Recent headlines provide reason for hope for real progress to control costs of American health care. The big news does not focus on the political process, but on private sector innovation.
Mental Health First Aid represents an idea that is simple but powerful: Anyone, anywhere can make a difference in the life of someone with a mental health or substance use challenge – if they know what to do and what to say.
There is a new resource for caregivers of people with dementia.
The Alliance recently invited CEOs and other senior executives to roundtables in Janesville, Wis.; Madison, Wis.; Reedsburg, Wis.; Rockford, Ill.; and Watertown, Wis. A total of 42 leaders from 36 companies came to discuss their top priorities and concerns about health care and health benefits.
Earlier this month, I was invited to a meeting of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health. My role was to give the employer perspective on population health improvement. This made me wonder… is there one?