Apply For Funding

MeHI provides grants to healthcare organizations, providers and other parties that meet applicable eligibility criteria. Our grants focus on advancing the adoption, effective use and development of Health IT in Massachusetts and are funded by M.G.L. Chapter 224 of the laws of the State of Massachusetts and other sources.

The application process to respond to a MeHI issued Request for Proposal (RFP) is formal. The specific details are outlined in a solicitation document published on our website. Applicants must carefully follow the instructions and prepare a clear, concise and complete application. It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application contains all required information and is submitted to MeHI by the stated deadline.

Questions can either be formally submitted to the provided e-mail address or presented during one of the MeHI-hosted information webinars. We cannot respond to other means of communication. As per to the posted schedule, questions will be published for review. It is the applicant's responsibility to check this website frequently for updates and changes.

Open Requests for Proposal

Health Technology Subject Matter Experts and Consultants

Closed Requests for Proposal

Development of CBHI Interfaces for CANS Reporting (closed)

Request for Qualifications for MeHI Communications & Outreach Services (closed)

Connected Communities Implementation Grant Solicitation (closed)

eHealth eQuality Incentive Program Grants for Behavioral Health Round II Solicitation (closed)

eHealth eQuality Incentive Program Grants for LTPAC Solicitation (closed)

eHealth eQuality Incentive Program Grants for BH Round I Solicitation (closed) 

Workforce Training Program for MA LTPAC and Home Health Care Industries (closed) 

RFP for Connected Communities Advisory Services (closed)

eHealth eQuality Planning & Model Development RFP (closed)

Salesforce.com Integration (closed)

Mass HIway Implementation Grants (closed)

Mass HIway Vendor Interface Grants (closed)

 

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