2018 Alaska State of Reform Lunch Keynote: Robin Gelburd
Emily Boerger | Oct 19, 2018 | Alaska
Mark Begich is a former US Senator and Mayor of the Municipality of Anchorage. This year, he is a candidate for Governor of the State of Alaska. Begich participated in the State of Reform conference as one of our morning keynotes where he discussed his vision for health care and
The resignation of Lt. Governor Byron Mallott has put in motion at least two key changes in state government relevant to health policy folks. Both revolve around Val Davidson, formerly the DHSS Commissioner and now the Lt. Governor. What's been highlighted in the main stream press is Davidson's ascendancy to
This press release was provided by the Office of Governor Walker. ANCHORAGE– Byron Mallott today resigned as Lieutenant Governor effective immediately, and Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson was sworn into the office during a private ceremony in Governor Bill Walker’s Anchorage office this afternoon. Governor Walker and Lieutenant Governor Davidson released the following
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Division of Behavioral Health has issued an RFP from Administrative Services Organizations (ASO) with expertise in behavioral health systems management. The request for proposals comes as part of DHSS’s Section 1115 Behavioral Health Waiver Demonstration negotiations with CMS. The purpose of
We hosted our 2018 Alaska State of Reform Health Policy Conference with about 300 attendees from across the silos of health care to cover some of the most complex issues in health care policy and reform. Check out what you missed, and hopefully we’ll see you next year!
Alaska Economic Trends’ latest “Industry and Occupation Projections” report predicts the health care industry will lead Alaska’s job growth between 2016 and 2026. The projections are produced every two years by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. According to the report, Alaska can expect to see an overall