Harvard Pilgrim is pleased to announce that our Quality Grant Program, which was established over 21 years ago, will continue to be offered in 2022 and beyond as a combined Point32Health program for providers in both of the heritage Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan networks.
Since we established the program, Harvard Pilgrim has funded more than 300 grants totaling more than $21 million in support of improved care delivery. We appreciate the exceptional care you provide to our members, and the Quality Grant Program is a means of rewarding and furthering our support of that care.
Many of the 2021 grantees focused on identifying risk factors for social determinants of health at the physician practice level and grantees developed creative interventions for improved care in the post-operative, neurological, behavioral health and chronic condition space. This year’s suggested topics are currently under development by the Quality Grant Committee medical directors and will be posted on the legacy Harvard Pilgrim provider website Quality Grants Program page and the legacy Tufts Health Plan provider website Quality of Care section by Oct. 15.
These sites will also list the letters of intent requirements, an FAQ, details about program processes and important dates for the upcoming 2022-23 Quality Grant year, including the deadline for submissions. Visit them for details and spread the word — the Quality Grant Program is here for you, our providers, and we look forward to your submissions! Awardees for the 2022-23 grant will be vetted and approved after the Spring scoring and grant work will begin in June.
Please direct additional questions to: HPHC_NMM@harvardpilgrim.org.