How to Create an Innovative Health Care System? Hit the Streets
Jan 04, 2018
For many middle-class Americans, yearly physicals and semi-annual dental exams are a given. Regular doctor…Read More >
Good health is a core pillar of wellbeing in every society, as legislators on both sides of the aisle realized when it came time to vote on the Trump administration’s healthcare package last week. Yet even with affordable care, access to health care is elusive for many disadvantaged Americans, as The Atlantic reported this week in “The Collapse of the White Working Class.” Improving health in underserved communities is significantly more complicated than simply expanding access to healthcare providers and facilities.
For healthcare innovators to truly serve disadvantaged communities and improve access to health care, it is critical to recognize the roles that four other significant pillars of wellbeing play in shaping their lives. These are employment, housing, education and transportation, and not surprisingly, weakness in one pillar–or as is often the case, several–creates challenges across every facet of life. Click here for full article: Full Article- Huffington Post
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NextLevel Health is a Medicaid managed care health plan for people with Medicaid and persons participating in the Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) program (Medicare and Medicaid), who live in Cook County. We assist you in managing and coordinating your care with a deep understanding of you, your community and your health–one on one, right in your own community. Because a healthier you means a healthier community.