Publications

Indianola Promise Community 2013 Summer Camp Schedule

The Promise Community Summer Camp partner organizations are: Vocabulary & Reading Comprehension Enhancement; Project ACHIEVE; Freedom Summer 2013; Kids Reading to Kids Summer Reading Initiative; School Development Initiative; and the Art of Living Smart.

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Indianola Promise Community 2013 Summer Camp Schedule

Delta Blues Beacon Quarter 1 Report

For Q1 2013, DBB made significant progress in achieving targets for measures for Health Information Technology (HIT), Health Information Exchange (HIE), Clinical Decision Support, Clinical Performance Improvement (Learning Collaborative), Care Transitions (CT) and Medication Therapy Management (MTM).

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Delta Blues Beacon Quarter 1 Report

Parents as Teachers April 2013 Newsletter

Inside this issue: "Sowing Seeds" on Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Asthma in Children

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Parents as Teachers April 2013 Newsletter

Greenwood Commonwealth Profile Ad - February 2013

Delta Health Alliance is one of just 17 organizations around the country working in tandem with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, a special office of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Resources, to identify cutting edge solutions to chronic health problems. The program is called Beacon and in Mississippi we are focusing on ways to reduce the incidence of diabetes and improve the care of people who have this disease. The physicians and clinics in Leflore County and surrounding areas who are our partners are using the latest technology to perform the examinations, track medications, and chart patient progress. These professionals are reducing hospital readmissions, improving care, and saving money. Patients are recording better cholesterol and blood sugar levels, losing weight, and getting healthier.

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Greenwood Commonwealth Profile Ad - February 2013

Delta Business Journal Ad - January 2013

Delta Health Alliance is one of just 17 organizations around the country working in tandem with the office of the National Coordinator, special office of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Resources, to identify cutting edge solutions to chronic health problems. The program is called Beacon and in Mississippi we are focusing on ways to reduce the incidence of diabetes and improve the care of people who have this disease. The physicians and clinics who are our partners are using the latest technology to perform the examinations, track medications, and chart patient progress. Our teams are reducing hospital readmissions, improving prescription drug treatments, and lowering cost of care.

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Delta Business Journal Ad - January 2013

Parents as Teachers Launch Flyer

An early childhood home visiting model designed to ensure that young children are healthy, safe, and ready to learn is in 50 States, 7 Countries, and NOW in Leflore County!

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Parents as Teachers Launch Flyer

Community Gardens Flyer

There’s no question about it! We need to produce and consume healthier foods. That’s why groups all over the Delta are partnering with Delta Health Alliance to create a network of community gardens. The Community Gardens project works with local healthcare organizations, civic groups, municipalities, schools, churches, and clinics to provide access to local gardens grown with local volunteers. Residents apply to become garden members through the cities and the community garden committees. Garden members grow their own food in either individual or group garden beds. Members have the option to sell and/or eat what they grow. And we’ve got project staff and master gardeners to provide ongoing training and technical assistance.

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Community Gardens Flyer

21st Century Flyer

Through partnerships with local clinics in four counties (Humphreys, Leflore, Sunflower, and Washington), Delta Health Alliance is providing affordable primary care for uninsured workers.

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21st Century Flyer

DHA Puzzle

The challenges to better health care in the Mississippi Delta are complex, historical, diverse, and geographical. No one program can address every challenge. It takes multiple programs, working together and adquately funded, to trigger change. Standing alone, each program can only do a limited amount of good. But connected as part of an overall strategy, much like the pieces of a puzzle, the challenges to better health care in the Mississippi Delta are complex, historical, diverse, and geographical. No one program can address every challenge. It takes multiple programs, working together and adquately funded, to trigger change. Standing alone, each program can only do a limited amount of good. But connected as part of an overall strategy, much like the pieces of a puzzle, the benefi ts of each program are multiplied and strengthened. To meet these public policy challenges, Delta Health Alliance focuses its resources on increasing access to health care and educating individuals about living healthier.

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DHA Puzzle

DHA Flyer

The Delta Health Alliance is a tax-exempt, non-profi t organization, headquartered in Stoneville, Mississippi, that aims to improve the health of the 400,000 men, women, and children who call the Mississippi Delta their home.

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Delta Business Journal April 2012

Delta Health Alliance is helping Delta residents enjoy the healthy pleasures of gardening. In an effort to increase the production and consumption of healthy foods, our 21st Century Community Gardens project is creating a network of gardens all over the Delta. The Community Gardens project works with local healthcare organizations, civic entities, municipalities, schools, churches, and clinics to provide access to gardens within many Delta communities. The results are exciting – people are growing and eating fresh fruits and vegetables, enjoying the psychological benefits of nature, and learning an important skill and trade.

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Delta Business Journal April 2012

IPC KaBoom!

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IPC KaBoom!