5 Things Alaska: Health policy review, Pfizer vaccine, 10-year economic report
DJ Wilson | Oct 22, 2020 | Alaska
Seven state lawmakers gathered this week to discuss the health care and fiscal policy teed up for Alaska’s 2021 legislative session. The conversations took place between two separate panels – one featuring Democrats and the other featuring Republicans – during the 2020 Alaska State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference.
We are looking forward to seeing a few hundred of our closest friends next week at this year's 2020 Alaska State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference! It looks like we will have a good crowd with us, based on early registration, with over 120 organizations with us this
Commonwealth North, an organization dedicated to informing Alaskans about public policy issues, launched a new website on Wednesday to assist Alaskans in better understanding the state’s fiscal and economic challenges. The website allows users to make choices on ways to reduce spending and increase revenues to fill the state’s projected
We are very excited to host our 2020 Alaska State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference in two weeks! While this is our first virtual conference we've held in Alaska, it's actually our 10th year hosting State of Reform in the state! I wasn't sure we were going to make it
The Commonwealth Fund released its 2020 Scorecard on State Health System Performance on Friday, offering a state-by-state comparison on a broad range of health indicators. These recent findings include data collected prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new scorecard includes a total of 49 measurements which are grouped into four
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