Addressing the complex health needs of communities and populations is increasingly important.
Primary Care Wins in the 88th Texas Legislative Session and Impacts on the Primary Care System
Advancing Primary Care During the 88th Texas Legislative Session
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
Texas Health Institute (THI) is committed to healthier people and healthier communities. To us, this means using research, evidence, and science to find out what Texans need and working across
Given the systemic and chronic nature of our state’s challenges, the consortium proposes a three-pronged framework of solutions for a positive and sustainable impact. The proposed policy priorities for primary
Texas Primary Care Consortium (TPCC), with support from Episcopal Health Foundation and St. David’s Foundation, brought together a statewide consensus panel to identify and advance bi-partisan, smart public policy that
Texas Health Institute was one of seven national finalists to receive a grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) to test their Aligning Sectors Theory of Change. Over the course