The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC) was created by the Maryland General Assembly in 2005 to expand access to health care services in underserved communities in Maryland. The CHRC is an independent commission operating within the Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene (DHMH), whose 11 members are appointed by the Governor. Since its inception, the CHRC has awarded 169 grants totaling $55.8 million, supporting programs in every jurisdiction of the state. These programs have collectively served more than 313,000 Marylanders, and grants awarded by the CHRC have enabled grantees to leverage $19.1 million in additional federal and private/non-profit resources.
The CHRC supports the work of community health care resources and fulfills its statutory mission in the following activities:
In fulfilling these responsibilities, the Commission implements a thorough system of performance measurement to ensure public resources are utilized effectively and efficiently so that Maryland’s underserved communities receive high-quality health care services.
****Solicitation - Independent Reviewers for Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC) Call for Proposals.
The CHRC is seeking to hire independent reviewers to evaluate the proposals received for the FY 2017 Call for Proposals. The applications will be evaluated on the criteria established by the CHRC and reviewers will submit recommendations regarding which applicants should be invited to present to the CHRC in February 2017. To view the solicitation for reviewers in each grant category, click on the following links:
Please send completed bid document to Mark Luckner (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than November 22, 2016.
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