Health Care Access Now extends many thanks to the Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati for their donation of more than 130 gently used books and DVDs. We will include them in our newborn bags and give them to our clients and their children. For more information about the Literacy Network, go to their website: http://www.lngc.org/.
The Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) has submitted its application for the “Healthy Ohio” to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). As the state has its application reviewed by the federal government, we want to revisit the process associated with applying and discuss the potential next steps. Read details as to how…
Health Care Access Now is the recipient of a $1.75 million grant from Bethesda Inc., a co-sponsor of TriHealth.
Health Care Access Now has two job openings. Community Care Coordinator and Project Manager_Pathways to Health. For more information, click on the titles to link to a job description. For information about how to apply, contact Sarah Mills at email@example.com.
XU graduate students selected HCAN to provide support for writing a proposal on behalf of HCAN’s Pregnancy Care Coordination Program to secure funding to purchase portable cribs.
Health Care Access Now is one of five projects being funded by Ohio Medicaid in its work to combat infant mortality.
Health Care Access Now CEO Judith Warren, appeared on “Issues” on WLWT on May 8, along with Kiana Trabue, Executive Director of Healthy Living for the YMCA.
Health Care Access Now was part of the Ohio Commission on Minority Health’s March 24 kickoff event for national Minority Health Month. CEO Judith Warren brought a display featuring HCAN programs and services and shared information with attendees.
The Ohio Commission on Infant Mortality has just released its first official report and recommendations. Health Care Access Now joins Senator Shannon Jones and the Commission in this important work. Ohio ranks 45th in the nation in infant mortality and nearly last for African American babies. We’re committed to working together to reduce these numbers. To see the full report, go to: http://bit.ly/1MDtKZL. To see the press conference, go to http://bit.ly/1S44cXq.
HCAN CEO Judith Warren speaks at Ohio Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative.