5 Things Alaska: State budget, Biden transition players, Election results
DJ Wilson | Nov 20, 2020 | Alaska
What an election season it has been in Alaska... We're going to leave most of that aside, even though we think it's the most important topic to watch in Alaska health care for this month, and focus on some key takeaways we heard at our recent conference. We also try
Local community resource center Connect Mat-Su has launched a new website at www.connectmatsu.org. The new site gives residents easy access to the largest known database of support services available in the Mat-Su. Connect Mat-Su was developed by the Mat-Su Health Foundation and community partners to be a comprehensive
Alaska can expect to add 18,000 jobs (5.5% growth) from 2018 to 2028, according to the latest volume of Alaska Economic Trends Magazine from the Alaska Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development. The new projections look to the economy’s past performance to determine the future outlook, but also take into
The coronavirus outbreak, like other pandemics before it, is severely impacting mental health and those effects will likely linger long into the future. A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found elevated rates of mental health conditions, particularly among young people under 24, racial/ethnic minorities, essential workers
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