Throughout 2022, we have written about the top trends in Medicaid and health care, and how they will impact providers, partners and members. As we close out the year, we look back at readers’ favorite stories.
Whether the content focused on partnering to serve the underserved, meeting the needs of communities through whole person health or supporting children in foster care with trauma-informed care, these stories brought forth solutions to the current and ever-changing health care environment.
We thank you for your readership this year and look forward to bringing you more thoughtful and engaging stories in 2023.
Top Five Stories of the Year
1. Partnering to Serve the Underserved – Getting to Know ACU
In our webcast with the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU), we discuss how the ACU works with clinicians, advocates and organizations to improve health equity.
2. Investing in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at a Community Level
This article shows how Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Councils are meaningfully advancing our organization toward a more equitable future while tailoring their initiatives to support local needs.
3. Achieving Health Equity for Youth in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice
To support children and youth in the child welfare and juvenile justice system, we must provide care that is coordinated, specialized, trauma-informed and culturally competent. This article explains more.
4. Shaping the Future of Telehealth After the PHE
As we prepare for the end of the public health emergency, this article looks at ways to continue to shape telehealth for public health programs such as Medicaid.
5. Tackling Whole Person Health at the Community Level
This article and video explain how UnitedHealthcare is supporting whole person health by giving communities the tools they need to address wellness in new ways.