A new report from NoHLA and OneAmerica highlights the need for Yakima Regional and Toppenish hospitals to ensure that patients who qualify for financial assistance actually receive it. Click here for more information.
Washington recently established Accountable Communities of Health in each of nine regions of the state for purposes of health system decision-making. These “ACHs” offer a watershed opportunity to actively include members of communities that experience disparities in health outcomes and access to care in making these decisions. Click here for more information.
The Washington State Attorney General’s Office recently secured an agreement with Molina Healthcare of Washington requiring the insurer to clearly specify that both copper and progestin-based IUDs are fully covered in its Washington health plans.
This consumer protection action stemmed from a report by NoHLA, Contraceptive Coverage in Washington State's Qualified Health Plans, which raised concerns that insurers were misinforming women about the full extent of their new reproductive health benefits.
Working to achieve a health care system in which all individuals receive quality, affordable health care in Washington State.
"Within weeks of NoHLA's Medicaid training, I was able to use the information you taught us to identify numerous cases in which families were wrongly denied coverage—and to bring those cases forward to get them resolved.
By giving all of us tools and knowledge to successfully advocate for people, NoHLA has impacted so many lives – making healthcare accessible and helping families avoid financial disaster."
- Cathy Aby
Health Educator, Public Health
Seattle & King County
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- Esther Mathison
Inreach Eligibility Specialist (Patient Navigator)
Country Doctor Community Health Center