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.
Watch a message from Ohio Secretary of State to healthcare workers urging you to vote!
We spent a few minutes to get Clayton’s perspective on what’s happening, what’s to come, and all that our region has to be proud of as we hit the six-month mark for the crisis.
We’ve been listening to the voices of our members, and we’re upgrading to offer the most advanced, best-in-industry software and services available.
Kristi Nelson is VP Global Human Resources and General Counsel for Multi-Color Corp., a leader in global label solutions.
Hamilton County has partnered with The Health Collaborative and their partners as we have regional surveillance across the region that can pinpoint where there are spikes and hot spots in communities.
Hoxworth’s Director of Public Relations, Alecia Lipton MHA talks about the current need for blood, plasma, and convalescent plasma donations in our region to help ALL patients in need.
Donating convalescent plasma is an incredible way to make a difference during this time of uncertainty—and when you donate with Hoxworth, your plasma is guaranteed to go to a patient in need right here in the Tri-state area.
Chirumbolo and his skilled care organizations have been at the forefront of the pandemic response, keeping our most vulnerable elderly cared for and safe.
A new paper detailing how together, behavioral healthcare and primary care can improve physician job satisfaction and patient health.
The caring staff at our area nursing homes are heroes who do not seek recognition but an understanding of the ongoing battle they face.
Hamilton County is ramping up its COVID-19 testing strategy thanks to a partnership between Hamilton County, The Health Collaborative and several of our region’s leading health and healthcare institutions.
Reflecting on all we’ve accomplished in our region together in 2020 despite the challenges of the pandemic.
Dr. Calhoun gives his insight into what motivates him and how he stays connected to what matters most.
Keith Hepp has stood tall as a leader of our organization and a national advocate for health information exchanges for many years.
Beckett Springs engages with patients, families, employees, communities, healthcare providers, and health insurers to increase access to behavioral healthcare.
This week, THC’s Ameenah Hall is joined by Rachele Wolf, Vice President Client Education Services of HORAN to talk about their commitment to supporting clients during the COVID pandemic.
Help us protect the region by sharing this important message of “IF YOU’RE OUT, MASKS ON,” to your employees and networks through social media.
Critical Health and Safety Information to be Shared with Cincinnati Region via RC3