Health and human service organizations often get behind with learning and development. What if there were a solution specifically for this industry? Well, now there is a solution with Eccovia […]
Eccovia is proud to sponsor Pivot Adventure, a nonprofit organization that provides outdoor recreational therapy to teens experiencing mental health challenges. We interviewed Katie Allred, co-founder and CFO of Pivot […]
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Since 2009, March 31st marks Transgender Day of Visibility. Celebrated by LGBTQ+ communities across the globe, this day serves as a chance to honor progress that transgender individuals and groups have made. It also offers a chance to improve the ways social services address transgender and gender non-conforming communities.
Understanding healthcare legislation can feel daunting, and lead to a whirlwind of confusion and questions. With the recent passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), healthcare is once again […]
In President Trump’s address to congress this week healthcare reform was on the forefront of the agenda. On February 24th a discussion draft surfaced of the House Republican’s plan for […]
Over the past few years, states have begun encouraging collaborations between medical, behavioral health, and social service providers in order to drive whole person care and address the social determinants […]
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, about 9 million people in the United States are covered by both Medicare and Medicaid. These dual-eligible beneficiaries have complex, high risk, and often […]
With the results of last week’s presidential election, many people are left wondering about the future of healthcare in the U.S. While time will tell what parts of the Affordable […]
Today Medicaid is playing an increasing role in the US healthcare system with more than one in five Americans covered by Medicaid. This growth in the number of individuals served […]
The term “Population Health” has begun to be widely accepted as the way to describe the combined efforts to improve community health. New initiatives seek to improve population health by […]
In a growing number of communities, healthcare, housing, and housing assistance providers are working together to coordinate care for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. Many of these individuals are Medicaid beneficiaries. […]