New opioid recovery pilot program coming to 12 Florida counties
Nicole Pasia | Aug 5, 2022 | Florida
With her 30 years of experience working with the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), Carol Steckel, Executive Vice President of Government Relations at InnovAge, reflects on the transformation of PACE from small-scale, community-based models to state investments that are being replicated across the country. With
Maryland policymakers, state agencies, and other health care executives are poised to take an all-encompassing approach to care for Marylanders with Alzheimer’s and other dementia, a leading expert in the field says. Even as the health care system continues to work through the stress of the COVID pandemic, new, historical
Adrienne Breidenstine, MSW, is the Vice President of Policy and Communications at the Behavioral Health System of Baltimore (BHSB), a nonprofit organization that manages Baltimore City’s care system for individuals with substance use and mental health disorders. In this Q&A, Breidenstine discusses the recent launch of the 988 Suicide and
Incoming results from Tuesday’s primary elections in Maryland indicate Del. Dan Cox, backed by former President Donald Trump, as the GOP winner. Results from the Democratic primary are still pending, although author and army veteran Wes Moore holds a lead over other frontrunners Tom Perez and Peter Franchot. Cox and
Jonathan Dayton is the Executive Director of the Maryland Rural Health Association (MRHA). In this “What They’re Watching” video, Dayton highlights MRHA’s priorities for ensuring rural Marylanders have access to health services. Telehealth has helped break down barriers to care for Maryland’s 18 rural counties. Dayton says MRHA
A new analysis from the Florida Policy Institute (FPI) breaks down the impact of the FY 2022-23 budget on the state’s Medicaid population, long term care, and various safety net programs. Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the $110 billion budget in June 2022, an 8.3% increase from the FY 2021-2022 budget.