The What's Next Health series features leading thinkers and visionaries. Stanford social scientist & innovator BJ Fogg discusses his model f...
|Program||Dates||Total RWJF Funds|
|Annual Surveys of Medicaid Coverage||1996–2004||$481,420|
|Tobacco Etiology Research Network (TERN)||1996–2006||$8,987,728|
|Development and Dissemination of Smoking Cessation Clinical Practice Guidelines||1996–2007||$1,492,753|
|Part 1: Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR) Smoking Cessation Clinical Practice Guideline||1996–2000||$512,493|
|Part 2: Developing a Five-State Consortium to Implement the Tobacco Cessation Guideline||2001–2004||$774,865|
|Part 3: Blueprint for Disseminating Tobacco Dependence Guideline||2001–2002||$107,641|
|Part 4: Co-Funding an Update of the National Clinical Guideline for Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence||2006–2007||$97,754|
|Addressing Tobacco in Managed Care||1996–2008||$7,206,699|
|Part 1: Managed Care Performance Indicators for Prevention and Treatment of Tobacco Use and Addiction||1996||$46,699|
|Part 2: Addressing Tobacco in Managed Care||1997–2008||$7,160,000|
|Assessing Insurance Coverage of Preventive Services by Private Employers||1996–2006||$473,605|
|Part 1: Assessing Insurance Coverage of Preventive Services by Private Employers||1996–1998||$50,000|
|Part 2: Examining Insurance Coverage for Clinical Preventive Services in Employer-Sponsored Health Plans||2001–2006||$423,605|
|Smoke-Free Families: Innovations to Stop Smoking During and Beyond Pregnancy||1993–2008||$23,233,205|
|Youth Tobacco Cessation||1998–2009||$4,689,908|
|Part 1: Coordination for Youth Tobacco-Cessation Partnerships||1998–2005||$452,258|
|Part 2: Helping Young Smokers Quit: Identifying Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation||2002–2009||$7,305,835|
|Partners with Tobacco Use Research Centers||2000–2007||$14,034,989|
|Promoting the Use of Evidence-Based TobaccoCessation Treatments and Services||2002–2007||$1,131,986|
|Why Youth Don't Quit: Finding Answers to Design Effective Smoking-Cessation Programs||2002–2010||$3,676,288|
|Smoking Cessation Leadership Center||2003–2011||$9,871,538|
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