5 Things Utah: Q&A w/ Jaime Wissler, Children's mental health, Youth Medicaid coverage
Eli Kirshbaum | Sep 22, 2022 | Utah
Jaime Wissler is a seasoned public servant with 25 years of experience coordinating with industry partners, and local, state, and federal governments. Wissler has worked a variety of criminal investigations surrounding health care fraud, illegal narcotics, bank fraud, money laundering, wire fraud, identity theft, assault, workplace violence, and more. Wissler
Kristi Kleinschmit provides clinical services for children and adolescents at the University of Utah Huntsman Mental Health Institute. She is a consulting psychiatrist to primary care providers across the state of Utah through the CALL-UP psychiatric consultation line. She acts as Vice Chair of Education for the Huntsman Mental
Cleaner air improves student performance, decreases COVID transmission and school absenteeism. In an historic, far reaching clean air initiative, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment (UPHE) and the Utah Department of Health and Human Services (UDHHS) have joined forces to launch a project to place air purifiers in every K
In an effort to reduce unnecessary doctor visits and help patients receive specialized care faster, Intermountain Healthcare is opening Intermountain Southwest Ortho Urgent Care clinic on the St. George Regional Hospital campus. This is Intermountain’s first orthopedic urgent care clinic, which will improve access for patients with affordable orthopedic care and specialists.
During a special signing ceremony on Tuesday, Governor Spencer Cox took the One Utah Health Collaborative’s (OUHC) pledge of commitment to improving affordability, equity, and outcomes for the state’s health care system. Cox announced OUHC’s 6-member Board of Directors and the Executive Director, Jaime Wissler, who joined the
Utah recently recorded some of the lowest numbers of COVID-19 deaths and steepest declines in COVID-19 hospitalizations in the country. Leisha Nolen, MD, PhD, Utah’s State Epidemiologist, attributes those results to the state’s unique set of demographics as a relatively young and healthy population. With 65% of its