FY21 UK Genetic Clinic

Grants and Contracts Details


The University of Kentucky Research Foundation (UKRF) shall: 1. Provide genetic services, through a minimum of two (2) outreach sites in eastern Kentucky. These outreach sites shall provide a total of five (5) clinics per year, with a minimum of 32 clients served in the five (5) clinics. 2. Provide genetic services, through hospital consults and center-based clinics, with a minimum of 200 clients served. 3. Provide laboratory and diagnostic support services in the clinics. This refers to medical services that may be provided for patients seen in these clinics. 4. Bill third party payors, as appropriate, for patients covered by other sources of funding. For patients at 1. 100% or below the poverty level and patients above 100% of the poverty level (based upon their particular need) offer discounts in accordance with the University of Kentucky’s Research Foundation current Financial Assistance Policy. 5. Ensure all patients receive services under this contract regardless of ability to pay insurance co-pays, out-of-pocket expenses, or fees for services. 6. Collect genetic testing results for outreach and center-based services and report to the Division of Maternal and Child Health as outlined in the Reporting Requirements section of this contract. 7. Schedule and provide at least four (4) education presentations to public health, medical, and/or social work professionals, and/or students. 8. Provide medical consultation to the Division of Maternal and Child Health for Kentucky Birth Surveillance Registry (KBSR). 9. Provide referrals for children under the age of three (3) who are suspected to have developmental delays to the First Steps program, Kentucky’s early intervention services. 10. Ensure staff comply with all provisions of this contract.
Effective start/end date7/1/206/30/21


  • KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services: $63,516.00


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