Nearly 26 million American adults have kidney disease. And, with the increase of diabetes and high blood pressure – two major kidney disease risk factors – it’s estimated that 1 in 3 American adults are at risk of developing the condition.
Alliant’s own Kimberly Rask, MD, PhD, and chief data officer, was interviewed on the Atlanta-based “Top Docs” radio program, which is sponsored by the Medical Association of Geo
Making health and wellness a priority is a company-wide goal here at Alliant, and we feel strongly about supporting our employees in their journey to healthy living.
Receiving Medicaid benefits enables low-income adults and families receive the health care they need. However, caring for a disabled child can be financially devastating to families who are not considered low-income, and therefore do not qualify for Medicaid coverage.
Each year, the National Medical Association (NMA) hosts one of the nation’s leading forums on medical science, African American health and reducing racial and ethnic health care disparities
Here at Alliant, giving back and serving our community is a cornerstone of our culture. Our employees take part in numerous volunteer opportunities across the southeast, from organizing donation drives to completing 5Ks for a good cause.
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, and Alliant Health Solutions is working to ensure high-quality care for all of the populations we serve.
Alliant Health Solutions’ Dr. Gary Miller will be speaking at the Georgia Society of Orthotists and Prosthetists (GSOP) Annual Meeting on March 27, 2015. GSOP's mission statement is "Dedicated to Educational Excellence in the Advancement of the Field of Orthotics and Prosthetics in the State of Georgia." Dr. Miller will be sharing his expertise on current policies and procedures of the Georgia Medicaid program.