What is the mission of Nurse Corps?
Mission Of The NURSE Corps Scholarship Program In Providing Care To Underserved Communities.
What is a HRSA grant?
HRSA fulfills its mission through grants and cooperative agreements. A grant is money, property, or direct help we award to a qualified non-federal entity (NFE). A cooperative agreement is like a grant in that we award money to NFEs. However, we also help with program activities.
Who does the HRSA help?
HRSA programs help those in need of high quality primary health care, people with HIV/AIDS, pregnant women, and mothers. HRSA also supports the training of health professionals, the distribution of providers to areas where they are needed most and improvements in health care delivery.
How do I find my Fqhc?
If you would like to locate a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), HRSA (the Health Resources and Service Administration) has a health center locator tool where you can search for a health center by address, state, or county. FQHCs are in most cities and many rural areas.
Who qualifies for 340B program?
In order to be eligible, the patient must receive health care services other than drugs from the 340B covered entity (although a sole exception exists for patients that are part of an AIDS drug purchasing assistance program that has ties to the government).
What is GPO exclusion?
There is a statutory prohibition against obtaining covered outpatient drugs through a group purchasing organization (GPO) or other group purchasing arrangement for disproportionate share hospitals (DSH), children’s hospitals (PED), and free-standing cancer hospitals (CAN).
What does Hpsa score mean?
HPSA Scores are developed for use by the National Health Service Corps to determine priorities for the assignment of clinicians. Scores range from 1 to 25 for primary care and mental health, 1 to 26 for dental health. The higher the score, the greater the priority.
What are considered underserved populations?
Underserved populations include consumers who share one or more of the following characteristics. Receive fewer health care services. Encounter barriers to accessing primary health care services (e.g., economic, cultural, and/or linguistic). Have a lack of familiarity with the health care delivery system.
Is California medically underserved?
Millions of people live in medically underserved areas across the US….Top 10 States by MUA/Ps and HPSAs designations.
|State Ranking||MUA/P (designations)||HPSA (designations)|
|1||California (214)||California (1,645)|
|2||Texas (204)||Texas (1,125)|
|3||Illinois (176)||Alaska (903)|
|4||Georgia (168)||Missouri (884)|
Is San Diego a medically underserved area?
The service area of SYHC (the southern coastal region of San Diego County extending from National City south to the Mexican Border) has been deemed a primary medical care health professional shortage area (HPSA), also making it a medically underserved area (MUA).
Is San Francisco medically underserved?
Among these five MUACs, San Francisco, California, was the most underserved and ranked in the first percentile across the nation, with an MUAC index score of 33.1, a 51.6% AAPI LEP rate, and a 0.06 P-to-1,000P ratio (approximately 16,600 population per one primary care physician).
Is New Mexico medically underserved?
New Mexico is one of the most rural and medically underserved states in the country. The Health Resources and Services Administration designates all but 1 of New Mexico’s 33 counties as Medically Underserved Areas 3.
How many counties in Mississippi are medically underserved?