EHF invests $21+ million to strengthen community-based health system in Texas and address health, not just health care
EHF’s largest single grant cycle to date will fund innovative projects helping clinics and organizations go beyond the doctor’s office, focus on non-medical causes of poor health like food insecurity, poverty, unsafe housing, and more.
Organizations from the six community sites selected for EHF’s Texas Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (TACHI) met in Houston for an important convening to learn evidence-informed strategies for putting health equity strategies to use.
New study examines how Texas clinics collect and use social determinants of health data to provide assistance and inform medical care
The newly-released report by SIREN explores practices from four Community Health Centers in Texas and is funded by EHF.
Just $10 and 10 lbs. of produce a week can lead to meaningful improvements in kids’ diets, shows a new JAMA Network Open study led by Dell Medical School’s Factor Health program funded by EHF.
Listen now: NPR’s Houston Matters features EHF’s latest Texas Health Policy Poll on health care access and affordability
Brian Sasser discusses EHF’s latest Texas Health Policy Poll on health care access and affordability, including Texans’ views on health insurance, Medicaid expansion, skipping care due to cost, plus much more.
EHF’s new Texas Health Policy Poll: Three-quarters of Texans say it’s “very important” for candidates to focus on making health care more affordable, accessible
A large majority of Texans say it’s very important for candidates to address issues that make health care more affordable, and more than half say state lawmakers should increase state spending on health care. Those are just some the results of EHF’s new statewide poll on health care access and affordability in Texas.