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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), signed into law February 17, 2009, provides nearly $2 billion in grants to health centers to support the Act’s goals of job preservation and creation, economic recovery, help to people most impacted by the recession, increased economic efficiency, long-term economic investment in infrastructure, and the preservation of essential services. The ARRA grants to health centers include approximately $500 million for New Access Points (NAP) and Increased Demand for Services (IDS), and $1.5 billion for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Facility Investment Program (FIP). Health centers receiving funding under ARRA are required to submit quarterly reports on programmatic progress on these grants.
For the ARRA NAP and IDS, grant awards were made: to support new health center sites and service areas; to increase services and providers at existing health center sites; and to address increases in the number of patients, including uninsured patients, seen by health centers. In addition, these funds will support the creation and retention of jobs in underserved communities across the country.
As a requirement of this funding, health centers will report quarterly on both a standard set of ARRA reporting requirements as well as a set of Health Center Program specific requirements. For the Health Center Program specific reporting requirements, grantees will report these elements through a Health Center Quarterly Report (HCQR) in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Electronic Handbook. These quarterly reports will be separate and apart from the traditional Uniform Data System (UDS) reporting which will still be conducted on an annual basis
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Linda Unpingco-Denorcey, Executive Director of the Guam Health Center, is making a difference in her community through a HRSA grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
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