strategic planning, developing proposals/applications, summarizing current literature
Securing funding involves effectively demonstrating:
- A need or opportunity for improvement or change
- That there is a valid methodology for implementing and measuring change
- That the results wil produce significant benefits for patients, providers, and payers
It is also necessary to be credible and reliable, so that the funding source feels that risk is minimal. In addition to leveraging clinical knowledge, practical experience, and previous successes, establishing these characteristics relies on creativity and storytelling to evoke the necessary emotion. Describe your situation to learn more about what’s possible.
I have helped individuals and organizations write proposals, summarize clinical literature, and perform Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis in pursuit of funding. (See case studies.)
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American Medical Association (AMA) • Stratis Health • Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality • Optum • University of Minnesota • Indiana University • American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO) • ICSI • Kidney Care Quality Alliance (KCQA) • Medtronic • NYU • Boston Scientific • Harvard Medical School • MPRO • Telligen • E4 Enterprise • Lee Branding • MetaStar