McAllister & Quinn Summary FY22 Budget

Earlier this spring, the President signed into law the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Omnibus Bill that funds the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). FY22 funding levels for the HHS sub-agencies listed below represent some of the most significant funding increases in recent history. McAllister & Quinn strategically identifies Federal spending priorities and trends as they relate to competitive funding opportunities. Annual omnibus bills and budget requests provide crucial insight into Congressional and agency priorities, and this strategic intelligence McAllister & Quinn provides gives our clients a distinct advantage in submitting successful proposals to Federal agencies.

Final Fiscal Year 2022 Funding Levels

AgencyFY22 LevelDifference from FY21
NIH$45 billion+$2.25 billion
HRSA$8.9 billion+$1.4 billion
CDC$8.5 billion+$582 million
SAMHSA$6.5 billion+$530 million
AHRQ$350 million+$12 million

Where the Largest Funding Increases Are

Health Resources and Services Administration (increase of $1.4 billion)

  • +69M for the Behavioral Workforce
  • +50M for Nursing Workforce Development Programs
  • +65M for the Health Centers Program
  • +71M for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
  • +72M for the Bureau of Health Professions
  • +43M for Maternal and Child Health
  • +37M for Rural Health

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (increase of $530 million)

  • +$125M for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Programs
  • +$45.72M for Targeted Capacity Expansion Programs
  • +$16.46M for Pregnant and Post-Partum Women Program
  • +$4.12M for the Minority Fellowship Program

National Institutes of Health (increase of $2.4 billion)

  • NEW: $1 billion for the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H)

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