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Ellyn Frohberg

Ellyn supports clients with evidence-based research and analysis that spans healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

With a background in state- and community-based health interventions and initiatives, she contributes to the development of client analysis and insights.

Ellyn’s background in community-based health programs includes varied research experiences. In addition to supporting Region 1 of the Louisiana Department of Health with opioid education, research, and information resources development, she provided assistance to the psychologists and addiction medicine specialists of the Fresh Start Recovery Centre and patient support. Additionally, she has provided trauma-informed care as part of a summer youth program for foster children.

Ellyn has a BS in psychology and a BSPH from Tulane University.

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New Avalere analysis finds that 76% of uninsured individuals lawfully present in the 14 Super Tuesday states are currently eligible for Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), or exchange plan subsidies.

According to a new analysis from Avalere, Medicare Part D beneficiaries who are taking mental health drugs and do not receive low-income cost-sharing support are responsible for a higher share of the cost of mental health drugs (46%) than for non-mental health drugs (23%).

Healthcare policy remains a top priority for both voters and policymakers in 2019 and has been a key part of campaign platforms.