“Primary Care Is Primary” in Addressing Systemic Issues of Health Care Inequities, High Costs, and Lack of Access. Stephanie Ondrias Chief Convening and Education Officer Texas Health Institute Primary care,
Primary Care is a common good, which makes strength and quality of the country's primary care services a public concern.
This policy brief offers a strategic framework as a starting point for collaborative efforts among the major stakeholders in the oral health care delivery system in Texas.
August 25th marks the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Harvey slamming into Rockport, Texas- most people will remember the devastating rainfall.
As the executive director at the Coalition of Texans with Disabilities (CTD), I interact with many people with disabilities. Poor oral health is endemic and obvious, particularly among adults with
Austin—Nueces County today released a first-of-its-kind health equity report that sheds light on the role that social, economic and neighborhood conditions have played in shaping and perpetuating health disparities in
Translating evidence and ideas, or “sense-making,” is a core competency of Texas Health Institute (THI) as the state’s public health institute. The Community Health team’s work over multiple projects in
The most recent evidence base suggests significant Medicaid cost savings associated with dental benefits for adults with disabilities.
The meeting brought our MSRGN membership together to share progress on 6 initiatives of our new grant cycle to foster state team collaboration and to launch 4 surveys for 3
Corpus Christi — The Nueces County government and hospital district have launched an innovative effort to develop a health equity report and data analytics platform. The combined offering will provide