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5 Things Utah: Q&A w/ Rep. Candice Pierucci, Interim committee meeting, Medicaid vaccination rates

| Sep 23, 2021 | Utah

We had a bit of news yesterday. State of Reform has joined the HMA family of companies. That family includes the Leavitt Partners, which is a national institution among health consultancies based in SLC. So, this alignment deepens our roots in Utah and connects Leavitt and State of Reform at the hip....[ Read More ]

5 Things California: Conversation w/Asm. Wood, Budget proposals, Legislative session update

| May 5, 2021 | California

We are at the front end of the "end game" for the budget this fiscal year, as legislators await the May revision to anticipated revenue for FY '22. We'll also see the Gov's new budget proposal. The final budget must be passed no later than June 15th. So, lots from...[ Read More ]

5 Things Florida: Medicaid cuts, Topical Agenda, PBM reform

| Apr 6, 2021 | Florida

My Gonzaga Bulldogs were outplayed last night in the NCAA Men's College Basketball National Championship. Congrats to my neighbor, a Baylor grad, and the rest of the Baylor Bears for a well earned victory. Gonzaga has been on an incredible run. They have made the NCAA post-season tournament every years...[ Read More ]

5 Things California: Q&A w/Asm. Buffy Wicks, Legislators shaping health policy, Financial impacts on FQHCs

| Apr 5, 2021 | California

I know there are a lot of other important things going on in the world. But, tonight's game between Gonzaga and Baylor for the Men's NCAA College Basketball National Championship is on my list of things I will be watching tonight at 6:20 PM PST. If you missed the winning...[ Read More ]

HHS to invest over $6 billion in Community Health Centers to improve vaccine access

Emily Boerger | Mar 26, 2021 | Federal

The Biden administration announced on Thursday a $6 billion investment in Community Health Centers to expand access to COVID-19 vaccinations, treatment, and testing. The money, which comes from the recently-passed American Rescue Plan Act, will be used to specifically target vulnerable, under-served populations. According to data from the White House,...[ Read More ]

Study on the pandemic's financial impact on California's CHCs finds largest centers suffered largest losses

| Mar 24, 2021 | California

A study from Capital Link on the pandemic’s financial impact on California’s Community Health Centers (CHCs) found that the largest centers suffered the most losses.  The study found that the centers that had the most capacity pre-pandemic, and those that serve 68% of all patients and 69% of Medi-Cal patients...[ Read More ]