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Hospital Fund

2017

Barlow Respiratory Hospital
To support the Nursing Residency Program, an in-depth training program designed to prepare new graduate nurses with the specialized skills needed to provide exemplary nursing care for medically-complex and ventilated patients.
Amount: $33,600
Term: 12 months

Foothill Family
To support a sustainability plan for the Health Families America Program. The program uses an evidence-based early childhood home visiting program model for working with overburdened families who are at risk for adverse childhood experiences and nurtures the parent-child relationship to promote well-being.
Amount: $78,000
Term: 12 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
To establish a new inpatient Palliative Care Program in the Intensive Care Unit and the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. This project will implement the processes to launch a fully defined Palliative Care Program at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University Health
To support the Loma Linda Health San Manuel Gateway College. The College will integrate training programs in health careers with clinical experience and offer a number of health career certificate programs.
Amount: $276,320
Term: 24 months

St. Joseph Hoag Health
St. Joseph Hoag Health in partnership with the Illumination Foundation is awarded a grant to support the Street2Home project, an expansion of the Chronic Care PLUS (CCP) pilot project which was funded by UniHealth Foundation. The project connects medically vulnerable homeless clients who are frequent utilizers of the St. Joseph Hoag Health to medical care, post-hospital recuperative care, and permanent supportive housing, and seeks to provide a full spectrum of care to break the cycles of hospital recidivism and homelessness.
Amount: $1,200,000
Term: 36 months

St. Mary Medical Center
St. Mary Medical Center, in partnership with Mental Health America of Los Angeles, is awarded a grant to implement the Long Beach Healthlink Program, a navigation project that offers intensive case management, supportive services, and psychiatric counseling to homeless individuals struggling with mental health diagnoses who are utilizing the St. Mary Emergency Department.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 24 months

USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center
To expand and implement the next phase of the Precision Oncology Program. Working within the ORIEN Network, the next phase will extend the program to a broader base of patients, by doubling access through increased access to genomic tumor analysis, improved patient navigation, and patient outcomes tracking.
Amount: $1,000,000
Term: 36 months

2016

California Hospital Medical Center
California Hospital Medical Center, in partnership with Jewish Family Services, is awarded a three-year grant of $706,421 to implement the Transition to Wellness Project. The project will provide service navigation to patients with mental illness treated in the emergency department and inpatient hospital units to connect them with community resources and treatment interventions to improve their overall health and social well-being, and reduce ED utilization and hospital readmissions.
Amount: $706,421
Term: 36 months

California State University Northridge
California State University, Northridge's Valley Nonprofit Resources, in partnership with Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, is awarded $175,002 for a two-year project that will build the capacity of San Fernando Valley nonprofits to involve families in helping Latino adults with Type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM) improve their self-management of the disease. The project will build on previous work to develop the MultiFamily Group (MFG) evidence-based program for supporting families of adults with mental illness. The T2DM MFG program will be pilot tested with four Valley nonprofits, and if found effective will be disseminated to more nonprofits in the region.
Amount: $175,002
Term: 24 months

Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare
Casa Colina is awarded $859,862 over three years to develop a patient navigation program to improve patients' successful transition after discharge from acute rehabilitation. This project will include all diagnoses and bring this specialized approach to all patients identified as high risk for complications during this important transition period post-discharge. It will address potential gaps in services experienced by many individuals who have made significant progress in medical recovery and rehabilitation, but find obstacles in self-managing their needs upon discharge. To minimize these negative outcomes, key program activities will include care coordination; psychosocial and medical support; and provide linkages to community resources for financial assistance, transportation, family needs, translation services and referrals to individual and group therapeutic support, weekly/monthly educational sessions, and community activities.
Amount: $859,862
Term: 36 months

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
To disseminate and study SAFE Care in three Magnet hospitals in Los Angeles County: Huntington Hospital, Torrance Memorial Medical Center and Ronald Reagan UCLA Health System. SAFE Care is a nurse-led interprofessional team care model to rapidly identify and provide safe and effective inpatient care to high risk older adults and help support successful transition back to the community. The project will engage interprofessional hospital leadership; provide training and coaching in implementation processes of the SAFE Care model; create leaders to sustain and spread the model; and promote involvement of participating hospitals' nursing research and evidence-based practice nurse experts in evaluating, adapting, and disseminating the SAFE Care model principles.
Amount: $600,054
Term: 24 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) is awarded $811,877 over three years to launch and support the Pediatric Mental Health Institute. CHOC proposes building an integrated system of mental health care for children and teens by developing an effective network of knowledgeable providers, community partners, and insurers. Activities of the proposed Institute include expanding the mental health workforce, training frontline healthcare and education personnel on early identification, and engaging insurers in the need for evidence-based mental health care.
Amount: $811,877
Term: 36 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
Citrus Valley Health Partners (CVHP) is awarded $900,000 over three years to increase organizational capacity to support the critical changes and new processes required for managing population health and transitioning to value-based payment models by: (1) developing clinical care protocols for five chronic disease states; (2) establishing a care management system that is sustainable; (3) utilizing technology and data analytics to identify and monitor high risk patients and facilitate coordinated care; and (4) decreasing the total cost of care. CVHP will also implement a Care Innovation and Population Health Program.
Amount: $900,000
Term: 36 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Esperanza Community Housing Corporation
Esperanza Community Housing Corporation is awarded $1,279,982 over three years for The Healthy Breathing project, which will use a Healthy Homes approach to reducing severe asthma attacks and emergency department utilization in South Los Angeles. The holistic program will improve health outcomes for patients with asthma by providing them with home-based environmental assessment, clinical care referrals, individual and family-based asthma management education and environmental health interventions necessary to stabilize and improve their health.
Amount: $1,279,982
Term: 36 months

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
To transform the patient care experience and improve financial sustainability by launching the Integrated Supportive Care Program, an evidence-based, innovative program aimed at dramatically improving care outcomes for chronically ill patients and decreasing the amount of futile treatment in the hospital. The Integrated Supportive Care Program will provide medically appropriate care across a continuum of care settings, from the hospital to the home or at any skilled or long term care facility, for eligible patients by deploying a multi-disciplinary team of resources, including community health workers, a social worker, a nurse practitioner and a consulting palliative care physician.
Amount: $795,000
Term: 36 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital is awarded $50,000 over six-months to conduct a planning process for the establishment of a new Palliative Care Program and service line for inpatient care throughout the hospital with a focus on the Intensive Care Unit. The project will utilize the expertise of a leading physician in palliative care for the development of an implementation roadmap for the service line, complete with designating the appropriate and necessary staff, the methods to engage physicians in a positive response to palliative care, and the financial sustainability for long-term success.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 6 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
To support Phase II of the Be Forever Fit (BFF) Program. Phase II funds will be directed towards further developing BFF, a comprehensive multidisciplinary clinic/program at Harbor-UCLA to help obese children achieve and maintain weight loss. The program will expand the training of health care professionals in obesity management, advocate for increased access to multidisciplinary care in the greater Los Angeles region, and enhance delivery of care at the point of service.
Amount: $540,000
Term: 36 months

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital is awarded $750,000 over three years to develop and implement a diabetes education program. The program will be based in the hospital primarily as an inpatient and staff education program, with additional outpatient education offered free of charge to community members. The purpose is to screen and monitor inpatients with hypoglycemic occurrences, train staff on best practices, and connect patients with a navigator to develop interventions for pre-diabetes and those with diabetes.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
An emerging issue of burnout, depression and suicide in medical residents and practicing physicians must be addressed to improve the clinical learning environment and ensure that medicine continuously advances in patient safety/quality improvement. The Keck School of Medicine of USC is awarded $300,000 over two years to promote resident and faculty wellness while reducing signs and symptoms of depression and burnout currently experienced by residents and faculty at USC. Requested funds will support a psychologist to work with the Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education to perform assessments, interventions and measure outcomes for this initiative.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Loyola Marymount University
Loyola Marymount University's Bioethics Institute, in collaboration with Providence Institute for Human Caring, is awarded a $33,000 planning grant to create an end-of-life community education program. LMU and Providence Institute for Human Caring will direct the program primarily to pastoral leaders and their constituencies from all interested faiths and traditions, and will reach out to rabbis, priests, deacons, ministers, imam, sangha and other leaders of faith communities. The goal of the program is to equip pastoral caregivers with practical and intellectual tools to assist their parishioners as they and their loved ones prepare for and face the dying process.
Amount: $33,000
Term: 12 months

PIH Health Hospital - Downey
To promote access to care while reducing inappropriate usage of the Emergency Department and create a more efficient and effective emergency and primary care system. The goal of this grant is to reduce low acuity emergency department visits by implementing a Case Management Model in partnership with the JWCH Institute Community Clinic. This initiative will connect patients with a primary care medical home and needed social and medical care resources.
Amount: $600,000
Term: 24 months

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
To develop the Interprofessional Perinatal Simulation Program to enhance the hospital's nascent Labor and Delivery and Mother-Baby simulation program. This evidence-based program will provide training and ongoing practice in life-threatening, perinatal scenarios in-situ for all first responders and clinical staff working with mothers and their babies in Labor & Delivery, the Mother-Baby Unit, OB Triage and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The program will train physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, chaplains, and emergency department clinical staff.
Amount: $447,000
Term: 24 months

San Fernando Community Health Center
San Fernando Community Health Center is awarded $80,000 over 18 months to support the Dental Auxiliary Utilization (DAU) Pilot Project. The program seeks to re-establish a four-handed dentistry training program for UCLA's School of Dentistry within the structure of the pre-doctoral pediatric dentistry rotation. The DAU Pilot Project builds on the current collaboration between San Fernando Community Health Center and the Section of Pediatric Dentistry of the UCLA School of Dentistry. It reinstates DAU training for dental students in their 3rd or 4th year, teaching proper use of dental auxiliary staff thereby improving efficiencies in dental care. The overall goal is to extend existing dental manpower to meet the growing dental treatment need.
Amount: $80,000
Term: 18 months

UC Riverside School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCI School of Medicine
To support the planning phase of A Comprehensive Agile Response Team for Dementia Care: CART-DC, a model of compassionate, comprehensive care for patients suffering from dementia that revolves around the needs of patients and their caregivers. The project will also develop a registry for patients with dementia and their caregivers from UC Irvine's SeniorHealth Center which will serve as the hub for their comprehensive care, inclusive of psychosocial support and medical needs. UCI will also work with Alzheimer's Orange County to connect patients and caregivers with free supportive services in the region.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health is awarded $429,213 over 24 months to expand its Population Health Forecasting project. This grant will focus on forecasting the prevalence of major depression in Los Angeles County. The model will be used to estimate the potential impact of different community-based treatment and prevention programs that are of interest to partner non-profit hospitals as part of their service planning and community-benefit programs. In addition, the project will help larger efforts to increase visibility of depression as a major public health problem.
Amount: $429,213
Term: 24 months

UCLA Health
UCLA Health is developing an Advance Care Planning and Services (ACPS) initiative to prepare clinicians and staff to initiate advance care planning based on the clinical needs and readiness of patients. The ACPS is awarded $110,000 for a one-year pilot project which will build and evaluate a new infrastructure using Continuity Care Coordinators (CCCs) specially trained to identify appropriate patients and promote advance care planning conversations. The UCLA Faculty Practice Group will implement the intervention with primary care physicians in the two Santa Monica Bay Physicians primary care practices by orienting the physicians to the advance care planning process, monitoring and improving the CCC implementation of the intervention, and providing feedback to physicians and CCCs.
Amount: $110,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Health
UCLA Healthcare, in partnership with Antelope Valley Hospital (AVH), is awarded $775,043 over three years to pilot a NICU High Risk Infant Follow-up Telehealth Outreach Program (HRIF-TOP) in AVH's catchment area. The goal is to increase access to medical and neurodevelopmental care and care coordination for at-risk infants and children in a rural community. This pilot program will also analyze benefits and barriers to potential healthcare cost reductions and access to HRIF care and patient satisfaction and decreased burden of transportation barriers. The UCLA Healthcare system and the David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM) Division of Neonatology will implement this project and promote relationships between multidisciplinary teams at UCLA and AVH, and plans to decrease gaps in NICU HRIF services including patient referral, assessment and care coordination.
Amount: $775,043
Term: 36 months

UCLA Health
To support the development and implementation of a mental health model in pediatric palliative care. The goal of the mental health program is to improve the quality of life of children with life threatening medical conditions and their families by providing access to high quality mental health services in the home. Specifically, this project will provide directed mental health interventions for pain and symptom management, anticipatory grief and bereavement follow-up. It will also utilize telehealth technology to ensure treatment adherence and continuity of care for patients living in more remote locations.
Amount: $1,080,000
Term: 36 months

USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center
The USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center is awarded $400,000 over three years to build and sustain the Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition in Service Planning Area 4 (C4-SPA4). This will be a local, community-based, sustainable partnership program (working closely with Clínica Msr. Oscar A. Romero) that supports high-quality, high-volume, timely and appropriate cancer screening driven by grassroots promotoras and community leaders in neighborhoods surrounding USC's Health Sciences Campus and other areas of high need in SPA 4. Through partnership activities that engage experts and existing resources from USC Norris and the Health Sciences Campus, C4-SPA4 will ultimately develop and maintain a seamless system of cancer care for the medically underserved.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 36 months

WesternU College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Medical Student Scholarship (2016-2017)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2015

Antelope Valley Hospital
To support participation in the Federal 340B outpatient pharmaceutical purchase program. Funds will allow the hospital to implement required operational and administrative changes to pharmacy management practices.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

City of Hope
To develop an innovative model program focused on improving the care provided to geriatric cancer patients. City of Hope will integrate validated geriatric assessments into routine care at its medical center and establish a multidisciplinary geriatric team to respond to the needs identified by the assessments.
Amount: $733,951
Term: 36 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University Medical Center
To support the development and implementation of an interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) model to be piloted at the LLUMC Cancer Center. IPCP allows for multiple health workers from different professional backgrounds to work together with patients, families, caregivers, and communities to deliver the highest quality of care.
Amount: $496,056
Term: 24 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
To support enrollment and retention in My Health L.A., Los Angeles County's managed care program for the residually uninsured. The L.A. Department of Health Services and the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County will use funds to promote the successful adoption and use of One-e-App, a web-based eligibility and enrollment system.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 12 months

Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County
To support collaboration with USC's Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program (AYA@USC) to bring additional advocacy expertise and legal resources to families living in poverty whose adolescent and young adult children are seeking and/or receiving cancer treatment at LAC+USC Medical Center, USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital, and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. The grant will fund the NLSLA Adolescent and Young Adult Legal Support Team to aid low-income AYA oncology patients and and families struggling with both the ravages of cancer and a myriad social and financial obstacles by reducing the legal barriers to effective cancer treatment so patients and their families can focus their energies on battling cancer.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
A community collaborative comprised of Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Pomona Community Health Center, Claremont Graduate University, and the Community Translational Research Institute is awarded a grant to support nine months of planning activities leading to an innovative and comprehensive integrated approach to Type 2 Diabetes prevention and control for the high need populations served by the Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center. The purpose of this program-planning initiative is to develop and test an integrated and sustainable 3-level prediabetes and diabetes-screening program which will lead to the development of an intervention that translates evidence-based approaches to obesity and diabetes prevention and control into effective and sustainable programs. The collaborative will develop the leadership structure, team organization, and operational procedures necessary to achieve the screening, intervention, and evaluation objectives during the implementation phase.
Amount: $90,000
Term: 9 months

Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior at UCLA
To support the Nathanson Family Resilience Center in embedding family-centered behavioral health programming within two established non-profit veterans services agencies, US VETS and Volunteers of America. Funds will support delivery of programming for the agencies' non-residential clients and for those who reside at two facilities serving formerly homeless female veterans and their families, the VOA's Los Angeles Blue Butterfuly Residential Facility and the US VETS' Villages of Cabrillo.
Amount: $698,874
Term: 36 months

St. Jude Medical Center
To support the implementation of a quality improvement initiative to bolster health outcomes for patients discharged to skilled nursing facilities (SNFs). A joint hospital-SNF-physician group collaborative will support the implementation of INTERACT (Interventions to Reduce Acute Care Transfers), a model that focuses on the improved management of acute changes in SNF resident conditions to reduce the likelihood of avoidable readmissions.
Amount: $409,341
Term: 24 months

UC Riverside School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UC San Francisco
To support the continued growth of the Palliative Care Quality Network, complete a plan for self-sustainability, and enable the achievement of the overall goal of defining and promoting quality palliative care so as to improve care for all people with serious illness and those at the end of life.
Amount: $348,201
Term: 24 months

UCI School of Medicine
To train faculty physicians, residents and nurse practitioners at UC Irvine School of Medicine, Charles Drew University School of Medicine, and UC Riverside School of Medicine in the proper use of point-of-care ultrasound. Training will provide the competencies required to supervise medical students and meet the growing demand among specialty physicians for bedside ultrasound training.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

UCI School of Medicine
To improve the quality of life for Southern California children and families challenged by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The UCI School of Medicine Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders will create a unique and expanded educational outreach program, the UniHealth Autism Community Toolkit, to educate its community about ASD early identification and intervention.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

UCI School of Medicine
UCI School of Medicine in partnership with the Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers was awarded a grant over three years to support the Transforming Orange County's Community Clinic System: Creating True Community Health and Wellness Initiative. This comprehensive initiative intends to redefine a healthcare delivery system for the underserved in Orange County and will support the transformation of Orange County's clinics from a disease-focused approach to a health delivery model that focuses on prevention and health creation. This will be achieved by integrating evidence-based integrative health modalities and proven prevention interventions that focus on health creation into the current health care delivery system. Specifically, this project supports a three-year process for up to eight Orange County clinics that have demonstrated the readiness and capacity to engage in such a transformation.
Amount: $600,000
Term: 36 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center
The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Program at the USC, a collaboration among the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), and LAC+USC Medical Center, has developed and implemented an AYA clinical care model. In addition to making use of existing clinical and research services, the program has since successfully integrated services, linked information, created a database, housed a web-site featuring patient and provider content, generated academic articles and poster presentations, and cross trained existing staff in the involved clinics and hospitals. This grant supports the evaluation of the impact of the clinical care model on the clinical, psychosocial, and economic outcomes of AYA patients, families, and institutions. These measures will be used to refine the model and provide a transferable model of care that is cost efficient and cognizant of the impacts upon individuals, families, and institutions.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship (2015-2016)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles
The YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles (LA YMCA) in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services is awarded a grant to provide access for 300+ individuals with chronic disease to engage in targeted and coordinated wellness opportunities onsite at local YMCA branch facilities. With a DHS Physical Therapy Director of Wellness shared between two inner city YMCA branches in South and East Los Angeles, under the direction of YMCA Program Coordinators, DHS and YMCA program staff will ensure individualized physical activity and wellness plans aligned with the health needs of the participants are carried out in a safe and consistent manner; offer pre- and post-assessments of program efficacy; and demonstrate improved health outcomes for people who might otherwise not pursue or have access to this type of integrated wellness effort.
Amount: $222,410
Term: 36 months

2014

Beverly Hospital
To sustain its Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP) designation from the LA County Emergency Medical Services. EDAP designation will allow the hospital to continue to receive pediatric patients at their Emergency Care Center from the County's 911 system.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 24 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Community Dental Partnership, a collaborative effort between California Hospital Medical Center and Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center. The Partnership will (1) provide care coordination services for uninsured adults with diabetes who require medication for control and are referred by members of the Southside Coalition of Community Health Centers and (2) provide basic dental care, if not provided by the patients' medical home, and periodontal services, if required, for these referrals.
Amount: $543,340
Term: 36 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support a pilot project which will provide patient navigation and ongoing health and wellness services to children and families linked to Hope Street Family Center by California Hospital (CHMC), CHMC-linked clinics and the surrounding community. The pilot project will create a formal infrastructure to assure that these linkages happen on a consistent basis.
Amount: $375,000
Term: 24 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To expand the clinical hours of the EMPOWER (Energy Management for Personalized Weight Reduction) Weight Management Clinic at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). EMPOWER is a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary clinic offering resources for patients and families struggling with weight issues and in need of specialty care. The project will strengthen CHLA's partnership with community clinics, while building their capacity to provide diabetes and obesity care.
Amount: $1,494,056
Term: 36 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
To support an intensive planning process to initiate and expand critical behavioral health services to young children in primary, specialty, and inpatient care settings in Orange County. In conjunction with its System of Care Task Force and community partners, Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) will plan an integrated system of behavioral health care for children, teens and young adults that allows for early identification and diagnosis, treatment at the right level of intensity, improved engagement in care by patients and their families, and effective care navigation.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
To support the expansion of the system's Congestive Heart Failure Care (CHF) Continuum Clinic Program to new CHF patient populations. The program is designed to: 1) coordinate essential CHF services during an inpatient stay, including access to clinical pharmacists and health coaches; 2) monitor patients by phone and in-person after discharge; and 3) support patient self-management.
Amount: $761,906
Term: 24 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
To support the enrollment of qualified bilingual and bicultural international medical graduates in an innovative one-year UCLA program to prepare these unlicensed physicians to pass the United States Medical Licensing Exam and enter residency training programs in California.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Neurology
To support the implementation of a dementia/cognitive impairment-tailored Care Transitions program for elders with cognitive impairment who are discharged from UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center or Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center & Orthopedic Hospital. In partnership with Partners in Care and the Alzheimer's Association of Southern California, the adapted intervention will engage family caregivers, address dementia/cognitive impairment-specific issues, and proactively link caregivers to local Alzheimer's Association caregiver training and supportive services.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 30 months

Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center
To support training providers in evidence-based practices when treating adult clients served by its Homeless Adult and Transitional Age Youth Programs. Practices include Seeking Safety, Prolonged Exposure, Interpersonal Therapy for Depression, and Motivational Interviewing. The aim is to enable staff to offer programming to meet the unique treatment requirements of chronically mentally ill transitional age youth and adults.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 24 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
To support a multi-pronged, evidence-based, population health project that aims to improve "diabesity" (obesity and diabetes) management and diabetes outcomes in Glendale. The project will allow Glendale Adventist Medical Center to better identify undiagnosed diabetes in low-income communities and to link newly diagnosed patients to evidence-based outpatient and health education services in the community by 1) conducting data-driven health screenings in community settings, 2) training safety net clinicians in evidence-based diabetes management practices, 3) supporting behavior change by launching culturally appropriate disease self-management courses and 4) collaborating with area hospital and community clinic partners to electronically facilitate referrals and care coordination.
Amount: $604,058
Term: 24 months

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
To support the launch and sustainability of a transitional care program designed to prevent secondary stroke. The nurse-led program will provide enhanced care coordination to stroke patients following discharge and provide culturally appropriate stroke prevention education in the community.
Amount: $601,296
Term: 36 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
To support the training and certification of over 150 hospital executives, clinicians, and managers in the Toyota Production System, known as 'Lean' in the United States. Lean is a management philosophy and set of tools created to support the continuous pursuit of high quality.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital
To support the expansion of its palliative care program and provide interdisciplinary palliative care training on a broad scale for nurses, physicians and ancillary staff. The expansion will provide for comprehensive palliative care for in-patients in all departments of the hospital and follow-up care post-discharge.
Amount: $900,000
Term: 36 months

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
To support the development of online continuing medical education (CME) courses to equip physicians with practical knowledge and tools for management of cognitive health and to help address the gap between patients' need for effective management of cognitive health and their physicians' abilities to do so. The information and knowledge assembled for development of the online CME courses will be incorporated and expanded into the Orange County Vital Brain Aging Program's traditional physician and public education materials, which will serve as supplemental resources to online CME.
Amount: $132,000
Term: 12 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
To support the expansion of the patient-centered medical home Galaxy Health Care project at LAC + USC Medical Center. Galaxy introduces key components of a patient-centered medical home, including continuous call center access, same-day visits, and enhanced case management services at three resident-staffed clinics and one faculty-staffed clinic operated by Los Angeles County Department of Health Services.
Amount: $105,000
Term: 12 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
To support and expand the outreach services of the USC-CHLA Center for Childhood Communication (C3) and provide critical early intervention services to children with hearing loss as well as specialized support and education for parents and professionals. Grant funds will also support implementation of a patient database to ensure the delivery of needed services and track developmental progress for enrolled children. The project aims to bridge the gap between the diagnosis of early onset hearing loss and intervention, enabling children with hearing loss to develop their ability to listen, talk and acquire language and literacy skills; provide professional education for teachers, therapists, and pediatric audiologists who serve children with hearing loss; and equip parents from all socio-economic strata and educational levels with knowledge and techniques for nurturing communication and academic skills in their children with hearing loss.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
To support a comprehensive evaluation of the Interfaith Department of Spiritual Care at LAC+USC Medical Center and to develop the infrastructure for an independent Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program at St. Camillus Center for Spiritual Care (St. Camillus). This grant will enable St. Camillus to certify a CPE Supervisor, provide scholarships to low-income CPE students, develop and implement an ongoing evaluation of the Interfaith Department of Spiritual Care, and begin the application process to become an independent CPE site.
Amount: $315,000
Term: 36 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
To expand medical services for children entering foster care via the LAC+USC Medical Center/Violence Intervention Program (VIP) Medical HUB. The program will expand the range of medical services provided to older children and institute a system for communicating accurate and timely information to the child, foster families, and foster or group homes. A part-time OB-GYN faculty/fellow will oversee teens referred to the HUB or Youth Welcome Center for pregnancy-related issues and birth control. A Health Care Coordinator will facilitate the understanding and exchange of important medical information with families and out-of-home placements, thereby enhancing the capacity of the Department of Children and Family Services to provide safe placements for children entering foster care.
Amount: $167,613
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
To continue offering dental services to Meet Each Need with Dignity (MEND) clients, individuals with incomes below the Federal Poverty Level and without access to dental care. Supervised LLUSD dental students will treat patients at MEND's facility in Pacoima, California. The grant will (1) fund continued maintenance of dental equipment and the purchase of dental supplies; (2) seek efficiency in treating a larger volume of patients and offer more complex treatment plans; (3) continue MEND's partnership with LLUSD to meet the increasing number of patients seeking dental treatment at MEND; and (4) include a program to teach oral hygiene to patients.
Amount: $231,571
Term: 24 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging
To support the Value-Based Post-Acute Care Initiative (VB-PAC), an effort to bring hospitals and post-acute providers into a new, shared online marketplace. Through a cutting-edge data-sharing system, the VB-PAC initiative will link referring hospitals with the LA Jewish Home's post-acute and chronic care management services and provide a one-stop, data-driven approach to patient referral assessment, management, and reporting.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 24 months

Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA
To support Phase Two of Fit for L.A., a program to reduce the prevalence and the short- and long-term consequences of pediatric obesity in Los Angeles and neighboring counties. Fit for L.A. provides access to optimal care for obese children and adolescents through the delivery of face-to-face and telemedicine clinical services, including a school district-based teledietitian project and home telehealth in order to effectively foster comprehensive and coordinated services for the prevention and management of pediatric obesity. Phase II will expand UCLA residency education by establishing a residency community experience and will expand LAUSD provider training to all school nurses and health aides.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

Methodist Hospital of Southern California
To support the implementation of a nurse-led care transitions program for the hospital's Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) patients. The program will draw from evidence-based models to improve the health literacy of patients discharged from care, ensure that they and their caregivers understand their medical condition and any follow-up care required, and monitor the patient's condition and healing post-discharge.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 12 months

Miller Children's Hospital
To support the expansion of the Transition of Care Program, which aims to improve the transition of young adults with chronic illness from child-centered to adult-centered care.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
To support the Chronic Disease Transitional Care Coordination Program, which will serve moderate to high risk adult chronic disease patients including but not limited to those with congestive heart failure, stroke, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and/or end-stage renal failure. There will be focused attention on the geriatric and frail elderly population, the group at highest risk for readmission. Project BOOST (Better Outcomes for Older Adults through Safe Transitions), an evidenced-based intervention, will be the foundation for the program, which aims to improve care coordination in the hospital and 30 days post-discharge, build a transition care bridge from the inpatient to the post-acute setting, increase patient autonomy with self-management of care, improve communication with primary care providers, and decrease avoidable 30-day chronic disease readmission rates.
Amount: $1,118,929
Term: 36 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
To support the sustainability and expansion of the Canoga Park Health Improvement Zone, an initiative in partnership with the LA Unified School District, CSU Northridge, and the Parent Institute for Quality Education. The project aims to promote improved health behaviors among students at five LAUSD schools in Canoga Park, provide health and fitness education missing from public schools, and reduce the impact of chronic disease.
Amount: $290,000
Term: 12 months

Providence Health & Services Southern California
To support the Providence Ambulatory and Home Palliative Care Program in the San Fernando Valley. The program will expand access to palliative services to outpatient and home settings, both to patients who have received inpatient care and to those in the community living with advanced illness.
Amount: $759,700
Term: 36 months

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
To support the first year implementation of the Providence Health & Services Chronic Disease Mobile Outreach Clinic. The Providence Mobile Clinic will serve uninsured adults residing in the San Fernando Valley who suffer from chronic disease or are found to be at high risk of developing chronic conditions.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 15 months

Providence TrinityCare Hospice
To support an innovative model of cancer care, in which each cancer patient in the program will receive care from an interdisciplinary palliative care-trained team from the time of diagnosis to cure and survivorship or to hospice and death. The team will include a physician, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, social worker and chaplain working in close collaboration with the patient's oncology team. Not only will the team provide services consistent with established national guidelines and standards, but their paradigm of care will be broadened by embracing 'Whole Person Care,' a richer scope of care developed by Balfour Mount and colleagues at McGill University.
Amount: $971,300
Term: 36 months

St. Francis Medical Center
To support St. Francis Medical Center in partnership with St. Vincent Medical Center to achieve the goals of the Triple Aim by launching an innovative integrated care support model to improve the patient care experience and population health outcomes and reduce the cost of care associated with serving the chronically ill patient population.
Amount: $1,201,738
Term: 36 months

St. Joseph Hospital of Orange
To support the launch of a Psychiatric Emergency Clinical Decision Unit (PECDU). The addition of a PECDU to the hospital's emergency department will allow St. Joseph's staff to effectively triage and stabilize psychiatric patients, with the ultimate goal of expediting their entry into appropriate services to contribute to their stability and well-being. By creating capacity to serve patients in a manner appropriate for their presenting condition, St. Joseph's will provide more effective and compassionate care for both psychiatric and non-psychiatric patients in Orange County.
Amount: $900,000
Term: 36 months

St. Jude Medical Center
To support a 6-month planning period to develop an implementation plan for a multi-industry (hospital, skilled nursing facility, medical practice foundation) quality of care project to improve clinical outcomes for residents of are Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Amount: $57,837
Term: 6 months

St. Vincent Medical Center
To support the planning and development of a sustainable comprehensive, integrated palliative care program in conjunction with a consulting engagement with Dr. Steven Pantilat, Director of the Palliative Care Program & Palliative Care Leadership Center at UC San Francisco.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Torrance Memorial Medical Center
To enhance the Care Coordination Center and Ambulatory Care Management Programs to support patient care transitions for seniors following an inpatient admission or emergency department visit. The programs work together to improve the quality of care provided to patients in the critical period following an admission or visit, thereby reducing unnecessary hospitalizations. The ultimate goal is to support improved patient engagement in care transitions with the addition of key staff and training.
Amount: $602,398
Term: 24 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Health
To create the Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF) Care Coordination Program, an effective care coordination infrastructure required for recognition as a Level 3 patient-centered medical home from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Amount: $617,966
Term: 36 months

UCLA Health
To create and evaluate a formal comprehensive care coordinator curriculum essential to the Primary Care Innovation Model (PCIM), a pioneering new approach to the delivery of primary care health services. A key role within the PCIM is that of the unlicensed care coordinator. Grant funds will support the transformation of a pilot training module into a formal curriculum, the evaluation of the curriculum's implementation and its dissemination beyond the UCLA Health System.
Amount: $596,647
Term: 24 months

UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
To support the Rape Treatment Center's School Program for adolescents. The program provides: rape/sexual abuse prevention education for male and female students in middle and high schools; crisis counseling and access to treatment, advocacy, and other support services for students who have been victimized; and training/education for school personnel.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 24 months

University of California, San Francisco
To support the expansion of the Palliative Care Quality Network (PCQN), a continuous learning collaborative committed to improving the quality of palliative care services provided to patients and their families.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 24 months

USC School of Pharmacy
To support the development and dissemination of health education materials to underserved, low-literacy, Latino populations in Los Angeles. Funds will be used to review, revise, print, and distribute its existing fotonovelas on pediatric asthma, childhood obesity, and diabetes.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 6 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support the integration of Valley Presbyterian Hospital's (VPH) system of managed care with its local Federally Qualified Health Care (FQHC) partners, Northeast Valley Health Corporation and Valley Community Healthcare. The project will focus on Medi-Cal enrollees managed under Health Care LA Independent Physicians Association and will develop empirically-driven, tightly-coordinated, documentable interventions that will be executed by VPH and its FQHC partners with the goal of increasing the level of interaction the patients receive while reducing the level of acute inpatient and other hospital-based utilization. The efficiencies achieved will improve the overall financial stability of VPH and the FQHCs while benefitting all patients receiving care from these organizations.
Amount: $1,050,698
Term: 36 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship (2014-2015)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

White Memorial Medical Center
To support the implementation of the organizational, technical, and clinical components needed to redesign care delivery, improve outcomes for all patients, and prepare the hospital to meet the requirements of new healthcare policies associated with health care reform. WMMC will implement a strategy for vertical integration of services with the goal of enhancing the care continuum in the hospital, the hospital outpatient setting, the WMMC Diabetes Program, and private physician offices.
Amount: $1,050,000
Term: 36 months

2013

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the California Hospital Medical Center, in partnership with Esperanza Community Housing Corporation, St. John's Well Child and Family Clinic, and Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center, in implementing this project to decrease preventable emergency room use by asthmatic children.
Amount: $676,955
Term: 36 months

Catalina Island Medical Center
To work with individuals, families, groups, schools, businesses, government, and other sectors of the Catalina Island community to reduce the barriers to healthy eating and active living, with the ultimate goal of reducing the problem of obesity and related health conditions.
Amount: $199,996
Term: 24 months

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
To demonstrate, evaluate, and disseminate a model of transitional care after hospitalization for frail, vulnerable adults.
Amount: $598,571
Term: 24 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
To support a tracking system for breastmilk collection, formula presentation and feeding.
Amount: $189,121
Term: 12 months

City of Hope
To support an interdisciplinary pilot project to train physicians to identify and prevent serious blood clots (venous thromboembolism) in cancer patients.
Amount: $119,053
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
To support the Partnership for Community Wellness: Psychosocial and Behavioral Summer Camp Program, a culturally tailored, multi-dimensional summer camp program for K-5 underserved Latino and Korean students at the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools in Pico-Union/Koreatown.
Amount: $549,329
Term: 24 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
To support a comprehensive multidisciplinary clinic/program to help obese children achieve and maintain weight loss.
Amount: $468,358
Term: 24 months

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital
To support the development of an interdisciplinary hospital-based palliative care program focused on symptom management and intensive patient-physician-family communication that clarifies the goals of treatment and provides coordination of desired services across healthcare settings.
Amount: $71,950
Term: 12 months

Hoag Hospital Newport Beach
To support the Orange County Vital Aging Program (OCVAP), a population-based approach for educating and enabling the public to improve their cognitive health and physicians to improve their cognitive healthcare delivery. Now the OCVAP proposes building upon its existing structure to help close the gap between the community's cognitive healthcare needs and the physician's ability to address them.
Amount: $449,460
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
To support the USC Keck School of Medicine, in conjunction with LAC+USC Medical Center, in providing the personnel needed to educate and supervise residents and faculty in innovative patient safety/quality improvement initiatives, monitor outcomes and disseminate best practices through national publications.
Amount: $600,000
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
To support the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Program, a collaboration between the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Norris Cancer Hospital, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and Los Angeles County Hospital. The aim of the Program is to improve AYA oncology patients' survival rates by developing and implementing a multi-disciplinary, collaborative care model that addresses the unique clinical needs of the AYA population.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
To support the VIP Elder Abuse Forensic Center.
Amount: $25,000
Term: 6 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
To support the VIP Community Mental Health Center in providing access to mental health services for all children who have been detained by the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) or who are at risk for detention.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 24 months

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
To support a partnership between Loma Linda University School of Dentistry (LLUSD) and MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity), a multi-faceted social service organization in the northeast San Fernando Valley, to provide dental treatment to MEND clients, individuals with incomes below the Federal Poverty Level and without access to dental care.
Amount: $154,425
Term: 18 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
To support a partnership betwenn the JWCH Institute and the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services for the Healthy Way LA Homeless Enrollment, Care Coordination, and Retention Initiative (HWLA Homeless Initiative). The purpose of the Initiative is to increase enrollment of homeless individuals in HWLA and provide intensive care coordination for these new enrollees.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
To support t the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (LADHS) in partnership with the Skid Row Housing Trust to develop the Health Care Clinic at the Star Apartments supportive housing.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 9 months

MemorialCare Health System
To support the development and expansion of the company's In Balance employee wellness pilot project.
Amount: $311,000
Term: 12 months

New Directions for Veterans
To support a continuum of care emphasizing treatment and housing for veterans involved in the criminal justice system.
Amount: $350,000
Term: 24 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
To support the launch of the Canoga Park Health Improvement Zone. This pilot program will strengthen health, academic, and social supports at four low-performing Title 1 schools (Canoga Park Elementary, Hart Street Elementary, Columbus Middle School, and Canoga Park High School) in the low-income, primarily Latino community of Canoga Park located in the San Fernando Valley. The mission of the Canoga Park Health Improvement Zone is to facilitate a comprehensive network of school-community linked programs and services designed to promote the healthy development of youth and families through the promotion of community health.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
To support a Medical Respite Care program for homeless patients treated at the emergency room or discharged from the hospital. This project will be implemented by Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and its community benefit partner recipients, the Pomona Community Health Center, the YWCA of San Gabriel Valley, and the National Health Foundation, with technical assistance provided by the Corporation for Supportive Housing.
Amount: $916,376
Term: 36 months

St. Joseph Hospital of Orange
To support St. Joseph Hospital of Orange and the Illumination Foundation for the Chronic Care PLUS program to better meet the healthcare needs of homeless persons who are the most frequent users of the hospital's emergency department.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCI School of Medicine
To support emerging telehealth technology enabling frontline forensic center workers, including detectives, social workers, and ombudsman, to link with physicians and geropsychologists at the UC Irvine Medical Center.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 24 months

UCLA Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health
To add functionality to the Health Forecasting Tool, a web-based interface that allows anyone to access information to gauge the future health impacts of changes in programs and policies on populations.
Amount: $450,177
Term: 36 months

UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
To support a program that provides sexual abuse prevention education for at-risk male and female adolescents in local schools as well as crisis counseling and access to treatment (medical care and counseling), advocacy, and other support services for teens who have been sexually assaulted and abused.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship (2013-2014)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

White Memorial Medical Center
To support comprehensive supportive services leading to permanent housing, enrollment in benefits programs, and linkages to a medical home for frequent users of its emergency department. White Memorial will work with its partners, the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) and Housing Works, the Frequent User Systems Engagement (FUSE) model developed by CSH, which has proven successful with homeless patients, will be implemented.
Amount: $299,808
Term: 18 months

2012

CaliforniaKids Healthcare Foundation
To support the maintenance of health care coverage for current members.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation
To support the continued development of its model of health promotion interventions for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities who are living in group residential settings. This project will look more closely at individuals who have progressing conditions related to aging, but would like to maintain as much function, cognition, endurance and strength as possible in order to age in place, in the residences that have become their permanent homes.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center
To support the implementation of the clinical module of the hospital's recently installed Electronic Health Record system.
Amount: $450,000
Term: 24 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
To support the Patient Centered Healthcare Transition (PCHT) project which aims to achieve clinical integration that enables better healthcare delivery coordination, establishes a continuum of care for patients, and increases hospital and physician alignment.
Amount: $598,588
Term: 24 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
To support a partnership between Good Samaritan Hospital and QueensCare Family Clinic to provide a continuum of care to ensure that patients with Congestive Heart Failure have necessary follow-up care and avoid preventable Emergency Department use and hospitalizations.
Amount: $284,032
Term: 12 months

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital
To support specialized training for clinical staff who will care for newborns in the Hospital's new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Amount: $150,530
Term: 12 months

Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
To support the clinic's provision of oral health care to the homeless in central Los Angeles.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center
To support the continuation and enhancement of the SHIELD program for youth who self-injure.
Amount: $384,297
Term: 24 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

MemorialCare Health System
To support an innovative pilot program that provides coaching, education and clinical support services to help employees better manage their chronic diseases.
Amount: $232,500
Term: 12 months

Methodist Hospital of Southern California
To support the internal development and implementation of a clinical decision support system to implement best practices for diagnosis and treatment of all illnesses, make evidence-based medicine the standard of care, and accelerate the pace at which new evidence about treatment moves from research to bedside.
Amount: $175,000
Term: 12 months

Mission Community Hospital
To support the Transformation of the Mission Community Hospital (MCH) Community Campus for Health & Education project and ensure the continuation of two critical community benefit programs: Project ALTO-D and the MCH-UCLA Dental Clinic.
Amount: $70,000
Term: 12 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
To support the establishment of an interdisciplinary outpatient palliative care clinic to enhance delivery of quality care to patients with advanced or chronic illnesses.
Amount: $180,000
Term: 24 months

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
To support the development of an implementation plan for a Medical Respite Care Program to serve homeless individuals in the San Gabriel Valley who are frequent users of the hospital and who are too fragile to discharge back to the streets. Project planning will be facilitated by PVHMC, in partnership with the Pomona Community Health Center, and the YWCA San Gabriel Valley.
Amount: $162,236
Term: 12 months

Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital
To support the development and implementation of a Palliative Care and Chronic Disease Management Track for the Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital Family Medicine Residency Training Program.
Amount: $749,951
Term: 36 months

Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
To support the implementation of a Critical Care Transport Program to allow Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center to offer other community hospitals that do not have advanced cardiac and neuro interventional care the ability to transfer their patients to PSJMC in an expeditious manner where they will receive advanced, lifesaving treatment and care.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 24 months

Saint John's Health Center
To support the establishment of an outpatient palliative care clinic, enabling clinicians to earlier address the pain and symptom management of patients with life threatening chronic illnesses using a multidisciplinary team approach.
Amount: $233,949
Term: 24 months

St. Vincent Medical Center
To support the Asian Pacific Islander Health Access Collaborative between St. Vincent Medical Center, the Korean Health, Education, Information & Research Center (KHEIR) and Asian Pacific Health Care Venture (APHCV). This collaboration will (1) provide a continuum of care, from screening to specialty care, for patients testing positive for breast cancer, Hepatitis B or diabetes, (2) provide health insurance options and enrollment assistance for uninsured patients requiring primary or specialty care, and, (3) ensure patients have a medical home.
Amount: $264,032
Term: 24 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Health System
To support the development and implementation of a pediatric palliative care telehealth consultation program (both education and direct clinical services) for children with life threatening medical conditions at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center (SM-UCLA), a community hospital within the UCLA system. This project will expand direct clinical services of the UCLA Children's Comfort Care Program to SM-UCLA using both telehealth technology and in-person consultations.
Amount: $898,952
Term: 36 months

USC School of Pharmacy
To help safety net clinics in Los Angeles County identify and implement the best option, clinically and financially, for providing safe and optimal prescription medications to their patients.
Amount: $149,896
Term: 24 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support an organization-wide assessment of core competencies and develop a business plan to reduce costs and improve health care outcomes.
Amount: $120,000
Term: 12 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship (2012-2013)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

White Memorial Medical Center
To support the design and pilot of the organizational, technical, and clinical components needed to redesign care delivery, improve patient outcomes and prepare the hospital to meet requirements of new healthcare policies beginning in 2013. The objectives of this grant are to design and pilot the systems necessary to (1) increase physical-hospital alignment and vertical integration overall, (2) improve patient outcomes through care delivery re-design and better continuity and coordination of care, (3) improve communication and health information exchange among departments and between in-patient and outpatient settings, and (4) institutionally embed the training components necessary to ensure residents with the educational content necessary to practice successfully in a changing healthcare landscape.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 24 months

2011

Beverly Hospital
To support EDAP, a program within the Emergency Care Center, that provides life-saving services to children up to age 14 and enables Beverly Hospital to accept and treat high risk pediatric patients from their primary service area.
Amount: $452,100
Term: 36 months

California Hospital Medical Center
A collaborative effort between California Hospital Medical Center and Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center to provide (1) care coordination services for uninsured adults with diabetes who require medication control and are referred by members of the Southside Coalition of Community Centers and (2) periodontal and basic dental care for these referrals.
Amount: $488,640
Term: 36 months

California Hospital Medical Center
In partnership with the Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center and the USC/CHMC Family Medicine Residency Program, to develop a new model for a sustainable seamless system of care, which will demonstrate how a partnership of a private non-profit teaching hospital and its residency program can be integrated with a safety net clinic and private physician practices.
Amount: $350,000
Term: 12 months

CaliforniaKids Healthcare Foundation
To provide access to comprehensive outpatient medical, dental, and behavioral health care services to uninsured children, ages 2 through 18.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation
To assist Casa Colina in the development and implementation of an entity-wide rehabilitation-oriented Electronic Health Record that includes an extensive continuum of care.
Amount: $628,036
Term: 27 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To plan and design a system that will ensure that pediatric patients in the community have access to a high-quality continuum of care. Ultimately, this planning process will result in the development of a pediatric managed care system for Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
Amount: $1,050,000
Term: 36 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
To implement bar coded medication administration to enable the safest administration of medicine to patients.
Amount: $350,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
To support Partnership for Community Wellness, a culturally tailored, comprehensive, K-12 school-based, family-oriented obesity prevention intervention for underserved Latino and Asian students and families at Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools in the Pico-Union/Koreatown neighborhoods in Los Angeles County.
Amount: $549,656
Term: 24 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the implementation of the Patient Partners Program, an initiative designed to enhance outcomes and reduce hospital readmission rates among medically indigent chronic-disease patients.
Amount: $877,156
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
To provide neuropsychological assessments of victims of abuse and neglect and professional reports of neuropsychological assessments; to sustain the Center's operations and establish a sustainability plan.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
In partnership with LAC+USC Medical Center, to improve access to care for patients served by Medical Center's primary care clinics, improve the ambulatory care experience for internal medicine residents who work in the clinics, and decrease emergency room visits by developing a coordinated system of care.
Amount: $750,000
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
In partnership with Saint Camillus Center for Spiritual Care, to ensure the availability of professionally prepared pastoral care staff for the LAC+USC Health Network as well as other hospitals in Los Angeles County.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 36 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging
To support the Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), which gives needy seniors all of their health, medical and social services in day health centers, homes, hospitals and, in most severe cases, nursing homes.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 24 months

Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA
To reduce the prevalence and the short and long-term consequences of pediatric obesity in Los Angeles through face-to-face and telemedicine health service delivery.
Amount: $749,560
Term: 36 months

MetroCare Regional Health System
To design a model of care and health care delivery system that is coordinated, effective, efficient and based upon the tenets of the medical home.
Amount: $500,000
Term: 18 months

New Directions for Veterans
To support this pilot program, which will encompass virtually all of the younger veterans the agency treats while creating a model which better integrates mental health services with existing substance abuse treatment services to a population of Post-Vietnam era veterans, age 45 or younger, in residence at NDI facilities.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
To support the Enhanced Palliative Interdisciplinary Care (EPIC) program, a coordinated interdisciplinary palliative care service comprised of a team of committed professionals responsible for designing customized treatment plans based on the patient's individual needs (clinical, psychosocial and spiritual) and establishing an environment that encourages education and communication across multiple disciplines.
Amount: $1,048,178
Term: 36 months

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance
To support a three-year pilot program of interdisciplinary clinical simulation training involving physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, and technicians from the Emergency Department , Perioperative Services, Women's Health, and Intensive Care.
Amount: $991,770
Term: 36 months

Providence Tarzana Medical Center
For the development of an innovative care program which will allow patients with colon and rectal cancer to receive diagnostic and treatment services in their own community.
Amount: $295,844
Term: 12 months

Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
To support a Stroke Continuum of Care, which integrates 4 novel programs: the Acute Neurology/Stroke Unit, the Rancho Rehabilitation Revolution (R3), a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) for Stroke, and the Wellness Center. The overarching goal is to assess and fine-tune the existing infrastructure for the Stroke Continuum of Care and to develop similar models for other neurologic disorders.
Amount: $699,547
Term: 24 months

Shriners Hospitals for Children - Los Angeles
To increase access to specialized healthcare for children up to age 18 in the Greater Los Angeles and Orange County areas. PUSH will (1) concentrate on public outreach activities that provide information on clinical services and treatments to benefit the community at large and (2) increase access to comprehensive pediatric specialty care at SHC-LA via partnerships with community clinics and other healthcare organizations.
Amount: $450,000
Term: 36 months

St. Francis Medical Center
In collaboration with Mount St. Mary's College, to support the professional development of up to 20 nurses who currently have an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and who wish to enroll in the College's ADN to MSN Program to pursue a bachelors and masters degree in nursing.
Amount: $53,707
Term: 24 months

St. Joseph Health System
For operational support and expansion of the HealthPresence (telemedicine) project. SJHS is implementing HealthPresence - the use of innovative, highly interactive telemedicine technology - to bring healthcare to the community at large, particularly the most vulnerable populations.
Amount: $615,640
Term: 24 months

St. Mary Medical Center
To expand the Kellee Murchison-Bennett Love Your Heart Program which works to prevent and treat cardiac illness in women. The program aims to increase access to diagnostic and treatment services, provide women with the tools to take control of their health while maintaining preventative measures and lifestyle changes for themselves and their families, and reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease among women and girls in the greater Long Beach area.
Amount: $175,000
Term: 12 months

UCI School of Medicine
To strengthen Orange County's response to elder abuse by increasing access to medical and psychological evaluations for elder abuse victims, providing training on elder abuse detection and intervention for local professionals who interact with vulnerable elderly, and enhancing communication and coordination between and among the various policy makers, government offices, community and business leaders, and non-profit agencies that serve elder abuse victims in Orange County.
Amount: $480,000
Term: 30 months

UCI School of Medicine
To develop and implement a new curriculum that will support the integration of bedside ultrasound into medical education and clinical practice. Utilization of bedside ultrasound will complement the pre-clinical curriculum and enhance the art and science of the physical examination.
Amount: $631,400
Term: 36 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
To provide sexual abuse prevention education programs, crisis counseling, and access to treatment for at-risk male and female adolescents in Los Angeles County high schools.
Amount: $129,247
Term: 12 months

University of California, San Francisco
To support the sustainability, growth, and improvement of palliative care services by collecting, reporting and sharing a uniform set of operational, clinical, satisfaction, and financial data that will be used to identify and share best practices.
Amount: $1,084,725
Term: 36 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support the next phase of the Clinical Practice Re-Design program - the implementation of the MEDITECH electronic Bedside Medication Verification and electronic Medication Administration Record modules.
Amount: $228,509
Term: 12 months

West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
To purchase sports injury insurance coverage for economically disadvantaged at-risk youth at three high schools in Long Beach Unified School District: Jordan, Poly, and Wilson High Schools.
Amount: $228,000
Term: 12 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship (2011-2012)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2010

Barlow Respiratory Hospital
Health Workforce Transformation Program for Respiratory Therapists
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Virtual NICU Research Study (Phase II)
Amount: $683,788
Term: 49 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
NICU Extremely Low Birth-Rate Baby Unit
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

City of Hope
Visits Impact Prevention (VIP) Program
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

Daughters of Charity Health System
Clinical Advancement in Research & Education (CARE)
Amount: $800,000
Term: 30 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center
Child & Adolescent Evidence Based Treatment Program
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
ACCESS Project
Amount: $100,000
Term: 19 months

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital
ICU Expansion & Improvement
Amount: $405,000
Term: 24 months

Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
Hired, Not Homeless -- Oral Health Care for the Homeless Program
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Hoag Hospital Newport Beach
Orange County Vital Aging
Amount: $772,500
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
LAC+USC Accreditation Quality Assurance Initiative (Phase II)
Amount: $300,000
Term: 36 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
VIP Pediatric Extended Care Center
Amount: $369,887
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
Community Service Program
Amount: $260,651
Term: 24 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Methodist Hospital of Southern California
Physician Engagement for CPOE Readiness
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Mission Community Hospital
Dentist Service Continuation (DSC) Project
Amount: $133,218
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Palliative Care Planning
Amount: $40,800
Term: 9 months

Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program
Amount: $303,617
Term: 12 months

Providence TrinityCare Hospice Foundation
TrinityKids Care
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Torrance Memorial Medical Center
RN/CNA Education Program for Prevention of Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers (HAPU)
Amount: $349,554
Term: 24 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCI School of Medicine
Elder Abuse Training Institute
Amount: $100,000
Term: 16 months

UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Rape Treatment Center School Program
Amount: $98,505
Term: 12 months

United States Veterans Initiative
Veterans Re-Entry Project
Amount: $373,080
Term: 36 months

USC School of Pharmacy
Pharmacist Clinical Service Delivery Expansion and Medication Safety Improvement
Amount: $401,370
Term: 24 months

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital
Nursing Education Initiative
Amount: $92,805
Term: 16 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship (2010-2011)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2009

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Institute for Healthcare Improvement
From the Top: Advanced-Level Trustees Program
Amount: $136,000
Term: 12 months

Institute for Healthcare Improvement
From the Top: The Role of the Board in Quality & Safety
Amount: $60,460
Term: 4 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Technical Assistance for the Northridge Family Practice Residency Program
Amount: $56,860
Term: 8 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology
Support for Geriatrics Programs
Amount: $5,000
Term: 12 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2008

California Hospital Medical Center
LA Best Babies Network: Quality Improvement in Postpartum Care to Reduce Disparities
Amount: $399,940
Term: 24 months

California Hospital Medical Center
Periodontal and Chronic Disease Care Program, Community Dental Partnership
Amount: $824,773
Term: 36 months

Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation
Medically Directed Wellness Program for Adults Aging with an Intellectual/Developmental Disability
Amount: $842,520
Term: 49 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
CHOC at Mission Implementation of the Strategic Balanced Scorecard Initiative
Amount: $250,000
Term: 27 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
International Medical Graduate (IMG) Program Scholarship (2008-2009)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Geriatric Medicine
Team Care to Manage Chronic Illnesses in Older Persons
Amount: $548,487
Term: 43 months

Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center
Unified Patient Accounting System
Amount: $400,000
Term: 28 months

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
Chronic Disease Management Program
Amount: $351,700
Term: 48 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
Inpatient Palliative Care Program
Amount: $986,978
Term: 36 months

Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
Health Care Construction Summit II
Amount: $5,000
Term: 1 month

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Clinical and Translational Science Institute Center for Community Translation (CCT II)
Amount: $66,480
Term: 27 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Clinical and Translational Science Institute Center for Community Translation (CCT I)
Amount: $598,439
Term: 36 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
Expansion of the Camino de Salud Network
Amount: $150,000
Term: 30 months

LAC+USC Medical Center
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Subspecialty Clinic
Amount: $580,885
Term: 24 months

Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center
SHIELD (Self Harm Intensive Education, Learning, and Development)
Amount: $633,903
Term: 36 months

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
Community Service Program
Amount: $211,667
Term: 29 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Mission Community Hospital
Psychiatric Evaluation & Counseling Center (PECC)
Amount: $429,984
Term: 36 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Specialty Care Virtual Access Referral Network Planning Grant
Amount: $75,000
Term: 6 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Yvonne Wiggins Nursing Leadership Program
Amount: $200,000
Term: 60 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Destination Northridge
Amount: $861,651
Term: 36 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
Vaughn School Based Health Center
Amount: $648,946
Term: 36 months

Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital
In Home Palliative Care Program
Amount: $559,203
Term: 36 months

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
Facey Community Benefit Program & Providence Advanced Care Planning/Palliative Care Program
Amount: $615,959
Term: 48 months

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance
Advancement of Nursing Clinical Quality & Safety Program
Amount: $938,052
Term: 36 months

Saint John's Health Center
Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Program Implementation for Nursing
Amount: $385,902
Term: 24 months

St. Francis Medical Center
Patient Care Institute- Registered Nurse Specialty Training Program
Amount: $288,000
Term: 24 months

UCI Program in Nursing Science
Clinical Nurse Educator Program (CNEP)
Amount: $284,795
Term: 29 months

UCI School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA Health System
Preserving Patient Safety and Quality During Transition to New Facilities
Amount: $341,000
Term: 33 months

UCLA Health System
Angels Among Us: Changing the Paradigm of Pediatric Palliative Care
Amount: $1,050,000
Term: 48 months

UCLA Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health
Population Health Forecasting
Amount: $748,745
Term: 48 months

West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
Team To Win
Amount: $216,000
Term: 12 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2007

Beverly Hospital
Spanish-Speaking Caregiver Support and Training Program
Amount: $330,392
Term: 24 months

California Hospital Medical Center
Trauma and Emergency Services Center Expansion Project
Amount: $1,000,000
Term: 36 months

California Hospital Medical Center
Enhanced Healthy Eating and Lifestyles Program (HELP)
Amount: $10,068
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
A Plan for Integrative Communication
Amount: $300,000
Term: 18 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
Strategic Balanced Scorecard Initiative
Amount: $250,000
Term: 12 months

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
Ambulatory Care Center and Acute Care Access Planning Grant
Amount: $350,000
Term: 12 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
Community Palliative Care Nurses
Amount: $399,000
Term: 24 months

City of Hope National Medical Center
Evidence-Based Practice Nurse Champions
Amount: $511,130
Term: 36 months

County of Orange Social Services Agency
Orange County One-e-App Implementation
Amount: $167,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
UCLA International Medical Graduate Program
Amount: $128,700
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center
Client Records and Billing Software
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
Inpatient Acupuncture Implementation and Assessment Program
Amount: $218,350
Term: 28 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Enhanced Healthy Eating and Lifestyles Program (HELP)
Amount: $10,068
Term: 12 months

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
Dementia Education Project
Amount: $250,000
Term: 36 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
Enhanced Healthy Eating and Lifestyles Program (HELP)
Amount: $10,068
Term: 12 months

Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Reducing Harm Through Effective Board Leadership of Quality
Amount: $354,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University Medical Center
ARIS Unit for Catalina Island Medical Center
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging
LVN Student Recruitment and Scholarship Project
Amount: $340,450
Term: 24 months

Miller Children's Hospital
The Home Health Pediatric Program and the Geraldine A. Stramski Children's Developmental Center
Amount: $12,500
Term: 12 months

Mission Community Hospital
Faculty Salary for Dental Clinic
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Mission Community Hospital
Nursing and Health Career Program with Mission Community College and Vaughn Next Century Learning Center
Amount: $500,000
Term: 36 months

National Health Foundation
Hospital Patient Safety Collaboratives
Amount: $1,200,000
Term: 18 months

National Health Foundation
Enhanced Healthy Eating and Lifestyles Program (HELP)
Amount: $9,929
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Residency to Practice Program
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
Spanish-Language Latino Outreach Cancer Program
Amount: $630,000
Term: 36 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
The Olive View Memory Disorders Program
Amount: $357,000
Term: 18 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
Arthritis Empowerment Program
Amount: $263,039
Term: 36 months

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
Health System Enhancement Patient Care Redesign Project
Amount: $588,000
Term: 18 months

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
Patient Safety Training
Amount: $300,000
Term: 15 months

St. Francis Medical Center
St. Francis Career College-PUENTE Learning Center Step-up! Program
Amount: $381,885
Term: 24 months

St. Jude Medical Center
Improving the Quality and Effectiveness of Care for Late Life Depression
Amount: $408,859
Term: 24 months

St. Mary Medical Center
Long Beach Accelerated Nurse Scholar Program
Amount: $487,904
Term: 36 months

The Leapfrog Group
Quality and Future of Healthcare Governance Conference
Amount: $120,000
Term: 12 months

University of California, Irvine College of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

University of California, San Diego
2008 California Partnership of Healthcare Advocates Statewide Conference
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
Los Angeles County Elder Abuse Forensic Center
Amount: $365,310
Term: 36 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
Valley Presbyterian Hospital Nurse Development Program
Amount: $1,418,503
Term: 36 months

Verdugo Hills Hospital
A Balanced Life
Amount: $170,448
Term: 12 months

Western University of Health Sciences
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

2006

Anaheim Memorial Medical Center
Community Resource Liaison Services
Amount: $145,000
Term: 12 months

Antelope Valley Hospital
Healthy Homes: Health Education for High-Risk Pregnant Women
Amount: $236,528
Term: 12 months

California Community Foundation
LAC-USC Replacement Facility Transition Project Planning Grant
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Simulation Laboratory & Clinical Preceptors for Nursing Students
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
"Virtual" Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Amount: $845,956
Term: 24 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Long Beach
Outcome Measures for Dual Diagnosis
Amount: $88,655
Term: 12 months

Downey Regional Medical Center
Bridge to Nursing Program
Amount: $474,938
Term: 24 months

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
Breastfeeding Follow-up Clinic
Amount: $599,326
Term: 36 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
Matching Grant for Nursing Education with Mount St. Mary's College
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital
Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
Amount: $500,000
Term: 12 months

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
Advancing Nursing Education with Vanguard University
Amount: $500,000
Term: 36 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
Parent Connection Program
Amount: $35,625
Term: 12 months

Loma Linda University Medical Center
LLUMC Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Clinic: Establishing its Future
Amount: $334,525
Term: 36 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Methodist Hospital of Southern California
Methodist Hospital and Pasadena City College Specialty Care Residency Program
Amount: $717,981
Term: 36 months

Miller Children's Hospital
Children's Abuse and Violence Intervention Center
Amount: $450,000
Term: 24 months

Motion Picture & Television Fund Hospital
Elder Connection Program Within a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community
Amount: $195,940
Term: 24 months

Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital Torrance
El Camino Community College Nursing Extension Program at Little Company of Mary
Amount: $180,483
Term: 18 months

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.
Phase II Design and Initial Implementation of One-e-App in Los Angeles County
Amount: $500,000
Term: 12 months

Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
Dysphagia Care Among Seniors in Los Angeles County: Planning & Pilot
Amount: $440,814
Term: 36 months

Saint John's Health Center
Simulation Laboratory & Clinical Preceptors for Nursing Students
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Saint John's Health Center
Lift Team Reinstatement
Amount: $691,600
Term: 24 months

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
Children's Health Access Program
Amount: $196,965
Term: 12 months

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center
Rape Treatment Center School Program
Amount: $300,176
Term: 24 months

St. Joseph Health System
Language Access Cultural Competency Project
Amount: $201,000
Term: 24 months

St. Joseph Hospital of Orange
Caring for Women with Maternal Depression
Amount: $719,150
Term: 36 months

Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Collaborative to Expand Nursing School Enrollment
Amount: $500,000
Term: 24 months

UCLA School of Dentistry
Integrating Community-Based Dental & Primary Care Services in Los Angeles
Amount: $1,113,331
Term: 36 months

UCLA School of Nursing
Simulation Laboratory and Clinical Preceptors for Nursing Students
Amount: $185,320
Term: 12 months

University of California, Irvine College of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
LAC+USC Accreditation Quality Assurance Initiative
Amount: $525,000
Term: 36 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
Health Information Management
Amount: $450,000
Term: 36 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
Improving Pain Management &Palliative Care Skills of Professional Caregivers
Amount: $392,422
Term: 36 months

West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
Team To Win Insurance
Amount: $116,344
Term: 12 months

White Memorial Medical Center
Vascular Health for Seniors
Amount: $537,538
Term: 24 months

2005

Beverly Hospital
For the Caregiver Support and Training Program
Amount: $450,000
Term: 24 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the USC/CHMC Family Medicine Residency Program Strategic Planning and Improvement Project
Amount: $350,000
Term: 12 months

California Hospital Medical Center
For the Community Dental Partnership
Amount: $846,940
Term: 24 months

Casa Colina Hospital for Rehabilitative Medicine
For the Specialist Physicians in the Rehabilitation Continuum Project
Amount: $359,027
Term: 36 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
For the RN/LVN Nurse Mentoring and Professional Development Program
Amount: $512,500
Term: 36 months

City of Hope National Medical Center
To support Self-Care Strategies for Oncology: A Nursing Wellness Program
Amount: $354,637
Term: 36 months

Community Hospital of Long Beach
For the Wellness Center
Amount: $409,750
Term: 24 months

Community Partners on behalf of King/Drew Medical Center
To support the activities of the Steering Committee on the Future of King/Drew Medical Center
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
To support the RN Scholarship and Retention Program with Mount St. Mary's College
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
For the Student Health Services Project
Amount: $373,496
Term: 36 months

LAC + USC Medical Center
For the Camino de Salud Program
Amount: $758,508
Term: 36 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
To support the Versant RN Residency Program
Amount: $840,517
Term: 36 months

Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital
For the Advancing the State of the Art in Community Benefit Demonstration Project
Amount: $81,342
Term: 15 months

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
For the Latino Senior Outreach Project
Amount: $125,252
Term: 12 months

Sepulveda Research Corporation on behalf of UCLA Medical Center and the Veterans Administration Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
For Educating Providers to Practice Family-Oriented End-of-Life Care
Amount: $241,945
Term: 24 months

Sherman Oaks Hospital and Health Center
For the Early Stage Alzheimer's Project
Amount: $259,169
Term: 12 months

St. Francis Medical Center
To support the Comprehensive Master Plan for St. Francis Career College
Amount: $199,100
Term: 18 months

St. Francis Medical Center
For the UniHealth Scholarships for Success
Amount: $420,000
Term: 24 months

St. Jude Medical Center
For the Advancing the State of the Art in Community Benefit Demonstration Project
Amount: $81,342
Term: 15 months

Tarzana Treatment Centers
For Project Helping Our Community Succeed
Amount: $509,479
Term: 36 months

UCLA Healthcare
For Angels Among Us: Changing the Paradigm for Treatment of Children with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions
Amount: $549,783
Term: 36 months

UCLA Healthcare
To support the Targeted Insulin Therapy for Improved Hospital Outcomes Project
Amount: $324,300
Term: 24 months

UCLA Healthcare
To support an Ethics Education Program for Ethics Committee Members
Amount: $116,657
Term: 18 months

UCLA School of Dentistry
For Developing a Sustainable Model that Integrates Community-Based Dental and Primary Care Services
Amount: $124,147
Term: 12 months

University of California Irvine
For the Elder Abuse Training Institute
Amount: $560,899
Term: 36 months

University of California Irvine
For the Program in Medical Education for the Latino Community
Amount: $1,007,229
Term: 36 months

University of California, Irvine College of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

USC School of Dentistry
For the Keep Smiling Project
Amount: $151,622
Term: 12 months

White Memorial Medical Center
For the Nursing Careers Program
Amount: $464,700
Term: 24 months

2004

Anaheim Memorial Medical Center
For the Healthy Senior Program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Barlow Respiratory Hospital
For Interdisciplinary Consultative Acute Palliative Care Services
Amount: $300,000
Term: 36 months

Beverly Hospital
To support the New Graduate Nurse Internship Program in partnership with Rio Hondo College
Amount: $672,604
Term: 36 months

California Community Foundation
To support the Los Angeles County One-e-App Fund Feasibility Study
Amount: $500,000
Term: 12 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Reach Out and Read Program
Amount: $38,150
Term: 12 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Nurse-Family Partnership
Amount: $933,597
Term: 36 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the development of the Health Eating and Lifestyle Program (HELP), an intervention to help overweight children aged 5-12 years and their families adopt healthier eating habits and increase physical activity.
Amount: $991,103
Term: 36 months

Casa Colina Hospital for Rehabilitative Medicine
For Improving Rehabilitation Outcomes with the Use of a Therapy Courtyard
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
For continued support of the South Central Los Angeles Health Care Alliance
Amount: $370,000
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To support the development of the Health Eating and Lifestyle Program (HELP), an intervention to help overweight children aged 5-12 years and their families adopt healthier eating habits and increase physical activity.
Amount: $594,625
Term: 36 months

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
To support the Hospital Outreach Project
Amount: $349,978
Term: 24 months

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
To support the Youth 'N Fitness Program at Manual Arts High School
Amount: $249,734
Term: 24 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
For the Palliative Care Program for Latino Patients and Families
Amount: $548,060
Term: 36 months

Community Hospital of Long Beach
To support the Sun Protection Project of Long Beach, an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of skin cancer and develop tools for a variety of agencies to use to promote sun protection for Long Beach residents.
Amount: $54,000
Term: 15 months

Community Partners on behalf of King/Drew Medical Center
To support the activities of the Steering Committee on the Future of King/Drew Medical Center
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Family Medicine
To support the School-Based Asthma Management Improvement Project at Sun Valley Middle School
Amount: $53,500
Term: 12 months

Department of Veterans Affairs - VA Medical Center Long Beach
To fund Outcomes Measures for Dual Diagnosis
Amount: $585,236
Term: 24 months

Downey Regional Medical Center
To support the Bridge to Nursing Program
Amount: $312,500
Term: 18 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
To support theC-Reactive Protein Cardiovascular Population Health Screening Project
Amount: $615,234
Term: 24 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
For the Family Practice Residency Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
To support the RN Scholarship and Retention Program with Mount St. Mary's College
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
To support the RN Scholarship and Retention Program with Pasadena City College
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
To support the development of the Health Eating and Lifestyle Program (HELP), an intervention to help overweight children aged 5-12 years and their families adopt healthier eating habits and increase physical activity.
Amount: $647,831
Term: 36 months

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
For continued support of the Chronic Care Program at SOS Clinic
Amount: $97,979
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
For the End-Of-Life Services Program
Amount: $262,779
Term: 24 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the Parent Connection Program
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the development of the Health Eating and Lifestyle Program (HELP), an intervention to help overweight children aged 5-12 years and their families adopt healthier eating habits and increase physical activity.
Amount: $617,835
Term: 36 months

Kaiser Foundation Hospital Bellflower
To support the Sun Protection Project of Long Beach, an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of skin cancer and develop tools for a variety of agencies to use to promote sun protection for Long Beach residents.
Amount: $46,000
Term: 15 months

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
To support the Sun Protection Project of Long Beach, an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of skin cancer and develop tools for a variety of agencies to use to promote sun protection for Long Beach residents.
Amount: $42,500
Term: 15 months

Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital
For the Sports Care Outreach and Education Program
Amount: $466,897
Term: 36 months

Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital
To support the Dental Health Community Collaborative
Amount: $550,000
Term: 24 months

MemorialCare Health System
For the MemorialCare Concept Center
Amount: $175,000
Term: 12 months

Methodist Hospital of Southern California
To support the Integrated Active Health Program
Amount: $506,568
Term: 24 months

Miller Children's Hospital
To support the Miller Children's Abuse and Violence Intervention Center School-Based Programs
Amount: $180,000
Term: 12 months

Miller Children's Hospital
To support the Sun Protection Project of Long Beach, an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of skin cancer and develop tools for a variety of agencies to use to promote sun protection for Long Beach residents.
Amount: $44,000
Term: 15 months

Mission Community Hospital
For continued support of the Northeast San Fernando Valley Community Oral Health Initiative in partnership with the UCLA School of Dentistry
Amount: $769,123
Term: 24 months

Motion Picture & Television Fund Hospital
To support Improving Healthcare Access & Care Continuity for Uninsured Members of the Entertainment Community Program
Amount: $240,000
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center - Sherman Way Campus
To support Children's Assault Treatment Services
Amount: $360,516
Term: 36 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
To support the Arthritis Empowerment Program
Amount: $249,074
Term: 36 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
For the Vaughn School-Based Health Center
Amount: $490,413
Term: 36 months

Providence Health System-Southern California
To support the "Healthy Weigh" Project
Amount: $137,751
Term: 12 months

Saint John's Health Center
For the Integrated Nurse Preceptor and Orientation Program
Amount: $498,200
Term: 36 months

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
For the Children's Health Access Program in partnership with San Gabriel Unified School District
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center
To support the Rape Treatment Center School Program
Amount: $325,945
Term: 24 months

Sherman Oaks Hospital and Health Center
For the Palliative Care and Bereavement Support Group Program
Amount: $497,200
Term: 24 months

St. Francis Medical Center
For the Health Benefits Resource Center
Amount: $60,000
Term: 12 months

St. Jude Medical Center
For the Care Redesign Program
Amount: $525,000
Term: 36 months

St. Jude Medical Center
For the North Orange County Wellness Program for Homebound Seniors
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

St. Mary Medical Center
To support the Healthy Living: Diabetes Case Management and Education Program
Amount: $504,400
Term: 36 months

St. Mary Medical Center
To support Health Professions Diversity Pipeline Program
Amount: $307,500
Term: 36 months

St. Mary Medical Center
To support the Sun Protection Project of Long Beach, an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of skin cancer and develop tools for a variety of agencies to use to promote sun protection for Long Beach residents.
Amount: $43,500
Term: 15 months

UCLA Healthcare
To support a Program to Enhance the Ethics of Medical Care
Amount: $551,030
Term: 36 months

University of California Irvine College of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

USC Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center
For Project TEACH
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
Medical Student Scholarship
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

USC School of Pharmacy
For the Implementation of Pharmacist Clinical Services to improve health outcomes for asthmatic children in Orange County
Amount: $452,475
Term: 36 months

USC School of Pharmacy
To support the Implementation and Expansion of Pharmacist Clinical Services to Improve Health Outcomes for Medically Underserved Patients
Amount: $405,150
Term: 36 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support Palliative Care and Bereavement Support Services
Amount: $611,900
Term: 24 months

Verdugo Hills Hospital
To support the "Balanced Life" Program
Amount: $159,390
Term: 12 months

West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
For Team to Win Insurance for Long Beach Unified School District High Schools
Amount: $127,400
Term: 24 months

2003

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Community Dental Partnership in collaboration with Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center and Bresee Foundation
Amount: $525,000
Term: 22 months

CaliforniaKids Healthcare Foundation
To provide 250 uninsured children in Orange County access to preventive and primary health care coverage
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Charles R. Drew University at King/Drew Medical Center
To support the South Central Los Angeles Health Care Alliance in partnership with St. John's Well Child Clinic
Amount: $362,635
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
For a needs-based medical student scholarship
Amount: $34,000
Term: 12 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
To support a strategic planning process among safety net providers to develop and strengthen health care for the uninsured and underinsured
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital
To support increased awareness among consumers and healthcare professionals regarding the availability of newer treatments in cerebral palsy
Amount: $27,608
Term: 12 months

Miller Children's Hospital
To support the Miller Children's Abuse and Violence Intervention Center's School and Clinic Based Programs
Amount: $180,000
Term: 12 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
To support the Healthy Beginnings (Comienzo Sano) Prenatal Program
Amount: $66,211
Term: 12 months

Shriners Hospitals for Children
For the Comprehensive Burn Reconstruction Program
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

St. Jude Medical Center
To support the Nursing Residency Program
Amount: $295,210
Term: 24 months

St. Mary Medical Center
To support the Foreign Nurses Training Pilot Program
Amount: $73,328
Term: 12 months

Torrance Memorial Medical Center
For maintenance of equipment and training for the Public Access Defibrillation Program
Amount: $80,000
Term: 24 months

UCLA Healthcare
To support the development of a comprehensive list of quality indicators to evaluate and improve care for patients undergoing abdominal/bowel surgery
Amount: $485,770
Term: 30 months

USC Keck School of Medicine
For a needs-based medical student scholarship
Amount: $34,000
Term: 12 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support the Stroke Prevention and Management Program in partnership with OneGeneration
Amount: $217,034
Term: 18 months

White Memorial Medical Center
For the Nursing Careers Programs in partnership with TELACU Education Foundation and Rio Hondo College
Amount: $450,000
Term: 24 months

2002

Catholic Healthcare West
To support the development and implementation of an accounting and performance monitoring system for hospital community benefit
Amount: $53,394
Term: 12 months

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
To support a case study of the planning, development and implementation of Patient Care Expert, a computerized physician order entry and information system
Amount: $366,043
Term: 24 months

Charles R. Drew University at King/Drew Medical Center
To support the South Central Los Angeles Health Care Alliance in partnership with St. John's Well Child Clinic
Amount: $268,704
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To support the pilot phase of the Ambulatory Care Initiative
Amount: $225,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To support the School-Based Clinic at Los Angeles High School
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
To support the Nursing Internship Program
Amount: $375,000
Term: 36 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
To support the Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program in partnership with Community Outreach for Prevention and Education (COPE)
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Department of Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
To support the New Directions North Dual Diagnosis Program
Amount: $250,000
Term: 12 months

Good Samaritan Hospital
To provide a matching grant for nursing education scholarships for Mount St. Mary's College Associate Degree in Nursing program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
To support a planning grant for Computerized Physician Order Entry at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Amount: $75,075
Term: 12 months

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
To support the development and implementation of an accounting and performance monitoring system for hospital community benefit
Amount: $26,696
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the Hospice Volunteer Program
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the Parent Connection Program associated with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles
To support the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals-Southern California, Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County and Los Angeles Free Clinic Collaboration
Amount: $330,000
Term: 18 months

MemorialCare Health System
To support the Multicultural One-to-One Maternal Child Health Education Program
Amount: $133,300
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center - Roscoe Campus
To support Diabetes Healthcare for the Hispanic Population
Amount: $175,000
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center - Sherman Way Campus
To support Children's Assault Treatment Services (CATS)
Amount: $84,700
Term: 12 months

Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
To support the Assistive Technology Loan Program
Amount: $183,413
Term: 12 months

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
To support the Asian Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Education Outreach Program in partnership with the Asian Pacific American Legal Center and the Center for Pacific Asian Families
Amount: $160,000
Term: 12 months

St. Francis Medical Center
To support Comprehensive Support Services at St. Francis Career College
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

St. Joseph Health System
To support the development and implementation of an accounting and performance monitoring system for hospital community benefit
Amount: $40,046
Term: 12 months

St. Joseph Hospital of Orange
To support the Extended Campus Nursing Program in partnership with Santa Ana Community College
Amount: $166,413
Term: 24 months

St. Mary Medical Center
To support the Diabetes Outreach and Treatment Program
Amount: $175,500
Term: 12 months

St. Vincent Medical Center
To support the Community Based End-Stage Renal Disease Education Project in partnership with the National Institute of Transplantation
Amount: $173,756
Term: 12 months

UCLA Healthcare
To support the Palliative Care and End-of-Life Service Program
Amount: $298,245
Term: 24 months

UCLA School of Dentistry
To support Phase III of the Northeast San Fernando Valley Community Oral Health Initiative
Amount: $350,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine
To support the Sun Valley Asthma Prevention-Intervention and Smoking Prevention Cessation Program
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

University of California Irvine Medical Center
To support increased access to the UCI Family Health Centers
Amount: $282,000
Term: 12 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To fund the Palliative Care and Bereavement Care Support Program
Amount: $396,000
Term: 24 months

2001

Beverly Hospital
To support the Obesity/Exercise Program in partnership with the Montebello YMCA and the Montebello and El Rancho Unified School Districts
Amount: $90,000
Term: 12 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Family Violence Coalition Project
Amount: $160,000
Term: 12 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Health Care Partnership for Children in partnership with The Alliance for Children's Rights, Huntington Hospital, Northridge Hospital Medical Center and Miller's Children's Hospital
Amount: $242,709
Term: 12 months

Children Affected by AIDS Foundation
To support mental health services for HIV infected children provided via the Art and Activities Program at LAC+USC Medical Center
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Burn Foundation
To support the Full Recovery Fund
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To support the development of a groundbreaking study in pediatric ambulatory care delivery and outcomes
Amount: $132,550
Term: 12 months

Citrus Valley Health Partners
To support the implementation of a Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program in partnership with Community Outreach for Prevention and Education (COPE)
Amount: $226,841
Term: 12 months

City of Hope Medical Center
To support access to the Lymphedema Treatment Program for uninsured and underinsured women
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital
To support the Perinatal Supportive Outreach and Services Project at Daniel Freeman Hospital Inglewood
Amount: $200,128
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
To support a needs-based medical student scholarship
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
To support the Congestive Heart Failure Clinic and Community Prevention Program
Amount: $160,000
Term: 12 months

Granada Hills Community Hospital
To support the Center for Aging Research and Evaluation (CARE) Program in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association of Southern California
Amount: $282,430
Term: 12 months

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
To support the development of educational materials and the training of pre-hospital personnel in the use of bag-mask-valve ventilation techniques in infants and children
Amount: $241,562
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the Parent Connection Program associated with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
To support a needs-based medical student scholarship
Amount: $34,000
Term: 12 months

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
To support the Miller Children's Abuse and Violence Intervention Center's School-based Violence Intervention Program
Amount: $90,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital
To support Team HEAL's Student Athletic Trainer Education Project
Amount: $93,120
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital
To support the access and education activities of the UCLA Center for Cerebral Palsy
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Methodist Hospital
To support the Health Ministries Program in the central San Gabriel Valley
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Motion Picture and Television Fund
To support emergency financial assistance to maintain health insurance for member of the entertainment industry
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
To support the Healthy Beginnings/Comienzo Sano Program
Amount: $198,633
Term: 36 months

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center
To support the Collaborative for Alternatives to Violence and Abuse
Amount: $200,181
Term: 12 months

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center
To support the launch of the Pediatric Palliative Care Program (TrintyKids Care) in partnership with TrintyCare Hospice
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center San Pedro
To fund the expansion of the Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program Clinic to include a Pediatric Wellness Program
Amount: $250,000
Term: 12 months

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
To support the Health Choices Collaborative Teen Outreach Program in partnership with California State University Northridge and Catholic Charities of Los Angeles
Amount: $160,000
Term: 12 months

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
To support the Sexual Assault Rape Team (SART) Program in partnership with the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women
Amount: $182,718
Term: 12 months

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center
To support the Rape Treatment Center's School Program
Amount: $122,490
Term: 12 months

St. Vincent Medical Center
To support the Community Heart Health Intervention Program in partnership with the Korean Health Education Information and Research Center
Amount: $330,847
Term: 12 months

St. Vincent Medical Center
To support public awareness and education about treatment options for end-stage renal disease in partnership with the National Institute of Transplantation
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

UCLA School of Dentistry
To support Phase II of the Northeast San Fernando Valley Community Oral Health Initiative
Amount: $322,371
Term: 12 months

USC School of Dentistry
To support services at the comprehensive dental clinic at Union Rescue Mission in Los Angeles in partnership with the USC School of Dentistry
Amount: $129,360
Term: 12 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support the Stroke Prevention and Management Program in partnership with the Organization for the Needs of the Elderly
Amount: $248,940
Term: 12 months

2000

Anaheim Memorial Medical Center
To support the hospital-sponsored prenatal program, Bienvenidos a el sitio de nacimiento
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support comprehensive youth development and health services at Hope Street Family Center and Bresee Health Services
Amount: $194,800
Term: 24 months

California Hospital Medical Center
To support the Central City Health Access Initiative in collaboration with Pediatric Family and Medical Center
Amount: $250,000
Term: 12 months

CaliforniaKids Healthcare Foundation
To provide health insurance for children ineligible for any other form of insurance
Amount: $420,000
Term: 12 months

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
To support the C.O.A.C.H. School Outreach Services Project at Berendo Middle School and Hoover Elementary School
Amount: $281,002
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
To support the school-based clinic at Los Angeles High School
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
For the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House
Amount: $22,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
For the Ronald McDonald House of Orange
Amount: $22,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Hospital of Orange County
For the Ronald McDonald House of Loma Linda
Amount: $22,000
Term: 12 months

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
For a needs-based medical student scholarship
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
To support the Congestive Heart Failure Clinic and Prevention Program
Amount: $151,000
Term: 12 months

Granada Hills Community Hospital
To support the Early Stage Alzheimer's Project
Amount: $280,225
Term: 12 months

Hoag Memorial Hospital
To support the expansion of the Chronic Care Program at Share Our Selves Free Clinic
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Huntington Memorial Hospital
To support the Huntington Memorial Hospital School Health Program in five elementary schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Amount: $296,411
Term: 24 months

Keck School of Medicine of USC
For a needs-based medical student scholarship
Amount: $32,000
Term: 12 months

Northridge Hospital Medical Center
To support Children's Assault Treatment Services
Amount: $256,657
Term: 12 months

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
To support the Healthy Beginnings prenatal program
Amount: $53,563
Term: 12 months

Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital
To support the A Day Away Adult Day Care Program for Alzheimer's patients
Amount: $245,700
Term: 12 months

Providence Health & Services
To support the School Health Outreach Program for five elementary schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Amount: $270,000
Term: 24 months

Rancho Los Amigos Foundation
To support the Pediatric Playground
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
To support unmet needs for Hospice and intermittent patient care in partnership with VNACare
Amount: $124,610
Term: 12 months

Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center
To support the Rape Treatment Center's School Program
Amount: $110,287
Term: 12 months

Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center
To support the Center for Humane and Ethical Medical Care and the Nursing Home Initiative
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

St. Francis Medical Center
To support the Sweet Beginnings Prenatal Education Program
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

St. John's Health Center
To provide comprehensive ambulatory care for at least 400 individuals at Venice Family Clinic
Amount: $189,693
Term: 12 months

St. Joseph Health System
To support the development of a coordinated, systemic diabetes management, detection and treatment program
Amount: $340,000
Term: 18 months

St. Vincent Medical Center
To support the St. Vincent Health Ministry Program
Amount: $128,410
Term: 12 months

UCLA School of Dentistry
To support Phase I of the Northeast San Fernando Valley Community Oral Health Initiative
Amount: $181,006
Term: 12 months

USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital
To support the Prostate Ambassador Education, Prevention and Treatment Program
Amount: $300,000
Term: 12 months

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
To support the Stroke Prevention and Management Program in partnership with the Organization for the Needs of the Elderly
Amount: $189,083
Term: 12 months