High noncompliance rates for student immunizations persist in some Washington school districts
Michael Goldberg | Jan 2, 2020 | Washington
Last night, our kids and about 10-12 other kids on our street went caroling around the neighborhood. It was dark, and chilly, of course. But, in an hour, we met a 102-woman none of us had met before. The kids hugged the recent widower on the corner. And, we introduced
In a press conference on Wednesday, Governor Inslee revealed his supplemental budget proposal heading into the 2020 session. Headlining the budget proposal is $319 million in spending aimed at reducing homelessness and "transforming Washington's behavioral health care system." Under Inslee’s proposal, funds would be diverted from the state’s $2.5 billion emergency
Dr. Camille Samujh is a practicing physician anesthesiologist in the Western Washington area. She completed her anesthesia residency training in New York City and also holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Washington. She wrote the following op-ed on policy solutions to end surprise medical billing.
Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD), an oral health program which connects Medicaid-insured children up to age six with dentists specially trained to treat babies, toddlers and preschoolers, is celebrating its twenty year anniversary. Originating in Spokane as a local program to connect underserved children with oral health care,
Do you want a deeper dive into some of the more important issues facing the health care community today? Earlier this fall, we posted 7 session topics in health policy for your review. Attendees voted via registration and determined the three sessions we’ll host on January 8th, the
Sutter Health | Aetna announced on Wednesday a new offering with 98point6 to make primary care more accessible for all of its members. 98point6 pairs AI and machine learning to make primary care more accessible via a mobile app. Their platform offers on-demand, text-based access to virtual primary