ARPA-H pursues candidates for HEROES program to enhance community well-being.

Revolutionizing Health Care: The HEROES Program’s Incentives for Community-Based Interventions

The Department of Health and Human Services’ Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-H) has recently released a draft solicitation for the Health Care Rewards to Achieve Improved Outcomes (HEROES) program. This innovative initiative aims to evaluate a new payment model that incentivizes community-based interventions to enhance health outcomes in a specific geographic area.

ARPA-H is expected to publish a final solicitation by April 22, with interested applicants required to submit abstracts by June 17. Under the proposed model, eligible non-profit organizations, consortiums, and other entities will receive direct payments to address targeted health issues in their communities.

To learn more about the HEROES program and its objectives, individuals can register for webinars scheduled for March 26 or April 2. These events will provide further insight into the application process and how to successfully participate in the program.

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