It’s crucial for limited English speakers to process information accurately as they navigate complex systems, and William Glasser has focused his career on helping them do so.
Launched in 2010 by partners John Joyner and William O’Donnell, Project 2 is celebrating 10 years of successfully serving clients throughout many industries both private and public, and is now celebrating five years of working in the mental health sector with the State of California Regional Centers system to assist service coordinators with their ever-increasing workloads.
Smaller, independent hospitals are at risk of closing due to financial strain exacerbated by the pandemic.
Workers’ compensation claims for COVID-19 have spiked dramatically in the past two months. Those claims could mean more than $2 billion in costs for employers and their insurers.
Miller runs a department at CommonSpirit that is responsible for equity initiatives, including race and ethnicity data collection pertaining to COVID-19 and how to better serve communities.
Just as businesses are adapting to support a remote workforce, significant changes are happening in how health care is delivered.
The coronavirus pandemic brought California’s fitness industry to a halt, threatening the livelihoods of roughly 180,000 fitness professionals.
“We make it easier for our most vulnerable community members to get the care they need to stay independent and stay home,” says Kwamane Liddell, DispatchCare’s founder and CEO.
Dr. Vanessa Walker is medical director of the Sutter Health Valley Area’s electronic ICU, a telemonitoring program in which doctors and nurses monitor ICU patients through video, remote diagnostic tools and other technologies.
As assistant director of the Placer County Office of Emergency Services, Holly Powers brings together a variety of partners to prepare for, respond to, and lead the recovery from natural or human-made disasters.