TAC launches value-based health care grants for 2024

  9 April 2024  Transport Accident Commission   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) has announced that applications open on 15 April for its 2024 ‘Value-based Healthcare Innovation Grants’.

These grants provide funding of up to $150,000 for health providers who undertake projects in ‘value-based’ health care, which seeks to involve patients more in their treatment options, helping them achieve the outcomes that matter most to them.

Projects must address an area of priority for people with transport accident injuries, and should focus on known gaps in services.

A grant can be used to support research, pilot projects or other initiatives.

Health and disability providers from a variety of settings are encouraged to apply.

Now in its third year, the grant program is a key part of the TAC’s strategic priority to inform future approaches to value-based health care.

Previous grant recipients have developed projects aimed to support people with chronic pain, pelvic trauma, traumatic brain injury and more.

Find out more on the TAC website here. Providers can check their eligibility, access the grant guidelines, learn about previous projects and read the application questions in preparation for submitting an application.

Providers can also receive 30 minutes of pre-application support, or join an online information session on Monday 22 April, 12:00 – 1:00pm. Contact research@tac.vic.gov.au to register for these opportunities.

Applications close 31 May.

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