Healthcare is one of Alaska’s fastest growing industries. Because of the state’s lack of infrastructure and its rural nature Alaska’s healthcare systems have found innovative solutions to some of these challenges including telemedicine, healthcare exchanges, traveling healthcare professionals, and mobile clinics. It’s widely acknowledged that healthcare costs are high in Alaska and the state’s key stakeholders continue to explore methods to lower healthcare costs.
Latest Healthcare News
Nonprofit that helps families with cost of children’s cancer treatment earns “Top Nonprofit” award from Alaska Journal of Commerce.
The Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska promoted Christina Lee to the position of Reentry & Recovery Operations Manager.
To ensure all women have access to breast cancer screening, the Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska and Providence Alaska Imaging are improving mobile services.
Providence Alaska Foundation promoted regional director of operations Cynthia Libby as its new President. She also takes on the title of Chief Philanthropy Officer of the fundraising arm of Providence Health & Services Alaska.
Alaska to receive more than $440 million through Indian Health Service to improve sanitation infrastructure in communities across the state.
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