Medical Costs and Worker Absenteeism from Health Issues Attributed to Adverse Childhood Experiences
The economic cost of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) among Tennessee adults was $5.2 billion in direct medical costs and lost productivity in 2017.
We review the numerous steps Gov. Haslam and TN lawmakers took during the 2018 legislative session.
Prosperity and health are closely connected. Here's how Tennesseans' income, wealth, education, and other socioeconomic factors influence our health.
To improve our state’s health outcomes, policymakers should understand the complex set of factors that influence them.
Health and education are mutually influential. Both health and education policy may benefit from discussions that consider their close and complex connections.
The science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) indicates that early childhood and adolescence are critical times for human brain development.