Over 120 organizations coming to State of Reform in Alaska next week!
DJ Wilson | Sep 23, 2020 | Alaska
The Detailed Agenda for our 2020 Alaska State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference on September 30th is now available! We have carefully crafted these panel topics after a long process of stakeholder engagement that helped us zero in on the health care policy topics most important and relevant to Alaska. We are excited to share this list
Recent results from a Public Policy Polling survey indicate a neck and neck race in Alaska’s US Senate election. According to the poll, 43% of Alaska voters plan to vote for Republican incumbent Sen. Dan Sullivan and 43% plan to vote for independent Al Gross, who has the backing of
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) has confirmed 16 positive COVID-19 cases at the McLaughlin Youth Center (MYC), including 12 youth in a treatment unit and four staff members who work on the unit. Upon being notified about the cases, the Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) leadership
Sometimes, it makes sense to pause and take in all of the stress around us. School is starting back up. Over a billion dollars is getting spent to tell Americans why we should vote against this person or that issue. The pandemic continues with no end in sight. The economy
Nikole Nelson is the Executive Director of the Alaska Legal Services Corporation, which offers free civil legal services to low-income Alaskans. She joins us in this edition of “What They’re Watching” to discuss building partnerships to address the social determinants of health. These remarks were recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak
Two statewide offices, 11 Senate seats, and all 40 House seats are on the ballot for Alaska’s August 18th primary. With that in mind, here’s a rundown of races we’ll be watching, particularly among those featuring incumbents who have a hand in shaping Alaska’s health policy. Four of the five