Grants in Action

Our grant recipients are making a difference for their communities in a variety of ways. Run by passionate staff and tireless volunteers, these organizations rely on donations and grants as a primary source of funding. Recent recipients include:

Focused Measures of Performance to Advance Quality and Patient Safety

​The Minnesota Medical Association Foundation is embarking on an ambitious project to support the migration of safety and quality measures in Minnesota to a more focused and clinically relevant set of measures that will more effectively drive safe and high-quality care while reducing inefficiencies.

Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking

​The Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking will be developing a new training curriculum on how providers, specifically those working in the emergency room, can appropriately identify and refer victims of human trafficking.

Montrose Memorial Hospital

​Montrose Memorial Hospital will be implementing Managing and Mitigating Risk, implementing tools and processes to improve patient outcomes.

Nebraska Perinatal Quality Improvement Collaborative (NPQIC)

​The NPQIC will be developing a repository of data regarding infants referred to hospitals for treatment of neonatal encephalopathy.  

Project Angel Heart

​Project Angel Heart’s Meals for Care Transitions pilot program will explore the relationship between receiving medically-tailored meals post-procedure with reduced readmission rates at participating care facilities.

University of Nebraska Simulation in Motion

​Simulation in Motion – Nebraska is supported by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, bringing a mobile education system to rural parts of the state.