December 8: Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) – Instructor

The ENPC (Instructor) course is for participants who demonstrated their ability to lecture, teach, and evaluate psychomotor skills.  This course is designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and ability to teach others how to successfully complete the ENPC Provider course. DETAILS WHEN: December 8, 2015: class begins at 7:00 a.m. and ends at approximately [...]

SVP of Informatics featured in eBook: “Evolution of Healthcare IT”

Staying on the cutting edge of healthcare technology is critical to achieving the triple aim: better population health, and better quality of care, at a lower overall cost. Healthcare marketing resource MM&M (Medical, Marketing & Media Online) just released an eBook discussing the inevitable changes that will enhance and further the exchange of data among health care [...]

POV: How is Interoperability Critical to Healthcare Innovation?

Electronic Health Reporter produces and publishes stories, features, and news about healthcare IT, as well as opinion and guest editorial from the industry’s thought leaders. Its July 6 point-of-view piece on the necessity of interoperability in health care featured commentary from our own Jason W. Buckner, senior VP of informatics. Click the link to read Jason's thoughts, [...]

Health Care Worker Supply and Demand: Mostly Well Balanced in Cincinnati

Vacancy rates overall at a five year low, while Registered Nurse, Medical Assistant, and Surgical Technician are “hot jobs” Health care facilities are having an easier time meeting their staffing needs, according to a recent report by The Health Collaborative.  Workforce supply and demand is reasonably balanced as indicated by an overall vacancy rate of [...]

Patient Enrollment Begins for Study that Could Change How We Take Medication

Could stopping at the Kroger pharmacy after a hospital stay improve your odds of recovering at home without having to be readmitted? A partnership between The Health Collaborative, the University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, Kroger Pharmacy, and several local hospitals is looking into that question. Patient enrollment has begun in a [...]