How Many People Might Lose Medicaid When States Unwind Continuous Enrollment?
Federal/state grants are not the only gateways to funding. There are close to 750 “community foundations” nationwide which are public charities dedicated to improving the lives of people in a defined local geographic area.
Around one fourth of the United States population does not have adequate health literacy.
Health literacy is defined as the ability to obtain, read, understand, and apply healthcare
The term digital divide is defined as the differences
of economic and social inequality in both access and usage of ICTs. 2, 3 Some population groups that are
affected by the digital divide include uninsured, at or below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL), lack
of internet access, etc
The five most recent states to expand the scope of reimbursement for pharmacists are Maryland, Missouri, North Dakota, Virginia and Wyoming
This toolkit, comprised of fact sheets, worksheets, sample communications materials, and sample social media is designed to help aid how you support your own mental health journey, along with your community’s.
There are multiple factors that will impact an individual patient’s choice on how to go about getting their prescription medication. It can be overwhelming to navigate this complex issue.
Once the continuous enrollment ends, it is estimated between 5 -14 million individuals will be affected
Charitable Pharmacies of America organization member receives Health Equity grant
A state by state look at anticipated 2023 State Timelines for Initiating Unwinding-Related Renewals