Quality Health Foundation to Fund Quality Improvement Projects

Quality Health Foundation, the charitable branch of Quality Health Strategies, has awarded grants totaling $366,000 to ten organizations in Maryland and Washington, D.C., to support local healthcare-related quality improvement efforts.


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Funding decisions for the 2012-2013 grants, which range from $20,000 to $50,000, were determined by a project's potential to impact access to quality healthcare and human services, particularly among underserved populations. This year's awardees were selected from approximately 80 charitable, not-for-profit applicants. The awardees include Shepherd's Clinic, University of Maryland Medical System Foundation and Access Carroll.

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