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5 Things Colorado: COVID survey, Early Bird registration, Telehealth report

| Sep 11, 2020 | Colorado

Six months ago, it wasn't clear that State of Reform would still be here today. All of our content is funded through revenue from live events. And, COVID put a damper on those. We moved to the virtual space, trying to build a platform that could foster community, collaboration and...[ Read More ]

5 Things Washington: Detailed Agenda, Committee Days, Election polling

| Sep 10, 2020 | Washington

In two weeks time, we'll be hosting our 2020 Inland NW State of Reform Health Policy Conference. In the pre-COVID space, this was an event that was focused on Eastern Washington. However, in this time of COVID, this event has taken on the feel of a statewide event - with speakers...[ Read More ]

5 Things Oregon: Topical Agenda, State Health Improvement Plan, Medicaid enrollments

| Sep 10, 2020 | Oregon

Six months ago, it wasn't clear that State of Reform would still be here today. All of our content is funded through revenue from live events. And, COVID put a damper on all of those. We moved to the virtual space, trying to build a platform that could foster community,...[ Read More ]

5 Things California: DHCS RFI, Legislative recap, What you missed

| Sep 3, 2020 | California

The current seven-day average of new daily cases statewide is 4,918. One month ago on August 1, the 7-day average was 8,026, a 39% reduction in new daily cases. The rate hasn’t been this low since June 25th. Unfortunately, at this new, lower rate, one in 22 Californians will be...[ Read More ]

5 Things Hawaii: Bruce Anderson, Medicaid enrollments, Jeannette Koijane

| Sep 3, 2020 | Hawaii

On August 9th, 309 new cases were reported in Hawaii – almost 50% higher than the two week average of new daily cases. The 14-day average is 230 new cases. At that lower rate of 230 cases per day, that means 1 in 16 Hawaii residents will likely contract the...[ Read More ]

5 Things Texas: Rep. Lina Ortega, North Texas Virtual Conference, Rep. Garnet Coleman

| Sep 3, 2020

In the last seven days, the average daily rate of infections is down across Texas by 32%. That’s the good news. However, even those reduced trends would mean one in 16 Texans would become infected with COVID over the next 12 months. With that as context, Steve Love, CEO of...[ Read More ]

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