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Dinner cabaret fundraiser for Juneau Family Health and Birth Center

...some of Juneau's bakers, will follow the three-course meal.Proceeds from the dinner will support donated health care services provided by the JFHBC for women and families in need. JFHBC midwives provide prenatal care and attend both homebirths...
Healing Hand Foundation announces new director services.According to a press release from SEARHC, the HHF formed in 2001 to help fill the funding gap in health care services for Southeast Alaskan Native people. Formerly known as The SEARHC Foundation, it existed as part of SEARHC...
JAMHI announces Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration Grant Award

Juneau Alliance for Mental Health, Inc.
JAMHI selected for Dartmouth InSHAPE research project care factors with the goal of improving fitness through activity, nutrition and integration of primary health care services. The project uses a health mentor to work in partnership with participants to develop individualized plans to...
New, larger clinics planned for 2 villages

ANCHORAGE - Two of Alaska's most remote villages are getting new, larger clinics in an effort to improve health care services for residents of the island communities.The Norton Sound Health Corp. is funding construction of the clinics...
SEARHC opens new health center in Hoonah

...emergency trauma room. The new space also has lodging quarters for visiting providers."Providing high-quality health care services in a challenging geographic region such as Southeast Alaska is a complex endeavor, and our partnerships are cornerstones...
Bartlett, SEARHC optimistic about Medicaid expansion's effects

Juneau's city-owned hospital expects 2,400 additional locals will be eligible for Medicaid now that Gov. Bill Walker has accepted close to $150 million in federal dollars to expand the health care program, a spokesman for Bartlett Regional Hospital said.
Walker to work with lawmakers to expand Medicaid

...not have concerns with the ability of the system to handle additional enrollees.Margaret Brodie, director of health care services for the health department, has said the majority of new claims through the system are processing correctly, and...
Committee begins digging in to Medicaid bill

...made about $150 million in advance payments to providers who requested them, said Margaret Brodie, director of health care services for the health department.But Brodie, in an interview, said the July target to begin enrolling newly eligible...
State | AK legislature
House Finance begins digging in to governor's Medicaid bill

...about providers being paid for services they didn't render and pricing errors.Margaret Brodie, director of health care services for the health department, says the state is working with the vendor and expects remaining system defects to be...
State | AK legislature


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