Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) Cooperative Agreement

 
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    CFDA#

    93.889
     

    Funder Type

    Federal Government

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award

    Authority

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

    Summary

    Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) is a cooperative agreement program that, through its support for health care coalitions (HCCs), prepares the health care delivery system to save lives during emergencies that exceed the day-to-day capacity of health care and emergency response systems. HPP is the primary source of federal funding for health care delivery system preparedness and response. HPP enables the formation of public-private partnerships among multiple types of health care, public health, and emergency management organizations, empowering health care entities across the nation to save lives during disasters and emergencies. ASPR requires HPP recipients to invest in HCCs, providing a foundation for health care readiness. An HCC is a network of individual public and private health care and response organizations in a defined geographic location that partner to conduct preparedness activities and collaborate to ensure that each member has what it needs to respond to disasters and emergencies. 

     

    HPP is a whole-of-community endeavor that connects health care entities at the local, state, regional, and national levels to plan for and respond to emergencies and disasters by:

    • Addressing community needs. HPP helps health care entities meet the needs of their communities in times of emergency.
    • Building connectivity. HPP integrates and coordinates recipient public health agencies, HCCs, and coalition members to ensure all people have equitable access to care.
    • Saving lives. HPP enables the health care delivery system to continue to provide care during 

    Over the past five years, you and your HCC(s) strengthened collective preparedness and response planning across jurisdictions. For fiscal year (FY) 2024-2028, we, as ASPR, are building on previous years' progress and prioritizing:

    • Outcomes. We designed this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) to advance the outcomes of this cooperative agreement and to support you and your HCC(s) in performing core functions that support health care readiness. 
    • Coordination and connectivity. We understand the importance of coordination and connectivity between you and your HCC(s). We note any specific activities where you or your HCC(s) must take on complementary roles, but we expect that you will work together to develop, update, and carry out health care readiness activities. 
    • Flexibility. As much as possible, we provided high level guidance on what you and your HCC(s) must do as part of this cooperative agreement. How you and your HCC(s) carry out these activities may vary depending on the needs of your jurisdiction, HCC membership, and community. 
     

    History of Funding

    Approximately $231,500,000 is available in total funding for FY19-23.

    Approximately $605,632,500 was available in funding for FY18.

    Additional Information

    The Program expects applicants and your HCC(s) to advance key outcomes through this cooperative agreement.

    • Establish and act on multi-year priorities. Outcomes include:

    • Health care delivery system readiness to respond to a shifting threat landscape and community needs over multiple years.

    • Continuous programmatic and administrative improvement on multi-year priorities.

    • Enhance and sustain HCCs. Outcomes include:

    • HCC governance, management, and operations that reflect community partnerships.

    • Coordination. Outcomes include:

    • Coordinated planning and decision-making among health care delivery system partners.

    • State, local, tribal, and territorial agencies, HCCs, and other partners provide integrated health care response incident management (Emergency Support Function #8 [ESF-8] – Public Health and Medical Services).[4]

    • Continuity of health care service delivery. Outcomes include:  

    • A resilient health care workforce able to safely meet response and recovery demands.

    • Sufficient space, systems, staff, and resources to support patient movement and patient care delivery during response and recovery. 

    Contacts

    Jennifer Hannah

    Jennifer Hannah

    ,
    (202) 245-0722

    Virginia Simmons

    Virginia Simmons
    1600 Clifton Road
    Atlanta, GA 30329-4027
    202.260.0400
     

  • Eligibility Details

    Eligible Applicants:

    • State governments or a state government agency designated by the state's chief executive officer. Includes the District of Columbia.
    • The local governments of the City of Chicago, IL; the County of Los Angeles, CA; and the City of New York, NY.
    • The territorial governments of American Samoa, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
    • Freely Associated States of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau.
    • Eligible recipients for this funding opportunity must be currently funded under EP-U3R-19-001.

    Deadline Details

    States applications are to be submitted by Jun 18, 2024. Hospitals and providers typically receive pass-through funding the last quarter of the federal fiscal year (July-September).

    Award Details

    Up to $23,171,110 in total funding will be made available in FY24 for 62 awards. This program requires a contribution of $1 for every $10 we award the applicant in federal funds. To calculate the match requirement, divide the federal share by 10. The program plans to fund five 12-month budget periods for a total period of performance of five years beginning on July 1, 2024, and ending on June 30, 2029,


    There are cost share/ match requirements for most applicants with exceptions for City of Chicago IL, The County of Los Angeles, CA; and the City of New York, Ny, Freely Associated States of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau. A portion of the requirement up to $200,000 for American Samoa, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands will be waived as well.

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