Editorial Standards

Grants for Medical is committed to providing its readers with authentic, reliable, integral, and trustworthy information about the following subjects

  • Grants for medical treatments.
  • Grants for health education.
  • Grants for individuals.
  • Grants for medical bills.
  • Grants for medical research.
  • Grants for medical equipment.
  • General information for medical practitioners.
  • Information for patients, including medical conditions and medications.
  • Insurance information.
  • Clinical trials.
  • Medical coding and billing.

Therefore, we follow several policies to maintain content standards.

General Editorial Principles

Our principles are crucial to the task of maintaining our editorial standards. Accordingly, we apply them to every piece of content on our website.

Accurate Information

  • We prioritize accuracy and make sure that all presented information on our website is based on thorough research, expert knowledge, and reliable sources.
  • Our team of writers and editors follows strict fact-checking procedures to verify the accuracy of the information before publication.
  • We strive to provide up-to-date information, and when necessary, we review and update our content to reflect any changes or developments in the medical industry.
  • We ensure that the author of an article is never the same person who fact-checks it.

Authoritative Content

  • Our content is created by experienced professionals in the medical field, including healthcare practitioners, researchers, and subject matter experts.
  • We conduct thorough research and consult reliable sources like peer-reviewed journals, academic institutions, medical professionals, and reputable organizations.
  • We aim to provide well-researched, evidence-based information that is reliable and trustworthy.

Referenced Content

  • We value transparency and provide proper citations and references for all factual information presented in our articles.
  • We include links to the sources, enabling readers to access additional information and validate the accuracy of the content.
  • By citing reputable sources, we ensure transparency and allow readers to explore the topic further.

Editorial Independence

  • We maintain complete editorial independence from any sponsor, advertiser, or other external influence.
  • Our content is not affected by any commercial interest or political agenda.

Correction Policy

  • We rectify any factual errors, outdated information, or inaccuracies in our articles that come to our attention.
  • We perform annual or biannual updates to keep our content current.
  • We maintain our old articles to ensure authentic information for our readers.
  • If you have any suggestions about our content, feel free to contact us at social @ grantsformedical . com.

Fact-checking and Update Policy for Non-Medical Articles

Our fact-checking team cross-checks all the numbers our writers include in our articles with government websites and updates all the information annually.

When it comes to figures and dates concerning salaries, grants, medical careers, scholarships, and government health coverage per condition, it’s crucial to acknowledge that these numbers are often subject to change. Our publication prioritizes accuracy by conducting annual fact-checks directly from government websites. Some of the regularly relied-upon sources for our fact-checking process include:








Please note that fact-checking is an integral part of the ‘Updated by’ section by default, meaning that when you see ‘Updated by’ in the byline, you may assume that the article is also fact-checked.

Special Areas of Focus In Grants For Medical

Information About Medical Conditions and Medications

At Grants For Medical, we understand how hard it can be to deal with a medical condition. Understanding complex information is essential for awareness, whether for oneself or a beloved one. We aim to go along with you by providing updated and helpful information.

How do we apply our principles to medical information?

  • We select the most relevant and updated information on medical conditions or medications from well-known and respected medical databases, such as PubMed, EMBASE, or the Cochrane Library.
  • We perform an internal peer-review process where one or two reviewers fact-check the content for accuracy, integrity, and clarity.
  • We add the appropriate citations and references to the consulted sources.
  • We provide links to the original articles for our readers to check the content and expand their knowledge.
  • We perform an external peer review of our articles, meaning that medical experts review our content for the accuracy of the information we provide. You can see a notice “medically reviewed by” in the author bylines when our article has been reviewed and approved by a medical expert.
  • We conduct annual or biannual reviews of our existing content to find new gaps in information, fix unnoticed errors, and update the content when applicable.

Medical Coding and Billing Information

Grants for Medical aims to provide our readers with precise, trustworthy, and thorough medical coding and billing information. We follow our principles to guarantee the highest journalistic honesty and excellence.

  • We ensure that all of the content is genuine. Our team conducts in-depth research to provide reliable sources to support our data, following medical billing and coding standards introduced by the American Medical Association (AMA) and Centres for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
  • We consult reliable sources, including coding and billing standards, authoritative coding manuals, peer-reviewed journals, business associations, and dependable healthcare institutions.
  • We rigorously fact-check the content before publication to ensure its integrity and correctness.
  • We correctly credit and reference all factual information in our writings because we promote openness.
  • We provide links to reliable sources so readers can check the facts and learn more about the subject.
  • We examine and update our articles annually or biannually to reflect any developments or changes in medical coding and billing.

Advertising Notice

At Grants for Medical, we strive to provide valuable and reliable information to our readers. To support the maintenance and operation of our website, we display advertisements.

This advertising notice aims to provide transparency and ensure that our readers are aware of advertisements on our platform.

Please note that advertisements do not influence our editorial content or the accuracy of the information provided.

Differentiation from Editorial Content

Advertisements displayed on our website are separate from our editorial content. They are subject to their own guidelines and regulations. We make efforts to ensure that advertisements are relevant, reputable, and clearly distinguishable from our editorial content.

Contact Us

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Meet Our Team

Our team comprises physicians, pharmacists, researchers, medical coders, healthcare executives and fact-checkers from both the United States and around the world. Our primary objective is to ensure that each article is authored by experts who specialize in the respective topic.

Andleeb Asghar holds a “Pharm-D” degree from Lahore College for Women University, Lahore. She has also served as a distinguished guest speaker at various local hospitals and high-profile organizations. She has been writing medical and health-related content for the past five years.

Having sharpened her skills as a validation manager in the fast-paced world of Cybersecurity over a decade, Andrea now applies her expertise to raise the standards of the fact-checking space. As a meticulous fact-checker, she diligently validates the claims presented in our articles, leaving no room for misinformation or ambiguity.

Ari Magill, M.D. is a board certified neurologist who received his M.D. from UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX and completed a neurology residency at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ and a fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Colorado in Aurora, CO. He has worked as a neurohospitalist, conducted VA disability exam for veterans with traumatic brain injury, and has worked as an investigator in clinical research. Dr. Magill currently works as a freelance medical writer and contract medical writer for Expert Institute. He is passionate about advancing dementia treatment through neuroscience research and aggressive lifestyle change aided by judicious use of supplements. Dr. Magill is an avid bicycle rider, a film enthusiast, and enjoys playing basketball in his free time.

I am a licensed orthopedic manual physical therapist, certified mulligan practitioner and an AAPC registered certified professional coder with years of experience in writing medical content, including medical guidebooks, Articles and medical research for publication in international journals. Being a certified professional coder, I have been doing medical coding on all medical specialties since 2019.

Dr. Baran Erdik is an M.D. with further specialization in Internal Medicine/Cardiology. He traveled the world, working as a physician in New Zealand, Germany and Washington State.
After earning his Master’s in Healthcare Administration and Policy from Washington State University, graduating summa cum laude, he decided to make a turn in his career. His master’s degree opened the door for him to a different aspect of the healthcare industry which highly piqued his interest. He found his new passion in consulting for hospitals and medical practices, where he could leverage his physician experience – understanding the needs of the clinicians – as well as his studies in healthcare administration.

He has now settled down in Atlanta, consulting for healthcare facilities, and helps CSR on a wide range of issues: mergers and acquisitions, policy compliance, and savings and efficiency, among others. What he enjoys most in his work is the need to constantly adapt to challenges and changes. It makes every day different and worth going to work for.
He has also done research on evidence-based medicine, focused on how big data can be used in medicine and consulting.

Biljana is a Master of Pharmacy, with a Healthcare Management specialization. Over 20 years of professional engagement to enable access to innovative treatments for patients in need.
Biljana is dedicated to upgrading health education evidence-based, promoting a healthy lifestyle, and embedding healthy habits.

Dr. Muhammad Daniyal Haider is a general physician who continuously seeks for platforms to serve the community and utilize his knowledge and abilities to improve the health system. Dedication to the cure of diseases and, more importantly, prevention and awareness of people about these diseases is the goal. He is a general physician, author, and calligrapher. He is passionate about research projects, the latest guidelines and techniques which can lead to a better approach to the patient’s condition.

Drew Sutton is a retired ENT doctor living in the Southeastern US. He is board-certified, a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He earned his MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. For almost 30 years, Dr. Sutton practiced in all aspects of ENT, including specializing in ear and sinus disorders. He is passionate about communicating his clinical experiences and making his knowledge more accessible to the general public.

Dustin Brown is a Healthcare Administrator living in the mountain west. He is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives. He earned his Master’s of Science in Healthcare Administration while serving in the United States Airforce where he retired as a Captain. Dustin is passionate about the accessibility of healthcare for various populations and is dedicated to opening additional pathways to services.

Onyinye Elizabeth Mbata is a medical doctor, an occupational health expert, a health writer, and a health coach. She specializes in general medicine and occupational health. She has been practicing for over 5 years.

Franco Cuevas is a physician who graduated from the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. He practices general medicine in the Emergency Department at Sanatorio de la Cañada, Córdoba. His focus is on writing medical content to improve physicians' access to relevant medical information for daily practice. He has participated in some research projects and has a special joy in teaching and writing about medical concepts.

I am an experienced medical content writer, translator, and resident physician.

Dr. Isaac Z. Pugach, M.D. is a licensed, board-certified Internal Medicine physician who has been practicing medicine for more than 20 years. He graduated from the University of Texas medical school in Galveston and completed residency training at large teaching hospitals in New York City. Dr. Pugach’s private clinic, Pure Spring Medical, is located in Plano, Texas, and it serves the residents of Dallas metroplex.

Krystie Linares is a physician with 10 years of experience as a family practitioner and occupational health specialist. She has collaborated with several companies, startups, and individuals, by doing research, developing educational content, managing medical libraries, and working as a database curator.

I am a drug safety expert interested in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector. I bring with me an extensive understanding in medical and regulatory affairs, pharmacovigilance, clinical development, and clinical sciences which allows me to deliver expert-level work and success.

Dr. Sharif Samir Alijla, is a general medical doctor and a well-rounded professional that cares and treats patients from Palestine. I participated in many medical studies and conferences, I've launched a range of community initiatives and taken part in a variety of leadership and change training programs. I worked as an author for many medical websites such as TebFact . I specialized in writing medical articles from authoritative and updated sources in a simple and smooth the way for the reader.

I am a dedicated healthcare researcher and an enthusiast specializing in medical grants, medical education and research. Through my articles, I aim to empower healthcare professionals and researchers with valuable insights and resources to navigate these critical aspects effectively.

Tim is an accomplished healthcare executive with a diverse clinical and leadership background. He has had the privilege of leading both small and large, complex organizations over the course of his career in the capacity of CNO, COO, CEO and Executive Director. He earned his undergraduate degrees in nursing from Penn State University and Gannon University (Erie, PA) and his graduate degree from Emory University.  He is a member of the American Organization of Nursing Leadership and the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Virginia Rodriguez is a last-year medical student at the Catholic University of Cordoba, Argentina. Her undergraduate studies are complemented by a diploma in eating disorders and experience as a teaching assistant in a normal anatomy chair for 6 years at the same university. She is interested in developing her research skills and producing educational content.