Additional Sources for Grants

HIT/HIE Grant/Funding Organizations:



Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Cross Blue Shield – Michigan

Our commitment to the health of Michigan is different from other insurance companies doing business in our state. As a nonprofit health insurer, our mission is to expand access to high quality, affordable health care coverage for everyone. Uniquely positioned to help support community-based initiatives, we're leading Michigan to a healthier future – one community at a time. Many of our efforts focus on children because lifestyle habits are formed at an early age. We're dedicated to curbing childhood obesity in Michigan by educating children about healthy lifestyle choices.




Michigan Health Connect
Michigan Health Connect

Michigan Health Connect (MHC) is a Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) that facilitates and manages Health Information Exchange (HIE) services in the State of Michigan. MHC believes that investments in HIE technologies can deliver significant quality, safety, and efficiency benefits to providers, patients, payors, and communities if those investments are coordinated and focused on delivering incremental, value-added services to participants throughout the healthcare value chain




Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The mission of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is to improve the health and health care of all Americans. Our goal is clear: To help our society transform itself for the better. Through our investments in our grantees, we seek to improve the health and health care of all Americans. In 2010, we awarded approximately $300 million in grants that fell within seven program areas.




Healthcare Grants Info
Healthcare Grants Info

Healthcare Grants Info brings a community of grant seekers together by porividing a feed of the most recent grants avaiable through some of the leading entities in health care and health care grants.




Gilead
Gilead

Gilead considers grant requests from a broad range of organizations. Gilead provides grants primarily to non-profit organizations for activities related to the therapeutic areas in which Gilead has expertise - cystic fibrosis, hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, influenza, pulmonary arterial hypertension and chronic angina. Grants are available to support various types of initiatives such as continuing education programs for healthcare professionals, scientific conferences, patient education programs, the development of health education materials and community activities.