Posts about Health and Human Services
Social Determinants of Health: Food Security and Its Connection With Chronic Disease Treatment
A recent study by the Economic Research Service on food security and health among working-age adults showed strong correlation between food security and chronic health conditions. If we solved food insecurity, how would this affect diabetes management and chronic disease treatment?
Beyond the Buzzwords: Does Your Integrated Healthcare Platform Deliver?
There are many companies adept at pointing out what’s wrong in an organization. But revealing vulnerabilities accomplishes only half the battle.
One Child’s Story of Integrated Care
Rates of depression and other psychological disorders are substantially higher in adolescents and young adults with cancer when compared with older adults.
All About Accreditation: 9 Questions from Human Services Professionals
Earlier this year, Relias hosted a two-part webinar series with Jennifer Flowers, CEO of Accreditation Guru. These covered the basics, ....
Suicide and Stigma: Isn’t it Time for a Shift in Mindset?
The attitude that mental health and addiction issues are personal failings is a persistent one in our society, making those impacted hesitant to reach out for help. In light of rising suicide rates, how can those in healthcare work to change the narrative?
Successful Integrated Care Takes a Village, Too
By continuing to observe successful models of integrating care, providers can consider community-specific ways to better integrate care.
Whole Person, Whole Passion, Whole Career
You know the old joke, which came first, the chicken or the egg? That’s how I view integrated care and, ....
Integrated Care: Why Is It More Important Now for Healthcare Organizations to Improve?
This blog was first posted in November 2017. We are reposting an updated version here in honor of Mental Health, ....
13 Reasons Why: They Are Talking (Again), and We Should Be, Too
Author’s Note: In the blog post that follows, we discussed the Netflix show, “13 Reasons Why,” and the impact it, ....
The Power of Words: A Primer on Non-Stigmatizing Suicide Terms
The way we communicate about suicide reveals how we think about suicide, and how we think about suicide has everything to do with prevention.
Recovery Residences: Top Questions Asked by Professionals
Recently Relias hosted a webinar Recovery Residences to Improve Long-Term Outcomes with presenters from the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR)., ....
Long-Term Treatment for Addiction Provides Higher Success Rates
It's National Recovery Month. While some believe treatment and recovery are the same thing, they are not: Health care providers need to know the difference.
First Glance: Commission to Reduce Opioid Abuse, Barriers to Care, and Suicide
The risk of opioid overdose has reached an all-time high, killing approximately 91 people daily, asserts the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ....
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