Governor Kasich unviels Executive Budget
Source: Office of Health Transformation
On Monday, Governor Kasich released his Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Executive Budget, which builds on the progress made since 2011 to strengthen Ohio’s economy and promote job creation. The Executive Budget will continue to improve the state’s jobs-friendly climate, help Ohioans better prepare for careers and college, embrace state government’s use of technology, innovate our state’s transportation systems, and continue to emphasize the need to support our most vulnerable Ohioans.
Under Governor Kasich’s leadership, Ohio has been recognized nationally for implementing transformative health care policies that have helped to reduce costs, improve health outcomes and strengthen care coordination. The Executive Budget continues to embrace fiscally responsible and innovative reforms that build on the progress made since 2011 so Ohioans can live healthier, more productive lives, and our state’s economy has the healthy workforce needed to grow stronger.
>>> Budget Briefing Webinar Slides, Video Available
Please visit the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) Budget and Legislation web page to view slides and watch a recording of yesterday’s stakeholder briefing by Dir. Tracy Plouck. Follow the budget process at mha.ohio.gov/budget. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the budget.
Source: The Center for Community Solutions
(This article provides an excellent breakdown of the budget process moving forward)
Governor Kasich released his final executive budget this week, outlining a number of new proposals that continue his work in health and human services. To break this down, Tara Britton and Loren Anthes from the policy team author their first blog of the budget process, snapshotting some of the major pieces being offered.