Call for Proposals on PhilHealth STUDIES: Potential Fraud Index Claims for the years 2019-2020

The Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD) is now accepting proposals for the study, Potential Fraud Index Claims for the years 2019-2020.This study is part of the PhilHealth STUDIES (Strengthening the Thrust for Universal Health Care through Data, Information, and Knowledge Exchange Systems) project, a collaboration between PCHRD and the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth).PhilHealth STUDIES provides funding for R&D, capacity building, and research dissemination projects focusing on the development of evidence-based policy recommendations on PhilHealth programs and services.

The Terms of References can be downloaded here and the PCHRD proposal forms here.


Filipinos with at least a Master’s Degree in a relevant field, have proven research competence/track record, and employed in universities/colleges, research institutes, hospitals, and other health-related agencies are eligible to apply for the research grant. Interested private foundations and firms, engaged in scientific activities, must be registered as a Science & Technology Foundation under the DOST Science and Technology Foundation Unit ( to be eligible for the grant.


We encourage interested parties to submit the following documents via email to Mr. Marc Enrico Hasta at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. not later than August 7, 2020.

  1. Letter of Intent addressed to PCHRD Executive Director
  2. Project Proposal following the PCHRD Detailed Proposal Form
  3. Workplan Schedule (Gantt Chart of Activities)
  4. Proposed Line-Item Budget (LIB)
  5. Curriculum Vitae of lead proponent (Project Leader)
  6. Duties and Responsibilities of each project personnel
  7. Profile of the institution
  8. Endorsement of the agency head

For more information, please contact Mr. Marc Enrico Hasta via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call the mobile number 0927-152-2891 (Globe).