Data Shows Virginia Opioid Prescription Volume Trending Downward

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Julian Walker Vice President of Communications (804) 297-3193 office (804) 304-7402 mobile jtwalker@vhha.com Data Shows Virginia Opioid Prescription Volume Trending Downward An Analysis of the All-Payer Claims Database Over a Two-Year Period Found Overall Prescription Volumes Declined RICHMOND, VA – New analysis shows that opioid prescribing volumes in Virginia declined considerably...

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2018 Virginia Patient Safety Summit Returns to Richmond This Week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Julian Walker Vice President of Communications (804) 297-3193 office (804) 304-7402 mobile jtwalker@vhha.com 2018 Virginia Patient Safety Summit Returns to Richmond This Week The Seventh Annual Event, Scheduled for February 1-2, Attracts Hundreds of Attendees to Richmond; 2018 Summit Theme is “Empowering the Line, Engaging the Team: Creating a Playbook for...

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Patients Come First Podcast - 83 Percent of Virginians Support Increased Health Care Access

This episode of the Patients Come First podcast highlights positive news coverage from far and wide of a statewide poll showing that 83 percent of Virginia voters support increased health care access for low-income, uninsured Virginians. The poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, a well-known and respected Republican research firm, reveals that support for health...

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Virginia Chambers of Commerce Support Coverage for the Uninsured and the Positive Economic Benefits it Provides

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Virginia Chambers of Commerce Support Coverage for the Uninsured and the Positive Economic Benefits it Provides Increased Health Care Access Will Create Jobs, Help Workers, Boost the Economy, and Enhance Wellness RICHMOND, VA – Prominent regional Chambers of Commerce from across the Commonwealth are in favor of Virginia recovering federal funding available...

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What They’re Saying About: New Polling Shows Virginians Overwhelmingly Support Increasing Access to Health Care

What They’re Saying About: New Polling Shows Virginians Overwhelmingly Support Increasing Access to Health Care State and national news outlets, right- and left-leaning online journals and radio personalities highlight statewide poll results showing overwhelming support (83 percent of Virginia voters in favor) for increasing access to health care for uninsured Virginians The Virginian-Pilot: “A new poll...

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