THC’s Workforce Innovation is one of 13 organizations to receive Ohio’s Industry Sector Partnership Grant award.
Deirdre brings years of experience in population health and healthcare improvement that offers a valuable perspective to THC leadership.
To keep patients and residents in our region safe, visitation restrictions have been updated.
Two of our region’s leaders in health innovation respond to the top findings from this year’s Community Health Needs Assessment.
The full-page ad that ran in this week’s Enquirer.
Assessment identifies behavioral health, heart disease, vision and dental care as top health needs
The two collaborated to design a system approach to trauma performance improvement documentation within the Premier Health system.
The leadership of Children’s Inpatient Psych Unit saw an opportunity to radically transform and improve patient care as well as the culture of the unit.
The Obstetrics Team, in their continued commitment to reducing harm and improving overall outcomes, drastically improved performance metrics in spite of COVID-19.
The Health Collaborative is proud to honor UC Health Primary Care for providing the most efficient method to take a population health approach toward improving the care for all patients.
Beyond testing innovations, Gravity has also invested in genome sequencing technology to help detect and report SARS-CoV-2 variants.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is a demonstrated leader, locally and nationally, during the pandemic, making them a finalist for the 2021 Inspire Healthcare Technology Award.
The COVID-19 Order Set put the best evidence at the fingertips of clinicians in real time, without having to research the latest treatment options.
The team worked directly with area organizations to host vaccination events in communities that were hit the hardest by COVID-19.
By remaining active and preventing falls, older adults greatly improve their ability to engage in meaningful activities while minimizing the need for family caregiving or intervention from social services.
Realizing a day when a person’s health is no longer predicted by race, ethnicity, gender, ability, or geography is one of the initiative’s primary goals.
Council on Aging was able to quickly adapt an existing program to serve both older adults and our regional hospital system during the height of the pandemic.
Cathy Bernardino-Bailey and her team at Greater Cincinnati Water Works have been working to ensure equitable access to clean and safe drinking water throughout the pandemic.
Keeping residents in their homes and addressing the affordable housing crisis throughout the pandemic has this team in the running for an Inspire Award.
By envisioning a vibrant, thriving and self-sustaining Greater Price Hill community, they hope to achieve stabilization and self-sufficiency for its residents.
Dr. Pickle has improved the lives of countless patients, students, and fellow physicians through education, outreach, and understanding.
Join us in congratulating Mr. Nyassi for being a 2021 Inspire Connect finalist in the Diversity & Inclusion Award category.
Diversity & Inclusion Award finalists are profiled in this Inspire Connect Finalist Spotlight.
Hear a presentation on COVID-19 vaccines and immunity given by Irene Hamrick, MD at our recent Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF)/Hospital Regional Workgroup meeting.
Chief executive officers and medical leaders said the time has come to require the vaccine to protect their workers and to assure patients that area hospitals are safe.
Our latest efforts to boost vaccination feature targeted digital advertisements that direct users to locations where the vaccine is available.
Our vision for the future of THC is one that is more inclusive, more proactive, and reflects our shared values while providing tailored opportunities to our members.
Ken is responsible for several departments at COA, and has been on the front lines of the collaborative regional effort to address the pandemic.
To learn more about joining our region’s healthcare workforce, or to learn how you or your organization can be involved, visit workforce.healthcollab.org today.
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THC staff and friends were saddened but supportive when Sara made the decision to leave at the end of June.
Traveling during a pandemic requires us to pack a few more items that normal – but they are a necessary part of keeping you and your family safe.
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New information presented by CDC and other scientific sources will continue to be evaluated by our hospitals, and changes to these guidelines will be made when appropriate.
Nicole joined our Emergency Preparedness and Response Team as Emergency Support Specialist in the midst of the worst global pandemic in a century.