Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center Mini-Grants: Public and Community Health Leadership Learning Opportunities

Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center Mini-Grants: Public and Community Health Leadership Learning Opportunities

The Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RM-PHTC), which is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), is offering a total of $60,000 in funding to up to 12 organizations to offer leadership learning opportunities to professionals...
Coverage to Care | Connecting Your Patients To Providers and Preventive Services

Coverage to Care | Connecting Your Patients To Providers and Preventive Services

In the United States, 16.3 million people signed up for coverage in the 2023 Open Enrollment, allowing them to gain or renew access to the health coverage they need¹. Enrolling in a health plan, however, is only the initial step. To help you go from coverage to care,...
New Year’s Resolutions for 2024 – Be Sure to Include Better Brain Health!

New Year’s Resolutions for 2024 – Be Sure to Include Better Brain Health!

Alzheimer’s disease is expected to impact nearly 13 million Americans by 2050, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. So, as you are working at those New Year’s resolutions in 2024, consider there are steps you can take yourself to maintain and improve your...
World Diabetes Day: Better Care Through Better Understanding

World Diabetes Day: Better Care Through Better Understanding

November 14 is World Diabetes Day (WDD), a global initiative aimed at raising awareness about diabetes, promoting prevention, and improving care for those living with the condition. World Diabetes Day was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and...
FirstLink Directory of Resources and 2-1-1 Helpline

FirstLink Directory of Resources and 2-1-1 Helpline

The mission of FirstLink is to assist individuals in identifying, accessing and making effective use of community and volunteer resources. Through this program, individuals can access free resources, support as well as crisis intervention services throughout North...
Study Reveals Alarming Disparities in Chronic Kidney Disease Testing

Study Reveals Alarming Disparities in Chronic Kidney Disease Testing

Only 40% of Medicare Beneficiaries with Diabetes Get Recommended Kidney Health Testing | Study Reveals Alarming Disparities in Chronic Kidney Disease Testing and Highlights Path to Equitable Care for Americans living with Diabetes An estimated 37 million adults in the...
World Diabetes Day: Better Care Through Better Understanding

NEW – Hypoglycemia Protocol and Ready-to-Use Glucagon Option

The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists recently released a new hypoglycemia management protocol  for long-term care, including assisted living, to help reduce Emergency Department (ED) admissions and potential lengthy hospital stays for residents. Older adults...
High-Risk Medicines: Facts for Consumers I GPQIN New Tool

High-Risk Medicines: Facts for Consumers I GPQIN New Tool

High-risk medicines have been proven to be safe and effective. However, these medicines can cause serious injury if a mistake happens while taking them. It is very important for individuals to know about these high-risk medications and take them exactly as directed....
Q-Tips For Your Ears I Five New Episodes

Q-Tips For Your Ears I Five New Episodes

Looking for health care information and quality resources? We added a few more episodes to our podcast series: Q-Tips For Your Ears. This podcast is designed for everyone – healthcare professionals, patients and family members; sharing basic healthcare information on...
In Case You Missed It: Up Your Protection From Infections | Friday Focus 4 Health

In Case You Missed It: Up Your Protection From Infections | Friday Focus 4 Health

We recently concluded our May Friday Focus 4 Health Series: Up Your Protection From Infections. In case you were unable to attend and would like to access the recordings and training sessions, please visit the Friday Focus 4 Health Web page. According to the Centers...