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What does CMTP stand for?

CMTP stands for Center for Medical Technology Policy (San Francisco, CA)


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Donna is Treasurer of HarborPath, a patient assistance program for patients battling HIV/AIDS and HCV, a member of the Patient and Consumer Advisory Council for the Center for Medical Technology Policy, the Next Century Healthcare Leadership Council for the Adventist Health System, The Women Business Leaders of the U.
The Blue Shield of California Foundation and the California HealthCare Foundation have joined hands--and funds--to breathe life into the Center for Medical Technology Policy (CMTP).
In addition to the Associate Giving Campaign, the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation funded $149,131 in grants to organizations in Nevada in 2010, including: American Diabetes Association Boys & Girls Clubs Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation March of Dimes Nurse Family Partnership Oasis Institute Additional grants were awarded to the following national organizations which will directly benefit Nevada: Foundation for Health Coverage Education, Trustees of Dartmouth College, New England Healthcare Institute, Engleberg Center for Healthcare Reform at Brookings Institute, Center for Medical Technology Policy, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy.
The Center for Medical Technology Policy (CMTP) will develop research projects that provide health care decision-makers with new evidence on the real-world effectiveness and safety of innovative technologies, such as new surgical procedures, medical devices, diagnostics or biopharmaceuticals.
In addition to the Associate Giving Campaign, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia Foundation funded $750,857 in grants to organizations in Georgia in 2010, including: American Diabetes Association Boys & Girls Clubs Children's Museum of Indianapolis Grady Memorial Hospital Health MPowers March of Dimes Oasis Institute One-Sight YMCA Metro Atlanta Additional grants were awarded to the following national organizations which will directly benefit Georgia: Foundation for Health Coverage Education, Trustees of Dartmouth College, New England Healthcare Institute, Engleberg Center for Healthcare Reform at Brookings Institute, Center for Medical Technology Policy, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy.