5 Things Oregon: Herd immunity, Rep. Moore-Green, Workforce report
DJ Wilson | Feb 9, 2021 | Oregon
Our 2021 Hawaii State of Reform Health Policy Conference was an honor to host for the 300 or so folks who were able to join us for this virtual event. Now, we are planning our first ever conference focused on federal policy. Our 2021 State of Reform Federal Health Policy Conference
This monthly newsletter, and indeed all of our reporting on Florida health care, is funded by the success of our annual conference. This year's virtual event, the 2021 Florida State of Reform Health Policy Conference, is coming up on May 20th. In the next few weeks, our Convening Panel will
When we build our agendas for our annual conferences, we wait until as late as possible to get started. Then, we ask our Convening Panel, sponsors and readers this question: What are you spending your mental energy on? We then ask our network to tell us who has the best
I just finished pulling the data on item 4 below. It's always a downer to see the hard data that is self-reported and to look at the objective numbers of the state of our economy. It has been one year and 2 days since the first COVID case was found in Arizona.
One-third of all small businesses say they could not afford to pay January's rent. We have had 44 weeks in a row where unemployment claims were higher than the worst week during the Great Recession. In the latest US Census Pulse survey results, 10.1% of 4.9m respondents in Washington State received mental health therapy in
We are now on the other side of the 45th peaceful transfer of power since our Constitution was ratified in 1789. It is one of the most uncommon things in the great swath of human history, having hardly ever been done without swords or battles of some sort. Here, in