Case Study

Rural Health Grants

The McAllister & Quinn Health team was instrumental in helping a medical center client to obtain an $84,928.00 federal grant for Health Network Development Planning. Network Planning Grants promote the development of integrated healthcare networks that have combined the functions of the entities participating in the networks in order strengthen and expand access to essential health care services. The major focus of the Network Planning Grant is to support multiple (at least three) rural health care entities who wish to collaborate and form a health care network. The grant program supports one year of planning to develop and assist health care networks in becoming operational.

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Melissa Unemori Hampe, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at McAllister & Quinn, talks about the rewards of helping clients obtain federal grants that have a major impact on the lives of those in rural, under-served populations.