The Kaiser Family Foundation just released their issue brief: What Worked and What’s Next? Strategies in Four States Leading ACA Enrollment Efforts in which Washington State is featured. CHOICE, a Lead Organization for the Washington Health Benefit Exchange’s implementation of the Affordable Care Act, was one of several stakeholders interviewed by the research team at the Kaiser Family Foundation in the development of this issue brief.
It is a great pleasure to announce that Dr. Scott Rowley of Small to Tall Pediatric Dentistry is the new Dental Champion for the Access to Baby & Child Dentistry Program (ABCD) in Thurston County. Dr. Rowley brings invaluable experience and leadership to the program, since he previously served as the ABCD Champion in Grays Harbor County. Small to Tall Pediatric Dentistry is well-known for their service to our community, providing month-long free dental screenings to hundreds of children during the
OLYMPIA – The Health Care Authority today announced the selection of CHOICE Regional Health Network as one of ten organizations to receive grant awards totaling $485,000 to help communities across the state achieve better health, better care and lower costs as part of the statewide plan for a healthier Washington. CHOICE and the other nine apparently successful applicants for the Community of Health Planning grants were notified today of their awards. In July they will begin six months of planning
Stakeholders and community partners from 10 counties gathered Wednesday, May 21 in Tumwater to form the new Cascade Pacific Action Alliance—a coalition of private and public organizations that is working to improve community health by engaging in broad cross-sectoral collaboration. The meeting gathered representatives from a broad spectrum of industries and organizations that are involved in healthcare and community health throughout Western Washington. People from state agencies, school districts, hospitals and clinics throughout the region joined numerous elected officials and