Final installment of a multi-year grant to support the Fruits & Vegetables by Prescription (FVRx) pilot program, as part of the 3-year CDC REACH grant secured by COPE to improve food and nutrition infrastructure on Navajo Nation.
The Rx Foundation has funded efforts to improve the health care system in the United States since 2002. To date, the foundation has awarded over $20M in grants to hospitals, nonprofits, community organizations, and researchers working to solve persistent problems impeding the delivery of safe, high quality, health care to all citizens.
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In support of work to address the poor housing conditions in North Hartford that contribute to extreme health disparities in these neighborhoods, to include developing a scalable process for stabilizing housing, and creating a land trust for preserving affordable housing.
In support of a collaboration with the National Association of Community Health Centers to run a technical learning collaborative, working with nine CHCs to integrate the HumanDx system that helps providers access consultations on complex medical cases.
In support of consumer education and engagement on Medicaid expansion and defense throughout the United States.
Food Uprising! (matching grant)
A matching grant to support the launch of a multimedia project that seeks to educate individuals, families and diverse communities across the country with practical strategies aimed at preventing and reducing the growing prevalence of chronic metabolic diseases.
In support of the mission to preserve and improve access to, and the affordability of, health insurance coverage, with a pledge to match all contributions from new donors and all donations at an amount higher than previous years’ giving from existing donors, up to $100,000.
Final installment of a two-year grant to support a statewide coalition that is committed to aligning care for those with life-limiting illnesses with their goals and values. Deliverables include collecting and analyzing survey data, and mobilizing stakeholder organizations, with goals of catalyzing new initiatives and increasing both consumer and provider awareness of end-of-life care issues.
First year of funding to develop the methodology to examine the contribution of nursing to care delivery outcomes, and to explore how some nurses achieve consistently lower C-section rates.
First installment of a two-year grant in support of a project to develop the tools and protocols for a transitions-of-care program that will serve patients with serious illness who fall outside of the current targets for hospice and palliative care.
One year of support for a collaboration with Community Catalyst to build upon expertise in state and national health care advocacy to create a proactive vision for health and health care in Massachusetts that can become the basis of a broader health justice movement.