No-Cost Extension and Sustainability Plan Follow-Up
Duration: 48 min
The grant cycle for the Rural Health Information Technology (HIT) Workforce Program ends after August 2016. This webinar shares information for grantees about the no-cost extension opportunity, including the application process, guidelines and submission deadlines. The presentation also provides a summary of areas within the Sustainability Plan Toolkit, a resource provided by RHI to support HIT Workforce grantees in creating Sustainability Plans for their programs.
- Ann Maples, Grants Management Specialist, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy
- Kap Wilkes, Director of Program Development, Rural Health Innovations
This webinar introduces the Sustainability Plan Toolkit, which RHI developed for HIT Workforce grantees based on our knowledge and experience in working with management tools and rural health networks. The presentation provides background information on sustainability planning and reviews the components of the toolkit.