The Moral Imperative of Responsible Advocacy: An Educator’s Perspective on Dental Therapy

I teach an introductory dental public health course for first-year dental students. The course encourages students to use the scientific literature as the basis for developing evidence-based solutions to public health problems.

State And Federal Policy Action To Address Black Maternal Health Disparities

This week marks the second annual Black Maternal Health Week, which runs through April 17. The Black Mamas Matter Alliance (BMMA) has organized this week’s activities, and Community Catalyst is proud to be a co-sponsor.

Advocates and Providers Partnering to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences

Although there continues to be debate on how best to address ACEs, many pediatric providers are taking steps to incorporate the science of trauma into their work.

Improving Care for Kids: Engage Now to Influence State Proposals

Consumer advocates working to address health inequity and expand access to youth mental health and substance use services should get involved now to ensure their state’s project includes those elements.

Eldercare Voices: Embracing Population Health to Improve Care for Older Adults

The emergence of value-based models of care has brought increased attention to improving coordination and quality while reducing unnecessary procedures and increasing attention to quality of life and patient-centered, individualized care.

What’s Next for Health Care Reform: Where Are We, Where Are We Going and How Do We Get There?

With Democrats recently installed as the majority in the House of Representatives, a favorite story line of health care reporters has become the presumed fault line between different parts of the caucus.

Rubber, Meet Road: Consumer Engagement in Oregon’s Coordinated Care Organization Program

At a meeting of Community Advisory Council members engaged with Orgeon's Coordinated Care Programs (CCOs),many lessons on how the potential of these bodies can be realized through effective implementation.

Why We Must Fight Back Against the Proposed SNAP Work Requirements

Proposed Administration rule changes to SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, may lead to 755,000 people losing their SNAP benefits, and public comments are needed.

A Bridge Plan to Where? CMS Grants Unprecedented Restrictions to Utah's Voter-Approved Medicaid Expansion

Today, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved a proposal from Utah that imposes harmful and unprecedented restrictions on the Medicaid expansion program that Utah voters approved last November.
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