2018 Michigan Trauma System Development Project Announcement
The Bureau of EMS, Trauma & Preparedness (BETP), Trauma Section, is committed to supporting partners and stakeholders in the trauma system to enhance their efforts in system building. BETP has approved a one-time funding amount of $8,000 for facilities who are verified, designated or in process of becoming trauma facilities. These monies will be used to fund projects in the following categories: Injury Prevention, Trauma Education, Performance Improvement, and Trauma Infrastructure. The projects may begin January 12, 2018 and must be completed by September 15, 2018.
To begin the process the facility must send the Participation Form and Budget Sheet to:
- 1.) The Regional Medical Control Authority Network fiduciary (RMCAN-f) listed on the form that corresponds to the region the facility is located in.
- 2.) The Regional Trauma Coordinator for the region the facility is in.
Projects may begin when a facility receives an Acknowledgement form from the (RMCAN-f).
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Michigan Trauma System Development Projects
The Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness (BETP) is committed to supporting the partners and stakeholdrers in the trauma system to enhance their efforts in system building. A total of $1.3M was awarded across the following categories: Injury Prevention, Performance Improvement, Trauma Education, and Trauma Infrastructure. This one time funding is dedicated to supporting innovative projects, programs and initiatives that meet the specific needs of the region, community, agency or facility as they build and support the trauma system.The required reporting documentation for each category can be found at the links below.
A report was produced detailing the allocation of the $1.3M funding for each of the four categories listed above, and includes project title, description and region.