State Profiles- Decrease in Uninsured Population Under 65

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AL State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

AK State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

AR State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

AZ State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

CA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

CO State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

CT State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

DE State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

FL State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

GA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

HI State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

IA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

ID State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

IL State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

IN State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

KS State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

KY State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

LA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MD State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

ME State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MI State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MN State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MO State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MS State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

MT State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NC State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

ND State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NE State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NH State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NJ State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NM State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NV State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

NY State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

OH State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

OK State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

OR State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

PA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

RI State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

SC State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

SD State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

TN State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

TX State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

UT State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

VA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

VT State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

WA State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

WI State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

WV State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

WY State Profile – Decrease in Uninsured Populatio Under Age 65 – 2013-2017

June 2018

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Graham Adams
Chief Executive Director
South Carolina Office of Rural Health

What I’m currently reading: The Unauthorized Biography of Teryl Eisinger: A Previously Untold Tell All
Favorite thing about working at a SORH: The ability/flexibility to tailor programs to the needs of rural communities. I like being an advocate for the underdog.
What I’m working on right now: Creating a broader vision of rural in South Carolina. Rural advocates have historically stayed pretty much in their own lane (health care, housing, education, etc). Helping people to connect the dots and appreciate the interconnectedness is a challenge, but worth doing.
Best advice I ever received: Hire good people and let them do their work.
If I weren’t doing this, I would be…messing with vintage sports cars and trucks, mostly European but anything unusual.
People would be surprised if they knew: I played drums when I was young.
Who inspires you? Not really “who”, but rather “what”. I think seeing the goodness in people inspires us all to do better.
What’s your secret talent? Awesomeness… and humility.
My Top 3 Goals for 2018: Just do the best you can everyday.

Region E SORH

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Webinar: Rural Opioid Resources – Preparing Your Organization for Future Funding Opportunities (5-7-2018)

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Webinar Presentation: Rural Opioid Resources Slides

Webinar Recording

Resources:Rural Opioid Resources Reference List