Save the Date for David Livermore, PhD

Driven by Difference

February 6, 2019

SC Ministry Foundation

Gen-H Program awarded grant from SC Ministry Foundation

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

Components of the PBIP (Performance-based incentive payment) Note: CAHPS = Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems. EDU = emergency department utilization. IHU = inpatient hospital utilization. Image Source: Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

CPC+ Delivers Ohio Practices Over $3.2 Million in Savings

CPC+ Strengthens Primary Care Practices Through Quality and Performance-Based Incentive Payments

Francisco Rademacher, Senior Data Analyst

Staff Spotlight: Francisco Rademacher, Sr. Data Analyst

Revealing the stories told by healthcare data, and giving the officer razor scooters a workout, are all in a day’s work for Francisco.

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Interactive Workshop Connects Students to Healthcare Career Pathways

This Saturday workshop was one of many such events held exclusively for TAP Health students (and often their parents) on a monthly basis.

Alex Vaillancourt, CPHIMS, CIO and SVP, Informatics

Staff Spotlight: Alex Vaillancourt, CIO and SVP, Informatics

Alex comes to us with deep experience in technological innovation, Enterprise program management, and operational strategy in the healthcare sector.

Fikse and Polizzi Appointed to The Health Collaborative Board of Directors

With the addition of Fikse and Polizzi to the award-winning Board of Directors, all major hospital systems in the Greater Cincinnati region are again represented.

Josh Boyd, Coordinator Regional Preparedness and Trauma Services

Staff Spotlight: Josh Boyd, Coordinator Regional Preparedness and Trauma Services

We took a minute to get to know Josh a little better with a quick Q&A. Read on to find out where he gets all those preparedness chops, and which celebrity he accommodated with port-a-john in a previous life!

Greater Cincinnati hospitals implement restrictions to limit spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses this season

VISITATION RESTRICTIONS FOR HOSPITALS

MEDIA CONTACT: Christa Hyson, MPHSenior Manager, External Relations(513) 247-5254FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEGreater Cincinnati hospitals implement restrictions to limit spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses this season CINCINNATI – With the number of flu...
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.

The Health Collaborative Selected to Build Data Sharing Capacity through the DASH Mentor Program

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.

Claudia Allen, General Counsel and Privacy Officer

Claudia Allen, General Counsel and CPO, Departs The Health Collaborative

Claudia Allen, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, has retired after more than eight years with The Health Collaborative. Claudia was hired as a HealthBridge employee in early 2010 and was instrumental in the 2015 merger that linked the organization with the...
Craig Brammer, CEO The Health Collaborative & NRHI

The Health Collaborative CEO Takes On Additional Role

The Health Collaborative’s CEO, Craig Brammer, will be adding a second CEO title to his resume. Craig has been appointed to lead The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) starting November 1 and will concurrently serve in both roles.

Collaboration-innovation

2018: Healthy by Design

Thank YOU – our members, partners, and stakeholders in healthcare improvement – for another successful year of making Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky “Healthy by Design.”

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Share the Thanks, Not the Germs & Illness…

Food safety and infection prevention tips for the holiday season

(L-R) Jason Bubenhofer, Mary Duffey, Sharon Trainer, Rebecca Diwan, Inspire Champion Dr. Tayyab Diwan

Presenting the 2018 Inspire | Healthcare Award Winners [PHOTOS]

The Health Collaborative celebrated excellence and innovation in Greater Cincinnati healthcare in front of a sold-out crowd at The Center.

ACSC admissions per thousand, CPC Classic

The CPC Initiative: Another Side of the Story

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.

MEMBERSHIP

Like-minded, health-conscious partners committed to creating better community, better health, and better healthcare in Greater Cincinnati.

TECHNOLOGY

Powered by one of the nation’s largest Health Information Exchanges, we deliver information to the right place, at the right time, to help providers deliver better care.

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

We function as a learning lab to foster innovation and invite thought leadership, helping to shape the future of health and healthcare.


Committed to Improving
Community Health

Our goal is to stimulate meaningful improvement in the health of the people of Greater Cincinnati.

Regional Health Agenda

Driving Collective Impact for Community Health

Building an equitable, health-focused region for all citizens is a priority across Greater Cincinnati. Partners are coming together to implement solutions that improve healthcare, connect with social services, and ensure healthier neighborhoods – making Cincinnati a place where all citizens want to live, work, learn, and play.

This is the technology that drives it all. The Health Collaborative’s HealthBridge Suite (hb/suite) of technology services connects all the pieces that healthcare providers, payers, and health systems need to ensure they have information in the right place, at the right time, for better care, lower costs, and healthier people.

HOSPITALS ACTIVELY USING HB/SUITE

providers actively using HB/SUITE

160 million clinical results processed

15 million messages through monthly

With an eye on the future, one of our top initiatives is to encourage a robust healthcare career pipeline. We seek the best young talent, align them with education opportunities, and connect them with our local systems, creating the next generation of healthcare professionals.