Americares is working to address prediabetes among those served by free and charitable clinics to increase the identification of prediabetes, reduce health disparities and improve health-related outcomes for a highly vulnerable population.
ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) is an innovative model that uses technology to link front-line primary care clinicians in medically underserved communities with specialist care teams at university medical centers to manage patients with chronic conditions that require complex care, like resistant hypertension.
Americares and Blink Health have partnered to deliver consistent, affordable access to medication at free clinics and health centers. This partnership combines the free medication available through Americares with the transparent, low-cost of Blink Health when free medication is not available.
We are excited to announce the launch of the National Survey of Free & Charitable Clinics, the first survey of all known free and charitable clinics in nearly 10 years.
With generous support from the General Electric (GE) Foundation, Americares is excited to announce the launch of its Chronic Disease Care Program (CDCP), designed to build capacity in free and charitable clinics to address chronic disease prevention and management in the patients they serve. escription…
With generous support from the General Electric (GE) Foundation, Americares, its partner CareMessage, are excited to announce the launch of the Medication Adherence Texting Pilot Program, designed to improve medication compliance in free and charitable clinics.
We offer a variety of resources for behavioral health providers in the U.S., including free psychotropic and primary care medicine, as well as medical supplies and personal care products, for distribution to patients that cannot afford their prescriptions, serving as a valuable resource for the sector.