Here you’ll find the latest news and updates from The Health Collaborative, our partners, and allies in healthcare improvement. New developments are always happening so check back often.
Greater Cincinnati hospitals implement restrictions to limit spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses this season.
To help offset the cost for students, TAP Health is raising funds to ensure each student has the gear they need to succeed!
Linda is responsible for a number of vital functions that keep things running smoothly for leadership, staff, and visitors.
This unique training program is designed to prevent skill atrophy and build civilian/military relationships while strengthening community ties.
In the next 12 months, our goal is to support our health system and hospital members as they quickly assess their ability to meet these new requirements.
Congratulations to Our 2019 Inspire Gen-H Award Winner: Mercy Serves, A Partnership of Mercy Health and AmeriCorps
Mercy Serves Members treat patients with a whole-person, chronic-disease model, including addressing emotional and social barriers to treatment and coordinating across settings to ensure all those who are ready for treatment get the care they need.
Wright oversees The E.W. Scripps Company enterprise-wide diversity and inclusion strategies.
The Health Collaborative is partnering with Mathematica, the Patient Advocate Foundation, and MediaAgility on a solution leveraging artificial intelligence and industry-leading methods to achieve goals that drive primary care transformation.
Congratulations to Our Inspire Diversity & Inclusion Award Winner: Juliann C. Parker – The Christ Hospital Health Network
When Epic, The Christ Hospital Health Network’s electronic medical records platform, announced plans for an upgrade that would better capture patients’ sexual orientation and gender identity information, Parker immediately became a champion for training and resources.
Congratulations to our 2019 Inspire Quality Improvement Award Winner: Brad Mathis MD, Associate Chief Medical Officer, UC Health
Brad Mathis, MD, Associate Chief Medical Officer at UC Health was awarded this year for his CAUTI project to improve patient outcomes, and dedication to advancing the Quality Improvement process system-wide.
Healthcare heroes in the Greater Cincinnati region were recognized for their excellence in the areas of quality improvement, population health, healthcare technology, and diversity & inclusion
The TriHealth Corporate Health team is helping close the gap between employee action to improve healthy habits and reducing the cost of healthcare for employers.