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List of Regional Medical Programs [by congressional representative and by program]

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  • October 1965 - September 1968
  • Congressional Committee
  • Planning Grants
  • Operational Grants
  • Regional Medical Programs
  • Health Planning Support

Abstract

1.0 D M F TCopy of .ReT7isedGuidel.j.nes —————.—. Februarj719, 1968 DIVISIO1lOF REGIOltALNfEDiCALPROGrtiL3fS D l D I~TRoD~cTIo~ CHAPTER I. HI$TORY TABLE ‘OFCONTENTS PAGE MtD PURPOSESOF REGIONW MEDICW PROGWS II. THE NATUREAh~ POTENTML OF REGIONALMEDICAL PROGWS GOAL - IMPROVEDPATIENT CARE MEANS - THE PROCESS OF REGIONALIZATION Involvement Identificationof Needs zna Opportunities ~sessment of Resources .— Definitionof Objectives SettinQof Priorities —— Implementation Evaluation Criteria- Evaluationof RepionalMeQical Programs — 111. GWNT POLICIES ELIGIBLEAPPLICANT WPES OF GRANTS Plan- Qerational THE REGIONALADVISORY GROUP ASSURANCES General Responsibilities General Assurances ELIGIBLEACTIVITIES CategoricalEmphasis gore Support ‘- Research —— Demonstrationsof Patient Care Trainingand ContinuingEducation SystemsAnalysis — Communicationand Public Information —— 3 a a a 10 11 11 12 12 12 13 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 17 L7 17 19 19 19 19 { 20 20 20 20 . ,* CHAPTER PAGE III. GRANT POLICIES (continued) * SPECIFICREQUIREFIENTS DiscriminationProhibited InstitutionalAssurance Involving Human Subjects Protectionof IndividualPrivacy in Research and Investigation Surveysand Questionnaires ~blications Patents and—Inventions Animal Care Chan~es in Approved propram Change in Program Period Change of Program Coordinator Change of Grantee Organization Early Terminationof Grant Single Grantee o Report: FINANCIALIWTAG~lENT GeneralRequirements &-reement of Affiliation .——-—— AllowableDirect Costs — Direct Costs Not Allowed IndirectCosts Rebudgetingof Funds Refunds —— UnexpendedBalance obligationsor Expenditures Accounting,Records, and Audi~ Equipment (Titleand Accountability) Reports Miscellaneous IV. PREPARATIONAND REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS TYPES OF APPLICATIONS New Applications SupplementalApplications ContinuationApplications RenewalApplications &plications for Revision 21 21 21 21 22 22 22 23 24 24 24 24 24 25 25

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