Administrative Supplement to Support Health Policy Research in Cancer Prevention and Control.
Policy plays a central role in shaping health and healthcare, including cancer prevention and control. For the purposes of this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) we are including formal public policies (e.g., legislation and regulations) at local, state, and federal levels of government, and private/organizational level policies and practice guidelines, such as those implemented by school districts, large organizations, worksites, health systems, and health insurance or managed care companies. The research enterprise has a vital role in generating evidence to enable evidence-based policymaking, and in evaluating the impact of various policies and their implementation on health-related outcomes.
Health policy research may employ a range of data, or methods and approaches. To understand how policies can advance or detract from health equity, health policy evidence should include data generated in diverse populations and communities, especially groups that have been economically or socially marginalized.
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Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) Supplements
|Organization Name||Project Title||Grant Number||Fiscal Year|
|City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center||A Multi-Stakeholder Health Policy Study Using Implementation Science to Advance Access to Cancer Care and Clinical Trials for Medically Vulnerable Populations: A Focus on Our Catchment Community||3P30CA033572-40S3||2023|
|Huntsman Cancer Institute||Payment Reform Policy and Cancer Disparities in Delivery of Radiotherapy||5P30CA042014-34S2||2023|
|Stanford Cancer Institute||Engaging Communities in the Design of Equitable Community Benefit Policies [Stanford Cancer Institute P30]||2P30CA124435-15S1||2023|
|University of Nebraska Medical Center||Impact of Expanded Medicare Reimbursement for Telemedicine on Use of Telemedicine Modalities to Access Cancer Care||3P30CA036727-37S2||2023|
Research Project Grant (RPG) Supplements
|PI Name||Organization Name||Project Title||Grant Number||Fiscal Year|
|Brewer, Noel Todd||University of North Carolina Chapel Hill||Program Project – Improving Provider Announcement Communication Training (IMPACT)||3P01CA250989-03S1||2023|
|Chang, Su-Hsin||Washington University||Comparative Modeling of Multiple Myeloma Across Myeloma Control Continuum: Prevention, Treatment, and Disparity Reduction||3U01CA265735-03S1||2023|
|Keating, Nancy L||Harvard Medical School||The Impact of a Changing Health Care Delivery System on the Quality of Oncology Care - Administrative Supplement||3R01CA255035-03S2||2023|
|Kinney, Anita Y||Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences||Multilevel Factors Associated with Disparities in the Use of Targeted Cancer Therapies in Medicare||3R01CA277599-02S1||2023|
|Pal, Tuya||Vanderbilt University Medical Center||Expanding Genetic Risk Assessment to Underserved Populations: A Cancer Registry-Based Approach||3U01CA254832-04S2||2023|