncw~brk, NT S133,072 D~:,d@metd a~:t publication oi'commut~i~ atio~s ,<~uide~ 23 motttDs). ID#27361 Commnnicafions Project Muhiplc Coi:tractors 597,704 s,,-,,d,,,.ti<,,, 4 a,, 1)in': troy (/or2 1D#29191 j. Mickael McOinnis, M.D. %~'ashillgton, DC $42,200 S/)¢(ia[ ¢onstdtant on De]m::hJral DeaRh (/br l wm). ID#30291 ~atha6ne S. Pinneo Princeton, ~l $50,000 l')'asiDiliO' slt¢c(~' o/~*Tdi( a/ittg /De A'~,J,'~sO (,'ap~toll'~rum~ ttealth :md Medical (.'arc 1 y'ar). ID#29577 Preparing Physicians for the Futnre: A Pro~am in Medic~ Education ])ro<~t a m to dem(m slrate medical seDoo:~ can : Da~tqe the bade sciem'e a#~d el/m- eal educatiot~ (f medical (ft. tDe pc~4od i~dicated). • Joseph E. Johnson, III, M.D. Philadelphia, PA $32,875 7}'eD n ical a.~i.sta ~t cejbr l'n'pa ringr PDy~icia ns fi~r the Educatio~ ( l year). ID#27427 Wirthlin l~%rldMde New ~)rk, $200,000 En z,imn menial s(a n (/bt 5 motdh,s). ID#30459
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Cross-Cutting.Programs Grants addressing more lhan one goal area. GRANTS The Alliance for Health Reform Washington, DC S188,804 Issue bri~j'in,O on managed ca~' llb~'hinUon-bawd poll( and the mrdia @)r I 1D#29298 Agc~<s~. C)mmi( Hcalll~ Conditions ~nerican Comnmnications Fmmdation Mill Valley. CA $84,797 Cm,crage ~J f.'aRh care I1)#28371 .-D~ess, (.'lmmic t£'a[lh &ssociation of American Medical Colleges Wa>hinglon. S206,759 l.~.t,~.~, n A~e pla . , m Mrdieim' (fi~r 2 wm:~> ID#28234 .S'ul:slam¢.U:uw, C.~t. Olhcr Association of Schools of Puhllc Heald~ Inc. Washingum, S t9,1)17 (.'otwcrsion (j l'.blh llcallh l?@orl~ to a ptd:li( //.i~ (p." l ~rar). ll)~2SSSi~ (.'h r¢m i¢' flca[lD (,'.n S.&tanc'r Ahuw,, (::,~/. OlDer Best Friends Fonndatlon Washington, DC 81,200,000 .Vatio~ml ~'[:licaliott /Dr a h~.alth- (~>r 4 )earW. ID#~4704 Sub~tance Abuw, Olher University of California, Los e~lgeles, Center for Heahh Sciences Los Angeles, CA $2,215,002 i~t sub,~lam e alw~e amt inertial ItealtD ca~e (/;. 23ca~:~). II)#30,t07 (:hmnh" tleallh California Medical Association Foundation San Francisco, $40,000 "The Ilk~tern.lournal of Medici.e", April 1996 Issue 3 monlh~). ID#29225 Chronic th'alt/~ CondiUons, Suhstance Al:t*~e, Cost, Other Clinical Scholars Pro~am ~ ommillrd to clinical medi('ine a( quhv n(~, q,'il£ attd training~ thr non-biological wie'mrs impo> pmiod.~ indi:ah'd). 4:crsx CDmni: tlca//D (Smdilionx • University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine $668,871 (2 }e:lrs). ID#29036 • Unlversily of Chicago, The PNtzker School of Medicine Chicag~ 1L S-t 19,976 (2 ycar~). ID~29037 = The Johns lh)pkins University School of Medicine Bahimorc, MI) SS38.9~ 1 (2yems). II)#2903S • University of Michigan Medical School Ann A~ bor, MI 5339.999 (2ycms). II)#29039 • UniversiD' of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Schnol of Medicine Chapel IIiII, NC 5559,984 (2yvars). ID#29040 • University of ~%~shington School of Medicine Seattle, WA $756,771 (2}cars). II)#29041 • ~le UniversiD" School of Medicine New 1 larch, CI $2-t2,987 (2 }ears). II)#29042 • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 15tth: Rock, AR $444,878 7?chnical a~ff~tance and din'c t ion fi>) the Clin ica I &'h ola rs l'ro,wam (1)'eaO. II)#29343 $20 350 7?oh n ical a~si,sla ncc a n d din'c- lion/Dr the Clin ical Se holar~ l'.~Sam (2 mm*ths). ID#29337 Comnmnity HeMth Leadership Prn~am 15R~a.: to provide rt,c%mi/ion fi. Ih¢ ( on/ribulion~ ¢ommto6tv health Ita~,¢ a m (m' ]u'rma w'nt a t~:l wide- ~/)n'ad hnpa(t :m Dealth (a~e pro/)- lrm~ (fi." the/.'riod indi:aled). A:(c~,s, Ctmntic lleallh Condilhm~, • M~ssachnseUs Ilealth Research Institute, Inc. $3,000,000 (3 } cms). II)#26375 $351,456 lio. fi. lDr Contmuni(~ llrallh l.ra d,'~> hip I '~g'~ a m ( I y ra r). ID#26866 Family Care International, Inc. Su/,lJorg.fi. a plddicati<m <~jT~td m,O/7ore lToDeri llbodJ.Dn~on I'):undalion i,itmtive~ .nd pro- S~,m~ (jb* 1 ~'ear). ID#28640 ,b <>ss, C/ttonic tfealtD Condilion~, .Stlbshlnce Abu~e, Co.~l Foundation For New Jersey Public Broadc~ting, Inc. $50,000 7;'Im,ision .w>rb'~ on IteallD care i~t.'s (/D~ ? numlh,W. 1I)#30396 Acce% Chronic ttealU~ Condiliom, St~h~tancr.lbusr, Cosl Freedom Foundation of New Jersey Inc. West Orange, , N] S26,065 lh:~l l')'iemh program (ft. 1 year). ll)#30358 Sub,tango Abusv, Olhcr George Washington University Washington, DC $699,375 7"De ctmng'ing martcet and ,~ ledicare nJbrm (/br 2 yea ID#30390 Acce.~s, Chronic Health C(mdition~, Cost S1,939,973 ~X)ztional Health Policy Forum @)r 3)ears). ID# 19~ 12 Access, Chnmic tlealth Conditions, Subgtance Abu,w, Co~'t, Other ttarvard Universiw School of Public ttealth Boston, MA $233,692 (p. 23ea~w. 11)#28733 Access, (J~onic tDaRh Conditions, S19,978 .Vu~w l:'.vecuti~,e Leadcrxkip C.@'rem e (Jor l y,'.r). ID#28370 Acce~, Cost, OrDer Itealth Policy FeRowships Pro~am poliO' sbmal ~choo[~ in the ~ L5'. and im- prove the caflabihties ~f theirjh( tdly at all I,:'~'Ls (7 the t,criod, indi- am,d). ,.b.:~, Ctmmi: ttealtD C<mditious, Stll)~latt('t" Abtt,~e • Duke University Medical Center Durh;un, NC $61.035 (lyear). 1D#29502 • Harvard bledical School Boston, MA $63,700 (1 year). ID#29501 • Harvard UniversiO' School of Dental Medicine Boston, MA $62,225 (1 year). ID#29500 • Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans, $58,649 1 year). ID#29504
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Cross-Cutting Programs • Virgfinia Commonwealth University Richmond, \\\ S(i3.600 (1}car). ID#29503 • Yale UniversiD" School of Medicine New Haven, CT $66,750 (lyear). ID#29499 • National Academy of Sciences-Institnte of Medicine Washington. DC 5474,480 7}'chili<a/a~si~t<m.' to lb, tfealth (l ~,'a~). 1l}#28188 Health Trackiug health ~ a,¢ ~3 sh'm aml hm~, tlu'~e Ib'alth (Trmglithms, • University nf Minnesota School ~: Public Health Mimwapolis. MN $58S,05(~ .~ Io ~ it,rig:L, :: >: d :: ~ ~(,s~i~,~r the im/mc: o/ r,'/;~rm ,m r~:ral hcallh m'tw,d:~ (2l ID#23911 • R&ND Cm~oration S1,355,925 7)'a( k m,~ cm /d:9 :m'r~ t-ha ~,'<I cm,*'ra:e :2 war~:. ID#2S631 Hospital Research and Educatioual ~>ust Chicago, IL $799,999 l~vahmtim~ q/ the Commu*d .%'tu,oH: l)¢m:m ~halion (/br 43<'a~:~) 11)#29519 A Cost Improving the Health of Native ~nericans ¢I~ '¢'1@ i~ ran,a/iv,< ¢ u/t~¢mllX i'(ml proje¢l~ to (::le/~'~s llmi~ major hcallh c(m' m',':ls (/br the period h.lic:m'd). Access, Clmmic • The Lovelace Institntes Allmquerque, NM S151 :.)61 Kvah:atio~t o/ lmpmvin£r the lleallh o[.X)diz,¢' A (1,~~ mo~ilhs). ID#28994 Information for State Health Poli~ l'ro,k~'am to improve the ca/)nc'iO' of.slate heallh .~ta/i~tic~ ~tem~ s u/:/:ort h ea lib poli0' m ah i~:,g~ a n d period i~dica:erl). A c~ess, Ch lh'allh Con(litio~. • Foundation of the University of Mediclue and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark, ~[ S354.%t4 tt,'aRh P.licx ( l war~. ID#28787 Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research Pro~am /hal u'o~dd add t. ghe' /,,'<dth ./7,':d :~ l:,.:wl.d<~, l,.w (/,~ • UnivcrsiD' of Michigan Ann Avl)()n Nil $200,0()0 (30 months). II)#S01 • UniversiD' of Southern California Los Angeles, S157,936 (17mombs). 1l)#30442 • The ~sociation for Health Services Research Inc. Washington, I)C $407,779 in tlt'a[t]l Poli<~ lb'watr'h 15wgvam (13car). ID#275 $231,759 l)z~wmi*mtion (j the . lwanl~ i*~ lt~allh PollO l'r:Wa.t /m:ject~ ( I I I)#29914 Local Initiative Funding Partners Program Mag<hi~t,~,<.mnt p.),g'tam to hdp ag;'nci,,'~ attd institulion~ idettt~/ied 10' local pit ila n th ropie~ thai a ~' to mqjor comm u ~tiO health [:rol) h'm~ (/br the periods imticated). Access, Chr:mic tteaRh CmMition~, " Apoyo Empresafial para la Peninsnla de Cantera Inc. SiUl.lUiUl, PR S t99,733 • Baysta(e Health Systems, Inc. Springficld, NIA ( 1 }car). • Chicago Health Connection Chicago, 1[, S'327,.t I0 (-t}cars). ID#29806 • E6e ConnD', E~e County Medical Center S133,74O • I.M. Sulzbacber Center for the Homeless, Inc. .]ac ks()nvillc, S-IS(L000 (3\cars). 1I)#29809 • Iudiana Uuiversity School of Medicine hMianapolis, IN S122.958 (3}ca)s). ID#29812 $350,000 (t}cars). ID#29811 • The Johns tIopklns University School of Medicine Bahimore, MD S4S0,000 (4years). ID#29813 • ~huku Hospital t~dmku, HI Sl9 t,273 (3years). ID#29814 • Marieopa HeNth System Outreach Training Research and Patient Welfare Foundation Phoenix, AZ $75,500 (1}ear). II)#29815 • Morrison Center Portland, OR $480,000 (4 years). ID#29816 • New River Health A~ssociation, Inc. $350,000 (3 years). 1D#29822 • City of Santa Fe Santa Fc, NM $350,000 (-t years). 1I)#29S20 • Tex~ Tech Uuiversity Ilealth Sciences Center School of Medicine 1 ,ubbock, TN S 179,583 (3}ca)s). 11)#29821 • Visiting Nurse Association of the Capital Re,on, Inc. T) ox, NT S 1 -t9,15O (3 yea)s). 1D#29S07 • Wilminglon ltealth Access for Teens, Inc. ~Vihnington, NC $455,374 (3 years). ID#29819 • ttealth Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey princeton, ~] S t t9.763 7~'< h *t i( a I a~s i~ ta :te c a t* <I di*,'e- rio/t/:, the Local l~dtialivc l"u ttdi~tg I~a~ h:e~ ~ (l)cm:. ID#27961 Medical Pathfinders Inc. ~n('hor'i,,e $498,640 l).~,e/@menl c~a com/mteriu,d II)# 28675 -~:'ce~, Ch r,m C(mdition.~ Medicare Beneficiaries Defense Fund Inc. New h?~rk, NT $76,101 Ccm s u met mjb~matio~ ~ervice /m 3 ledi, a~" t.w~jTcia ties 9 mo*~th~. 11)#27253 Ctmmic ttcallh (5mditi(m~,
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Cross-Cutting Programs UniversiU' of Michigan Institute for Social Research Aim Arbor, MI 5196,660 • I rcl~i~'ing ~t'~,u n datio n- ~upported data colh'ctw~s (]br 2 wars). ID#27796 Access, ,g.hgtam'c Abuse, Co~t, Other Nation~ ~sociation of County and City Health Washington, DC $37.000 Stmte~4~ plcu~ m~,~ .qn'at /b~ the .~)~lio~m/ A s ~ocialion q/ Cou ..d Cil~ tfealth O//k ia/~ (fin (?h.mi~ ttea#h National .&ssociation of I Ieahh Data Organizations Falls Church. S t9,S50 1I)#2~ 166 A<.'s~. Clm.d< lh'alth C.uditimt~. .S'ttb~la~:~e.tbuse, National ~onference of Stale I.%4slamres $31 I l'~[mmh'd in/hrn:a/i(m /m~,~ram jbr ~:::n' hcal//~ p.li0 (/br 7 11)#30312 .-b'(c~, Chin.:: Ilcallh C(mdi/ion~, .g.h~lam'¢ Abow. ()o~t. National Pohlic Radio, Inc. ~1.779,977 i~ sm's (fi,r 3 DCa> ). 1[)#19315 . b.'s~. (.'kront¢ llcalth C.ndih(n>. New England Medical Center Hospitals, Inc. Boston, MA S37,517 @.3 m(mth~:. Ii)#2:16t (:/ramie Ilcaltk C:mditio~s New Jersey Ilealth hfitiatives l~ka~¢ III :(.k;~,./e,:sO llealth S~'rvice~ l):~,ehq)nw*:t lbo,~.rc:m :. ~@port pmje: t ~ th at ('tmm k t [ea/lh Comli/i:m ~, S.h~hm.,.Um~c, O/her Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, Inc., Northern New Jersey Chapter Parsippany, N] $217,2o2 (2 years). I1)#2937-t Catholic Charities East Brunswick, N] $240,000 (3 years). ID#30432 Children's Specialized Hospital Fonndation Inc. Mountainside, N] $230,00O (3 }'cars). 1I)#30433 The Cooper ttealtb System C:undcn, ~l $2 19.996 (3 }ca~s). 11)#29375 Enable Inc. S 15O.O32 (3~cars). ID#29376 Holy Name of Camden/Jesuit Urban Ser~ce Team, Inc. Camden, ~ Sso,6O4 (3xcars). II)#29377 Matheny School and IIospital Inc. Pcapack. N] (l?c:u). 11)#2937S State of New Jersey Department of Edncation "I'~ UIIH)II, N] (3 }cars). 1l)#30 t35 Sammftan Hospice Xlo~wcstown, N] (33"cars), ID#29379 Seton Hall Universiff (~years). II)#30434 Stageworks Tonring Company (;lassboro, N] $58,000 (33 months). ID#30t37 Unified Vailsburg Ser~fices Newark, N] S 100,000 (2years). ID#30-t36 IteNth Research and Educational Trnst of New Jersey Plinccton, ~] $270,150 7~'dmi~al as'~iffao(e amt (tira- Ho~ fi~r .Mvefl.r~O' t h'altk l*dliaM,es ( l yea~ ). ID#2S029 New Jersey Primary Care Association Inc. PrincetolL N.]" $5o,ooo 1)lan~HnK fi)r a meml:er~k ip-wide ap[noa(h lo manaLred caw monlh~). 1I)#29879 Ac('es~, Co~t University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (]hat)el ] lill, NC S199,880 Initial dissemination of the w.~ults [ram lhe .k}~tiot~al Londtudinal Slu@ qf Adole.wem t#altk (tiff S month~). ID#29632 Accev~, Cbnmic l h'alth. Condition~, Suhslanee Abuse Oregon Health Sciences Universiff Portland, OR S.tt),684 llealth.,iw (:mnn:./dtie~ l%je(t Partnership for Prevention X~';IsIIilI~IoII, I)C /m~'r~tiz,c ~ervic,'~ h3/:rival,' +'mphO'p~:s (/"r l 5 mo,th ~). University of Pennsyh'ania Heallh System Philadelphia, PA l'/amm~,k@n t/w ID'st l'hil.dclpl.a (/br i ~car:. ID#28437 (;]mmi: l/ca/Hi (.'(md:tions University of Pennsyh'ania School oI'~ and Sciences l'hiladciphia, IL~ S159,025 A ~se'ss n.'tll O/IY~ib.Mphia ~ ~( hool-ha~:'d All)5"p~'cnlio~ pro- ,~.mm (:~r 15 mo~th,~). Ii)#30162 A+re~s, Chronic tb'alth ()(m:lition~ University of Pittsbnrgh Graduate School of Pnbllc and Imernatlonal Affairs Pittsburgh, PA $49,866 Co,]}~n'nce o~ chan,¢~s m health cm~'politic~, poli0, and market~ [lie ll(I[HIH, ~[(Ih's, and (OIIIlllIIHII/F,~ (/or 27 m(mth~). ID#27482 Public/Private Ventures Phil:Melphia. PA $30,733 I?@or/ (m ~outk ~ dn.', (h'linquemy, (rod ~uh~tam c abuse (fin 3 I1)#30696 S.h:lam¥' Alm~e. O:/ter The Research Foundation of State University of New York Albany, NT S110,676 b u dget cuts a n d st ru ct in Medicaid (fin 11 I1)#269l 7 A.'es~. Chr.nic th'alth Condition~, Cost State hfitiatives in Itealth Care Reform ]~lo~rla nl to he@ St(lies plan and d~a~ehq: insurance market r@nms, 3h'dicaid t~:fin ms. and other .sigmif- leant health ca~'/b+ancing ddiveU ck a ~ges @n the periods mdi:aled). Access, Cost • Alpha Center for Health Planning, Inc. W;tshingt<)tL $2,953,729 73,chmcal a+si~tance and din'c+ li:m .ruler lk¢ .~'/Hle h~itialiv+'~ i*~ lleallh Caw [b,/m-m ~ 3 3em:s). II)#22-t63 • National Governors' Association Center for Policy Research Washington, 1)C $468,214 unth.r tl++, .Slate h::tiatiz,c~ llcalth Can, l¢@~rm /m:,g'/am (2 ~ear~). ID#2-1672 Stren~hening The Safety Net: The Medicaid Managed Care Program m(ma.~+'d ,a~e /:mvide~:~ to im/:rove a(.'~ ~ (..l + :m' /"~ v.h.'ml::,' /,.p- .latirms (oz,en'd umh'~ 31ediraid mdiratcd), .b :':'~s, (:/mini: lh'al/h Cot,titio~s • Stale of Colorado Department of I IeNth Care Policy and Financing Dcmer, CO S 142,998 (lyear). ID#30750 • Health Partners of Philadelphia, Inc. Philadelphia, PA S164,201 (lyear). ID#30751 • State of Minnesota Depart~nent of tluman Services St. Paul, MN $500.000 (18 months). ID#30752
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Cross-Cutting Programs • Tenuessee Opportunity Programs Inc. Smyrna, TN S 175,000 (18months). ID#30753 • Commonwealth of Vir~nia Department of Medical ~sistance Services Richmond, VA S 19-t,955 (ginonths). 1l)#30754 The Technical &ssistance Collaborative, Iuc. Boston, S19,020 +l~'( h n i~ ~d as ~i~lrmcc man ual.p. (lOt5 momhs). ID#306S5 Access, Chrmd: tfcallh Condition,s, .~'ub~tan(e Aku~e, Co~t UniversiD" of Texas at Austin, L?~Mon B.Johnson School of Public Affairs Attstin, TX $27,250 a ~ n ivvr~a ~3' 7 monl]t+). (J~:mic [[~'a/th (~ondili(m~ The Tides Center San F~ ancisco, (:A $8,000 mo.l/+s). ID#2S307 A:c,+++ Co+I Treatment Research Institute Philadelphia, PA $47,195 needs on bd:aviora: h+'alth aml managed cruv (j:. 6 month~). 11)#29691 C/ramie ltcalt/+ UnlversiD" of Wisconsin- Madison Medical School Madison, WI $421,957 Cost bvm~t vention t~?atme.tjbr p~oblem (fi. 3 yea~:~). 1I)#2720-t CONTRACTS The Center for Health and Social Policy l)clham, NY $318,411 documentation, and n,porting on heallhqvlated t@ics @~r l )'ear). I[)#29974 Access, Ctmmic ftealth ( ),nditi(m% .Sub~tance Abuse Communications Projects Multiple Contractors $73,000 /'dot [.qp'~t t. iml..ve +'~d ~>'po~ts @.2 mrmth~). II)#30213 Access, C/wmi: Health (2mdithm~, Substance Abuse $50,000 (fl. 8 mm~ths). I13#2N245 Chromic If,'alth Co.ditmn~, ,S'uhst:tnre+~bu~', ~'por: o. i.fi.mati<), tahmdo,c Chr.nic llcallh Crmclilions, S~th~tan<'v Abusv, $8.000 and out.'a+h (ft. 6 ID#29712 Ac(c+++ C]+.mi+ I<+'ti~+,C" ::/lb. H llJl+' ~t ~,~l<l Wide IUb sit: (/m 1 )ca)). ID#29752 Access, Chronic llealth (2mall/ions, $37,640 Communiratio~s tl l lJl: A)tti+m a l tS~gra m Staff (f. 13'car), ID#30201 Access, Chronic H+'alth Condittons, Suhsta~ce Abuse, Cost S 135,500 [)i~seminatirm rffthe Dartmouth Atla~ qf fh'alth Caw in the States (fi~r l 3ear). ID#29152 Ac('e~L Cost DesignXAMte, Incorporated Princeton, NJ $41,000 "l)'mdine of the l'bundalion major prog~ra m~ (/br 6 months). ID#30484 A((es% Ch.:nic Iteallh Conditions, Substan(e Abuse, Cost Dianne C. Barker Tupanga, CA 7~'ch n ical a~s~ta nce to the l'}m ndation on public-heallh- ~'lalcd i~dtiative~ a~d ~aluation,s (]br5 months~. ID#30195 Ac(e~, Iteahh Tracking [)lll<~'#(I Ill [0 ltlDll iIoY OY h~'a/lh ( a~+' s~ stvm awl/tow these , /,.".~,', 4/":/"¥'/':" llvalth (.'onditicms, • Center for Sludying HeNth System Change Washing.m, DC S 17.860,150 (2 wars). II)#28796 S1.567A09 (19n~<)nths). ID#29916 • Communications Projcck~ Multiple Contractors $20B,350 lh'a/th 7?acki~,~ comm..i~a/ion~ activities (5 I D#29187 h:allh ~arc 1D#29085 • Research Triangle Institute Research Triangle Park, 1996 Employer tfeahh Insu)ance Survey (1 year). II)#29533 The LeMn Group, Inc. Fai r fax, VA $47,900 Asv's~ment oj H tleallh in f)~cu~ proL~am 6 months). I1)#29487 Access, Ch mn i~ tlealtfi Co ndition~, ,Suhs:ancc Abuse, Cost Louis Harris & Associates, Inc. New York, NY $75,021 Sum,Q' on inJbrmation source,for stq//~ oJ l~?+~hington poliffmaker~ (jbr 3 months). ID#29687 Access, Chronic ttealth Condition.s, Substance Abuse, Cost Sheehan ~soclates, Inc. Washington, DC $50,000 1D#30097 Ac(e~s, Chro~dc l[,,alth Simon & Schuster New ~brk, NY $65,840 Su/)/)lemenl toj)*n(t~Jor di~tri- b.tion o/On I)octoring 31 monlh~). ID#29982 Access, Ckronic Health Substanr'e Abuw, C(W, Olhvr State Initiatives in Health Care Reform tSr~,;.~am to h~ lp states plan and d~,dop insurance mark('l 3[.dicaid ~vfi)rm~, and other icant health ( a~? finam i~lL~ ddiv:"U chan,ges (/br tke p:riod ind. ated). Ac(e~L Cost • Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Plinceton, ~l $259.912 Stale l~Hliatiz,e~ in tb,alth (Ta~ I¢@. m su~ vU (Jfi~ mili+ ~ in I l?~shi~,gton State ( 7 month~). II)#30167 Video News InternatlonN PhihMelphia. PA $37,128 P)zMu('tion of a video on health ca re in Alia m i (/,r 2 months ~. ID#29064 Access, Chronic HeaIth Co,dilio, L Substance Abuw, $266,917,545 Total Grants and Contracts Awarded:
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Selected Bibliography E a c h y e a r t h e F o u n d a t i o n's g r a n t e e s report to us the publications and other information materials that have been produced as a direct or indirect result of their grants. * This bibliography presents a sampling of citations from the books, book chapters, journal articles, reports, and audiovisual materials that have been produced and reported to us by Foundation grantees. The publications are available through medical libraries and/or the publishers. We regret that copies are not available from the Foundation. BOOKS Danicls. No)man. l)oHald \\'~ IA,<ht, and R~mald I~¢/})~::. New York, NT: ()xlord l.'ni\cl sit\ Press. 1996. l)axi<lson, Stephen M., NlavioH 3,It(loll.m, and .]anclh' l leineke. 7/~:,1V~3~i:~ .U,~agv~.Uliam¢: HidldmL, the It~'a::ll~ th:a:ll~ (,'a~*' ()~,¢~a~ii:ali(m. San Francisco. ( L&:.]osse}-Iktss Pttblishevs, Inc., 1996. I lilts. Philip.]. Tohmco [*ldl, sh3 (.',~ver4 )9. Rc'adhag. P:\: Addison \Vt sic} Publishing Co., IHC., 1996. Skocpol, 'I'heda. Bo0m<rang~.' Clinton ~ Ilea#h ~ "..S'. l'gdidcs. New'ibrk, NY: W. W. Norton & Co. hie., l t3 ¢.t{'~. BOOK CHAPTERS Fcinstcin, A. R. "Mathematical Models and Clinical Practice." IH Ethic,/[*m'~:~ecti,~>: Health Boulder, CO: Wcstvicw Press, 1996. Gedwill, A., ctal. "'Actualizatio,a of the ACNP Role: ]he Experience of Univevsit7, ltospitals ()f (;levelaHd." In The A+ut+, (.'<m, .\t+~:s(, t)mctiliom,,: edited b~, B..]. Daly. NcwSb)k, NY: Springer l'ub. Co., 1997. l lax nic, M., and.]. S. Palfiev. "'Children .-~ssistc'd I~. Medical Technoh>gT." h'~ l%ma,~ l'¢diahic Can', edited by R. A. tlockclman, c{ al. St. I.ouis, MO: Mosby, 1997. I.o, B. and A. All)(:)s. "Ethical Issues in Pediatrics." In l?l~dol/dl ~ l)ediatri(s, edited A..\1. Rudolph, et al. 20th edition. Stamtbr~'t, (:T: Appleton & Lange, 1996. *larshaw, J. I.. "Disability: \VhT~ Does the Search For Good Programs Continue?" In Social .Sccuril)' in t/te 2Is! (>~ttuU, edited by E. R. Kingson andJ. I I. Chultz. New "~brk, NY: Ox~i)vd University Press, 1997. Wagner, E. H., et al. "Improving Outcomes Chronic Illness." In Mmm,¢ed Cme cL"~: Chrom( Ilbwss: Challeng¢~ Fox and T. Fama. Gaithersburg, MI): I'ublishers, Inc., 1996. (MHrad, Douglas, et al. 'q'akiHg )lm Step T(>ward Capitation Payment. in Managcd Carc (~ontracts." In Mam<~cd C<m' (7,*z(epts ~ Ap/diealio*~s /i, the lh'allh Cme l'.'.x'cc~¢tiv< Chicago, 1I.: 11vahh Administration Press. 1996. ARTICLES Anglin, T. M., et al. "Student's Use of School- Based Hcalth Care Services." l~c<h<d~i(,s, 97(3): 318-330, March 1996,
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Selected Bibliography Armstrong, 1,. W., et al, "Nicotine Enhances Expression of the Neutriphil Elastasc Gent and Protein in a Human Myclobl;~st/l'romyeloQae Cell lane." A meri('an.flmrnal qf tb,,spimtoU a~,l Critical Cme Medicine, 154:1520-1524, 1996. Asch, D. A. "Tile Role of Critical Care Nurses in Euthanasia and .~sistcd Suicide." Tke A~w~ Enghmd.flmrmd (J Medicine, 33-t (21 ): 1374-I 379, May 23, 1996. l~,achman,J. G., el al. ":\tfimdes of Michigan Physicians and thc Public Toward Legalizing Phvsician-,&ssisted Suicide and Volunta~T Euthanasia." 77w ,M~, E*~gland.flmrmd ~JMahcine, 33-I (5) : 303-309, Fetm la~a' 1, 199(£ l>,eyer, K., ct al. "Nutrition Scrccning Among Rural Oldc,- Persons: A Managed Ca)c Model for a Rcgional Appr()ach." .\'utrilio~l 7bda), 211(11: 24,JmmalT 1996. P, hmlswin,J. F. "'The Fraud and Abus(: Statmc ill a.n l:.vol~ing t lcahh Care Malketphwc: l.ife in the l leahh Care Speakeasy." .4 ,irr, an,fimrmd if/ l,aw d,'-' Mcdicims 22(2 L31: 205-232, 1996. Cappcr, S. A., ctal. "A Wa? to Appr(mch thc Strategic Dccisi()ns Facing A(adcmic I leahh (;on ters.'" .-t(adrmi~ Medici,,,, 71 (-t) : 337-342, Ap~ il 1996. Christakis, N. A. :md,l.J, ENCaICC. "Sill \i\al of Medicare l)alicnts aflc~ Enr()lh)wnt in l|ospicc l))oglams.'" 77: .\','w l",~<b~nd,/,u~m! q/ 335(3): 172-17,'-;,,]ul7, 18, 1996. (:())m(>rs, A. F., ct al. "The Eff('clixem'ss ()fRight [ to'at t (;atlltqclizalioH in the Initial Care ot Ct iticallx Ill Patients." Tk¢ fi.,~n.I ~J I/H,-~ rutH, at, 3 l~,dna[~ l ~v, iat,m, 276 ( l 1 ) : 889-897, Scpte~ bc r 18, 1996. l)iem. S..].. et al. "Cardiopuhnonary Rcsuscilation on Tclcvision--Mi~ach,s and Misinformation." Tke .k)v*' l(~,;4aml.flmrmd ~j 31¢dicim', 33t (24) : 1578-1582,June 13.1996. Donelan, I)., et al, "All Pax er, Single PaFer, Managed Care No Pa)er: Patients' Perspectives in Three Nations." lh~akk Affim:s, i.')(21: 215- 265, Summer 1996, l)uke, K. S. "Hospitals in a (~hanging tlcahh Care System." !h,<dlh :~/jhirL I5(21: 49-61, Summer 1.996. Ehnorc,J. G., et al. "Acute .Meningitis With Negative (;ram's Stain." 77w A meri(anJ, ut nag Mcdicim', 10O( i ): 7s-84,JanuaU 1996, l-airl)rother, (;., et al. "*larkcrs lor Primary Care: Missed Ot)portmfitics to Immunize and Screen f(w I,ead and Tube~ culosis by Private Physicians Sc)-ving I,argc Numbers of Ira]or-City Medicaid- Eligible Children." Pediatrics, 97(6): T85-790, ,Jum: 1996. Fcrris, D. G., et al. "Effectiveness of lh east SeltL Examination Proln[)ts on Oral Contraceptive Packaging." TheJournal c~l,iimi61'ractic,,' 42(1): 43-48, 1996. Fine, M.J., et al. "Prognosis and Outcomes of Patients with COmlnunity-Acquired Pm~umonia: A Mcta-Analvsis." Tkeflmrnal q/lheAmerican Medical A~*ocialion, 275 (21 : 13gl 41, .lanuao' I0, 1996. Ginsburg, P. B. andJ. M. (;,ossman. "Heahh S~stt:m Change: The View from Wall Street." lleMth Affairs, 41 (4): 159-163, Winter 1995. Ginsl)urg, P. B. "Snapshots of Change ill Fiftcei~ Comnlunitics: The Robert W{}{}dJohns{m FouiMati()n Community Nnal)shots Study: Introduction and Oxcrx icw.'" tlrallk Af/.irs, 15(2): 7-20, Summer 1996. (;recnc. B. P,. "Ambuhm))w. (:are Gr()ups and 11~, l'r()filing of l'l'ima~ (;arc Phxsi( Jan Rcsomce Use: Examining the Apl)licati(m of(21sc Mix A({justmcnts." 7"l,'.fi, urmd qf AmhulatoL~ Caw 3Ia*,G~¢me*~l, 19( 1 ): 8(>89,Jan uar) 1996. (hunfl'.,ach, K. "Separating Fad flt)in Fact: Familx Xlcdicinc, Prim;u~ Cat c, and tim Role of Hcahh Set\ice Research." 77,'.],urmd • t3( I ): 30-32, 1996. (;urley, R..J., et al. "Persons Found in Their t Ionlcs t telplcss ()r Dead." 77w .k)~' lb,.Z/and .]<m~,d <,/.Uedi<'im', 334 (2(;): 1710-1716, .June 27, 1996. f lchns, C. M. and D. S. Wakct]eld. "Doeth)ping a (:o()perativc Pr(>~idcr-P, ased Ntatewidc Peer l~mimv Service: Early Experience." 7t,'.U,,'H, a~ ,flmr*ml (j3l,'dical QuaffO, 11 ( 1 ): t6-50, Spring 1996, I llatkx, M. A. "'.\nalvsis <if Costs Associated with C.kBC. and PTCA.", b~ rials <4 "1"1~ ,a,k Sw,~em' 61: 30-32, 1996. I lothnan, C., et al. "Pe~ sons with Chrol]ic Mrdi< a! ,l*~ociafion, 276 (18) : 1-t73-1479, No\ember 13, 1996. Kalz, ,\. :m(1J. Tl~ompson. "The Rok' of Public Policy in Health Care Marketing (~hange." ltealflz Aj/"i~s, 15(2): 77-91, Smmner 1996. Kitahata. *I. M., et al. "PIL~ sicians' Experience with the Acquired Immunodet]cienc~ S~nd~ omc as a Factor in Patients' Sm-xival." Tke .Mq~, t:'n,~4cmd,/our*m/o/M,'dici.,', 334 ( l 1 ): 701-706. March 14, 1996. Kmckman,J. R., et al. 'Tracking C()nsumers' Rein tions to the Changing I Ieahh Care Sxstcm: Early Indicators." Hcallk .If~airs, 15 (2): 21-32. Summer 1996.
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Selected Bibliography I,k)maromv, M., et al. "The Role <)f Black and Hispanic Ph~siciai~s in P~ox iding I leahh Care for Underscrved Populations." T/le ,~,, I'.'ngkmd Journal (~/,~ h'diHm', 334 (20): 1305-1310, Max 16, 1996. l.adden, M. "Using Clinical Data in Program l)csign: A Family Sul)l)()rt Program for Families with Prctcrm Infants." Managed Can' Qumlvr@ 4(3): 30-35, 1990. l.a>dc, P. M., ctal. "Gcneralizabilitx ot Clinical S|udies Conducted a~ Tertiary Care Medical Ccnters: A Populati{m-Bascd Analysis." f, urnal q/Chni~ al ITj4eh,,tioh<o t9 (8 : 835+tl I ichiclh), P. and C. W. Madden. "C(mwxt and (laud\st h)r Change in Hcahh (iarc .Markets.'" th,alP~ ,![/ai~s. 15(2): 121-12(.), Smmncr 19(.16. I.il)son, I)..[. au(IJ. M. l)e Sa. "Impact Purchasing Su'a~egics On l.ocal Ileahh Care S~ stems.'" t[calg~, tj/id~ +, 15 ( 2 ): (;2-76, Ntumncl 1 (.)(.)(). Lips(m. l).J. and N. Naierman. "Fffe('ts of I tcalth System Changes on Safctx-Nct l)rovidcrs.'' lt,'algt~. ~//}~i~, 15 (2): 33-4S. Summc~ 1996. [_(m,~o. D. R.. ct M. "l h~sl)iIM Smoking Baus and Eml)h~}cc Smoking Bchaxi(,r: Results Nafi~ real Nu rx cx." 7 7u,.fl,n~ n,1 ql flu'. ~ nu',i~an 3 h'dk a/.t~,,'iaJiun. 275 ( 16 ) : 1232-I 237, .kp~il 2t. 1996. I). and "I-. Schwartz. with (;cnil;d (~hlmnx(li;~ lnfccli()ns: An h~('rcmcnlal (Mst-Ellcctivc Anals sis." . In nal~ (~/ lntv~ hal 3 lcdui*n', 121 (-t): ,)S,}-,),).), ~'t'I)IIIalX 15. 199(£ Marg()lis, I'. A., (q al. "l.inking (]linical and Public I h'ahh Appr(mches ttcalth (:arc tbr S()ciall? 1)isa(txantagud Mothers and Children: A Fcasibiliw Study." P,'dk~grir~ ~= Adnh'~ccnl Medh'in,', 150(81:815-21, .Xugusl 1996. Mechanic, D. and M. Schh'singur. "The hnpact ()I Managed Care on Patients' Trust in Medical Care aud Their Physicians." T/t,'./nurna! u/lhe A me, nan Mcdi<o! A ~o<ialion, ~75 (21 ) : 1693-1697, J1mc 5, 19(.)6. Mcl,'cr, S. M., el al. "Pediatric Inpatient Care in X~'asl~ingt(m State." l>,,diatric~, 97(11: 65-70, .lanua,5 1996. Milk'v, R. I I., ('1 ;11. "Thc San l)icg(~ I tcahh Ca~e S\s)('m: \ Snapshot ()f(Jhangc " l/,'allk ..Ill'airs, 13( 11: 22-1-229, Spring 19()('). Miller. R. H. "'I tca](]~ Sxstcm Integration: A Means t()an I:.nd." th,allh A~/~i*~, 15(21: 92-106, Smmner 1 !)!)(i. Miller, R. I I. "(k)mpetition in the t tcahh SVStCI~: Good News and Bad News." ttea/tk :~f/hi~:~, 15(2): 107-120, Summer 1996. Mulbcrg, A. E., ct al. "Expression and l.ocalizati()n of the Cystic Fibrosis Trans,nembranc CoIMuctancc Reg,,la)or mRNA and Its Protein in Rat Brain." .]our~ml ~(Ch'nical lm,e.stigation, 96: 64(~652, 1995. l)armc), W. E., et al. "The Physician's Role in I lelping Smoke-Sensitive Patients ~() Use the Americans With Disabilities Act to Secure Smoke-Flee Workplaces and Public Spaces." Tin'Journal qf the American Medical As.~ociation, 276 ( 11 ) : 909-913, September 18, 1996. Phillips, R. S.. et aI. "Choices of Seriously Ill Patients ,\t)()ut (~ardiopttlmonatT Rcstts~itation: Correlates and Outcomes." YTn, A m,+~/can./uu+ ned +~Mcdi(inr, 100(2): 128-137. F(+brtuu~ 1996. l'icrce,J. P., and E. (;ilpin. "1 low l,ong Will T()dav's New Adolescent Smoker Bc Addicted to (iigarcttes?" A merican,]+n+rnat +~ l),l&'c tlcalth, 8(5(2): 253-256, Fcbruarx 1996. Rieselbach, R. E.. ct al. "l)olcntia] Impact of (;ME Policx hfitiatives on IM Residency Pr<)gran~s.'" Tb' +1 mvri¢ an.tim, nay q/.X h'di(inr, 100(3): 251-256, March 1996. Rot)inson,J. (L, and I.. P. (21salin<+. "The G,'owth ()f Mcdic'al Gr()ups Paid Thr()ttgh (:apitati,)t~ in (:alif~)rnia." The 5~w En,~/<md.fl,n~ nag o/ 3lcdh i*u'. '333(251:168 t-1687, I)cccmbm 21, I995. R()dwit+, Nl;t,,c ,\. ".Man:t,ged C4,e a,'.d Pr()tecti()n: What Arc the Is.;ucs?" .%0-+/lag Law lS'vbvu, 2(;(3): 1()07-1054. 1996. l+~()senthal. T.C., et al. +'l)rcse1',ing the Patient Referral PI+oc(?+;+< it+ Managed (~arc.'" A me+i( an./,re+hal q/,'~ h'di+:m', ] 00( 3 ): 33S-3 t 3. March Schooler, C., el al. "S(!\('t+th (haders' Selg Reported Exposure to Cigarette Marketing and Its Relationship to Their Smoking Bchavio1." A merican.fi>m',al ofl)ukic lL'alt& 8(5 (9) : l 216- 1221, Scptcmber 199(-;. Schroedcr, S. A. " How Can '~X\+ Tell Whether There :~.l'e Too Many o1 Too Few Phxsicians? The Case for Benchmarking." Journa! q/flu" A me)h'an Medica! A~sociat~on, 276( 22): 181 I-1843, December 1, i99(5. Siegel, M., et al. "Elti-cts of Sep:u'atcly Ventilated Smoking, Lotmges, . onthcHcalthofSmokers:Is this an Appropriate Public tfeahh Polio\?" 7bkacco Col+lrol, -t ( 1 ): 22-29, Spring 1995'. Smeoo R.A. ".\n .\c;ulenfi(: I lealth Ccntct - (k)lllmtlllit} Parmership: The Morgallt()wn I leahh Right Free Clinic." Academi( 31Micine, 71 (6): 613-621, 1996.
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Selected B bliog raphy Stevens, D. P., et al. "A StrategT for Coping wilh Change: An Atfiliation Bctwccn a Mcdical School and a Managed Care Hcahh System." Acadrmic Medicine, 71 (2): 133-137, February 1996. Vanselow, N. A. "A New Dctini|io|~ of Primary Ca re ." .]°urn a I oft D r A m eri~a n 3 [edica l, t s,~ ocia t m 273(3): I92,JanumT 1995. Wagner, E. 11, "Ihc l)romise and Perfb~ man(:e tiMOs in hnpro~ing Oulcomes in Older Adults." Jout*ml 4f the American Geriatrics SocirO', 44: 1251- 1257, 1996. Vqarne~; D. E., ctal. "Emph).~ nicnl Implications of I)cclining Tobacco l)rodu('~ Sales for the Regional Economies of tim United States." 275(16): 1241-1246, April 2t. 1996. Wcinbcrgcr M., ctal. "Does In{reascd Access to Primary Care Reduce I iospital Rcadmissions?'" 334(22): 1441-14-t7, .May 30, 1996. Wilkins, (:. "Building a Nl()dcl M:magcd ('Ail'C S'~stcm l;c)r HOlnclcss Adults wid~ Special Needs: Thc I hmhh, I lousing, and Integrated Sc~xi(c N(,lwork." (.'~*r~r~l lss.es in lhddi( lira#h, 2 (2): 39-t6, Ap~ il 1996. REPORTS The Ccnicl t~)l Family & (;()lIlmuililx t IcMIh, S{]i()<)l ofPublic tlea[tiL Uni~cisilv ()f'Califorl~ia. m ta. { .S. l~erkcl(,y, (;A: The ('.cmcr t()r l:amilx & ())IllllllllliB" Hcalfli, Scho()l <)t l'ublic t I "nivcrsitv of (;aliIOi Ilia, Mm 1996. The Center fof l>,el)roducti\c Law & Pl)licv. Ib'm<a,in,,.,, Barrie>:~/Im/m>vm? Clw,e*: A Caw' in Ib'prrMuctivr lh'altD Sem,ic:,,s <:ml New York, ,N~': The (],.:ilt{!l for Rcl)io(tucti~,e Lm~& Polic}, 11t{)6. lhc Chil(tren's Partnership...1 merica ~, l "#Unsun,d CDihln'~; and \De Cha;~,~.M,g l)o/i;3 lim,i#~mment: A Monica, CA: The Children's l)aimcrship, Fel)IU;llV 1996. Maine Heahh (2u'c Reform Connnission. 15'corn mendation, fl;r tIralth 5)'slem IS'Jbrm: l.eg&lalor~ ttandboolc Aug\ sia, ME: Maine I lealdl (]:ire Reform Commission, 1995. New England Medical Center. 77w Mectmnics of Ph~'sician Seb'ction and Patient Enrollment. Boston, M,k: New Enghmd Medical Center, Februal~- 1996. New Mexico Heahh Policy Commission. A?w Mexico Heallh Care." Blue[?rintjbr Chance Santa Ft. NM: New Mexico Hcahh Policy Commission, November 1996. The Public Librar~ Association. ConsumerHealtD Chicago, II.: The Public Librar~ Association 1995. State of NcwJcrsc}, Dcpmtment of Hcahh. .<~'i;;<£h" l>oint o/ linlO' <S) stem jbr .S'rn io~ .Services. Trenton, ~]: State of NcwJcrsc}, Det)armacnt ol [ h'ahh, 1995. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS 21st Centum ldeasJb~ lmb,lw;;de~t I i~,i*;t, (-t5 minute vidcocassctR'). The Independent l.iving Rcs{'arch Utilization l)Iogl'Alll, 1996. II2 a Ka*tsa~ (.';t3 Ib0bD'm (30 sc(:ond video PS\). Fighting Ba(k: C~mmmnitv Iniliatixvs t() Reduce Dciilaild f()r Drugs and Al~:ohol. l{uis~is Cit}, XIO, 199& {Provider Tracking Softwm c}. No~ ~I~ (2uolina Foundation for Alternative t tcahh P~ograms. R;lleigh, NC, 1996.
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Financial Statements The annual financial statements {bx the Foundation foF 1996 appeaF on pages 67 through 72. A listing of awards in 199~3 begins on page 34. The format i})r the financial statements was changed in 1995. These statements are presented in accordance with the Statement of Financial AccountD~g Standards (Sf]4S) No. 117. Also in 1995, the Foundation adopted SFAS Nos. 106 and 116 which establish the accounting stanclm-ds ibm postretiFement benefits otheF than pensions, and cont~-ibutions made and received by the Foundation. These changes have not caused a mateFial change in the Foundation's financial position. In 1996thcnctassetsoftheFoun(lali(mincrcasedg.7pcrcent. The Foundation awmdcd gFants and contracts totalling $2{~7 million. PFog~-am dcveh)pmcnt, evaluation, and gencFal ndministFation fo~ the veaF xvcFc S I8.G million o~ 7 pcFcent of total awaFds. This modcst peFcentagc continues ttle Foundation's commitment to maximize the funds~93 cents of every dolln~~available to oul" g~ant pr~0ccts. Investment expenses totalled $8.2 million reflecting an increased use of outside inx(:stmel~t lnanagcFs, .. FcdcD~l excise tax amottHtcd to S4.2 million. The Intmi~al Revenue Code lcqttHcs pFivatc tMmdations to make qualif~ing distFibulions ot 5 peFccnt of the fair lnaFket value of assets riot used in caF~ying out the chaFitablc l)UU~osc of the Foundation. These dist~ilmticms are ~c)be made within a twcntv-t~)ut month pe~iod. The Foundation has tultSlled its 199D ~cquixcmcnt ($212.9 million). The 1996 Fcqtti~cment ($2(;7.1 million) will be lnCt in mid-1997. .-X list of investment sectnitics held at December 31, 1996 is available upon Fequest to the Tl-casuFeF, The Robc~-t Wood,JoImson Foundation, Post Office Box 2B 16, Princeton, Ncw,]e~-se? 08513-2316. l)ctm-
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Financial Statements Report of Independent Accountants To tl~e Trustees of The Robert \~&)odJohnson Foundation: X.Ve have audited the accompanying statements of financial position of The Robert X~'ood Johnson Foundation (the "Foundation") as of December 31, 1996 and 19,03 and the related statements ofactivilies and cash tlows for the years then ended. These financial statements are the reslxmsibility of the Foundation's management. Our responsibility is ~o express an opinion on these f]nancial statements based on our audits. XX'c conducted our audits in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perfk~rm the audits to obtain reasonable assttraIlcc abotlt whether the financial statements arc free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing fl~e accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management as well as cvaluating the ovcrall financial SI~ItClllCllt pt'CS~/~atio~/. ~X'O believe that otH audits provide a reasonable basis for our In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present tairlv, in all material respects, the financial position of the Foundation at December 31. 1996 and 1995 and the changes in its net assets and cash flows for the years then ended, in contormitv with gem:rally accepted accounling principles. As discussed in ~l~e Notes to the financial sla~(:ments, effc(tivcJn~uary 1, 1993, the Foundation a(loptcd SFAS No. 117, "Financial Statements of Not-lot-Profit Organizations," NIL-kS N(). 116, "Accoun dng for Contributions Received and Contributions Made," and SFAS No. 106, "Empl{)ycrs' Accounting tbr Postretirem{'n~ Benefits Od~er Than Pensions."
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Financial Statements Statements of Financial Position Assets: Cash and cash equivalents Intcrest and dMdends receivable Comribmions receivable [uvcstmcnts at f~tir value: .Johnson ~Johnson common stock Fixed income illVCStlllCl]Is Program related invcstm(mts (~lS}I MIITellduI vahtc, net Prol)crly aud cquipmem, net Total assets 140,637 S 291,773 13,057 16,104 9,5~3 6,391 a,a(}4,.)8:) 3,. ~ ~,80a 1,029,618 {5~ t,822 804,195 1,005,654 13,304 14,378 2,281 1,834 13,087 14,100 S 5,590,687 S .5,252,861 Liabilities and Net Assets: I,iabilitics: Accottnts pa} able l)aval)le on pct~din:4 sc(:ttrity tra)asactit)ns Unpaid glatHS l)cfcrred Ik-dcval excise tax Accitlllltllltcd posUctivcmcnt l)cncfit <)l)ligati<m Total liabilities Net assets - ttl/l estl]cted hind lial)ilitics and net assets S 1,598 S 1,258 38,586 170,203 230,970 233,6(50 (')9,977 63,510 5,871 5.2t t 347,002 -t73,875 5,243,685 4,778,986 S 5,590,687 S 5,252,8(51
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Financial Statements Statements of Activities I'). lhe xea~:~ e~t(l~'(l D¢cembar ~ ] , ] 996 and ] 995 IDolfa*:~ itz thousaml~) 1996 1995 Investment income: l) ividends ]~lteres[ Less: Federal excise tax Contribution income S 66,709 S 57,647 64,177 79,091 130,886 136,738 1 ,~SD ~,63-t 8,~45 5,63~ 121,382 128,472 3,13~ 1,549 124,514 130,021 Program costs and administrative expenses: (;I';MI I Y,, net Program COlltracts alld related actix ities I)r~)gram d(wcl{~l)lllCllt ;tlld cwtltlatiOll General administration 224,103 157,75(3 27,331 8,153 12,288 10,563 6,269 6,355 269,991 182,827 Excess of l)r(~glam costs nnd ex])('nscs (*~ (:1 illcolllc (1-!5,477) Other changes to net assets, net of related federal excise tax: l\cahzcd gains on sale of securities Umealizcd appreciation on invcstnlcnts (htmulativc cffk'ct of 0h;rage in accounling principles Change in net assets - umcslricted Net assets, beginning of yea|- tmrestrictcd Net assets, end ofxear - t|nvestricted 296,043 283,76.t 3 l 4, l 33 1, 100,037 17,212 610,176 1,4(}1,013 464,699 1,348,2(}7 4,778,986 3,430,779 S 5,2-t3,685 S 4,778,986
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Financial Statements Statements of Cash Flows l:m the 3 eros emted Decembe~ 71, 1996 a ~d 1995 (1)~ lla~ m the usand~} 1996 1995 Change in net asse~ S 464,699 S 1,348,~07 ,~djustmcnts to reconcile change in net assets to ne* cash (used in) provided by operating activities: Depreciat ion 2,128 1,911 I)ccrcase (increase) in imerest and dividend rcceivablcs 3,047 (1,576) Increase in con tribution receivable (3,13_) (6,391) Net realized and umcali/ed gains on investments (610,176) ( 1,383,801 ) I)ccreasc in program relaled investments 1,074 5,066 (Increasc) decrease in cash surrender value (447) ,t87 Increase in accounts payable 352 805 (1)ecrcase) increase in m~paid grants (_ 690) 49,21(2 I)ccrcase in tbderal excise tax payable ~ (l,967) Increase in accumula¢ed postrctit+cment benefit obligalion 627 Net cash (used in) provided by operati(ms (141,518) ~_ 17~19~ Cash flows from investing activilies: Proceeds from sectnitv sales 3,651,465 . (_,~ l ~,3~3) Cost of security purchases (3,656,893 ..kcquisi don of pv()per~} and equ ipmen t (1,190) ( 1.461 ) Net cash (used in) provided for investing aclivities (6,618) 13,380 Net (decrease) increase in cash and cash equivalents (151,136) 30,577 Cash and cash cquiwdcn~s at beginning of year 291,773 2¢31,196 Cash and cash equivalents at end of year 1q0,637 S 291,773 Supplemental data: 9" Federal excise tax paid S 4,_60 S 10,216
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Financial Statements Notes to Financial Statements Organization: The Foundation is an organization exempt from Federal income t~cxa/ion under Section 501 (c) (3), and is a private foundation as describcd in Section 509(a), of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation's mission is to ilnprove the l~ealtb and health care of all Americans. The Foundation concentrates its grantmaking in three areas: • to assure that Ainericans bare access to basic health care at reasonable cost; • to improve the way services are organized and provided to people with chronic heahb condhions; and • to promote heahh and reduce the personal, social, and economic harm caused by substance abuse--tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs. Summary of 5i~ni~icant @¢~ountin~ Policies: Effective,January 1, 1995, the F(mnda~ion adopted Ihc provisions of S~atemcnt of Financial Accotmfing Standards ("SE-~") No. 116, "Accotuuing tbr Contribtttions Received and Contributions MadtC' The financial statements have also been prepared in accordance wid~ SFAS No. 117, "Filmncial Slatemenls of Not-for-P~ oth ()rganizatiolaS." Under this prmision, net assets and i-cvel~tles, cxpe~scs, gail~s a~3d losses arc classified t)ascd o~ the cx{ste~cc imposed vesu-ictions. (:ash and cash equivalcms represent cash and slmvt term investments purchas~d wid) an original maturity of three lllOll[]lS of Icss. ]'lie carrying value apl)r()xilnatcs fair xahm. Mm-ketahlc seem-ides me rep~nted on tim basis of quoted market value as reported on lhe last business day of the year oi1 securities exchanges throughout the wo/ld. Realized gains and losses on imestments in securities arc calculated based on the first-iu, []rst¢)tlt llwlhod, hwcsmaems in limited partnership interests are stated at the Fotmdalion's equity intm ¢'sl in the uncletlying net assets of the I,imitcd I)armevships which are slated at fair value as reported 1)y the Parmerships. Property and equipment are capitalized and carried at cost. Maintenance and repairs are charged to expense as incurred. Depreciation of S2,128,392 in 1996 and S1,910,931 caIculate(l using the straight-line method over the estimated useful lives of the d(q)~ eciablc assets. The Interred Rexenuc Service provides that each year the Foundation must distribute within 12 months of the end of such }ear, approximately 5~ ottbe average t)ir xalue of its assets u¢)t used in carrying out the chavital)le purpose of din I"Otltldatioll, The distvibuti¢m rcquirelncnt for 1995 has twen met and the 1996 requirement is expected m be met during 1997. l)etk'trcd [i:deral excise taxes ave tbc rcsuh of unrealized appreciation on invcsmtents bcing reported for financial stalement purposes in di[fk'rcnt periods than tbr tax purposes. The preparation o[ financial sta/enlents in conIk)rmity with generally accepted accomltii~g pvinciph's l-cqui~ es management to make estimates and assumptions/hat affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and disclosure of contingem assets and liabilities at the daw of the tin;racial statements, and the wportcd alllotlnts of revetmes and expenses during the reporting period, Actual results could diftkq from these estimates, Contributions The Foundation recorded as c(mtributions rcceixablc the present value of the estimated future benefit to be received as rcmaindermen in Bvo trusts. Investments: At December 31, 1996 and 1995, dw cost and fair values of the imcs/n~ents are summarized as tbllows (dollars in thousands): .Johnson &.Johnson Common Stock 71,657,994 and 76,673,79 1 shares 1996 and 1995. ~ espectively Other equity investment IAmited parmcrship imercsts Fixed income invcstme~lts 1996 1995 Cost S 85,591 $3,564,985 S 91,583 $3,277,805 825,741 937,551 558,77!I 617,441 87,188 92,067 7,381 7,381 804,086 804,195 975,023 1,005.654 $t,802,606 $5.398,798 Sl,632,766 $4,908,281
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Financial Statements i Pursuant to its limited partncrship agreements, as of December 31, 1996, the Fom~dation is committed to invest approximately $119 million in additional capital over lhe IleX/three years. The net realized gains on sales of sccmities for the years ended December 31,1996 an~[ 1995 werc as tbllows (dollars in thousands): 1996 1995 Johnson &Johnson Comm{m Stock S 2-tl,627 S 237,019 Other securities, net 54,416 46.745 S 296.0 ~3 S -b3, * 64 Property and Equipment: At December 31, 1996 and 1995, properly and equipment comprised (dollars in thousands): 1)epreciaDle 1996 1995 l.ij? l.andandlandimplo'~cmcnts S 2,774 S 2,774 15 Buildings 10,760 10,685 40 gm nitm'c and t'quipmcm 9,948 8,908 3-15 T~al 23,482 22,367 Icss, .Xccnmula~cd dcprc~ iation (10,395) (8,267) lhopert}, and equipment, m'~ S i3,087 S 14,100 Unpaid Grants: .'\i Dcc('nlbcr ];I, 199l), the iiiipaid giluH liability is expected to bc paid over t|10 ll{~xt fi\t' "<cars ;is f~)lh)ws (dollars ill 1997 1998 1999 ~0(~1 kc,,s, Discounlcd I~l i)icscni t;Ihic 12o,713 75,072 17,336 3,543 257, t60 ( '2{i,-t90 ) 230,970 Benefit Plans: Retirement Plan Sul)stantiall~ ;ill cinployees of the Foundalion alC covered bva leliicnlelil plan which provides for le{il-ClllCll[ benefits through a colnbillalioll of the ptll-CilaSe of illdividuallv-oxv/lcd annuities and cash payout. The lqmndation's policy is to fund costs incttrred. Pension expcnse was S1,071,203 and S1,051,92-t in 1{t96 and 1995, respcciively. Postretirement Benefits Other than Pensions The Foundation provides posl~ ctircment lncdica] and denial benefits to all enlployccs wlio m{wl eligibility requirelllents. In addition, the/otlndation h{ts adopted supplclllenial t)euefit plans to provide additional relirement benefits for certain key employees who meet certain require- ments. Effective January 1, 1995, the l:oundation adopted SFAS No. 106, "Employers' Accounting for Postretireniei~t Benefits Oiher Than Pe~sions." The Foundalimi elected Io recognize immcdiatcl~ the ctmiulative eft~'ct of this change ii/acc(mnling ors t,711,090, which represents the accllmulared poslretiremcnt bencfil obligalion ("APBO") atJanualy 1, 1995.
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Financial Statements 1996 1995 Net periodic postretirement benefit cost flu" the ~cars, ended December 31, 1996 and 1995 included the following components (dollars in thousands): Sel~Jce cost ofbenefiu earned S 656 S 544 Interest cost 210 206 Net amo~ tization and deferral (14) ~ Net periodic postretiremcnt benefit ~ost ~_8~2 S 750 The tblloxdng table sets forth the status of the plans, which are unfunded, as of December 31, 1996 and 1995: 1996 1995 Accumulated posuetirement benefit obligation (dollars in thousands) : Retirees Full} eligible active plan participants Other active plan pal ticipants Add, prior scr\ice cost not ?.et recognized Less, um¢cognized losses Accumu'tated postretiremcn| benefit ()bligation S 2.022 S 1,803 261 98 3,530 3.600 5,813 5,501 221 -- (163) (257i S 5,871 S 5,24.t The discount rate used in determining the cunmlatixe effect a<~justment and 1995 expense was 7.B5~ with respect to the medical and denial plan and 6.55~ with respect to the supplemental benefit plans. A discount rate of 75~ with respect to the medical and dental plan and 6~} with re- spect to the supplemental benefit plans were also used to dctcrmine the APBO as of December 31, 1995. The discount rate to determine the 1996 expcnse for all plans was 752. A discount rate of 75~ was also used to determine the APBO as of December 31, 1996. The assumed health care cost trend ra~e used was 10~2 for the medical portion and 7.5% for the dental portion of the health plans; the trend rate was assumed to decrease gradually to 5.5~ and 4.5%, respectively, by the year 2005 and remain at that lcvcl thereafter. An increase in the assumed health care cost trend rates by 152 per xear would increase the APBO at l)ecembcr 31, 1996 by $606,000 and the net periodic postretiremcnt benefi~ costs for 1996 by $97,000. The Foundation paid net retiree medical and dental costs of S108,500 and S100,500 in 1996 and 1995, respectively and retiree stq)plcmental benefit pa?ancnc~ of $116,900 in each of the years ended December 31, 1996 and 1995. Cumulative Effect of Change in Accounting Principles: Effective January 1, I ~)~)a, the Foundation adopted SFAS No. 106, Employers' Accounting for Postretirement Benefits Other Than Pensions and SFAS No. 116, Accounting for Contributions Received and Contributions Made. The cumulative effect of adopting these pronotmcements on the 1995 Statement of Activities is as tollows (dollars in thousands): Pos[rctirement benefits other than pensions S (4,71 I) SFAS 116, Present value adjusmacm: Unpaid grant liability 17,080 Contributions receivable 4,843 Total cumulative effect otc hange in accounting principle S 17.212 Johnson & Johnson Stock Split: Johnson &Johnson common stock held at Decetnber 31, 1995 has been adjusted to reflect the two for one split on May 21, 1996.
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The Secretary's Report I n J u n e 1 9 9 6, JamesR. Gavin, lll, MD, PhD, andGailL. Warden were elected to the Board of Trustees. Dr. Gavin is a senior scientific officer with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, Maryland. He earned a PhD in biochemistry from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and an MD from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Mr. Warden is president and chief executive officer of the Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, Michigan. He earned a master of hospital administration from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. At the January 1997 meeting of the Board, Norman Rosenberg, MD, trusteeof the Foundation, was elected to the office of trustee emeritus. Dr. Rosenberg served as a trustee since 1958. At his election as trustee emeritus, Dr. Rosenberg was cited by the Board for his loyal, devoted, and valuable service to the Foundation. Staff Changes On December 31, 1996, Richard C. Re,vnolds, MD, executive vice president, retired to (;ainesvillc, Florida, where he continues to oversee The Robert XVoodJohnson Clinical Scholars Progrmn ~s chairperson ofib National Advisory Commiuee: and, as a member of the University of Florida's Division of Internal Medicine, he will practice medicine, and teach medicine, ethics, and literature. D~t Reynolds joined the Foundation in 19gT from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) where he served as senior vice president (1984-1987) and dean of the UMDN~J-Robert X%odJohnson MedicN School (1979-1987). Lewis G. Sandy, MD, vice prcsident since 1991, was appointed executive vice president of the Foundation, succeeding Richard C. Reynolds, MD. I)~: Sandy is an internist and former medical director at the Harvard Community t Icalth Plan (now I tarvard t'ilgn{m Health Care), Boston, Massachusetts. He received his NID degree fi-om the University of~ lichigan and an MBA (te~ee ti-om Stanford Un ivmsitv. In April 1996, Ruby P. Hearn, PhD, vice president, was promoted to the position of senior vice president. Dr. ttearnjoincd the Foundation in 1976 as a program officer. She was promoted to senior program officer in March 1980 and assistant x%e president in the i~ll oi 1980. InJanuary 1983, Dr. Itearn was appointed vice president. In June 1996, Robert G. Hughes, PhD, senior program officer and director of pro- gram research, was promoted to vice pres- ident. Dr. Hnghcsjoined the Fotmdation in October 1989 as a research Dllow in the OISce of Health Statistics and Analysis (at that time, a m;Oor in-house research initiative within the Research and Evaluation Unit). In October 1991, he was promoted to senior program officer and appointed director of program research. ~oyd K Morris returned to fl~e Foundation as program officer in April 1996, In March 1995, Mr. Morris left the position of senior financial officcr to become assistant admin- istrator at the Harvard Community ttealth Plan's Kenmore Health Center, Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Morris received his Mt tA t~om the University of Pittsburgh.
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The Secretary s I~ep ort In Scplelnber 1996, Gina Stulnpfjoincd the Foundation as assistant director of Human Resomces. Ms. Stumpfpreviously worked for Alliance Capital Management, L.P., in New ~)vk City. Effective September 1, 1996, Roselnarv Gibson was promoled to senior progiam officer. Ms. Gibson joined the Foundation inJune 1993. In Oclober 1996,J. Michael Mc(;innis, MI), joined the Fotmdation on a 12-monda as- signment. Dr. McOinnis had a distinguished carcevintheU.S. DepartmentnfHun~an Seevices. tic scrvcd as Assistant SUlgeon (;choral; I)cpub ,~ssistant Secretary t~)1 t Icalth: and Director, Office of Disease Prcvention and H¢~altH PlolllOtioll for OVCI" 15 years t)cfotc tctiting ftom the [++.S. Pttblic t tcalth Set+vie{- in 1995. In.]anuat} 1997, Pamela S. Dicks<re.joined the FOtllld~ttioll as a SClliOr plOglalll officer. Previously, she held several senior positions with/he Ncw.lClscy Department of Health. Ms. Dickson received hey Mast('r's otBusiness [yore The Wharton Scho()l ()[ Business, University ()t t)Cnl~SX Ivania. Rona SiHvth ticmv was pvomo)cd to se- nior financial otticcr cffbcdvcJanuavy 1, 1997. 1995. Robcr~ I I. KHc~t, MD, [k)rmcx special ad- visor t() the president, died (mJanuary 29, 199G. tlewasappointcdspccialadvisov 1982 by thcn-RXX~]F prcsidcnl, David E. Rogcls, MD, and served as a valued c~msul- rant to the Fotmdation's trustees and staff through 1988. Dr. Ebevt had served as dean ot the Ilavvard Medical School frnm 1965 to 1977 and Ibundcd the Harvard HcalthPlan. He sevved as a tvust{,c of the Rockefeller Foundation and was later presi- dent of the Milbank Meinorial Fund. In May 1996, Eric P. (Tito) Coleman, pro- gram officer, lcft the Foundation to becolne vice president at d~e Community Anti-Drug (~oalitions of America, :klexaI~(h-ia, Virginia. Mr. Coleman joined the Foundation Oclobcv 1992. In June 1996, Annie l.ea Shusrer, senior program officer, retired fl-om thc Foundation after inore than 24 years of dedicated serxSce. Ms. Shuster relocated to Little Rock, ~Mkans~ts, wheic she coHtiHttcs to serve as the pt-ogram director of The Robert X~i)odJohnsnn Clinical Scholars Program, maintaining a program office at the University of Arkansas fi)l Medical Sciences. InJnne 1996, patti W. Nannis, senior pro- gram officer, left the Fonndation to return to the position of commissioner of the city of Milwaukee Health Department, a position that hc held prior tojoilaing the Foundation in December 1995. Program Directors Biddle, l~hl), wcqc appointed (o-divot)ors the progqam, Screening and l~iicf Intcvventi<)n f()r,Mcohol Abuse ill Manag('d (~avc. Dr. is pv()f(rssor of Psychology, University Connecticut Health C~cnt(q l)cpavtmcnt ot Psychiatry; Dr. Iliggins-Biddlc is assistant prolessor, Univcvsitv of(;onnccticut Hcald~ Center Dcpavtmcnt of Psvchiatvv. Richard R. (Havt()n, PhD, was appointed pv()gram director of the Research Network Initiative on the Eti()logy ot Tobacco Dcl)cndCl~CC. Dr. (~laxt()t~ is divcctov of the Ccntcv for lh cvcntion l<cs('arch, I.exingt(m, Kentucky. Ptmnv H. Fcldman, Phi), was appointed t)vogvam director of the lIomc Cave Research Initiative. Dr. Veldman is the (lilcCtOl-()f the Ccutcv t~)v 1 lome Car(" Policy and Research, Visiting Nursc Scrvicc of New ~brk, New City. James E Firman, Edl), was appointed pvn- gram director of Independent Choices: Enhancing Consun~er Direction for People with Disabilities. Dr. Firman is president of the National Council on lhe Aging, Inc. Jay S. Himmelstein, MI), MPII, was appointed progtam director of the Compcl~sation ticalth Initiative. Dr. Uimmelstcin is assistant chancellor for tiealth Policy, ['nivcvsitv of Massachuseus Medical Center.
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The Secretary's Report Bernard I,o, MD, was appointed program director for Strengflaening file Patient-Provider Relationship in a Changing Heahh Care Environment Initiative. Dr. Lo is director of fl~e Program in Medical E~fics at tim University of~brnia, Sm~ Fmnci~o, ~hool of Medicine. Km{nJ. Mahoney, PhD, was appoimed pr~> grain director for hldependent Choices: Enhancing Consumer Direction for People with Disabilities~Cash and Counseling Demonstration and Evaluation. Dr. Mahoney is at the University of Maryland Center on Aging. Mark R. Meincrs, PhD, was appointed pro- gram director for The Medicare/Medicaid Integration Program. Dr. Mcincrs is director of tim University of Marvkmd Center on Rose M. Naff was appointed program director for ~he ltealthv Kids Replication Program. Ms. N;dlis executive director of the Florida Heahhy ~ds Corporation. Thom~ks O. Ncrnev and Donald I,. Shumwav were appointed co-dirccu)rs of the program, Self-Determination for Persons Wid~ Developmcnml Disabilities. Mess~s. Nerney and Shumwav arc located at the Institute on Disability, University of New ttampshire. William D. Novelli was appointed program director of the Nati{mal Center fo~ Tobacco- F~-ecKids. Mr. Novclli is president of the Campaign tbr Tobacco-Frcc Kids. Gilbert S. Omenn, MD, PhD, w;ts appointed program director of Turning Point: Collaborating tbr a New Century in Public t teahh. Dr. Otlletltl is dean of the University of Washington School of Public I Icahh and Community Medicine. David L. Rosenbloom, PhD, was appoint- ed program director of Fighting Back: Communi~' Initiatives to Reduce Demand for Illegal Drugs and Alcohol. Dr. Roscnbloom is director of Join Together; and associate pro- lessor of Public Heahh, Boston University School of Public Health. Richard A. ~2)ast, PhD, was appointed program director of the programs, A Matter of Degree: Reducing High-Risk Drinking Among College Sllldcllts and Reducing Underage Drinking Through Coalitions. Dr. Yoast is department director of the Office of Alcohol and Other Substances at the Am erican Medical Association. JamesJ. Callahan,Jr., PhD, completed his assignment directing the progrmn, Supportive Services in Senior Housing. Dr. Callahan was appointed to this position in 1988. Martin D. Cohen completed his assign- ment directing the Replication of the Foundation's Programs on Mental Illness. Mr. Cohen was appointed to this position in 1992. Anne Doyle completed her assignment directing the program, Statewidc System of Care for Chronic~dly 11l Ektcrly in 31a~sachusetts. *Is. Doyle was appointed to this position in 1995. Lex Friedcn completed his assignment directing the program, hnproving Service Systems for Pcople ~dth Disabilities. Mr. Friedcn was appointed to this position in 1989. Maxinc Ha,yes, MD, MPH, completed her assignment directing the program, ImpvoxJng Child tlcalth Services: Removing Categorical Barriers to Care. Dr. I laves was appointed to this position in 1994. Sol I.evine, PhD, progtam director of the Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research, died in November 1996. Dr. Levinc was appointed to this position in 199t. .lamesJ, O'Connell, III, MD, completed his assignment directing the I Iomeless Families Program. Dr. O'Connell was appointed to this position in 1989. Board Activities The Board of Trustees met six times in 1996 to conduct business, review proposals, and appropriate tiands. In addition, the Nominating, Hnman Resources, Finance, and Audi~ Comnfittees met as required to consider and prepare recommendations to the Board. ~/J. Warren "~$ood, III I~ce fS~'side~t, (;e~eral Cou and SecretaU Ttus report cover~ the per*od tt~rough FebruaO 1, 1997.
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Officers and Staff Stqff a~ ofl"ebruaO' 1, 1997. Sidney E Wentz Ch airm a,, Boa td Evann S. Gleeson Administrative Assista nt Steven A. Schroeder, MD Sara E. Wilkinson Judith A, Famulare Src~ctaO' Lewis G. Sand~; MD Execulive ~ 7cc P~'gde~ Gerri E. Bro~aa J. ~rren l~od, III a~d .D':~'taO' Sharon E. ~auss . ~ dmini~lralive A ~ista nt May C. Wagmer Rnby E Hearn, PhD Lois Shevlin A d minist rali~,e/Progra m Paul S. Jellinek, PhD 17(e 15rsiden t and Co A (¥e:vs GoalD~q,elo/m~ent ~b,king Group Rush L. Russell Terri C. Gibbs ~oyd K. Mor~s 15og~am Officer Amy L. Dewald Slaff As.,ociate Dale A. Alloway Administ~'a!ive/Prog~'a m A~is'tant Joy Neath Admini~trative/l>rogram Dolores V. Sla)~on 15 <:,q~a m A ssista ~ t Liz A. O'Neill .Srcrcta U Jeanette L. Wattley SecrHar~ Nancy J. ~ufman ~ 7., Maril)~ ADfirre-Molina, EdD Michael P. Beachler Terrance Keenan ~Sj.'ciag lhog'~a.~ Janet Heroux Neal Brandes Pr~W*z m Associate Charlotte L. Hallacher ProWa.~ A s,si,s tan t C)a~thia L. ~ely A d m i n i, t m t i ~ ,e/15 o,g~a m A,sistant Barbara A. McCourt Pr<~gra m A ~si~ta nt Mary L. Qui~m . ld m i n is lra live/P1 o~a m Assistan: Mary R. M~rone Sallie A. Petrucci S:<'~vtaU Christopher Bengson l>rog'mm Intern James R. Knickman, PhD ITce Prt'side:et forEvahmSo~ and tb,~ear<h and Convene~; Chronic Health Co~Mitions Goal Dt~,elopment ~ibrking Group Maoorie A. Gutman, PhD Senior Prog~<,m ()//her C. Tracy Orleans, PhD S.nio~ Prow'am Ojji¢ er Beth A. Stevens, PhD .Senior Pto,g'ra.~ Officer ~drea S. Gerstenberger, ScD Maureen L. Michael 15 ogrt a m A 5socia lr Phyllis L. ~ne Progoa m Assi*ta n t Pamela K. LaPata A<tministrr~tire A ssistant Deborah A. Malloy A dministmti~,e A sffslrl Ill Christine M. Phares A d m i n i ~ l m t i z ,c/I5 ~gy'a m ~n E Pomphrey P~ og~a m Assi~ta u l Curtis R. Tfimble Research Assista n: Sherry M. Geor~anna SccrelaO' Helen Le,T Robert G. Hughes, PhD 1 'ice Pr~ffd+':~ ! Nancy L. Barrand ,%n ior Pr.:..,ra m ()flhe~ a n d Dir:'ctc.; tleallh t%li<3' C1olt/)
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Officers and Staff Pamela S. Dic "kson Senior l'wgTam Office~ Rosemary Gibson Senior l'ro&n'a m Officrr Judith Y, ~ang Program Officer Dolores A. Colello Prog~'a m A ~sisla n t Linda L. Manning Administrative~Program Assistant Diane Monta~e Progmm A ssista n t Jeanne M. Stives Jeniffer S. Wilkinson Sccreta ry Catherine M. Dunham, EdD S]:ecia[ Advisor to thr 1%, ndatirm Gall R. Wilensk> PhD .S~w<i<d A(h'ism to the f'reside.t Edward H. Robbins l)ire<'to~; ()~fice ~chard J. Toth . ~ *s/slant L)m'ct:n; O/tic,' o/ 15@o,w I .X la n ~therine J. Parker Proposal 3 la/~ Julia E. Painter LindaJ. Gabryszewski l)ata Coorctinato~ Peg~' L. Luc~ SeoelaO' Fra~ ~rel ~ 7a' Presidentfi)r Marc S. ~plan Joe Marx Victoria D. ~2qsfeld S, uior Comm,~+icatio~s Officer and (7o~tvem'~: (2m~munications L)(~,el@ment IU,/:ing Joan K. Hollendonner Communications O,(ficer Paul A. Tarini Oom m u n icalim'~s Officer Ann E. Searight Corn m u nications A~sociate Jeanne M. ~ber l'roduction Manager Mary P. Huber Communications Assistant Eleanor T. Mattison JoAnn O'D~Ter Corn m u nicalion ~ A ~sista n l Linda B. Ports Sue J. Weidner Hope A. Woodhead l'tod.ction A,sistant Barbara A. Sherwood Pnhli( ation~ Aide Kathr)~a W. Flatley l_ibm r~' A ~sista t+ l Mary Elizabeth Kren l.ibm rV ,4 s si,s/a n I Peter Goodwln E. Tina Mushy Janice A. Opalski Director oj l"ina mitU Monitmi~+g Rona Sm~h Itchy Se~+ ior f'i n a +t cia I Offi Marco Navarro l'Tnancial Officer Gall I. Benish I:inancial Ana(~'st Milton R. Ellis, Jr. Fimmcial An@,st Jonath~ D. LaCrosse l'Tnamial A Spencer L, Lester Benjamin J. Warner 1"7 n a n cial A n alyst Joseph Wechselberger Financial A nal3'st Marianne Brandmaier A d rain i,st ra tire A ~sista n Francine A. Bel~do SecretaO' Lorraine M. Conway SeeretaO' Stacey A. Malmos G. Rtmsell Itensha~3 Roy E Chiorello A~,i~lant Controller Carol)~ D. Scholer l'wt~blio/Accounting :H~i.~tant Ellen E. Coyote Accou~li~g As.~istant Carol A. Owle ,-tccou nti~ig AssiLstant Christina M. Reiger Tami S. Mansur ~istine N~to A ~i~tant Ma~mger-I@)rmation Sys/e~s Robert Pierrot L-IN Administrator Helen G. Gerry Debra A. Hey'n Shell Sy,~ terns A t~ al)'st Kim M. Lavan ttdp l)esk/SoJtwa rr Support Con~tdtant Joy E. Scaccetti lh'lp Desk/Sq/tTvat~' SuDl:orl Con ~ultant A~/da Marquez ,S(,cn,taO' John D. Gilliam Chief bwe~lment Officer Karen J. Candelori f)'xcd Income Portfolio Manager Denise M. Inverso Fixed In co m e Portfolio 3 la n ager Jill U. Poslu_szny Supervi,~or ~/ Operations Heather C. Kilgariff Operations Assistant Corinne T. Kelley Secreta~7 Linda T. Curran Di.'ctor ~f ttu man Re~ot+ rce,s a n d ;ldmitti,~tralive Services Gina A. Stumpf d £~iglalH Dheclor of Hu nmn Anthony D. Freda O/rice &'r~,ices 3 la n age~ Heidi N. Tucci "4 L~" ~i sta n t 3 la n age~; Olficc Scrz,icc+ ~y K. Brand Mail Set vices CootUinator BarbaraJ. Tretola Manag¢~; 7)avel/ConJi~rence Services Da,'id Finkelstein Office Services Assistant Bernadlne Rein Travel A ssis tan I James Rohma~ (:h a uffi' u r Sandra A. Georgeanni Reco.ls Supervisor VickyJ. Coveleskl Records Assi,sta n t
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National Program Offices and Directors The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds a number of multiyear, multisite national programs whose grantees are located throughout the country. Most of these programs are managed by institutions outside the Foundation. Below is a list of all current national programs. All Kids Count: Establishing Immunization Monitoring and Follow-Up Systems The Task Force for Child Survival and Development The Carter Center Emorv University One (~openhill Atlanta, GA 3030% 1406 E-mail: ksaarlas~ tasktbrce.org Pr%na m Dbrctor: IlTlliam IL I:o%~e, MD America's Promise Unixersitx of Washington 7900 Eas((;rccnlake Drive North Suite 302 Seattle, ~Sk 98103-4850 E-mail: promise@ u.waslfington.edu t'ro,Ww m Director: Cha Hes Rqver Building Ilealth Systems For People V¢ith Chronic Illnesses Center for lh'ahh Care StraIcgies, Inc. 353 Nassau Street Princeton, N] 08540 F-maih jw~:chcs.org Website: www.chcs.org tSognam Din, ctor: t'7 Marc I.c~orc6 MD Changes In ttealth Care Financing And Organization Alpha Center for Heahh Planning, Inc. 1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 1100 WashingtoIL DC 2003%1701 E-mail: hcfo@ac.org Website: ~5~sv.ac.org Program Director: Am~e 1,2 Gauthier Chronic Care Initiatives in HMOs Mnerican Association of I Iealth Plans 1129 20th SlreeL NVf, Suite 600 Vfashington, DC 20036-342 t E-mail: 75102.70~ compuserve.corn P.~¢mm Z)i~ e~ tu~ : Pete~ D. ~bx, PhD Clinical Scholars Program The University of M-kansas %r Medi( al Scien(es Center for Outcomes Research and Fffectivcness 5800 West 10th Su-eet Nuile 605 Little Rock, AR 7220 t E-mail: alsh ttste~ @corc.uams.edu Pr,g,a m Dm,ctoc A n ~#' l.ea Sh u~h'r Colleagues in Caring: Regional Collaboratives for Nursing Work Force Development American Association of Colleges of Nursing 1 Dupont Circle, NW Suite 530 Washington, DC 20036 E-mail: mrapson~aol.com l~m,¢ram Director: .~la~3 Rapwn, [WD, ILk; CS Coming Home: Development of Rural Community-Based Systems for Chronic Care National Cooperative Bank Development 44 Montgomer} Street Suite 610 San Francisco, CA 94104 I%£~am Director: David C. A~lan Comtnunity Health Leadership Prograna Massachusetts t Iealth Research Institute, Inc. 30 Winter Stree~ Suite 1005 Boston, ~L& 02108 E-mail: chlp@tiac.net Program Director: Cathem~e M. Du~ham, EdD Dissemination of a Model Injury Prevention Program for Children and Adolescents Columbia University [ hu-leIn 110spital (~entcr 506 Lenox Avenue, .MLK 17103 New "~brk, NY 10037 150g, vam I)b~ctor: Barbara Barlow, MD Faith in Action: Replication of the Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Program Kingston ttospital IIealth Services Research Centei- 368 Broadway Suite 105 Kingston, NY 12401-0227 E-mail: 76001.3065~compuscrve.com t'rog~a m l)irector: Ken ~elh (;..fl)h nso~, 3 ID Family Support Services Program Family Resource Coalition 200 South Michigan Avenue Suite 1600 Chicago, IL 6060.!-2404 Project Director: (;all Ko,~er Fighting Back: Community Initiatives to Reduce Demand for Illegal Drugs and Alcohol Vanderbilt Uni~e,silv School of Medicine 1107 Oxfi)rd IIouse Nashville, TN 37232-4300 Prodam Director." I~: Anderson Spickard, Jr, MD Free To Grow: Head Start Partnerships to Promote Substance-Free Communities Colunahia University School of Public Health 154 1 larch Avenue, 2nd Hoot New ~brk, NY i003~ E-mail: ~onesS093@aol.com t')ogm m Director." Ju dith E. Jones
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National Program Offices and Directors Generalist Physician Facnlty Scholars Program Georgetown University Medical Center l)cpartmen t of Medicine, 5005 PIIC 3800 Reservoir Road, NW Washington, I)C 20007-2197 H-mail: eiscnbej~ gunel.georgetown.cdu IVg¢~'am l)i.'ctor: Job n 31. Eiwn he~g, 311) Generalist Physician hfitiative I "nivcrsitv of Missouvi- Columt)ia SchooI of Medk ine Department of Family and (~ommtmitx Mcdici~m Medical S( ie(wes Building, M228 1 I lospilal Drive Wcbsitc: charh)tlc.hsc. missot~Fi.edu, index.hmfl .p.k M. Cola,ill, MI) Heald~ of the Public: An Academic Challenge t'ni\e~ sitv of (2diiovnia, San Francisco San Francisco, (:A 9 t1 t3-0994 E-mail: till Ili{& W~tl-lell.ll iud.hAI Xill d.cdtl 7 k.mas S. l..i. MI), ttealtb Policy Fellowships Program National .\cadcmx of Scien~es- Institute ot Mcdi( ine ( )Ill( e ()fl leahh JMlicv F( ) 3122-D Washington, D( ; 20 t 18 E-mail: mh,win(a m>.cdu Health Tracking (2enter it>~ Smd~,ing }teahh Sx stern Change 60(I Mmxland Avcm~c. SW Washington, , DC 2002-t-2512 E-mail: pbg{/hschzmge.com lh%~r~.~ 1)irectm: ttealthy Kids Replication Program Florida t tealth~ Kids ( :(wporation 222{ Sotlt]l (;adsdcn Street Tallah;tssee, Ft~ 32301 E-mail: np(>~z ]w;thhvkids.org 15 ::£ra m 1)i~*'ctm: Ro~,, 31. ,k?(ff tlealthy Nations: Reducing Substance Abuse Among Native Americans University of Coh>rado t tcahh Sciences Center Department of Psychiatry University North Pavilim{ A011-13 4455 East 12th Avenue I)envet; CO 80220 E-mail: c:mdace,flcming~¢ uchsc.edu spcro.manson(0 uchsc .edu tSz)g~ram (~o Oitwclors: Candace 3L I:leminff, PhD, ~S]~ew M. 3lanwn, PkI) Home Care Research hfitiative Visiting Nurse Sevvk c of New ~d)rk and Reseat ch I07 Kast 70th Street New ~brk, NY I0021 E-mail: pfcldman:; x nsm.org I',.,, v I lolla,de~ l'?'bl,m ,, PhD IMPACS: hnproving Malpractice Prevention and Compensation Systems (;e()) getown Unixct-silx ol Mcdi(ine 2233 Wisconsin Axcmw, NW Washington. D( : 20007 E-mail: })el('l 1%( )l-ff~ Independent Choices: Enhancing Consnmer Directiou for People with Disabilities National Council on fl:c' A~ng. Inc. 109 Third Sncet, SW Waslxingt( )n D( ; 20024-2571 E-mail: james.firman~/ 150£ram ,/a,,'s 1~ l'7rmam EdD Independent Choices (:ash and Connseling l)emonstration and Evalualion { "nkcrsiw {~[' Maryland Center tfHf' Building, Room 1240 College Park, MI) 20742-2611 E-mail: km 110~mnail.umd.cdu K;~,i.J. Makon+q', l)hD Information for State Health Policy University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Department of Em'i~ onmental and (k)nln/tmitv Medicine 675 lloes Lane, Room NIl8 Piscatawa}, X] 08854-5635 E-mail: katffmanO, umdnj.edu Wcbsite: xn~av2.umdnj.edu/ shpp/homepage~ .htm 1%,&~am l)i~rctor: Investigator Awards in Ilealth Policy Research Program Association fbr Heahh Services Research 1130 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 700 Wash ingt{}n, 1)( ~ ~0036 Ladders in Nursing Careers Program Greater New hi}rk t h}spita] Foui~da.ti()n, Inc. 555 West 37)h Street Suite 1500 N{'w ~brk, NY 1 (}(}] 9-2974 1.2-mail: lincnv(& a(}l.com 31a~ar,'t -E 3l&Vallv, tLX2 .UA Local Initiative Funding Partners Program I leahh Research ~Ill(I Education;d Trust of New.lets% 7{~0 Alexalldel Road, (:N l lq inceton, ~] 083 13-000 l E-mail: pscitza* I'r.,&~; a ,; l#;.lim' M. Sritz Making the Grade: State and Local Partnerships to Establish School-Rased Health Centers ]hc (;e{)rge Washington l "n ivcrsitx School {}t" Public t Ieahh a)M t tcalth Services 1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washingt{m, I)C 20036 E-mail:.jglC9 gavis2.chc.gwn.edu 15o£~a m l)ir¢clor: .pdm (baham l*a}; l}kI) A Matter of De~ee: Redocing High-Risk Drinking Among College Studen~ American Medical Associafi{}n Office of Alcohol and Other Subslances 513 North State Chk ago, IL 606 l0 E-mail: r (" ~ard_yoast(q allla-assn.{}~ 1~ gg.m m l)irecto~v Richard A. }ba~l, Mental Health Ser~fces Progrmn for Yontb and Mental Health Services Program for Youth Replication Washington Business Group on Hcahh 777 North Capitol Street, NE Suite 800 Washington. DC 20002 E-mail: cngland~~d}gh.com I }ro,qn'a m Di~*'ctor: 3 la; 5.]a t;; l£;;gla, d, 3 ID Minority Medical Education Program Ass{)ciafion (}f Ame~ ican \ledical Colleges l)i~ision o{ (:()nmltmitv Min(u ity PI 2 13(} Norlh SHcet, NW Washing:o::. 1)(: 20037-1127 l 'r.,v~ a m tle)hcrt IV k';d,'cns, Minority Medical FaculD' Development Program t733 I~,ctht",{la ..\x enue Suite 350 l~ethesda, MI) 2()Sl-t E-mail: mu d{'rx (" g~ i~2.{ i~ c.g~vu.edu 7::..'~ R. G:a'i*i. III, The National Center for "Ik)l)acc()-l:ree Kids 1707 l, St:cct. NW Suite I t 71/ia m l)..X'm New Jersey IIeahh Initiatives I h'ahh P.c>carch and 760 Alexan<ler R, )ad, ( 2N I l'vin{et{m, ~J E-mail: l>ci:zc, njha.com Old Disease, New Challenge: Tuberculosis in the 1990s LTnivcrsit~ ~t {2alif{~i nia, of Medicine Dixisi()n of Puhn{ )n;u' v Critical Care Mcdi{ ine Campus Box OS-t 1 San F~ ancis{ o, {2A 9 t 143-08-t 1 E-nmil: tillup¢~ i:sa.ta /Yo,&~.,t l)i)¢cto) :
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Nationa~ Program Offices and Directors Opening Doors: A Program to Reduce Sociocultural Barriers to Health Care George Washington University Medical Center 1001 22nd Street, NW Suite 810 Washington, DC 20037 E-mail: tchap56939~.aol.com t5og'ra m Director: Thomas ~ Ch@man, FACILE Partners in Care,givlng: The Dementia Ser~fices Program Wake Forest University The Bowmall Gray Sct~ool of Medicine Depamment of Psx chiatrv and Behavioral Medici~e Medical Center Boulevard Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1087 E-mail: brciflcr~ bgsm.edt~ Pro2"mm ])m,clor: Burlo~ V. Reifl¢~; MD, MPII Partnerships for Training: Regional Education Systems for Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse-MidMves, and Physician Assistants Association of Academic Hcahb Comers 1400 16th Street, Suite 720 Washington, DC E-mail: jcjoh ns<~ g~vis2.circ.gwu.cd Prr@a m 1)ir,'cto~ : Practice Sights: State Pritnary Care Development Strategies North Carolina Foundation for Ahcrnative Heahh Programs Inc, PO Box 102t5 Raleigh, NC 28605 150g~a m Direclor: Program to Address Socio- cultural Barriers to Health Care in Hispanic Communities National Coalition of Hispanic Heahh and Human Services Organizations 15111 16tb S~rect, NW Washington, DC 2003~1401 E-mail: adolphfat~gaot.com Progmm Direclor: Adolph P Falcon Program to Promote Long-Term Care Insm'ance for the Elderly t:~ivcrsitv of Maryland Center 6n Aging IIHP Building, Room 1240 College Park, ,kiD 20742-2611 E-mail: mm56@umail.umd.edu Pr0£ra m Di~*'ctotv Mark R. MeineB, f'hD Project 3000 by 2000-- Health Professions Partnership Initiative Association of American Medical Colleges DMsiori of Communiw and MinoriW Programs 2450 North Slrect, NW Washington, DC 20037-1127 E-mail: bwnickens@aamc.org Pr%~m m Din, ctor: HerN'rt IV Nic~ens, MI) Reach Out: Physicians' Initiative to Expand Care to Underserved Americans Mcinorial Hospital 111 grewster Strcel, Wood 5 Pawtncket, RI 02860 E-mail: h_scott¢~ twown.edu t5oA~am Directory tL l)c.man Scott, M1), MIVt Reducing Underage Drinking Through Coalitions American Mealiea[ Association Office of Alcohol ;rod Other Substances 515 North State Street Chicago, 11. 60610 K-mail: tS*wam Dir,'clo~: Hicha~U A. }bast, Research Network Initiative on the Etiology of Tobacco Dependence I'nivc~ sits' of Ken tuckv Center t~r Prevcnti{m Research 1151 Red Mile Road Suite 1A Lexington, KY40501 Pr,4¢~ra m Di recto~ : Hichard I{. Clayton, PhD Scholars in tIealth Policy Research Program Boston Uni~ersiB School ot Managemen} 595 Commonwcahh Avcmw Room 54{~F Boston, MA 02215 E-mail: ab{ohen~ bu.cdu Abm 11. D)he,, Sd) Self-Determination for Persons Mth Developmental Disabilities Institute on Disability/UAP 10 Ferry Street, Unit 14 Concord, NH 03301-5019 E-mail: dshmnwa>'~ hopper.unh.edu met ney~ hopper.un h.edu t'r%~am Co Director~: Dmmld L. Shumway, TDoma~ O. A~rmw Service Credit Banking in Managed Care University of Maryland Center on Aging I 1HP Building, Room 1240 College Park, MD 20742-2611 E-mail: mm56@umail.umd.edu tSogor~m Directory Mark t?. Mei~wr~, PDD Smoke-Free Families: Innovations to Stop Smoking During and Beyond Pregamncy University of Alabanaa at Birmingham School of Medicine Dc[}arm~en/of Obsletrics and (;ynecologT ()M I filhnan Bttil{lil~g, Room 560 BMningham, AI, 35233-733<3 E-nlail: pwhitesi.civitan{6 ci~ nlail.cir{:.uab.e{hi l>t%r~a m ])i~eclor: lTobcrt L. (;olde,b¢~,¢, Aft) Smokeless States: Statewide Tobacco Prevention and Control Initiatives Aincricail M{'dicaI Association Division of Preventive Medicine and Public tfcahh 5lB Xovth State Strec, I Chicagi}, II. 606 I0 ])#o,7"#?lm [)i#7'(tor." 77~0ma~- P. tlou ston, MD Stale Initiatives in Health Care Reform Alpha Center tbr tteahh Plannilag. lnc. 1350 Connecticut A~cnue, NW Suhe 1 Washington, I){22003{M 701 1.2-mail: hchns~:a{ .org Wcbsiic: l~ro,~am l)m,clor: /12 David H,lm~, PhD State hfitiatlves in Long-Term Care Umvcrsily of Mar,vland Center on Aging t IHI' Building,, Room 1240 College Park, MD 20742-261 l E-mail: nun5{)~; umail.umd.edu l}rog~am D/rector: Mark R. Mdners, Pld) Strengthening the Patient- Provider Relationship in a Changing Health Care Environment Initiative University of Califorlaia, San Francisco School {}£" Medicine 521 Parnasstls Avert tic Suite C-126 Box 0903 Sao Francisco, {2-X 94143-0903 E-mail: bet nie@itsa.ucsf.cdu lh%r~ a m Director: th>r, ard Lo, MD Strengthening the Safety Net: The Medicaid Managed Care Program (]enter for Hcahh Care Stralegies, Inc. 353 Nassau Street Prin{:eton, NJ 08540 E-mail: sas@chcs.org Wcbsitc: w~v.cbcs.org Program Director: ,St@hen A. Some~s, PhD Substance Abuse Policy Research Program l)elxtrtlnent of Public Heahh Sciences Wake Forest University qb(' Bowman Gray Scfi(}ol o[ Medicine Medical (}claret" Bottlcvard Willston-Salcln, Y(] 27157-1 ()63 E-mail: altman(0 lC.l)hs.lNsm.edu l>mAva m Di*rctor: David G. Altma., Turuing Point: Collaborating for a New Century in Public t Iealfl~ Unixersit) {}f VCashil]gton Scho{}l oI t)ublic Hcahh and Conlniunity Medicine 6 Nickerson Suite 300 Seattle, WA 98109-1618 E-mail: g(}men n(0 u.washington.edu l %£r a m Gilbert S. Ome, n, MD, PhD ~,brkers' Compensation Health Initiative Ui]ivcrsitv of Massachusetts Me{ticai Center Occupational and l{nviroll uwn ta] tt{,ald] Proglm]~ [){'pai'tmei~t {]{" Family and ColilintuliB Mcdicihe 55 l,akc A~m~uc North ~%brc{'stcr, MA (}1655 F-mail: ja?.himnwlslein~ banyan. ummed.edu l>rog~'a m 1)Drcto~v ,[ay S. llimmdstein, M1), MPlt The programs listed below are administered internally by Foundation staff, wlth the rc- spousible officer in parentheses. Generalist Provider Research Initiative (Belh A. Sterens, Preparing Physicians for the Future: A Program in Medical Education (Ru&.' 17 lh'arn, Phi))
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Grant Application Guidelines The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation--aprivate, independent philanthropy, not connected with any corporation~has had a single objective since becoming a national philanthropy in 1972: to improve the health and health care of all Americans. Within that context, we make grants toward three goal areas: • to assure that all Americans have access to basic health care at reasonable cost; • to improve the way services are organized and provided to people with chronic health conditions; and • to promote health and reduce the personal, social, and economic harm caused by substance abuse--tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs. Within all lhrce goal areas, the Foundation fimds pr~ects ofmany, types including,, ser- vice demonstrations, gathering and moni- toring health-related statistics, training and tellowship programs, policy anal)sis, health services research, technical assislance, pub- lic education, commtm~cations aclix{ties, and evaluations. Thc Foundation awards grants i~l two ways: • through competitive national programs, in which wc issue a call for proposals or other invitatiom~l allllOtmCelllClllS. The calls t~n proposals describe the problem to be addressed, what proposals should include, who is eligible to apply, how the selection process will work, and how to apply. " to applicants seeking funding fin" unso- licited pro~ects. Grants R~r these prq~cc~s are made throughout the year. There are no specific application tbrms or dcadlines. HOW TO APPLY ~1~) apply to one of our competitive national programs, you must consult the Foundatiol~'S call for proposals for that program. To find out if there are programs in areas of your in terests, you can consuh our quarterly pub- lication, AI)E4.UCI~S, or our World Wide site To apply for funding for a project origi- nating from your work, we ask that you sub- mita preliminary letter of inquiry, not a fully developed proposal. Once received, your letter will be examined to determine whether the proposed prqjcct falls sttfiicicmly within our program guidelines and current priorities that it can bc considered. If not, you will be notified promptly. First-Stage Review: Letter of lnquiry Pl,,asejbllou, these i~tructiom The let ter of inquiry should be on your stitution's letterhead, should not exceed five typed pages, and should be organized as follows: • Executive StlllllilaQ' • Background • a brief description of the l~roblem you propose to address, including evidence of its importance •Projcct description • state the prqject's principal ol~jectives and expected outcomes • describe the components of the proposed intervention or~tbr research projects~the methodology, • provide a timetable • describe how the project's results will be disseminated
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Grant App! cation Guidelines • discuss the project's risks and limitations • estimate the project's costs, ov attach a budget as an appendix • discuss the qualifications of the pro- posed institution and tl~e project's principal personnel [o implement the project • other important issues not covered abov~ Second-Stage Review: Application If your letter of inquiry is acceptcd, you will be invited to submit a complete applica- ficm. A packe[ of forms and insn-uctions will bc sent to you m help you in dfis process. ~m will bc asked for additional proposal inlbr- mation, adetailedhudgcIandl)ud(~elm, nar- ralivc, and supl)orting (h)cumentalion. The program officer assigned to your proposal will bcc~)mc thoroughl} tamiliar with your proposal and conduct a prcliminar)review ofxour completed apl)Iicafion, ~fften with ~l~e hell) of o~ her meinbcrs of the prOgTam staff and s()mctimcs with outside collsultants. gpically, ~c have scvcml hun(hcd pr~posals lll](lel- lcviexv at aHV {)llC' time, so this pioccss of int} wmation-~athcring and p~ climinary re- xicw gCllCIall}r lasts two to three months, but if we need additional information, il max take hmgct, . Feel hce lo COlllaC[ }'()ill" plO~-lalil otficcr at any poin: ~) check on yore prqjcct's staltls. O[tclt, (huing the review process, we find du~t the Foundation will not fund a pro- .icct after all: if so, xou will be notiticd. Third-Stag~Reuiew: DedsionProces~ Once your proposal has bccn reviewed by your program officer, it will be considered by one or n:orc inlernal (lecision-mnking gnoups. These groups help assllre that our total port- fi)lio of grants is boil: high-quality and strate- gic wilh respect to our goals. This phase of the process may rake several weeks, depend- ing on the complexity of any questions that arc raised. Finally, major projects will be reviewed by our Trustees at one of their quar- terly meetings. Again, if we decide at any of these steps that the Foundation cannot sup- port your project, you will be notified. If your proposal is approved, you will receive a for- real written notification. LIMITATIONS In general, the Foundation gives preference to applicants that are public agencies or are tax-exempt nndev Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and are not private foundations as defined under Section 509 (a). 7)pcs of pr(:jects we oh) NOT fund: • ongoing general operating expenses or existing deficits • endowment or capital costs • hasic biomedical research • research on drug therapies or devices • international programs and institutions • direct support of individnals • h)bhying ~t any kind In addition, we rarely make grants for 1 )contk'rcnccs or symposia unless they arc clearly related ~o the Fotmdation's goals or 2) publications or media prqjccts, except thosc that are all otttgrowth of ott0 ofotu gram programs. WHERE TO WRITE To submit a letter of inquiry, write to: Edwant H. Robbi~,s Dbvcto~; ()j/~( ¢ q[Pmpo,sal 3Ia~mgeme*~t Tke l¢obert lU)od.]ohnson l'bumtalim~ PO Box 2316 l)d~.eto,~, A] 08543-2316 Becanse we require that a letter of inquiry be submitted on vonr institution's letterhead, please do not submit it by e-mail or fax. I Iowcver, if you would like to contact the pro- posal management office with queries, you may do so by e-mail: mail@nufo~g
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Materials Avail:able The Foundation publishes ADVANCES, a quarterly publication reporting on the people, programs, and priorities of the Foundation. To receive ADVANCES, send your name and address to: Editor, ADVANCES, at the address below. • The Foundation also makes available~free-of-charge--publications and/or videos that describe the progress and out- comes of some of the programs assisted by the Foundation or explore areas of interest to the Foundation. Titles issued in 1996: • A Researcher's Guide to Effi'ctive Dissemit~atim~ q/-PoIiq>Rdated ResearHt (technical assistance guide) * A,sse,~sit~g the Chicag~ th,alth Polic~ Re,~earch Coumil and the l'Msihili(~' ~/D~,elopi~,~ ltealth PollU Re~earch Centers (report) " Ckronic Care in America: A 21si Cettlut3' C/mllenge (chartbook) , Coverittg Itcalth gate: A ~v R@ortet:s Missing tke Beat ? (special supplement to * Last Acts, Catvattd Caring al :f~e End Of Lift:': A Straleg)'for Cha~gre (report based on the Fotmdation's Last Acks conDrence , Last Acts, Ca~> and Cari,~g at tt~e E~M (quarterly newsletter for the Foundation's Last Acts pr(~ject) • Pe~:s]aectives: Malpractice Law Evolves Ureter Managed Care (report for the Foundation's ttea#h Ca~e Pe~:~/wctiver series) Address requests to: Com,z u n icatio~s OJfice The Robert lIbodJok~tson Fou,~datio~ Post OJfice Box 2 ~16 Princeton,, A'ewJersey 08543-2316 Many Foundation publications and resources are available on the Foundation's World Wide Web site: www. nufo~g Publication requests may he sent via e-mail to: pub/i,atiot, AD1 i~tNCJfS requests may be sent via e-mail to: ADI~NCES@rz~jfo,g
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Index to National an d Gran te e s Programs A AM{P Foundation ............................. 40 Ab~ohnelv Positive + lnc ..................... 40 AcadcnB of Medicine of NewJersc}. ....................................... 55 ACCORD ............................................. 40 Addressing Tobacco Within Managed Care Oxganizations ......... Adult Cme Services, lnc ..................... .10 AIDS Communitx Services of Wcstm New3brk. Inc .................................. AIDS lntc~ faid~ Network (New ttaxcn, CT) ............................ 40 AIDS lutertaith NcB~o~k ot S ~vatmah lnc .................................................... .t0 AIDS National AIDS ~illtLllt{+t+lS Ot lexington ln¢ ................................. 40 Self-Help Netx~ork, lnc ................. Alt>ed P. 81oatl Foundation ............... 30 Alixc 1 lospi< e. Inc ............................... 40 All Kids Count: and FolhB~-up SVbtt'IIIS ............ Allegt~cnx Utti~ t'r~iB The Alliance for tlcalth Retorm ............................... 57 Alhna Health Nxstem ....................... Al+B~ius tlome Inc ............................ 40 Alpha Ccntci t6i }lrahh PlanlfiNg, Inc ........... 3 I+ 53, Al/hcimc+ 's Disease and Related {heal~.l Miami (;hapler. ................. (heater ~Va+hhlgtott,D(~ Chapter .,AO Mid-Willamctte Chapw+ ................ 41 Not thc~ n NewJersc~ C]+apter . ...... 59 Pediatrics+ [llC ......................... ( k>llegcs ol Nursing ......................... 35 Ame+ ican Association X~i>t ld Heahh, Ine ........................... 34 American Bar A+~ociation Fund tot Justi¢e and Education ..................... American Cancer Socict?, lnc Georgia Division, lnc ....................... 51 American College ot Occttpati<)nal at+d Em it onmental Medicine ................ American Communications Foundation ...................................... 57 Amcricau Dental Association Health Foundation ..................................... 40 American Enter pt ise Institute fo+ Public Polic} Research .................... 34 Ot egon Atfiliate, I nc ....................... 31 Amct ican ltmg Association ............... Amelican Medical Association., 22.34, 48, 49, 5(i, 5 t. 52 Amvrican Political NcB~rk. Inc ........ 56 Amc~ ican Public t tealth Association American SocieB of Addiction Medicine, Inc.' ................................. 48 Amerka's Pt omi~e ................... 34, 39, 78 Annenbcrg Center fi)t 1 lealth S( if'noes at Eisclt[lO~t'l .................. An} gab} CaN, lnc ............................... Apoyo Em presto ial pat a la thmmn Sc~xi~es ............................. 16 The &mold (;old Foundation ........... 53 The A~pcn Institute. lnc ................... 3 A~l)it'a luc. (~{ Puc~to Rico ....... 4N, 50, 55 Associated Catholic Chamics o{ Eaq Tcilllt'Ssce. [llC ....................... 41 (2.ntm s, Inc ............................... 3S, 55 Public I [calth lll¢. ..........................57 DiJc( tot~ o~ t {('ahh lh +)n/otiotl and l)ltbiit tlcahh l'clu(atitm ......... 55 Atldm;t It~lerfilith AIDS Nctxxot k htt, ..........................40 AIIC[ll~)~)ll ~I ('d (7ommtmitx AZI tl 1A Edu(ati+m Fotmdation ......... 3 B Ba~ ksdah' Ballard &" Co ....................... 47 ILtuettc Mctu(+/ial Institute ................. 52 Ba+ Area Health Milaisuics ................. 34 Ba}to: CMlege ot Medicine ................ 37 Ba~xicw I hinters Point NcB~ovk Hdc~s Inc. ........................................ 41 Bea~ct head (MT), (k)mm Ba~ re)t Memo) ial l losp'iml .............. Benedictin(' Nursing Ccntc~. ............ 40 Besl Friends Founda0on .................... 57 Bethan~ Ltltheran Chu)ch ................. 41 Bethlehem Lutheran ([hutch ............ -t Blue Valley (k)mnmnit~ Action lh< .............. [ ........................ 41 Boston L'ni~ct sitx Medical Ccntc~ , ............................... 34 School (d Managemem ................... 54 S( hool ot Pnhlic 1 lcahh ...... 34.48, 53 The Bo~lc Counlv Semor Ckm'u~, lnc ......................... 4l Brattdcis (Ttfiversit}+ Fl(+retlcc t {citer Graduate Schoul fro Advanced Studies in So¢ ial WelE~re .................................. 30, 3 t, 40 Brigham and Women's Honpital ........ 53 The Brooklxn Hospital Center . ........ 41 Bro++ n Unix et'si~. ................................ 51 Center f(}t (;erontologB & I lealth ( 2~re Research ................................. 40 Building ttealth S~stcms for Peoplc ~itl~ (~hr~+nic lllness6s ............................. Bill li(+ss (~Otlllllttlli{ ;lliOllq .................. C ([;ditiwnia Pacifit Me{h{ :d ([croci FouN(l;lliOll ................................... 4I {:atift}rnia Pttblic I Icahh FOtULdatiot+ ....................51+ 53 Calilot ilia, State oil I Icahh and Wclfiu c Ag{mcx . .............................. 54 { :;mct'r Scr~i{cs. In(. .......................... .I 1 Capital AHm Training F{}~mdalion ...34 ( 2~pital ( ;(m~ulting ( 2orp, }~ atJ<}n ........ The {2art(.r Center. h~( ........... ~2.34. (2>e ~%2'st{'~ t~ Rt'ser~e Unis{'tsitv School ol Mc{li~ ine ................ ~ ........ 35 Catalina tlclping 1 ~:mds ................... 41 ( 2111 holic { ;haiitic~ (Bullah~, ~Y) .................................. Ca[boil{ {;hafiiic~ ,lll{I (7oiiiiiililiilx ~t'l% ]c't'~ ~Ol t!l{'i tl t{2()} ................. .t/ Tht' Ca!h(}lic Chalitic~ ot Ih{, Diocese M~kim:] .......................................... .i / (Ea~ Bi tii/~i~ k, ~J) ....................... ,]9 (2alholi( (]h,it'ilit>s ol ttanlpt(>n R<lad~. Inc .................................................... -t I (]atholi¢ Charities. Inc (Fori WordL TX) ............................ {2ltholi¢ (]hariiies I~o~ Angeles, Inc. ........................... t 1 {2,1[h{}1i£ ({haritics (Pitt~bulgh, PA) ............................... 41 Catholic Charities (Santa Rosa Dio(ese) ....................... 44 (:atholic (]hat'itie~ of thc Sottthcrlt Tict (Ehni~a. N~) ..................................... 41 (~aiholic Famil~ Sc~ ~i~ e, h*c ............... 41 Catholic Huma~ Serxiccs ................. 41 ( :eclats-Sinai Mcdi~ al Centci .............. Ccna~le Retreal House ....................... 55 (~en ter for the Advancemcn t of 1 lealth .............................................. Ccntc~ for Ilealth Economics Rcsca~ch. Inc. ................................. 51 The Cen~er tbl ltcahh and Social Polic~ .................................... 60 (~enlc~ ~oi Media Education .............. Tlic Center St hool (ttighland Park. NJ) .......................
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Index to National Programs and Grantees (:enter t6r Scienl c in the Publi{ hll{q cst ................................. Center tbr Strategic Comnml;icatioz~_s, lnc .................................................... 56 Centez foJ Slttd~mg Hcahh S~slem Change ............................. 8, 19, 22, 60 Central Council of the "I lmgit & Haida ludian THbes ................................... 49 Central Oregon (;otmcil Aging, lnc ........................................41 (:el eht al I)aM of Mim]esota 2 ...................................... 41 {~hauges in I leahh {2ue Financing and O~gauizali{m ................ The Charles Alhert Tindlev CommuniB l)eveh)i)ment Corporation ............. 4 Chattanooga C.A.R.E.S. In( ............... 41 (2hmenne Rixer SiouxTdbe of the Cfwvenne Rive~ Reservation ........... 49 Chi( ago Hcahh {~{}nuccti{m .............. {~hildren Nm, .............................. 21, Thc ChildH'u's ~(2.1undm~. ()tt~ ............................ 41 (~hiM)cn'n l h)spilal M('di~ al ( ((iminl~ali. OIU<)) .......................... 35 ChiM)cu'~ tlu~pital olPittshm~h ...... 3S ( :h ihh eu's Rc~eal (:h ildt eH "s Si)e~ ialWcd F.uttdad,m lm ......................... 59 (ihlppcx+a ( ott~tB (~hri>tiaJ) As~)ciate~ ot'S<)tttlB~CM (:hi i~li:t]t~ United Outt cat h (2'tiler ...d I {~IH Ullit" (~ill t' hfitiatix cn lIMOs ......... "t lie (~hHt( h ()t tilt' (~htuch lh'ahh (~c~]t(') +)I Memphis Im ........................................ 3S Clill(~tt t h'i~ht~ Yei~hl>+)~ hood (:linkal S¢ h+>la)~ lhogram , 6.57.74.7S (2)llcagttt ~ iH( a)iHg: Rc~ion;tl (ioHa[)()l ;lilt t's ~Vo) k Foist I)t~¢'lol;met~t ...3t-35.78 (oilier NhDex~tIealth lh,m+otion (~o,llitioB, Itlc .......... 41 Color ado, .State Depattntcnt ol Ilealth Catc Politx aod Fiuancing ................................. 59 ( :olumbia Unix c~siB .................... I 1,53 The Nati()nal Ccntct on Addit tiou School <d Nursing ................... 35. S< h<+oI ol Puhlic Hcahh ............ 35, 48 1~+:t¢ he+ s College. ............................ 51 Coming ttome: De~elupment ol Rtllld Projects ................... 39.47.54.56, 60 (?onlmtlnil} Anti-I): ug Coalitions (hmmmnitx gamil~ Life Scrxice. Inc.-tl (kmmmni)x th'ahh I.a~ Pmjc(t ..... t0 (hmmtunitx ttcalth I cadctship lh ogram ............................ 6.57, 78 (+ommtmit? Pa+melship fl)z Child Development .................................. 48 (~(>mnlunit} Snap,;hots Project ............. 8 (2)too Park I_i~ mg at florae Block Nurse Program ................................ 41 Compassionate Hands Inc. ................. 41 Compeer, Inc ....................................... 41 (2)mpce~ of North Iowa Inc ............... Concordia I.uthc~an Chinch ............. 41 (2mfcdcrawd Salish & Kootenai "I ribes of the F]a~hcad Rose)xation ............ 49 Contederatcd Tribes of the Reservation ..................................... 49 Conlcdc~ atcd I Ubes of the Warm Springs Rescrxation ~t O~egon ........................................ 49 The C(>ngt ess of National Bla~k Chinches. Inc., Southern Califo~ nia Atfiliate ............................................. 41 Cl)ll[/e( li(ut I +caglw Nm sing Ira. ..................................... 34 {~OIIMIIllUI'S Union of C()I'li IVC, hm'rfldth ( :a~ cgi~ ers ..................................... .11 (~ottagc (;rove (~tmmmniB (:host Ira. .....................~ .................. 41 X~'I IHOI/[, hl(ol pol-atcd ................... 42 The (hmm il on th(' Economic ImpAct ot Health S~Mem (2tlattgc ............... 30 (;oxcmt ~ (Rl).T~n~n ot, ..................... 45 (i~ cixh~,m I ni~er~itx, (S S ()f W,tqttcna~ (:otmtx ............... 41 D Ddlh/-FAlhCl (~dll(CI hlstilule. I)( ( ()HH~/ttIlil~ PJc~cnti<m Dclax~.ut'-Ra~itan GiN S¢<>ut Counci~ l)t'signWrite, Inrorp<)ratcd ................ 60 I)cxch+pmental Opportunities ........... 42 Ihc Di()cc~an Coutwi[, Itxc ............... 1 he Disabilhx Cotmccti<m ................. 42 Disc Village, Inc ................................ 42 I)isscminatitm o~a Model Injury l)rcxt'ttti(m P~ogtatl/ for (~hildr<'n Doll gosco ( onlmul/ity (~etlters ......... 42 I)rew (Charh+s R.) Unite[sit} ot Xhqti( ine and Science ..................... D) ug SHategies ................................... Duke Univetsitx, Medical Center 53. Duqttc<ne ['n+ver~itv, .......................... E [-2u th Cauc NIinisHx ((~()ll}Cf% (;A).,..42 Earth Care NIimstt ? (OxfoH[, EaM B,B {2ollcge of Nursing ............... East{q Seal Societx fi~r Disabled {~hil{heu aud Adults Inc ................. 42 The Eas~er Seal SocicB of New Jersey, Inc., Raritan Valley Workshop ........ 55 Easter n Band {>f Chc~ okee Indians of North Carolina ................................ 49 h~stimte ............................................ 53 Ecumenical MinisN its of ()z {+gon ...... 50 Edgewood { ~hildren's Center ............. 35 Center. luc ..................... 25, 28, 4{}, .t8 Educational Broadcasting {h}~ po~ atiou ............................... 40, 48 l"l Paso F{>untah~ Xkdley Nenior (2iti~ens fh{Nram ................. Elc{ t~ i{ al Ezn pkB ez s S{'ll21nsurance SateB PIal/ ....................................... 8-t S{ h0ol {}t Mcdi{ine ......................... 37 Enal)lc Inc ....................................... ~h ic { 2{}utm Nh+dical Ccntcr ............... 58 F Faith in ActiOtl: RcpIi{:uion of the Intct laith Vo]m~tc{'~ Pr<)~lan~ ....................I~. 20, 40-46, 78 FaHh in A{tiou Not tlB~ c,t Flot ida Inc. .................... I-aith iu Nclxin~ Hmnanitx Inc ........... 42 Fall RBc~, Dio~ vsc ot, Oltice ~d AIDS NIini~t~ ~. Inc ..................................... 42 Iamil3 (~al-c lnte~ national+ hit .......... 57 F,tmil~ F~ ie[td~ ol E:~>rer]] Nebraska ..42 Fatnilx Voi~ es ................................. 46 FightiuM Ba{ k: ConmmLfit} lniliames to Reduce Demand f~)[ Illegal D[ and Mc~,h.I ........... 28.4S. 3~. 75.78 Film {mtcd Mcth,)di~t (~hurch ......... Hciqmt~m-I lilt,u d, hw, ...................... 47 P lot ida ( :ommis~ion or1 Aging with lliRHitx, lm ................................ 25, .t6 l:h~ ida I le,dth~ Kids Cot po~ ati~m .....36 Allai~ ~ .............................................. 16 l'hc Fh~ida Ntatc Uni~etsit~ Rcseauch l+~undatiotL h~c ............................. F{)ttudatit}tt fi)t Health ( 2~rc l:va]uation ............................ Fotm{lation fl)t N(J~,j~'t ~('~ I)td}lic B~ oa{tcasting, Inc ............................ 57 F()ut~da)ion fl)r State LegMatures ...... 50 F{mndalion {>f lh{' ( "nix ersitx of Mcdi{inc and Dcntisu~ of New.lcls~J~ ................... ~ ........ I)~ {'sb~ tot i;m (~hurch ....................... 4~ Framis ) h}ttsc It~c .............................. 4~ FrankIord (;rotLp Ministr~ Inc ............ Ft anKIin Memorial PI ima~ ~ I lea]th Ccntc~ .............................................. ]2Tee to (;F{IW: I lead S[aI[ Parmerships Comilmnitics ............................. F~cedom Foundation of New.Jersey lnc ................................ 57 F~ien{Is IH Ncc{l Iu{. ........................... Friendship Hatch In(. ........................ 42 Fzi~mdship, hw .................................. 42 Full {£i~ tie: AIDS th~spi(e Suppo~ t ....42 The Fund |or NewJersc?, .................... 35 Fundcrs Concet ned About AIDS Inc .......................................... G G. T. Services, Incorporated ............... 42 The Gabriel Foundation Inc .............. 42 The General l lospital Corporation~ Massa{ husetts General I Iospital .....37 General PM sits Corpo~ ation ............. 47 (;ene~alist Physician Faculty Scholars Program ..........................' ........... 35, 79 (;eneralist Physician Initiative ...... 35, 79 Gcncralist P~Bider Research Initiative ................ 35-36, 80 Genesis Counseling Center lnc ......... George Washington Universi~ ........................ 36, 46, 51, 57 Cemer Mr 1 [ealth l'olic~ Research .......................... 21,53 MediCal Center . ................... 37+ 51,55 Georgetmvn Universi~' Medi~ al Center .......................... 35.36 Sd~ooI of Mcdi~ iue .................... 35, 53 Schoot ot Nm sing ............................ 3.t Gila Moutmdn United Methodist Chtt~ h ............................................. Girl S~ outs of th~J United State~ America ............................................ 49 Good Ground F~ttl (;ospel Fellowship Ministries ......................................... 4~ Good Neighbor Services Fou~dation ...................................... 4~ Good Samaritan P~ ojcct ..................... 42 (~{}%{q IIOTN ]nstit/lte OI1 Alcohot arid SuhMan{ c tt}use Inc ....................... G{}%Ol-llor~ Pa] [i]ei ship to Protect (2)1/Ilecticut's Work For( c In{ ........ 50 The Greater Baton Rouge Fcde~ati~m ~ff Churches and S}nagogucs Iuc...42 (;t eatm Clcx e]and Hospital Association ....................................... 36 Fomtdati~m ................................. ..36 (heater Ne~ ~b~ k th~pital Foundation, Inc ............................... 36 {;~ oup Itealth {M~>peratixe ~t Puget Sound .............................. t6. t7 G~oup l lealth Foundation ................. &dhna~tin, Nau{e. ............................ H Harvard Pilgrim ltcalth Care, Inc ......................... 36.46 tta~ ~a~{t Uuiw'rsiw I_aw School ....... 2 ............................... Medical School ........... 3(}. 35, 3g, 49, 51,53, 57 S¢ hool of Demal Medidnc ............. 57 School of Puhlic Heahh ....................... 28, 36, 49, 51.57 1 large} j+ Weiss and Associates Ine ..... t9 Hastings Famil> Set vice ...................... 42 t layes, Domenici & Asso{ iates ............ 52 Ha~vood C{muty Council {m Aging A2 Heahh Care Access Network .............. 38 lh'ahh Education Inc ......................... Health & tfuman Services, Department of ................................. 35 ftealth Partners of Philadelphia, hu. ............................ 59 I lealth Policy FellowshiI~s Program ............ 57-58.79 t Icahh of the Ptd}lic: An Acadeinic Chalh+nge ................. 79
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