Foundation Project Seeks A Data Collection Vendor
The Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation (FHLI) in partnership with the Brody School of Medicine’s Office of Health Access at East Carolina University is currently evaluating applications from qualified and experienced vendors to support the data collection process of its Eastern North Carolina Regional Community Health Needs Assessment Project.
The submission period to respond to the regional CHNA RFP is now closed. Proposals will be reviewed by the Steering Committee in mid-December at which time they will contact vendors with any questions or points of clarification. A decision is expected to be made by early January.
The full request and instructions are still available. If you are interested in viewing this information, please click here.
We look forward to updating you with our progress in the new year.
Questions regarding the request for proposals can be directed to:
Will Broughton, Project Coordinator