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Don’t delay! Funding is available within the Oregon budget for Long Term Care facilities that are preparing for, responding to or recovering from a public health emergency. Phase 3 provides reimbursement for eligible expenses related to infectious disease prevention strategies limiting future spread of disease, resident room reconfigurations to reduce per room bed capacity and technology that improves resident socialization and remote clinical care. $20,000 is available per eligible licensed facility on a first-come, first-served basis.
Applicants for Phase 3 must submit requests for funding before August 31, 2022, so it’s important you start the process as soon as possible.
Phase 4 begins on May 1, 2022. Priority 2 applicants (all long-term care facilities that are not Priority 1) can apply between May 1, 2022 and October 31, 2022.
Priority 2 facilities can still submit Phase 2 applications thru June 30, 2022 reimbursing up to $100,000 for enhancements made to air quality and HVAC systems.
Each facility is limited to one authorization request in each funding phase. Our team can provide you with the quotes you’ll need to submit a complete funding request that reflects all of the products and services for which you’ll seek funding.
Phase 3 is open to “Priority 1 applicants”, which include Long Term Care facilities, (assisted living facilities, residential care facilities and nursing facilities) constructed prior to 1996, with the following Medicaid census percentages as of June 30, 2021:
Our process makes it easy for you:
Receive and review quotes
Submit authorization request
Gather invoices and request payment
Help protect staff and residents from exposure with diligent infection control protocols.
Invest in connected devices that promote accurate vital collection and resident engagement, or enhance your Wi-Fi network to enable fast, reliable internet connectivity.
Remodel resident rooms to reduce per room bed capacity and help to reduce the spread of infectious diseases and promote resident safety & well-being.
The future of Senior Living safety is here.
It’s time to move forward with proactive plans to decrease contaminants in your buildings. With innovation and forward thinking, you can predict pain points in your building and stop them in their tracks for an overall healthier, safer community in your care.
The materials, comments and other information offered here are intended to provide general information. Direct Supply is not endorsed by or affiliated with any funding agency, and does not guarantee reimbursement under these programs for any purchases made by you. Contact your purchasing team or visit Oregon.gov for further details regarding this program, including time periods during which eligible purchases must be made and supporting documentation that must be submitted.
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