In this week's episode of Podcast from Washington, Eli Briggs and Ian Goldstein are back after a brief hiatus to discuss the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018. Found out how much funding Congress will appropriate to public health programs in the FY2018 and FY2019 appropriations budget.
Next, Eli and Ian discuss the President's FY2019 budget proposal that Congress has said is "dead on arrival." Find out what's in the budget proposal along with the proposed cuts to the CDC and HHS.
Finally, Eli and Ian talk about NACCHO's Week of Congressional Action where you can find out how to get involved in public health advocacy without leaving your local health department!
On this week’s episode of “Podcast from Washington,” NACCHO Government Affairs staff Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discussed the confirmation hearing on the nomination of Alex Azar as Health and Human Services Secretary. They also discuss the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) reauthorization and a continuing resolution to fund the government after January 19.
Later in the program, NACCHO’s Kabaye Diriba and Chevelle Glymph discuss the Medical Reserve Corps 2017 Profile Study.
In this week's episode of Podcast from Washington Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the tax plan passed by Congress and the effects on public health. Also, Congress must pass a Continuing Resolution to keep the Federal Government funded after December 22.
Later in the program, an interview with Dean for the Boston University School of Public Health Dr. Sandro Galea. Dr. Galea discussed his presentation at NACCHO Annual 2017 on the rising costs of healthcare per capita in the US versus other developed nations around the world. He also discussed health outcomes and how those outcomes are predicted by zip code.
On this week's Podcast from Washington, Ian Goldstein gives a brief update on the tax bill and its effects on the prevention and public health fund. Also, an update on NACCHO activities.
Later in the podcast, Ian Goldstein sat down with the Executive Director of Northwest Bronx Clergy Coalition Sandra Lobo. The Northwest Bronx Clergy Coalition is an organization that fights for racial and economic justice. They discuss a brief history of the Bronx and social justice issues.
On the latest episode of Podcast from Washington, Government Affairs team members Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the Prevention and Public Health Fund that may be used to offset tax cuts. They also discuss the NACCHO Opioid briefing, and Hurricane Harvey supplemental funding.
Later in the program, Ian Goldstein interviewed Chief Medical Officer and President of the Health Research and Educational Trust of the American Hospital Association Dr. Jay Bhatt. They discussed his time as a health officer in Illinois where Dr. Bhatt was instrumental in the work of Healthy Chicago. They also discuss how data can address social determinants of health.
In this week's episode of Podcast from Washington, Government Affairs team members Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the President's declaration of a public health emergency to combat the rising opioid epidemic. They also discuss the Murray-Alexander ACA stabilization bill, and a congressional roundtable discussion on gun violence.
NACCHO President and Executive Director of Harris County Public Health Dr. Umair Shah is this week’s guest on the NACCHO Podcast Series. Dr. Shah described his harrowing experience balancing his leadership role in public health and as a victim of Hurricane Harvey that ravaged his community and jurisdiction in Harris County, TX. Dr. Shah talked about the importance of public health emergency preparedness and hospital system preparedness programs that were integral in the response and recovery efforts following the hurricane.
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In this week’s Podcast from Washington update, NACCHO government affairs team members Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss changes made by Executive Order to the Affordable Care Act. Also, NACCHO Senior Advisor for Public Health Programs Dr. Oscar Alleyne is on the program to give an update on hurricane and wildfire relief efforts by local health departments.
Later in the program Ian Goldstein sat down with Boston Public Health Commission Executive Director Monica Valdes Lupi. The two discuss public health strategic priorities in Boston including, health equity, strengthening activities around the opioid epidemic, and strengthening health care partnerships.
In this week's episode of "Podcast from Washington," Eli Briggs and Ian Goldstein discuss the Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill and what it would mean for the Prevention and Public Health Fund. They also discuss the reauthorization of MIECHV and CHIP.
Next, Ian Goldstein sat down with Health Director of Kanawha County, WV Dr. Michael Brumage to discuss his devastating experience with the opioid epidemic that took the lives of 64,000 Americans in 2016. Dr. Brumage also discussed how a repeal of the Affordable Care Act would affect his county's Medicaid population.
In this week's episode, Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations bill that was voted out of committee. Also discussed, a budget deal attached to Hurricane Harvey, ACA hearings, and DACA.
Later in the program Ian Goldstein interviewed Deputy Commissioner of the office of Emergency Preparedness and Response at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Marisa Raphael about National Preparedness Month and preparedness efforts in New York City.
In this week’s Podcast from Washington, Senior Director for Government Affairs Eli Briggs and Government Affairs Specialist Ian Goldstein discuss how local health officials can take action and talk to their Members of Congress while they are still out for August recess through September 4. NACCHO encourages members to schedule meetings and invite Members of Congress to visit their local health department. Download NACCHO’s Advocacy Toolkit to learn more.
Later in the program, Ian Goldstein talks with Senior Advisor for Public Health Programs Calondra Tibbs about the local health department role in breastfeeding initiatives. August is National Breastfeeding Month, and August 25-31 is Black Breastfeeding Week.
In this week's episode, Government Affairs Specialist Ian Goldstein sat down with Health Director for Harris County Public Health and new NACCHO President Dr. Umair Shah. They discussed Dr. Shah's priorities as NACCHO's President for the next year, and how he hopes to bring his leadership and experience from Harris County Public Health to his new role at NACCHO.
On this week's episode, NACCHO's Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the FY2018 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education bill in the House Appropriations Committee. They also discuss the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.
Later on the program, Ian Goldstein sat down with NACCHO's new President and Health Director for Harris County in TX, Dr. Umair Shah. They discuss Dr. Shah's experience in public health and his priorities for the year as NACCHO President.
In this week's Podcast from Washington, Eli Briggs and Ian Goldstein discuss the Senate health care bill that was not brought to a vote following the Congressional Budget Office score that said 22 million people would lose insurance coverage. Also, they discuss NACCHO Annual 2017.
David Rozell is the Emergency Preparedness Manager for Tulare County, California. David discussed the CASPER plan and how to implement public health emergency preparedness strategies in a scattered population.
On this week's episode of Podcast from Washington, government affairs team members Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the President's FY2018 budget and how you can prevent cuts to public health programs. Also discussed, Affordable Care Act repeal.
Our interview this week is with Medical Reserve Corps Director Captain Rob Tosatto. Captain Tosatto discusses the importance of the MRC network and how they are best fit to respond to disasters in their communities.
In this week's episode of Podcast from Washington Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss the release of President Trump's first comprehensive budget and what that means for public health.
Later in the program, Ian Goldstein sat down with CDC Director for Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Dr. Stephen Redd from the 2017 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Summit in Atlanta. They discuss preparedness and response efforts by local health departments.
In this week's Podcast from Washington, Government Affairs team members Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs discuss AHCA, as well as the pending President's budget for FY2018. Also discussed, the Senate approved FDA Commissioner nominee Scott Gottlieb.
Commander Skip Payne sat down with Ian Goldstein at the 2017 Public Health Preparedness Summit in Atlanta, GA. They discussed the Medical Reserve Corps, and the future of the Corps facing steep budget cuts.
Dr. Ellen Carlin and Dr. Asha George are Co-Directors for the Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense, a comprehensive assessment of the state of US biodefense efforts. Dr. Carlin and Dr. George discuss the 33 steps the government can take to mitigate the threats, and improve the nation's biodefense capabilities.
In this week's episode of "Podcast from Washington," Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs from NACCHO Government Affairs discuss the death of the American Health Care Act and what comes next. Also discussed, Trump's budget cuts and the new drug czar.
In this week's episode of Podcast from Washington, Ian Goldstein and Eli Briggs from NACCHO's Government Affairs team analyze the replacement bill American Health Care Act. They look at what's in the bill and what it can mean for the future of public health if passed.
Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen sat down with Government Affairs Specialist Ian Goldstein to discuss the Chief Health Strategist position in Baltimore City. Dr. Wen describes how the Chief Health Strategist framework addresses needs and issues of local health officials in Baltimore and throughout the country. Finally, Dr. Wen addresses the challenges she sees in public health over the next 3-5 years.
In the latest Podcast from Washington, NACCHO's Government Affairs team members Ian Goldstein and Director Eli Briggs discuss the Prevention and Public Health Fund, as well as ACA repeal and replace. They also discuss what to expect from the Office of Management and Budget with new Director Mick Mulvaney.
NACCHO’s Ian Goldstein talks to Edward L. Hunter, who joined the de Beaumont Foundation as President and Chief Executive Officer in February 2015. As a former principal CDC spokesperson to Congress, the Administration, and public health organizations, Mr. Hunter was a leading voice for the nation’s preeminent public health and scientific research programs. Today, he’ll talk about the critical role of policy, and how public health officials can engage more effectively with their elected officials at both the local and national levels.
NACCHO Executive Director Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck interviews Professor of Global Health at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. Dr. Hasbrouck and Dr. Mokdad discuss the newly launched Population Health Initiative, as well as health inequity at the county level.
In the latest episode of podcast from Washington Government Affairs Director Eli Briggs and Government Affairs Specialist Ian Goldstein discuss Rep. Tom Price's confirmation as Secretary for HHS. The also discuss EPA regulations and Congress' implementation of the Congressional Review Act for all regulations. Finally, they discuss repeal of the Affordable Care Act and consequences including the repeal of the Prevention and Public Health Fund.
NACCHO has released its 2016 National Profile of Local Health Departments. Senior Specialist for Research and Evaluation at NACCHO Nathalie Robin sat down with Government Affairs Specialist Ian Goldstein to discuss the findings in the report. The report provides a comprehensive overview of local health departments, including their participation in emergency preparedness, accreditation, and information technology.