Grants and Contracts Details
1. By June 1 of each year, submit a program plan and budget to the Council identifying how this funding will be used for expenses necessary to operate the Ovarian Cancer Program, through the teaching/training of oncology detection best practices with efficient use of public health dollars. 2. Submit a June 30th fiscal year-end detailed expenditure report to the Council by September 1st per annum outlining its activities andexpenditures 3. Provide free screening at six locations in Fayette, Floyd, Hardin, Mason, Pulaski, and McCracken counties, including further diagnostic hematologic studies (CA-125) for women with sonographically-confirmed ovarian tumors and who are without adequate medical financial coverage. 4. Advertise screening dates and times in local media in Fayette, Floyd, Hardin,Mason, Pulaski, McCracken, and surrounding counties to facilitate patient access to these screening services close to home. 5. Provide educational materials at the screening sites concerning women's cancer. 6. Educate ultrasound student technicians and gynecology oncology fellows in ovarian sonography and the principles of ovarian screening. 7. Provide employment to sonographers and a program coordinator to assure programmatic success. 8. Account for all funds using generally accepted accounting principles. 9. Submit an invoice to the Council in accordance with the schedule below: a. FY19 an invoice in the amount of $500,000 upon full approval and execution of this agreement before June 30, 2019. b. FY20 an invoice in the amount of $500,000 before June 30, 2020. 10. Provide other programmatic and/or financial reports as required by the Council or by the Office of the State Auditor of Public Accounts.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/18 → 6/30/20|
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