Tag: american indians and alaska natives
Nearly seven years ago, the Quapaw Nation of Oklahoma instated a tribal member healthcare plan through RWI Benefits, LLC. Less than two months after the plan started, 600 people were diagnosed with diabetes. Of those individuals, six would have likely died within one month had they not sought treatment,...
On February 4, Alyssa London, Tlingit, was crowned Miss Alaska USA, a platform she hopes to use to better Native understanding.
An analysis of the framework to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act shows it to be a disaster and that was without the Indian health system.
Many would think funding is the biggest concern for Indian housing, but a recent survey says otherwise.
Tanya H. Lee
Did racial discrimination, jealousy or something else keep Seneca from becoming director of the NIH’s Tribal Health Research Office?
Tribes have done a good job taking over housing self-determination from the federal government though housing sovereignty is lacking essential funds.
U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke is closer to becoming the next U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary, which oversees several areas of federal Indian affairs.
Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva
When Republicans in Washington brag about repealing the Affordable Care Act, there is something they forget to mention – the repeal of the IHCIA.
With Trump’s plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and ultimately the IHCIA, where does that leave the Indian Health Service?
The Native Nations Inaugural Ball focused less on celebrating a new president and more on honoring Native American military members and veterans.
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