We are seeking partnership opportunities with organizations facilitating multi-year programs that can effectively act upon grants from our foundation ranging between $25,000 to a maximum of $250,000 per year. Each year, we will evaluate our partnership based on achievement of mutually agreed upon annual impact goals.
Additionally, applying organizations must meet our organizational status requirements.
To improve the lives of 2.5 million underserved structural heart and critical care patients by 2025, our funding focuses on the following types of programs, with preference given to partners that support underserved patients in multiple ways:
Programs must target underserved structural heart and critical care patients as defined below:
To help us accurately measure our collective impact, each partner is asked to provide patient impact data on the number of underserved structural heart and critical care patient lives improved by programs over 12-months, even with multi-year programs. Please note that multi-year grant installments will not be made until impact reporting is submitted and approved by the foundation.
Partners will be asked to provide data on each type of program supported, as well as unique total number of underserved patients impacted (i.e. if one patient is both screened and treated, they are reported under both program totals, and then separately in total unique patients).
For estimating underserved patients impacted by public and clinical education programs, we encourage use of logic models, sample surveys, and research on underserved disease prevalence in the targeted community.
Partners will be provided a link to the reporting portal when impact data is due at the end of each calendar year.
The Every Heartbeat Matters reporting tool can be helpful for data collection during program.
To ensure accuracy and sound program management, each year, we will conduct a deep review of 10 percent of our partners’ use of funds and impact on previously submitted reports.
We are committed to transparency in our financial arrangements with health care professionals, provider organizations, teaching institutions, and non-profit organizations. Please note we may publicly disclose information regarding the terms of any financial support provided by our foundation, which may be legally required under federal, state or local law, rule or regulation (e.g., the Sunshine Law provisions of the Affordable Care Act). Additionally, we may publish this type of information on our website or in any other public manner to provide full disclosure of our financial arrangements with health care professionals.
Detection of structural heart disease is the first step to improving patient lives. That’s why Every Heartbeat Matters supports programs that help underserved patients get the awareness and disease diagnosis they need including:
Too many people die from structural heart disease when resources and treatment options are scarce. Every Heartbeat Matters supports programs that help underserved patients receive the structural heart care they need including:
Structural heart disease and critical care patients need to be able to recover from their treatments to ensure that they can fully heal, emotionally and physically, and get back to their lives and families. That’s why Every Heartbeat Matters is focused on supporting the patient journey, from detection, to treatment, and through recovery.
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