Founded in 1943, the Hektoen Institute of Medicine is one of the largest medical nonprofit organizations in Chicago. For over 60 years, we have promoted medical learning, education, and research in order to extend the boundaries of knowledge and improve the care of the sick. We help investigators locate funding for research and healthcare programs by assisting with grant writing and management, including accounting, reporting, and personnel management. Our grant management history began at the start of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and we continue today as a leader in HIV grant management. Hektoen manages a diverse grant portfolio for various disease states, public health initiatives, clinical research, and community health. In response to the changing healthcare landscape, including the passage of the Affordable Care Act, Hektoen has expanded its data management, compliance, and patient-centered research efforts to better serve its clients.