SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is proud to have been recently recognized by the Alaska Immunization Program for meeting their Healthy Alaskans 2020 (HA2020) goals in 2017.
The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) Board approved a loan participation for a project located in Anchorage, Alaska.
The Alaska Legislature reached a compromise on the last day of the legislative session to pass a health care price transparency measure originally put forward by Representative Ivy Spohnholz (D-Anchorage).
The Alaska Division of Insurance, in coordination with organizations such as the Alaska Chamber of Commerce and the National Federation of Independent Businesses, is asking small business employers in Alaska to complete a survey to inform strategies for lowering health insurance premiums in the small group market.
On average, the Trust grants approximately $18 million annually to various nonprofits, state agencies and projects that promote long-term system change and/or innovative projects that improve the lives and circumstances of Trust beneficiaries. Grants are awarded throughout the year. “These grants demonstrate the Trust’s commitment to supporting a variety of programs and will have a positive impact on beneficiaries across the state,” said Mike Abbott, CEO.
A joint and multinational contingent of Reservists kicked off Arctic Care 2018, an Innovative Readiness Training Exercise based out of Kotzebue, Alaska, April 16.
The Alaska Center for Ear, Nose, and Throat, ACENT, has been presented the Mount Huntington Award, an honor given annually to Anchorage Project Access providers in recognition for their steadfast commitment and generous service to the medically uninsured.
The Alaska Senate unanimously passed a bill to increase Alaskans’ access to behavioral healthcare.