Medicaid Expansion Improves Health and Access to Care, Survey of Montanans Finds

The hits keep on coming! A new survey of Montana Medicaid expansion enrollees confirms that Medicaid expansion dramatically improves access to health care, as well as overall health.

The Opioid Crisis in Black Communities: Who is Paying Attention?

As overdose deaths are rapidly increasing in many Black communities, we ask who is paying attention, and more importantly, who is taking action?

A Partnership to Expand Oral Health Justice

We are launching the National Partnership for Dental Therapy to make access to oral health care for all a reality.

As Second Shutdown Looms: America’s Health is on the Line

The recent government shutdown, the longest in American history, dominated national headlines for its impact on the lives of 800,000 federal workers and their families.

Fighting for Families: Five Health Care Policies State Legislators Should Push this Session

This week state legislators across the country are engaging in an annual week of action to lift up policies that promote economic opportunity and security for all families.

Screening for Social Needs: How Medicaid Can Address Social Determinants of Health

Several states are in the beginning stages of allowing their Medicaid program to deliver care to patients in ways that address their health-related social needs.

Hold Patients Harmless From Surprise Medical Bills – An Open Letter to the President

As you mentioned during your health care round table last week, surprise medical bills are a serious problem. Fortunately, if you are serious about finding a solution to this problem, we know what needs to be done.

Building Blocks for Change: Focusing on Trauma and Children’s Mental Health in 2019

In 2018, Community Catalyst created our Top Five Health Equity Priorities for Kids to provide a blueprint for targeted advocacy. This blueprint focused on safeguarding health care access, pursuing innovation models that address the needs of the whole family and...

New Year, New Capitol: Building Relationships With Lawmakers

As the saying goes: “New Year, new you!” Or in this case, New Year, new people in many government positions.
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