The Health Collaborative celebrated excellence and innovation in Greater Cincinnati healthcare in front of a sold-out crowd at The Center.
Dr. Diwan has been selected for the 2018 Inspire Champion Award for his work in educating our youth and playing an integral role in the success of the TAP MD program since 2013.
The Mercy Health informatics team leveraged the Epic EMR system to place screening tools and relevant patient history in the hands of providers at the point of care.
The Good Samaritan Free Health Center is the only free health center in Hamilton County and provides care to the uninsured, non-Medicaid/Medicare-eligible adults who have an income less than 200% of the poverty level.
From prevention efforts, to harm- reduction methods, to long-term treatment, Mercy Health’s aim is to normalize and expand treatment options for those suffering from substance abuse disorders.
When a major hospital closed in an economically disadvantaged urban community in Dayton, Ohio, the dedicated staff at PriMed’s Wright Dunbar Family Practice and Pediatrics office stepped up.
The computerized, wearable-tech-assisted test is now the first of its kind giving medical providers data that was never attainable before.
TriHealth leadership believes that in order to serve the larger community, the organization must mirror the rich diversity found within Greater Cincinnati communities.
The Health Collaborative is proud to honor PriMed Physicians as a nominee for the 2018 Richard M. Smith MD Leadership in Quality Improvement Award for its steadfast focus on providing quality care while also reducing the cost of care.
TriHealth is nurturing an environment that values diversity, recognizes differences, encourages personal growth and enhances the self-worth of each individual.
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.
The new hb/notify solution offers a comprehensive look at utilization and trends to help identify interventions for improvement.
One way UC Health focuses on economic health is by intentionally supporting local and minority and/or women owned businesses.
Known as Epic Healthy Planet, UC’s technology project was launched to facilitate care management services in the ambulatory setting.
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.
Mercy Health experienced a shortage of nurses. Pat Davis-Hagens, Mercy Health’s central market president and CEO and chief nursing officer, wasn’t about to sit on the sidelines to watch the struggle.
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.
As primary care physicians in internal medicine at the Mercy Health – Avondale office, both understand the need to address disparities in the health of the African American community.
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.