Colorado leaders want to make hospital community benefit distribution more representative of the community
Boram Kim | Apr 3, 2023 | Colorado
This month's newsletter features a conversation with University of Utah Health's Dr. Amy Locke on innovative approaches to health care policy, new data from DHHS on health inequities related to COVID-19, and an update on the work of the One Utah Health Collaborative. Thanks for reading! Eli Kirshbaum State of Reform
A rare genetic mutation could help explain why some families are more susceptible to diabetes and kidney failure, according to a new study led by University of Utah Health scientists. They say the discovery, made within multiple generations of a single family, could ultimately lead to better treatments for these
The Travis County Commissioners Court (TCCC) voted unanimously last Tuesday to conduct a more thorough third-party performance audit of Central Health (CH) after a previously planned audit was deemed to be too lax. A performance audit approved by the TCCC in late July—in response to a report raising concerns about
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has opened grant application submissions for its Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Incubator Program. The program grants will aid eligible nonprofit and public health care providers in expanding services to underserved and uninsured Texans. “Supporting people’s access to quality health care is
AUSTIN, Texas – Austin Public Health (APH) reports community spread of monkeypox in Austin-Travis County as additional cases are identified and confirmed. APH continues to provide key information to the public in an effort to prevent the spread of monkeypox within the community and educate the public on preventative steps they
With Roe v. Wade overturned, the Shades of Blue Project will host a week-long event and discuss its impact to the maternal mental health of Black women HOUSTON, Texas, July 7, 2022 — Black maternal morbidity is on the rise and the numbers are higher than originally reported.