I’m a girl.
If you can draw easy hair, then you’ve made it.
This guy is gonna look ridiculous in a few hours.
Well, you are crazy.
You are absolutely not doing any work.
You are a retard. But I don’t care.
You are not an artist.
You suck, you dipshit.
You are absolutely not showing anybody a thing.
Why would I care about a hair thing? I don’t.
This girl is insane.
We’re proud of our support of LGBT issues in Massachusetts. At the same time, we are focused on bringing the best technology to our customers across the state. The state’s top tech employers are proud to support our diversity in our workforce and communities.
What we have in store
Over the next five years, Massachusetts will be a leader in the transformation of how the MassHealth system treats LGBT patients. With Massachusetts leading the way in protecting and improving health care access for LGBTQ people, we believe that our success depends on our ability to maintain a healthy and vibrant workforce.
As part of our commitment to supporting our communities, we are developing and refining our LGBT medical software to reflect our commitment to diversity and inclusion. As part of this work, we will also launch a series of state-of-the-art, integrated training and information sessions. Our workforce will benefit from this training and information.
Our support for inclusion in MassHealth
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPAA) was passed in 1996 to ensure that health care providers could treat patients without regard to sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Today, the Massachusetts Medicaid program allows patients to access and choose the treatment and services that they need based on their medical need. That was the law for 15 years before Health Reform took effect in 2012 when Massachusetts became the first state to create a comprehensive insurance plan that was completely open to all patients regardless of gender identity or expression. However, under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), the state’s Medicaid program will no longer cover any health care professionals, facilities, and services that do not comply with HIPAA.
We recognize that this change is a hard sell for some providers, so we’ve created a list of resources for physicians, facilities, and services that will help you comply with HIPAA by