KIDS COUNT luncheon speakers celebrate progress in children’s health measures

CHILD HEALTH CARE advocates, from left, Jill Beckwith, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT deputy director; Deb Florio, deputy Medicaid director and CHIP director at the Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services; and Elizabeth Burke Bryant, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT director, gather after the organization’s Nov. 14 luncheon. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT
CHILD HEALTH CARE advocates, from left, Jill Beckwith, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT deputy director; Deb Florio, deputy Medicaid director and CHIP director at the Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services; and Elizabeth Burke Bryant, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT director, gather after the organization’s Nov. 14 luncheon. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT
PROVIDENCE – At Rhode Island KIDS COUNT’s 16th annual celebration of children’s health luncheon, leaders lauded the many milestones and top rankings Rhode Island has achieved, while warning of the need for continued diligence, in light of the recent GOP sweep of the White House and both houses of Congress. That Rhode Island is ranked…

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