Native Generations is a campaign addressing high rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. The Native Generations campaign emphasizes connection to culturally-grounded healthcare and community services to promote healthy families and prevent infant deaths among American Indians and Alaska Natives.
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This report identifies health disparities, health status and outcomes of American Indians. This report also assesses whether the Indian Health Service (IHS), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are improving the delivery of health services and the overall health status of Native Americans.
A study of American Indians' and Alaska Natives' access to health care, conducted by researchers from the Urban Institue, University of Arizona and the Kaiser Family Foundation, identifies some of the health policy challenges this population faces.
These programs serve as a path to open communication, providing information and promoting discussion about Medicare, Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Programs (CHIP) and other issues important to the health of American Indian and Alaska Native people.
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This section explores issues of concern to providers working with the diverse populations that embody the term American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN). It is designed to broaden provider understanding of culture and health within Native American populations.