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The National Minority Health Association and Good Days Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance Patient Support Programs

By: PRLog

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - May 9, 2024 - PRLog -- The National Minority Health Association (NMHA) and Good Days, a recognized leader in providing direct financial assistance to patients suffering from chronic diseases, are delighted to announce a strategic partnership aimed at expanding patient support and increasing health equity. This collaboration builds upon NMHA's prior participation in the health equity panels organized by Good Days, setting a solid foundation for future joint efforts.

"Our partnership with Good Days is a natural evolution of our commitment to improving patient care and access to treatment for underserved and minority populations," said Burgess Harrison, Executive Director of NMHA. "By working together, we can leverage our collective strengths more effectively to support those in need. NMHA will provide an important supporting role in recruiting patients who can benefit immensely from the financial assistance programs offered by Good Days."

Good Days has a longstanding history of reducing the financial burden on patients, allowing them to access the necessary treatments without the overwhelming stress of high medical costs. "This partnership with NMHA allows us to extend our reach and impact more lives," explained Clorinda Walley, President of Good Days. "Together, we are dedicated to removing barriers to treatment and advancing health equity, ensuring that financial constraints do not prevent anyone from receiving the care theyneed."

Under this strategic partnership, NMHA and Good Days will collaborate on several key initiatives:

  • Jointly working on grant applications to fund initiatives that increase patient access to healthcare.
  • Enhancing awareness of the programs offered by Good Days, ensuring more patients can benefit from their services.
  • Recruiting patients in need through NMHA's network, facilitating easier access to Good Days' financial support programs.
This collaboration signifies a shared vision between NMHA and Good Days, focusing on comprehensive support for patients and a commitment to making healthcare more accessible and equitable.  The NMHA and Good Days Foundation invite all stakeholders and community members to learn more about this partnership and the resources available through both organizations' websites and social media channels. One such effort is the new "Health is for EveryBODY" campaign where Good Days will join with over 35 other organizations and companies, and growing, in the advancement of this message.

In addition, the partnership, sets and example of nonprofit partnerships that help the respective organizations attain their goals in a cost effective manner.

About the NMHA: The National Minority Health Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 1988. The NMHA delivers on its mission of health equity through innovative programs including, Equity for All, Health is for EveryBODY™ (www.healthisforeverybody.org ), Operation Healthy You™, Equityville™, and The Art Alliance, to name a few. The lack of health equity in underserved, marginalized, and hard-to-reach communities translates into lost lives, adverse health outcomes, higher costs, diminished productivity, and declines in quality of life and well-being for everyone. For more information visit www.thenmha.org.

About Good Days: Good Days is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring no one has to choose between getting the medication they need and affording the necessities of everyday living. Good Days provides financial support to patients suffering from chronic medical conditions so that they can receive the treatments they need. For more information visit https://mygooddays.org

Contact
Burgess Harrison
***@thenmha.org

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Source: Natonal Minority Health Association

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