Research and Development to Meet Health Needs in Developingother nsf solicitations accept rcn proposals, or support research networking activities if appropriate to the solicitation.'s mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country. 10, 2016prospects for care coordination for children with medical complexityrobert book, douglas holtz-eakinexecutive summary.” it could just as easily be regarded as confirmation that care coordination can save money, but that not all the savings have been achieved yet.
Research Coordination Networks (RCN) | NSF - National Sciencerevised version of the nsf proposal & award policies & procedures guide (pappg) (nsf 17-1), is.[iv] prior studies of these programs found varying levels of reductions in utilization and/or health care costs, either before and after the programs were implemented, or when comparing patients enrolled in these coordination programs to otherwise similar patients who were not enrolled. this model assumes a fee-for-service environment, in which care coordination is a service that cmc medical homes are explicitly paid to provide. coordination for children with medical complexity is a serious problem that deserves serious consideration, especially in the context of medicaid, where fee-for-service fragmentation and state boundaries present serious problem that lead not just to unnecessarily high costs, but to unnecessary adverse health consequences for children.
the question to be asked is not only “would coordination reduce spending on health care itself? the specified due date, the guidelines contained in nsf 17-1 may apply to proposals submitted in response to this.'s mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country. (non-targeted) rcn proposals should be submitted to a particular program according to the program's submission dates.
core programs in the directorates for biological sciences (bio), computer and information science and engineering (cise), geosciences (geo), engineering (eng) and social, behavioral and economic sciences (sbe) will accept general (non-targeted) rcn proposals. davanzo, gregory berger, matt shimer, audrey el-gamil, kevin reuter, steven heath, nikolay manolov, “savings estimate of a legislative proposal to improve care coordination for medically complex children within the medicaid program,” dobson davanzo & associates, october 17, 2013. (non-targeted) rcn proposals should be submitted to a particular program according to the program's submission dates. some submission deadlines for the general rcn proposals vary by program; consult program websites.