Behavioral Health News: Greg Williams Discusses Value-based Care for SUD
“We need to find ways and pathways to link SUD care across disparate parts of the current services,” Greg said. He discussed three key principles that behavioral health care providers should consider to support patients.
Recognizing and Supporting the Importance of Informal Caregivers
From 2015 to 2020, the number of informal caregivers jumped more than 20 percent, from 43.5 million to 53 million. However, many individuals who fill these roles don’t recognize they are serving as informal caregivers.
Get to Know…Meghan Phillipp
Meghan Phillipp joined THS as the inaugural executive director of HC3 in August 2019 and daily channels her passion for health, curiosity, community, and connection to make Chicago a healthier place.
Wednesday, July 27, 2022: Public Health/Prevention
The Biden administration released a memo indicating that it will cost nearly $7 billion to mount a response to the monkeypox outbreak. The administration did not submit a formal request for the funds, which would cover tests, vaccines, and treatments. Republicans have...
The Impact of Climate Change on Health Equity
People are increasingly concerned about the connection between climate change and health. Adopting a health equity lens, one can see that the same factors that predispose communities to health inequities influence climate vulnerability.
988 Hotline Goes Live: Ready or Not, Here it Comes
On Saturday, July 16, 2022 the new national mental health crisis hotline 988 goes live. While the hotline will undoubtedly save lives, numerous challenges remain.