Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) and Public Health Emergency Preparedness
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The funds available under the HPP/PHEP program are for the continued purpose of strengthening and enhancing the capabilities of state, local, and territorial public health and health care systems to respond effectively (mitigate the loss of life and reduce the threats to the communitys health and safety) to evolving threats and other emergencies within the United States and territories and freely associated states. This announcement provides clear expectations and priorities for awardees and health care coalitions (HCCs) to strengthen and enhance the readiness of the public health and the health care delivery system to save lives during emergencies that exceed the day-to-day capacity and capability of the public health and medical emergency response systems. This announcement provides funds to ensure that HPP awardees focus on activities that advance progress toward meeting the goals of the 2017-2022 Health Care Preparedness and Response Capabilities and document progress in establishing or maintaining ready health care systems through strong HCCs and to ensure that PHEP awardees continue to advance development of effective public health emergency management and response programs as outlined in the Public Health Preparedness Capabilities: National Standards for State and Local Planning. Awardees must develop strategies and activities based on the HPP-PHEP Logic Model and use findings from their jurisdictional risk assessments, capability self-assessments, National Health Security Preparedness Index, and incident after-action reports to inform their strategic priorities and preparedness investments.
Awardees must increase or maintain their levels of effectiveness across six key preparedness domains: community resilience, incident management, information management, countermeasures and mitigation, surge management, and biosurveillance. These domains build on the efforts to strengthen the public health and health care capabilities from the previous project period. Addressing these domains allows awardees and local and tribal public health and health care subawardees to focus efforts on strengthening their preparedness capabilities and preventing or reducing morbidity and mortality from public health incidents whose scale, rapid onset, or unpredictability stresses the public health and health care systems.
History of Funding
None is available.
HPP/PHEP requires awardees to use their funding to develop core capabilities that are consistent with their risk assessment and hazard plans. The 2017-2022 capabilities are as follows:
- Foundation for Health Care and Medical Readiness
- Establish and operationalize a Health Care Coalition (HCC)
- Identify risks and needs
- Develop a health care coalition preparedness plan
- Train and prepare the health care and medical workforce
- Ensure preparedness is sustainable
- Health Care and Medical Response Coordination
- Develop and coordinate health care organization and HCC response plans
- Utilize information sharing procedures and platforms
- Coordinate response strategy, resources and communications
- Continuity of Health Care Service Delivery
- Identify essential functions for health care delivery
- Plan for continuity operations
- Maintain access to non-personnel resources during an emergency
- Develop strategies to protect health care information systems and networks
- Protect responders' safety and health
- Plan for and coordinate health care evacuation and relocation
- Coordinate health care delivery system recovery
- Medical Surge
- Plan for a medical surge
- Respond to a medical surge
Eligible applicants for this funding opportunity announcement are limited to those States and Territorial Governments currently funded under the Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) cooperative agreement and the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) cooperative agreement CDC-RFA-TP12-1201. Under the Cities Readiness Initiatives, 4 local governments (Chicago, Los Angeles County, New York City, District of Columbia) receive a direct allocation, which is passed through the state agency applicant.
The application currently lists two dates for the deadline: March 17, 2017 and April 4, 2017. Inquries are being made to determine the proper deadline for proposal submissions.
Under the PHEP program, the approximate average size of awards is $10 million. Under the HPP program, the approximate average size of awards is $5.7 million. The project period under the HPP and PHEP program is five years.
ASPR and CDC may not award a cooperative agreement to a state or consortium of states under these programs unless the awardee agrees that, with respect to the amount of the cooperative agreements awarded by ASPR and CDC, the state will make available nonfederal contributions in the amount of 10% ($1 for each $10 of federal funds provided in the cooperative agreement) of the award.
Match may be provided directly or through donations from public or private entities and may be in cash or in kind, fairly evaluated, including plant, equipment or services. Amounts provided by the federal government or services assisted or subsidized to any significant extent by the federal government may not be included in determining the amount of such nonfederal contributions.
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