Until we address both the explicit and implicit racism that affects our society, true healing cannot occur and its impact on health cannot be reduced.
Analysis finds expanding Medicaid and increasing state efforts to enroll recently jobless Texans in Affordable Care Act health plans could prevent approaching crisis.
Grants will help 23 clinics and organizations working on the front lines serving at-risk communities through medical care, benefit assistance, and other health services.
In an online presentation with Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, EHF’s executive chair Linnet Deily and CEO Elena Marks talk about how the health system should address non-medical, community factors that created serious health disparities during COVID-19 and EHF’s role in addressing #HealthNotJustHealthCare.
Bishop C. Andrew Doyle and EHF’s Elena Marks release an important statement condemning active and structural racism — because the health of Texas depends on it.
EHF leaders announced a plan to address the long-term effects of the COVID-19 crisis, while also helping partner nonprofits and organizations continue business operations to serve at-risk communities across Texas. The multi-approach strategy includes a business continuity grant program, loan fund, technical assistance, and research project.