N.J. foundation to award $2.4M in grants for PHR initiatives

04/14/2009 | Health Data Management

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will distribute $2.4 million in grants for initiatives aimed at using data from personal health records to improve chronic-disease management. The N.J.-based organization is looking to fund up to five teams for two-year demonstration projects that document "observations of daily living." The grants, which could be worth as much as $480,000 each, will be awarded under the Project HealthDesign program.

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