Implementing a Scalable Strategy for Reducing COVID Infections, Hospitalizations, and Deaths Among Older Adults and Other High-Risk Populations: CV19 CheckUp
Join this webinar to hear a statewide aging director discuss why they adopted the service and a foundation president describe how philanthropy is helping to contribute to the widespread diffusion of this innovation.
This webinar provided a briefing on recent record-setting health insurance coverage losses, with a special focus on how people of color and other historically disadvantaged and marginalized communities are affected.
Kimberly Johnson, Director of the Duke Center for REACH Equity and Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University, and Cara James, President and CEO of Grantmakers In Health, discussed the critical challenges communities of color face in accessing serious-illness and palliative care.
This on-demand webinar highlights advocacy efforts to authorize dental therapy training, licensure, certification and ensure standardized metrics at both the state and national levels
This on-demand webinar features a discussion of the book details the landscape of oral health disparities and highly vulnerable populations.
Leonardo Cuello, Director of Health Policy for the National Health Law Program, gave a snapshot of the latest administrative and legislative activities related to health care access and coverage that funders need to be aware of as we head into the election season.
On this call, philanthropic leaders discussed how institutions are broadening, deepening, or recasting efforts to achieve health equity to meet this moment; identified opportunities to align resources and coordinate planning within philanthropy and with allied sectors; and fostered connections between funders engaged in health equity and social justice work to help increase learning and collaboration, and to achieve the greatest impact.
As Medicaid is a large portion of state budgets, it is one area likely to be affected, but how? What will state budget cuts mean for children and families? On this webinar, participants discussed these topics and learned more about what funders can do.
On this webinar, participants learned from experts and advocates in the field about the evolving landscape, including how Medicaid expansion is playing out and how the block grant and work requirement conversation has shifted.
This webinar addressed the unique aspects of response and recovery for a worldwide pandemic, with a focus on international grantmaking to support communities in developing nations.