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Brian Sasser 3h
. agrees -- a much larger % of health care system resources needs to be shifted to address the non-medical, underlying causes of poor health. It's about improving !
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Elena Maslia Marks 5h
Ahead of the last week, I shared why 2020 candidates need to focus on addressing the non-medical underlying causes of health issues and improving health, rather than just the health care system
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 11
Our health care system is unsustainable, yet we fixate on managing symptoms instead of focusing on the root causes that improve health. EHF CEO asks candidates to prioritize in
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eric moen Sep 12
Brian and I made the rounds from LaPorte to Baytown today hearing inspirational community ministry stories from the Rev’s Viktoria Gotting and Meredith Crigler. @ The…
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Elena Maslia Marks Sep 16
I agree, we need systematic ways to pay for evidence-based solutions targeting the root causes of health challenges, namely the social determinants of health.
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Elena Maslia Marks Sep 12
Learn how EHF is changing the conversation by working with health care providers to improve the health of their patients, not just delivering more medical services. That's .
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Episcopal Health Fdn 7h
"Providers can serve as gateways for patients to resolve their nonmedical challenges, increasing patients' ability to follow clinical recommendations & improve their quality of life." – on social prescribing.
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 16
Stakeholders in the health system need to come together to identify and implement solutions that address the root causes of health problems.
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Elena Maslia Marks Sep 13
"Too many people here are suffering from deteriorating social conditions that the healthcare system is ill-equipped to address." A nation’s health in full retreat via
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 10
“These are dangerous trends. We have worked really hard for a number of years to increase to the number and percentage of Texans who are covered by health insurance," says EHF’s . via
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 13
. published a new study demonstrating that participation in an exercise program improves both mental and physical health of seniors. Getting healthy is more than just visiting the doctor's office.
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 16
.'s 2017 survey of Medicaid managed care plans found that most were actively working to help beneficiaries address , frequently through housing and nutrition activities.
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 11
: EHF CEO penned an op-ed in urging presidential candidates to change the policy conversation to improving health, not just health care.
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Elena Maslia Marks Sep 12
Getting excited for at the end of the month. I will be discussing and improving health with 's , Austin's , 's , and 's !
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Elena Maslia Marks Sep 13
Medicaid managed care plans are leading the culture shift to identify and address at the state level by requiring screening and referrals for social needs. Great summary from , .
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Elena Maslia Marks Sep 11
Hope you read my op-ed in on the need for presidential candidates to talk about improving health, not just health care.
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 14
. published a new report about solutions to address , providing safe and healthy environments, and better health outcomes for all. Read more here:
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Episcopal Health Fdn Sep 12
Only a few more weeks until EHF's , 's , Austin's , 's , and 's take the stage to discuss how to address to improve health!
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