Access to health care for the uninsured continues to be a public policy problem. Low income people in particular are hit hardest by the consequences of being uninsured: medical debt can limit access to health care, and the risk of bankruptcy is often just one medical bill awayLearn more
Behavioral health disorders, including mental illness and substance abuse, affect nearly one in five Americans. Some groups, such as veterans, LBGTQ individuals, people of color, and rural residents, are at higher risk of being undiagnosed and untreated.
The United States spends significantly more on healthcare compared to other nations and such spending is expected to continue growing. That trend will exacerbate the nation’s growing debt and is particularly problematic because it does not result in better health outcomes.
"Dr. Varsha will bring vast experience and expertise that will help us during these challenging health care times."
“Dr. Varsha’s training as a doctor and hospital CEO will serve us well.”
"Varsha Chauhan has brought a balanced and thoughtful approach to her public service. Her commitment is to prioritizing critical needs and addressing healthcare disparities in the Eden Area. We need insightful leaders, like Varsha."