More than 1,400 healthcare consumers, countless organizations and non-profits across 25 counties in the Greater Cincinnati/ Dayton area have identified substance abuse, mental health, access to care, chronic disease and healthy behaviors as priority areas for 2019.
Gen-H Program at The Health Collaborative is awarded grant from SC Ministry Foundation. Funds will be used to launch a Learning Collaborative in Bond Hill and Roselawn
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve been selected for DASH Mentor Program! We look forward to connecting, sharing, and learning with communities across the country who are aligning multi-sector partners around data-driven approaches to improve health and promote equity.
Thank YOU – our members, partners, and stakeholders in healthcare improvement – for another successful year of making Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky “Healthy by Design.”
Our experts found that the multi-payer claims data provides evidence of considerable savings and utilization reductions in the Medicare Advantage population in OH/KY.
The Health Gap’s mission of reducing racial and ethnic health disparities in Cincinnati is fulfilled by connecting people with resources and building trust so that the community can begin to create their own changes.
During his service to The Health Collaborative, Keating held an integral position on the Gen-H steering committee to stimulate collective impact on population health and address social determinants of health.
In addition to one-on-one neighbor interactions, Health Champions work to advocate for their community by addressing upstream child health factors such as housing instability, institutionalized racism, and educating pregnant moms on patient rights.
The Health Collaborative is proud to honor Linda Smith Berry, Executive Director of The Good Samaritan Free Health Center, as a finalist for the 2018 Inspire | Healthcare Award in Gen-H population health.
St. Francis Seraph Ministries teamed up with FarmChef to create a five-week culinary program where participants learn eight basic cooking skills and techniques, utilizing fresh and healthy ingredients.
Winners will be announced on November 8, 2018 at the Inspire | Healthcare Awards Ceremony and Gala, being held at The Center, 115 Fifth Street in downtown Cincinnati.
Our new senior manager external affairs comes to us from the Cincinnati Health Department, where she served as Health Communication Specialist and Clerk to the Board of Health.
Gen-H is a community-wide effort and we need your help to bring the vision to life.
What if what was required to keep you well, was not just a prescription or exam? What if it couldn’t be found within the walls of a healthcare facility? Learn how the 80-20 rule applies to our health.
2017 Gen-H Award winners Health Care Access Now and the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati teamed up to offer type 2 pre-diabetes prevention to low-income and minority patients.
Practices and payers split the cost of aggregating the data 50/50, creating a shared, cooperative model that leverages co-ownership of the results.
The go Vibrant walking challenge, presented by Gen-H, is designed to accelerate neighborhood health improvement strategies across the region while activating and enhancing employer wellness programs.
The 2018 Challenge ran throughout the month of April with participation by employers from across the Greater Cincinnati region
The Step Up Cincinnati Challenge is an opportunity for our region’s employer community to “step up” their United Way Campaign dollars while supporting population health initiatives.
Kiana Trabue, Executive Director of Gen-H at The Health Collaborative, was invited by our friends at StrivePartnership to join them for their weekly radio spot on Radio One, called “Class in Session,” to talk about what’s new and coming soon.