DAS Cares. For the healthcare community. For the WHOLE community.
Our team is proud to support various community projects and community service initiatives through DAS Cares, volunteering our time and energy to give a little back.
We’ve volunteered in communities across the United States, supporting causes our associates care about including working with Feeding America, Humane Society, Metropolitan Ministries, A Kid’s Place, and more!
Read more about our most recent volunteer opportunities below.
Our volunteers contributed across the nation this March, supporting our local communities and giving back.
- In Las Vegas, our volunteers supported Goodwill by pairing hundreds of unmatched shoes.
- Our Tampa team volunteered with Trinity Cafe, serving lunch to several hundred individuals March 21 – 24.
- In North Carolina, the team helped wrap journals for children in transition with Bright Blessings USA, an organization that helped 9,000 children least year alone.
Check out just a few photos of the event below:
Our Las Vegas office volunteered with Salvation Army, Veteran Services on December 29, 2016, closing out the year by helping in their community kitchen. The team cracked dozens of cartons of eggs, feeding veterans for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our volunteers helped feed almost 400 people! Check out just a few photos of the event below:
Pictured are volunteers Jonelle and Russell.
Our Tampa, FL DAS Family volunteered the week of December 19th, helping Metropolitan Ministries to sort toys and food for those in need, taking on a number of jobs from cart pulling to turkey delivering, and more. Thank you to all our volunteers for giving back, and check out just a few photos of our volunteers below:
Our three volunteer groups posed for group photos after each shift.
- 1. ACOs may affect physician employment patterns, JAMA study finds
- 2. OIG: CMS paid out $434M in improper premium assistance payments
- 3. Opioid prescriptions aren’t decreasing, study finds
- 4. ACOs using medical home physicians save money, yield higher quality, report finds
- 5. Uninsured rate stays stable in 2018
Affordable Care Act (ACA)
chronic care management
Doctors Administrative Solutions
electronic health records
Merit-based incentive program