CMS Health Care Innovation Challenge Award Date Approaching

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The CMS Health Care Innovation Challenge will be awarding $1 million to $30 million for a three-year period to organizations that propose innovative health care solutions aimed to:
  1. Engage a broad set of innovation partners to identify and test new care delivery and payment models that originate in the field and that produce better care, better health, and reduced cost through improvement for identified target populations.
  2. Identify new models of workforce development and deployment and related training and education that support new models either directly or through new infrastructure activities.
  3. Support innovators who can rapidly deploy care improvement models (within six months of award) through new ventures or expansion of existing efforts to new populations of patients, in conjunction (where possible) with other public and private sector partners.
The anticipated award date is March 30, so stay tuned! For more information about the CMS Innovation Challenge, click here.

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Dr. Kim holds a bachelor of science in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a doctorate of medicine from the University of Arkansas College of Medicine, and a master of public health from the University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Public Health.
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