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Owen Ryan comes to Project Angel Heart with an extensive background in nonprofit management and leadership. We spoke to him about his experience in public health, passion for food as medicine, and where he sees Project Angel Heart going next.
This recipe is one of my favorite seafood dishes we serve. Curry and vindaloo spices and sauces are often paired with beef, chicken, or even lamb. While it works well with those proteins, we have found that bold flavors with a light, flaky fish are just as delicious. I hope you enjoy it as much as our clients do!
Today, more than nine percent of Americans are living with diabetes , a disease that is costly for those diagnosed and for our health care system as a whole. In the U.S., one in seven health care dollars is spent treating diabetes and its complications .
Thanks to our study measuring the impact of medically tailored meals on monthly health care costs, we know that these costs go down nearly 27 percent when people with diabetes receive Project Angel Heart meals. And the cost reductions continue after meal service ends. Diabetes self-management education programs—which help participants navigate their diagnosis, manage symptoms, and prevent complications—have also proven effective at reducing health care costs for people with diabetes .
The board of directors is pleased to announce that Owen Ryan has been hired as the next President & CEO of Project Angel Heart. Owen will officially start in his new role on August 16, 2019. Continue reading →
Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary this month! We are grateful for your ongoing service.