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Take a closer look at food insecurity and what actions are in place to end hunger and address the nutritional needs of American families.
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Fall prevention is essential for the aging community to retain independence. Here are 4 ways nutrition can help prevent falls.
Older adults are at an increased risk of social isolation that research has shown can lead to the development of many physical and mental conditions.
We are pleased to share the results of our 2020 Case Manager satisfaction survey.
Here are some of the most common ways seniors might access a free home-delivered meals program.
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Those aren't theoretical questions for the 40 million Americans who are food insecure. They're the daily decisions people without enough money for food and other necessities face as they try to make ends meet and put affordable, nutritious food on the table month after month.
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit, individual health plans across the country have been innovating to ensure their members are receiving much-needed nutrition during this time of heightened food insecurity.
While COVID-19 has taken a major toll on the economy, health care and education, it's also magnified underlying social vulnerabilities in America. Long-standing systemic weaknesses in our society - including inequities in health care and economic inequality - have worsened as the nation battles the virus. That's particularly true for one of America's most widespread and persistent social problems: Food insecurity.
Organizations across the world are beginning to adapt to “The New Normal” with COVID-19. Numerous industries rely on conferences and events that bring together experts, professionals, prospective partners, and clients to network, as well as glean new information, foster collaboration and drive innovation. In the healthcare industry, many of these crucial events have evolved from in-person to virtual.
Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) once again took center stage during this year's AHIP Institute. While SDOH has been a buzzword bellwether for several years, this year's conference discussion centered around organizational responses to the global COVID-19 pandemic, and particularly, how the pandemic may compound the complexities of SDOH and drive health (and healthcare) disparities.
Every year, we solicit feedback from our customers to provide feedback on how they feel about our home-delivered meals service. This reflective process allows us to see what's working and where we might need to adjust, allowing us to determine ways to do even better.