Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF) announces the BETA launch of the AHF Community Forum created to encourage a dialogue among organization leaders and decision makers that explores innovative solutions to improve access to healthcare for our underserved and vulnerable populations.
Online PR News – 03-June-2011 – – San Diego, CA, June 03, 2011 -- Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF) announces the BETA launch of the AHF Community Forum created to encourage a dialogue among organization leaders and decision makers that explores innovative solutions to improve access to healthcare for our underserved and vulnerable populations.
“The ideas can come from anywhere, which is why we hope to engage people from around the world to participate in the discussion that can change the future of healthcare in San Diego,” said Rob McCray, Chairman of the AHF Board. “The quality of the discussions in the forum will be an important source of information in making decisions on the allocation of Alliance Healthcare Foundation grants in 2012.”
Joining the AHF Community Forum is easy. Visit www.ahfcommunityforum.org to get started.
AHF is committed to serving the most vulnerable populations in the San Diego area through funding projects and programs that address access to healthcare, with a focus on increasing the capacity and coordination of the healthcare delivery system. The programs selected to receive Mission Support Grants improve access to primary and specialty care, mental health and substance abuse services, and use innovative and collaborative methods to get real results.
The Mission Support Grants Program is an invitational program. Qualifying agencies must be operationally stable with strong leadership and have demonstrated their commitment to increasing the capacity of the healthcare delivery system for the poor and vulnerable populations of San Diego.
About Alliance Healthcare Foundation Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is the greater San Diego region’s community partner for improving access to healthcare for the region’s poor, working poor and vulnerable populations. Since 1989, AHF has invested more than $45 million in grants into the San Diego community. Committed to the principle that everyone should be able to access appropriate, quality, and timely care, AHF works closely with nonprofit, government, and community agencies to further this goal. They accomplish this work through advocacy, education, and collaborative grant making. www.alliancehf.org
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