Upcoming Webinars

Exploring GIH’s Policy Priorities for 2023

GIH has developed a policy agenda that explicitly identifies our public policy priorities for the coming year. This policy agenda will guide our programming, communications, and advocacy efforts. During this session, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about GIH’s public policy goals and objectives for 2023 and provide input on our activities to…

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A Health Spending Cap: Implications for Medicaid, CHIP, & ACA Implementation

On this call, Robert Greenstein, President of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, discussed the various budget plans before Congress, and their possible impact on Medicaid and other social programs.

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Mental Health Financing in the United States

This webinar reviewed the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured’s recent publication Mental Health Financing in the United States: A Primer.

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Backseat Budgeter

This webinar featured a demonstration of Backseat Budgeter® and a discussion of how and why it can be a useful tool for health funders.

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Know Your Care

On this webinar, funders discussed Know Your Care, a 501(c)(3) organization launching a communications campaign to educate key constituencies about the Affordable Care Act’s consumer and patient protections, using research-based messaging and real stories to ensure understanding of the law.

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CLASS: Exploring the Program and Role of Foundations

This webinar explored the features of CLASS, describe recent polling data about public opinion on the program, and demonstrate how funders can get involved by building continued support for the program.

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Child and Adolescent Health and Health Care Quality: Measuring What Matters

On this call, funders heard about IOM’s recommendations to standardize and make improvements to data sources and measures of health and health care quality for children and adolescents.

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It’s Never too Early to Prevent Childhood Obesity

This audioconference provided an overview of promising strategies for intervening as early as possible in efforts to prevent obesity in children.

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“Aligning Forces for Quality” and Supporting Payment Reform

This audioconference was designed for funders within the Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) regions (an initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) and described ways local funders can partner with their local AF4Q alliance around payment reform and improving health care quality.

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The Consumer Voice in Behavioral Health: A Powerful Tool

Do you use consumers as consultants or hire consumers as employees? The speakers on this webinar each discussed their own recovery perspective and how this experience benefits their current work, and shared strategies to incorporate the consumer voice into foundation activities.

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Schools as Venues for Improving Oral Health

On this webinar, speakers highlighted the potential of school-based health centers to offer oral health care, provided examples of innovative programs, and shared recommendations for how foundations can best support this work, in addition to discussing oral health strategies and the challenges faced when working with schools.

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