FAQ Update from December 12th amp 15th Webinars

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29 Are university hospitals eligible, 30 NEW Can the hospital partner be a for profit hospital. 31 Will there be consideration in the future for hospitals to be the lead applicants. 1 1 Match Requirement, 32 Can you clarify how the 1 1 match works and explain the purpose of it. 33 Can the 1 1 match be provided by a source other than a hospital health system If not why. 34 Can the matching dollars come from a hospital affiliated foundation. 35 Does the hospital 1 1 match have to be a new investment in the community initiative beyond current. programming, 36 Can past contributions of the health system count toward the match. 37 Can the hospital or health system track their cash match in installments or must it be a lump sum. payment to the non profit, 38 Can the 1 1 match be met using both direct cash and in kind support What portion of the match. should be in direct dollar versus in kind support, 39 Can more than one hospital or health system meet the match requirement If so how must the.
match be met, 40 Can government or restricted funds be used toward the match. 41 Does the 1 1 matching requirement need to be made prior to the application. 42 NEW Does the match need to fund the grant purpose versus some activity not directly related to. the BUILD grant,Geography Demographics, 43 Why must some applications be from cities with a population of at least 150 000 How do I find the. size of my city, 44 Why are some cities and counties in Colorado Indiana Iowa Kentucky New Jersey North Carolina. Ohio and Texas exempt from the 150 000 population requirement. 45 New Are applicants from cities of 150 000 residents or more in any of the states listed above also. qualified for the national awards, 46 Can we use different jurisdictional boundaries other than one city to meet the 150 000 person. population cut off i e by county metropolitan statistical area or by combining multiple cities. 47 Why must applications be specifically focused at the neighborhood level rather than on citywide or. statewide initiatives,Miscellaneous, 48 My partnership received a BUILD Health Challenge Planning award in 2015 Are we still eligible to.
49 My partnership received a BUILD Health Challenge Implementation in 2015 Are we still eligible to. 50 Are there other formatting requirements for the Round 1 application regarding spacing font and. page format, 51 Will there be evaluation requirements for grantees. 52 Do MOUs have to be created and signed as part of the application. 53 Is there a timeline to spend the award funds, 54 If my organization already has current funding from a BUILD Health Challenge funding partner are. we eligible to apply for the BUILD Health Challenge Award. 55 Is there a limitation on indirect costs,56 Are there restrictions on the use of funds. 57 Can funds be used for third party consultants, 58 Is the cost of attending the September convening included in the award funding. 59 Who will need to attend the convening, 60 New Does the Round 1 application require the submission of a budget.
61 Can I set up a time to speak with a BUILD Health Challenge staff person regarding my proposal. About the Challenge,1 Who is behind the BUILD Health Challenge. The BUILD Health Challenge is a funder collaborative founded by Advisory Board the de Beaumont. Foundation The Colorado Health Foundation The Kresge Foundation the Robert Wood Johnson. Foundation BUILD is pleased to welcome several new funders into the collaborative for the 2017 2019. BUILD Health Challenge The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation Episcopal Health. Foundation Interact for Health Mid Iowa Health Foundation New Jersey Health Initiatives and Telligen. Community Initiative, While each partner has different missions strategies and activities we share a desire to improve community. health promote health equity stimulate more effective methods of sharing and using health data foster. cross sector collaboration and identify new models that have the potential for dissemination and replication. 2 What are the goals of the BUILD Health Challenge. The overarching goal of the BUILD Health Challenge is to increase the number and effectiveness of. hospital community and public health collaborations to improve health We believe that this initiative has. never been more timely or important Reforms at the national state and regional levels offer opportunities to. allocate resources in ways that achieve better health equity and improved population health at lower per. capita costs The BUILD Health Challenge was designed to identify the most promising models provide. resources to accelerate their work network them with other innovators and disseminate best practices. 3 What does BUILD stand for, BUILD is an acronym for the core principles of the Challenge Bold Upstream Integrated Local and Data. Driven Applications that exemplify all of these principles will be considered most competitive Summary. descriptions the principles are included below, BOLD Partnerships that aspire towards a fundamental shift beyond short term programmatic work. toward longer term influences over policy regulation and systems level change. UPSTREAM Partnerships that focus on the social environmental and economic factors that have the. greatest influence on the health of a community rather than on access or care delivery. INTEGRATED Partnerships that align the practices and perspectives of communities health systems. and public health under a shared vision establishing new roles while continuing to draw upon the. strengths of each partner, LOCAL Partnerships that engage neighborhood residents and community leaders as key voices and.
thought leaders throughout all stages of planning and implementation. DATA DRIVEN Partnerships that use data from both clinical and community sources as a tool to. identify key needs measure meaningful change and facilitate transparency amongst stakeholders to. generate actionable insights, A more detailed explanation of each principle along with examples can be found. http buildhealthchallenge org our mission, 4 Are there examples of strategies or outcomes that BUILD funding is looking to support. The specific local outcomes or progress measures are to be determined by applicants based on your. community s goals and strategies not by the national BUILD Health Challenge Such measures could. include but are by no means limited to changes in violent crime rates emergency admissions for. asthma access to healthy affordable food vehicle pedestrian collisions or housing stability Applicants are. expected to have a well conceived plan with clear roles and expected community impact In some cases. activities may already have started by the time communities apply for a BUILD Health Challenge award. To learn about the strategies and outcomes supported by the first BUILD Health Challenge visit. buildhealthchallenge org our communities, 5 How many awards will be given At what amount Over what period of time. The BUILD Health Challenge will support at least 18 awards of up to 250 000 over a two year period. The geographic breakdown of available awards includes. 8 awards in cities of 150 000 residents or more in any state. 3 awards in the state of Colorado no city population threshold. 3 awards in the state of New Jersey no city population threshold. 1 award in central Iowa Dallas Polk and Warren counties that focuses on social determinants of. children s health age 0 21 no city size requirement. 1 award in the 57 county service area of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas Anderson Angelina. Austin Bastrop Bell Brazoria Brazos Burleson Burnet Chambers Cherokee Colorado Coryell. Falls Fayette Fort Bend Freestone Galveston Gregg Grimes Hardin Harris Harrison Houston. Jasper Jefferson Lampasas Lee Leon Liberty Limestone Madison Marion Matagorda. McLennan Milam Montgomery Nacogdoches Newton Orange Panola Polk Robertson Rusk. Sabine San Augustine San Jacinto Shelby Smith Travis Trinity Tyler Walker Waller. Washington Wharton and Williamson Counties no city population threshold. 1 award in the state of North Carolina no city population threshold. 1 award in the 20 county service area surrounding Cincinnati Ohio Dearborn Franklin Ohio. Ripley or Switzerland County in Indiana Boone Bracken Campbell Gallatin Grant Kenton or. Pendleton County in Kentucky Adams Brown Butler Clermont Clinton Hamilton Highland or. Warren County in Ohio, The availability of awards based on geography is driven by the funding priority areas of the participating. 6 Is there a defined list of upstream factors that are favored if any. No specific upstream factors are favored BUILD is looking for applicants to address the specific and defined. needs and priorities of their target community neighborhood focusing on the upstream factors that are. likely to have the greatest impact However work proposed in Central Iowa must focus on social. determinants of children s health ages 0 to 21 years. 7 Can you provide more information on the support services that will be provided to selected. communities beyond the funding dollars, BUILD has assembled a comprehensive array of people institutions and resources that can strengthen the.
capacity of awardees to achieve their goals and include them in networks of other population health. innovators This menu of support services could include but is not limited to webinars learning labs. coaching training and evaluation support BUILD will also support formal and informal opportunities to. engage funded communities in cross site learning and exchange both with other BUILD communities but. also with sites supported by other like minded initiatives Awardees will be introduced to the available. resources and to each other at our first convening in September 2017 in Washington DC. 8 What are the exact start and end dates for the award. Implementation Awards will begin in August 2017 and end two years later in August 2019 The specific. dates will be determined upon the signing of a grant agreement. 9 How important is it for the proposed effort to have a clear sustainability plan for how progress will. be made after the two year funding ends, All too often non profit community based prevention efforts have had an over reliance on grant funding yet. achieving new models of paying for prevention is not easy in many communities Grant funding can play an. important role in demonstrating proof of concept and generating early results that can open the door to. more sustainable funding Sustainability while very important is not a primary focus in the application. questions for Round 1 of the BUILD Health Challenge If your application is invited to participate in Round 2. of the application process you will be asked to describe your sustainability plan in greater detail at that time. 10 When are applications due, Applications are due by 5 00 PM ET on February 21 2017 Below is a listing of the Challenge s timeline. Dec 12 2016 3 00 4 00 PM ET Webinar for prospective applicants. Dec 15 2016 1 00 2 00 PM ET Webinar for prospective applicants. Jan 10 2017 9 00 AM ET Application portal opens, Jan 31 2017 1 00 2 00 PM ET Webinar for prospective applicants. Feb 21 2017 5 00 PM ET Round 1 applications due,April 4 2017 Round 2 applications invited. April 18 2017 1 00 2 00 PM ET Webinar for Round 2 applicants. May 23 2017 5 00 PM ET Round 2 applications due,July 11 2017 Selected communities notified.
Sept 12 2017 Public announcement of awardees in Washington DC. and first convening of sites and technical assistance. 11 How many will be selected to participate in the Round 2 process. In general we will strive to select approximately double the number of participants for the Round 2 process. as will be awarded, 12 Can you share what made applications in the first BUILD Health Challenge most competitive. Applications from the first BUILD Health Challenge that were deemed most competitive demonstrated the. following characteristics, A strong overall capacity by the lead applicant and the partnership to implement the proposed work. A solid understanding of and alignment with the BUILD Health Challenge principles of bold upstream. integrated local and data driven more information on the principles can be accessed at. http buildhealthchallenge org our mission, Conveyed a clear sense of the core partnership roles and included partnerships with a strong history of. working together on other projects either in the focus neighborhood or elsewhere. Had a clear understanding of the upstream social determinants of health being addressed and. indicated how they would apply this in a strategic manner. Proposed strategies that clearly integrated community engagement and addressed the specific. community factors related to health equity,Partnership Eligibility General. 13 Why does the application require collaboration among at least one community based organization. hospital or health system and local health department. The BUILD Health Challenge will be funding partnerships among at a minimum a non profit community. based organization or coalition of non profit organizations a hospital or health system and a local health. department Each partner brings unique but complementary resources perspectives and expertise to the. collaboration In recent years we have witnessed a growing recognition that no one organization or even. one sector can make much of an impact on some of our most challenging social problems acting in

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