A ninety-minute archived webinar on CD-ROM
As it turns out, the appropriations picture for FY 2012 is not as bad as many prognosticators originally predicted. In fact, much of the funding authorized by the enactment of the Affordable Care Act remains intact and on track for disbursement this year. That's the good news. The bad news is that election year politics continue fueling partisan divisiveness in Congress capable of disrupting federal funding streams important to the healthcare sector.
In response to this very real threat, the Department of Health & Human Services and other federal agencies this year will try to expedite the release of healthcare-related funding. This means that grantseekers pursuing funding for healthcare-related programs will need to have an edge in order to succeed in 2012. And that is precisely what Finding Federal Funding for Health Programs in Turbulent Times promises to deliver.
Hear veteran grants analyst David Kittross, editor of Community Health Funding Report and Native American Report, and CD Publications' editorial director Jim Rogers, deliver a 90-minute behind-the-scenes intelligence report about what the healthcare sector can expect from federal funders and exactly when to expect it this year.
Our Congressionally-credentialed presenters collectively have more than 50 years of experience in covering and reporting on the federal government. Don't miss this unique opportunity to get from them an insider's perspective on the federal government's game plan for grant disbursements in 2012 and beyond.
Among the topics covered:
- When will federal agencies release their healthcare-related Requests for Proposals?
- How will deficit-reduction impact funding for grants this year and in 2013?
- What likely scenarios will affect grants funding authorized by the Affordable Care Act?
- What role will Community Transformation Grants play in healthcare-related funding?
- How will funding for grants from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention be affected?
- Will grant programs from the Health Resources & Services Administration face elimination?
- Will funding be available from the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration?
These questions answered and more.