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Anthem and Beacon launch series of programs for Mental Health Awareness Month

Emily Boerger | May 28, 2020 | California, Texas, Washington

During the month of May, Anthem and Beacon Health Options launched a series of programs and initiatives as part of Mental Health Awareness Month. Anthem Inc. completed its acquisition of Beacon Health Options in March, during which time Anthem Foundation also announced a new partnership with Mental Health America.  ...[ Read More ]

5 Things California: Financial impacts on providers, "The Special Session," CalAIM

| Apr 24, 2020 | California

For many of us, we are not simply "working from home." We're at home, trying to work. It's not the same. And as these weeks grind into months, we should try to give ourselves a little grace to feel less productive than normal. And, the room to simply be sad...[ Read More ]

5 Things Texas: Gov. Abbott, Building capacity, David Bergman

| Apr 9, 2020 | Texas

The impact of COVID is real, even if your community hasn't been hit by it directly. From worry driven by our social networks and media to the economic impact across the state, this is a trying time for us all. How this public health crisis and economic trauma impact our...[ Read More ]

What They're Watching: Chris Daher, Beacon Health Options

Emily Boerger | Feb 5, 2020 | California

Chris Daher is the Vice President of Network Strategy at Beacon Health Options. He joins us in this edition of “What They’re Watching” to discuss telehealth.     “The biggest challenge we have is access to care. There's just not enough providers in California -- I think that's kind of...[ Read More ]

5 Things Arizona: Lorry Bottrill, Bills to watch, Coronavirus

| Jan 30, 2020 | Arizona

Our 2020 Arizona State of Reform Health Policy Conference is coming up on May 21st - right around the corner!  We haven't yet opened registration for this year's conference, but you can check out the highlights from last year's event for a sense of the energy, optimism and conversations that...[ Read More ]

Building linkages between the clinic and the community

Michael Goldberg | Jan 29, 2020 | Texas

Clinical-community linkages help to connect health care providers, community organizations, and public health agencies so they can improve patients' access to preventive and chronic care services. Such linkages are cited by researchers as mechanisms for reducing and preventing disease in communities. Cultivating collaboration among community-based organizations and the health care...[ Read More ]