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Proposals for DxQI Seed Grant Program

Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine
Opportunity Information:

The Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine welcomes proposals for its DxQI Seed Grant Program. Approximately twenty grants of up to $50,000 each will be awarded in support of diagnostic quality and safety improvement projects. The society seeks interventions to reduce important sources of diagnostic error that might include but are not limited to cognitive interventions in patient care settings such as checklists or decision support; systems interventions to change diagnostic processes or workflow in practice; or educational interventions where the targeted outcomes of the study are practice change in diagnosis.

Due to the increasing impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our nation and the medical community, the deadline to submit proposals for DxQI Seed Grants has been extended. The society will notify the community three weeks prior to instating a new deadline to allow enough time to complete proposals.

To be eligible, applicants must be care-delivery systems, including office-based primary care, office-based specialty care, clinic (e.g., urgent, acute), other ambulatory centers (e.g., surgical, imaging), community hospitals, academic medical centers, psychiatric hospitals, rehab facilities, VA & military centers, skilled nursing facilities, federally qualified health centers, and safety net hospitals. While international locations are eligible to receive a grant, they will be asked to address the importance of the problem and its potential solution to the U.S. healthcare system.

See the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.

ASU Information:

Submissions to this sponsor/donor are managed by the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations. Please contact your unit-assigned ASUF Director of Development or Research Advancement Specialist at your earliest convenience to ensure ASU's strategic coordination and management of funding applications.

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