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Medicaid and Marketplace Outreach and Enrollment (MMOE)

Virtual

Members of the Washtenaw Health Initiative's Medicaid/Marketplace Outreach and Enrollment work group meet monthly to discuss ongoing work. RSVP to attend. In recent years, the federal government has made substantial changes to the funding and organization of outreach, education, and enrollment activities for the Health Insurance Marketplace. These changes have made recent open enrollment periods ... Read more

WHI Communications Committee

Virtual

The WHI Communications Committee is a group of communications professionals who are committed to promoting the work of WHI work groups and member organizations, as well as promotion community-based projects designed to improve health and health equity in Washtenaw County. To learn more, email Erin Spanier, staff representative, at espanier@med.umich.edu. Join Our Zoom Meetings https://umich.zoom.us/j/96820088889

WHI Opioid Project

Virtual

A volunteer organization, the Washtenaw County Opioid Project brings concerned community members together with professionals from law enforcement, public health, community mental health, treatment programs, and hospitals to combat opioid misuse and overdose while meeting the needs of those living with chronic pain. Believing that every person has a part to play in ending the ... Read more

Hospital community health assessments and improvements (UNITE)

Virtual

The Unified Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan Team Engagement (UNITE) Group, launched in 2015 by the region’s largest non-profit hospitals, works to identify Washtenaw County health needs, prioritize those needs with the goal of advancing public health and health equity, and inform hospital-driven activities that are designed to address priority needs. Join Zoom Meeting: https://umich.zoom.us/j/95248669273 Meeting ... Read more

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Medicaid and Marketplace Outreach and Enrollment (MMOE)

Virtual

Members of the Washtenaw Health Initiative's Medicaid/Marketplace Outreach and Enrollment work group meet monthly to discuss ongoing work. RSVP to attend. In recent years, the federal government has made substantial changes to the funding and organization of outreach, education, and enrollment activities for the Health Insurance Marketplace. These changes have made recent open enrollment periods ... Read more

Recurring

WHI Communications Committee

Virtual

The WHI Communications Committee is a group of communications professionals who are committed to promoting the work of WHI work groups and member organizations, as well as promotion community-based projects designed to improve health and health equity in Washtenaw County.To learn more, email Erin Spanier, staff representative, at espanier@med.umich.edu. Join Our Zoom Meetings https://umich.zoom.us/j/96820088889

Recurring

Hospital community health assessments and improvements (UNITE)

Virtual

The Unified Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan Team Engagement (UNITE) Group, launched in 2015 by the region’s largest non-profit hospitals, works to identify Washtenaw County health needs, prioritize those needs with the goal of advancing public health and health equity, and inform hospital-driven activities that are designed to address priority needs. Join Zoom Meeting: https://umich.zoom.us/j/95248669273Meeting ID: ... Read more

Recurring

Washtenaw County Healthy Aging Collaborative

Virtual

The Washtenaw County Healthy Aging Collaborative supports the community health needs of senior citizens and their caregivers in Washtenaw County. Join Zoom Meeting https://umich.zoom.us/j/99649402809

Recurring

WHI Opioid Project

Virtual

A volunteer organization, the Washtenaw County Opioid Project brings concerned community members together with professionals from law enforcement, public health, community mental health, treatment programs, and hospitals to combat opioid misuse and overdose while meeting the needs of those living with chronic pain. Believing that every person has a part to play in ending the ... Read more