5 Things Arizona: Prefiled bills, Excess COVID deaths, Q&A w/ Justin Chase
Eli Kirshbaum | Dec 29, 2021 | Arizona
This is the last Texas "5 Things" of 2022, and what a year it's been! Those in the health policy world have been through a lot this year, so thank you for all the hard work you do to improve health care and for supporting our journalism. Registration is now open
We just opened registration for next year's 2022 Northern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference! We're thrilled to be returning to Sacramento in-person on March 23 at the SAFE Credit Union Convention Center in Sacramento. We will comply with local public health guidelines and be requiring proof of vaccination
With this being the last Colorado "5 Things" newsletter of 2021, we want to extend our best wishes to all of you and hope you have a wonderful holiday season surrounded by loved ones and good food! This month, we cover DOI's submission of the finalized 1332 waiver amendment—the most recent step in implementing
We were delighted to see many of you at the 2021 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference last week. After so many months in the virtual space, it was incredibly refreshing to host an in-person event where stakeholders could have thoughtful, face-to-face conversations on state health care policy.
In the first edition of the "What They're Watching" interview series we've curated from the 2021 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference, Community Health Group CEO Norma Diaz shares how her organization is laser-focused on serving its members above all else. Diaz says she visits members’
We were honored to host Sup. Nathan Fletcher as the Lunch Keynote speaker at last week’s 2021 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference. The chair of the San Diego Board of Supervisors offered his thoughts on political polarization, behavioral health integration in San Diego County, and the county’s