The Nicholson Foundation is dedicated to addressing the complex needs of vulnerable populations in New Jersey’s urban and other underserved communities.
WHAT WE’RE LEARNING: Resources on Chronic Pain and the Opioid Epidemic
This What We’re Learning “round-up” focuses on the intersection of chronic pain with opioid use, addiction and overdose, and ongoing responses to the opioid epidemic in New Jersey, in other states, and at the federal level.
Good Care Collaborative Features Discussion on Nicholson-Funded Report
The Nicholson Foundation-funded report issued in March by Seton Hall Law School, and its principal author, Prof. John Jacobi were featured prominently this week at the second annual Good Care Collaborative conference, which focused on integrating behavioral and physical care. Moderating a panel at the conference, Jacobi urged providers to work with state regulators to move the process forward.
Health Affairs “Grantwatch” Blog Publishes Op-Ed by Nicholson COO and Grantee
In an Op-Ed for the Health Affairs “Grantwatch” Blog, Joan Randell of The Nicholson Foundation and John Jacobi of Seton Hall University School of Law write about a recently-released report which examines current licensing and reimbursement barriers to the integration of primary care and behavior health within New Jersey.
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