Bloch Consulting Group has published the 2008 edition of its 170-page report on Federal agency activities in telemedicine, telehealth, and health IT across 22 agencies.
According to editor Carolyn Bloch, this new report is an excellent resource for keeping up with new and ongoing Federal programs and to learn about funding and contracting opportunities.
“The government spends close to $1 billion on these programs, but these activities are spread across more than 20 cabinet-level departments and independent agencies,” Bloch said, “So every year we compile this information into one convenient source.”
“In-depth coverage in this report makes it easier for executives, professionals, consultants – and anyone researching telemedicine an health IT – to quickly zero in on specific areas of interest,” she explained.
The report, “Federal Agencies: Activities in Telehealth, Telemedicine, and Health Technologies” covers programs at 22 government departments and agencies, and includes URLs for government web sites with even more information on Federal activities.
Also available is the 2007 edition of “How to Sell Healthcare Technologies to HHS,” a 30-page report on techniques for developing key HHS contacts and learning how to secure grants and contracting opportunities at this specific agency.
This report is available at a discount when ordered with the Federal agencies report.
More information on both of these reports is available at the Bloch Consulting Group web site.