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Network Planning Technical Assistance Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Brad Gibbens
01:31:58
Looking forward to the TA discussion, thank you.
Sue Collier, Patient Centered Innovation, Inc.
01:33:30
Thank you for providing this webinar.
Karen Nichols
01:47:09
What if the EIN covers both rural and non-rural areas? And they have clinics in both rural and non-rural areas?
Porsha Stuckey
01:50:09
Apologies, but where is the NOFO?
Dan Hardesty
01:53:00
https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/search-grants.html?keywords=network%20development%20planningClick on package, then preview, and download instructions
Shannan
02:01:34
is there a budget restriction for % of award allocated to salaries?
Karen Nichols
02:03:24
Are they considered rural?
Shannan
02:03:53
can one of the EINs be an EMR vendor if the other 2 EINs are in HRSA areas?
Betsy Wheeler
02:03:55
Is there an explicit definition of a "healthcare provider" as one of the 3 required network members? Would a health focused- but non-direct service provider- entity count?
Akanksha Anand
02:04:04
Hi Nkemakolem, Great presentation!
Betsy Wheeler
02:05:13
THANK Y(OU!
Katelyn McGuire
02:06:28
Do network partners have to be located within the same county?
Katelyn McGuire
02:07:40
Thank you!
David Mortimer
02:07:54
Would a network with more diverse members be a stronger application? (As opposed to a network of only rural hospitals.) What are examples (other than hospitals) of what a network member might be?
Judi Rioch
02:07:59
Is this a limited submission, e.g. only one application allowed per EIN?
Kevin Pearce
02:09:03
can the primary care preference be met via improved chronic disease management
Akanksha Anand
02:09:28
I have a question about if the grant could focus on either one of both objectives. Could SUNY faculty members write a grant up with community healthcare providers focusing on mental health of healthcare professionals or health professional shortage areas. For eg. Burnout or need of mental health providers.
Akanksha Anand
02:10:16
Could you please share the powerpoint ?
Betsy Wheeler
02:10:30
Do you anticipate an associated network implementation grant? After planning? Just asking :-)
Dan Hardesty
02:11:38
Is a multiple EIN exception required if an applicant located in an urban area applies and includes a clinic in the network with the same EIN in a rural area? Assuming there are two other organizations with separate EINs
Amber Berrian, FORHP
02:11:44
@ Betsy FORHP funded programs are forecasted on grants.gov
Brad Gibbens
02:11:55
Other partners can be extensive and do not have to be health providers. In a rural area look at including local government (County), an economic development organization or other community organizations that can add lift to the program. But again, 2/3 need to be in rural areas.
Tom Lindsey
02:13:10
Thank you for the information. Appreciate the sessions.
Dan Hardesty
02:13:47
Thank you
Brad Gibbens
02:13:51
I have worked with these grants for years as a SORH. A planning grant can lead to an Outreach or Network Development but does not have to. Also, you do not need to have had a Network Planning to pursue an Outreach or Network Development. But the Planning grant is a very good first step.
David Mortimer
02:14:51
Have any past Network Planning grantees gone on to apply for a HRSA TNGP (Telehealth Network Grant Program)?
Brad Gibbens
02:16:05
Nkem you did a good job. These grants have amazing nuance and some questions really require some thought.
Pam Goodyear
02:16:52
Thank you so much for the great information!
David Mortimer
02:17:01
Thank you, Nkem! Great and helpful webinar. (Is your name incorrect as "Nkem" in the NOFO?)
Ann Morgan - The Heart Network
02:17:02
Thanks so much!
Jenny Barry
02:17:19
Can we request the live transcription from this session?
David Mortimer
02:17:22
: )
Jody Ward- ND
02:17:23
Please where to find HRSA rural definition. confusion with so many rural definitions :)
Jenny Barry
02:17:34
Thank you!
Haile
02:17:58
Thank you Nkem!
Amber Berrian, FORHP
02:18:05
https://www.hrsa.gov/rural-health/about-us/definition/index.html
Jody Ward- ND
02:18:13
thank you!
Amber Berrian, FORHP
02:18:33
https://data.hrsa.gov/tools/rural-health
Craig Cormier
02:18:34
Thank you Nkem and Jillian, this was very helpful! also thank you to my fellow attendees for asking the questions I had :)
Karen Nichols
02:18:35
If we have 3 network members and all 3 cover both rural and non-rural areas, does that meet the 66% requirement?
Tom
02:19:36
We have an existing Pediatric care network in Montana. It we want to expand this network, can you confirm that we could add two or more rural providers to qualify?
Shannan
02:19:54
is there an NDA with these applications? Meaning how private are the details (IP) of each application?
Brad Gibbens
02:20:06
Yes, it is the location. So they would need a rural address. And don't fib it will be checked. :)
Shannan
02:20:27
haha Brad
Tom
02:20:34
Thank you.
Shannan
02:21:13
thank you
Brad Gibbens
02:21:20
Shannon it is like the page limit. It is the first thing looked at when submitted and if over, not reviewed.
Kevin Pearce
02:21:57
is it wise to claim more than one funding preference if applicable?
Shannan
02:22:47
thank you for all of this information! very valuable
Faye Jones
02:23:13
Thank you!!
Sue Collier, Patient Centered Innovation, Inc.
02:23:20
Thank you!
Paige Zelinsky
02:23:24
Thank you!
Rachel Bledsoe
02:23:41
If we have one healthcare facility but service 8 different counties, would this where we have to prove the 66% rule? The main location did not the rural health analyzer requirements
Rachel Bledsoe
02:24:08
did not meet
Rachel Bledsoe
02:25:05
thank you... yes it does.
Rachael FitzGerald
02:27:17
thank you!
jwoods
02:27:17
Thank you Nkem!
David Mortimer
02:27:21
Thank you!