CTC-RI Launches Call for Applications: 2024 Improving Demographic Data Collection in Primary Care to Address Health Disparities Quality Improvement Initiative

  • 09 Feb 2024

CTC-RI proudly presents the opportunity for primary care practices to apply for the 2024 Demographic Data Collection Quality Improvement Initiative, made possible with generous funding from UnitedHealthcare and Rhode Island Foundation.

Primary care practices are encouraged to participate in this nine-month initiative. Each selected practice will receive up to $10,000 to enhance their capacity for accurate and complete demographic data collection and reporting. New practices are eligible for extra funding ($2,100 for completing the baseline needs assessment and $500 (optional) for reviewing demographic data environmental scan reports and educational best practice webinar presentations).

The initiative targets pediatric, family medicine, and adult medicine practices that utilize electronic medical records and are capable of generating race, ethnicity, and language performance reports.

Who Can Apply:

  • Continuation Practices: Primary care practices currently participating in the "Demographic Data Collection Pilot Baseline Needs Assessment & Train-the-Trainer Webinar Series" program (August 2023-March 2024).
  • New Practices: Primary care practices willing to commit to completing a baseline needs assessment and participating in the Demographic Data Quality Improvement Initiative.

Applications are due by February 29 at 5pm. For comprehensive details and to apply, click here.