Addressing the complex health needs of communities and populations is increasingly important.
Within the sphere of community health, health literacy emerges as an essential aspect of patient-centered healthcare.
This project used quantitative data; both publicly available and a robust bilingual community survey, and centered it on qualitative data, leading to a rich and robust story of a community
United Health Group released America's Health Rankings' first brief in the “Health Equity in Focus” series.
This report provides an overview of the process, methods, and findings of identifying health and social determinants of health needs in the city of Laredo, community assets, as well as a summary
This fact sheet summarizes key findings identified through four, one-hour group sessions on mental health, housing, employment, and COVID-19 in each of the eight TransFORWARD regions in Texas.
Implementing an increase to the base wage of community attendants reimbursed through Medicaid will reduce the shortage of workers, address unmet needs of low-income Texans with disabilities, and generate savings and revenue to
In 2022, Texas Health Institute had the opportunity to be the fiscal sponsor for a small but vital nonprofit in Central Texas: Black Mamas ATX, headed by Executive Director Kelenne
Momentum in the Mountains: A virtual summit to educate, engage, and connect families, providers, and public health professionals around contemporary topics in genetics.