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Past Funded Projects

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2003
Title Description Amount
Library/Technology Improvement Award - Bayshore Community Hospital

The funds for this award will allow the library to purxhase a web-based public access online catalog (OPAC).

$2,165
Library/Technology Improvement Award - Mercy Hospital

The funds for this award will complement this hospital's Electronic Document Delivery project by allowing it to purchase a computer and printer.

$3,034
Library/Technology Improvement Award - New York Academy of Medicine

The funds provided by this award will allow the library to upgrade 4 computers for library staff.

$3,500
Library/Technology Improvement Award - Pascack Valley Hospital

The funds for this award will enable the hosptial to purchase 4 additional computers and printers to add to its growing Digital Library of healthcare information.

$3,196
Library/Technology Improvement Award - St. Christopher's Hospital for Children

The funding for this award will allow the hospital to purchase a digital sender which will enable sending printed documents as an e-mail file to the desktop of any member of the healthcare team.

$3,232
Library/Technology Improvement Award - St. Vincent's Midtown Hosptial

The funds for this award will allow the medical library to upgrade its current workstations.

$3,500
Library/Technology Improvement Award - Trinitas Hospital

The funds from this award will allow the medical library to purchase/upgrade its computer workstations.

$3,296
Links for Healthy Living: Promoting Health Information Resources in Tompkins County

The Tompkins County Public Library provides residents with access to reliable, current medical and health information to support their self-advocacy efforts through the only dedicated Health Inform

$0
Mobile Computing in Healthcare Fair - SUNY Buffalo

The funds from this award will be used to sponsor a technology awareness program on mobile computing in healthcare.

$3,200
Outreach to Urban and Rural Hispanic Populations in New Jersey

This project provides training in the use of Web-based health information tools to health care professionals and librarians who work with substantial Hispanic communities.

$0
Salud! Upgrading and Expanding the Spanish Language Content in HealthyNJ

To improve the readability and language of current Spanish-language content on the HealthyNJ website, increase the amount and level of appropriate Spanish-language health information.

$40,000
Technology Awareness Program Award - Central New York Library Resources Council (CLRC)

The funds for this award will allow CLRC to host a Consumer Health Information Technology Fair in the Spring of 2004.

$1,600
Wireless Medicine: Content, Connectivity & Devices

A conference that expolores the scope and power of wireless technology and how it is advancing the future of medicine.

$5,000
2002
Title Description Amount
Access to Health Information: North Central Pennsylvania

This project will increase access to quality and valid health information by the promotion of trusted resources available via the Internet, public libraries in the North Central Library District (N

$0
CLIC and the City

CLIC and the City continues the project CLIC-on-Health by developing the next level of partnership with two groups of underserved health information providers: school librarians and school nurses,

$40,000
CLIC-on-Health (Community & Library Information Collaboration on Health)

The two main components of this phase of the project are website development and training for the greater Rochester, NY area.

$50,000
HICUP: Health Information in Chinese Uniting Patients, Physicians and the Public

Frederick L.

$40,000
Improving Access to Information for Public Health Workers

This project will develop a partnership between the Health Sciences Library System (HSLS) of the University of Pittsburgh and the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for enhanced access to kn

$40,000
Links for Healthy Living: Promoting Health Information Resources in Tompkins County

The Tompkins County Public Library provides residents with access to reliable, current medical and health information to support their self-advocacy efforts through the only dedicated Health Inform

$10,000
Outreach to Urban and Rural Hispanic Populations in New Jersey

This project provides training in the use of Web-based health information tools to health care professionals and librarians who work with substantial Hispanic communities.

$40,000

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