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Federal Government Awards $354M to Civica Rx and Partners to Expand Generic Drug Manufacturing and Create Nation’s First Stockpile of Key Drug Ingredients

May 19, 2020 This week the West Health family of organizations hit another major milestone! I’m very excited to announce that Civica Rx, the nonprofit generic drug manufacturer created in 2018 by seven leading health systems and three national foundations including the Gary and Mary West Foundation, is now part of a new and historic… Read more »

The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles joins in a collaborative effort with Care Mission USA and the Taiwan Shihlin Electric and Engineering Corporation to donate 20,000 surgical masks to San Diego

On May 14, 2020, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles (TECO-LA), together with Care Mission USA and the Taiwan Shihlin Electric and Engineering Corporation, hosted a ceremony where 20,000 surgical masks were donated to the Gary and Mary West PACE in San Diego, California. Ambassador Abraham Chu, Director-General of TECO-LA; Mr. Joe… Read more »

American Geriatric Society: For Second Time in AGS History, Geriatrics Experts Award High Honor Typically Reserved for Individuals to Visionary Organization: West Health

New York (May 8, 2020)—For only the second time in its near 80-year history, the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) will award one of its highest honors typically reserved for individuals to West Health, a family of nonprofit organizations dedicated to lowering healthcare costs to enable older adults to successfully age in place. West Health will… Read more »

Webinar: A Cry for Help – The Healthcare Cost Crisis Amid COVID-19

THANK YOU FOR JOINING US! THE WEBINAR RECORDING CAN BE VIEWED HERE. The COVID-19 crisis is highlighting structural weaknesses in the U.S. healthcare system that disadvantage patients. In addition to those who have tested positive for the virus, millions of Americans say cost would prohibit them from seeking treatment if they suspected they had COVID-19… Read more »