North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) - Division of Public Health (DPH) - Women’s and Children’s Health Section, Children and Youth Branch
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Grants to North Carolina private or public nonprofit medical centers to promote the use of prenatal screening services for underserved women. Funding is intended to provide screening services, educate doctors, and interpret lab results. The purpose of funding to increase access to screening tests for underserved and low-income residents and to reduce neonatal mortality and the incidence of chronic handicapping conditions.
The purpose of this Request for Applications is to identify contractor(s) who can provide access to maternal serum screening to indigent pregnant women in North Carolina in order to identify at-risk infants with neural tube defects, Down syndrome and trisomy 18; to educate physicians and other health care providers about this program and about the importance of screening; to accurately interpret lab results to physicians so that they can discuss counseling options with patients; and to provide additional types of testing to the pregnant woman if indicated by the first test result. The contractor(s) may apply to provide maternal screening services to indigent women living within a specific geographic region of the state (such as the eastern or western region) and/or across the entire state.
For Scope of Services, see: https://publichealth.nc.gov/wch/doc/rfa372/RFA-A372-v2.pdf#page=6.
Populations served are women who meet federally developed guidelines as low income. Medicaid and health insurance reimbursements for services on their fee schedule are considered payment in full. Division of Public Health funds will only cover services with no other reimbursement mechanism.
The funds will be allocated to the successful applicant(s) based on need, population service area and the number of units of service that the applicant is provided based on data from fiscal year June 2018 - May 2019 data and cost per unit.
GrantWatch ID#: 138960
The funding period for the contract will be awarded through this RFA beginning on June 1, 2020 – May 31, 2021 with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, pending availability of state funds.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Inquiries about this RFA should be directed to:
Lara Percenti, email@example.com, 919-707-5634
RFA # A-372
USA: North Carolina
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