Illuminating the most significant challenges and potential opportunities currently buzzing in healthcare.
Downsizing our physical space offers an opportunity for tremendous cost savings that can be redirected toward programming and support to our members.
The 2022-2024 CHIP prioritizes three key goals: equitable access to care, expanded and diverse healthcare workforce pipeline, and access to food and affordable housing.
Regional Workforce Collaborative Launches, Becomes Part of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions’ Network
“Becoming a National Fund for Workforce Solutions site is a positive and necessary step toward becoming a community that is healthy by design,” said Hope Arthur, director of workforce innovation at The Health Collaborative.
The directory promises improved ease of access for communication between local hospitals and community agencies, ensuring smoother care transitions.
New Water Capital L.P. is a private equity firm focused on supporting businesses in transition, building on their unique culture and strengths.
“You’re actually going to be making a difference in people’s lives, even if it’s small,” shares Kylie Bethel, former AmeriCorps volunteer member.
Survey data from seven area hospital systems reveals the region’s supply and demand of our hospital workforce.
The funding supports outreach to neighborhoods with low vaccine uptake.
The Health Collaborative not only provides and analyzes regional workforce data, but we convene our members to get after the short and long-term solutions.
More than 60 students from dozens of area high schools are welcomed into this year’s career exploration programs
We asked Eric to reflect on his accomplishments at THC and discuss how his experience might guide him through the rest of his career.
Get to know our summer Accounting and Workforce Innovations interns in this quick Q&A.
THC would like to recognize a cohort of organizations for their partnership – and impact – during the 5-year CMS Accountable Health Communities project.
As part of the collaboration, Workforce Innovation is supporting the curriculum development for science and healthcare activity guides.
This grant will help to ensure providers’ full access to patient health records by funding a more sustainable and scalable regional health technology solution.
Keith was a national leader in health IT and worked as a consultant to many other health information exchanges around the country.
Ellie Borders and José Polanco, M. Ed. have been working to create and disseminate the most accurate and up-to-date information about COVID to the community.
As a CPS school nurse, Goode-Mayo has helped keep children enrolled in the Cincinnati public school system safe and healthy.
As one of the Zoo honorees, we asked Schumacher to give us in idea of what the challenges of the pandemic have meant to herself as well as her patients and their families.
One of the Zoo’s Healthcare Workers Appreciation Days honorees, Gabrielle Gescheider, was part of an instrumental team working to quickly respond to the need for rapid testing.
Herald is passionate about helping patients and their families. Throughout the pandemic, her passions were put to the test.
“My work, and the contact tracing and outbreak team I’ve trained has contributed directly to preventing cases, hospitalizations, and death during this pandemic,” shares Blinka.
Brandi is among a select group of healthcare heroes that will be honored at the zoo this Thursday, April 7.
Cincinnati Zoo is offering healthcare workers FREE admission April 7-10.
Cincinnati Zoo is offering healthcare workers FREE admission starting on World Health Day, April 7, through April 10.
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Members of THC’s Comprehensive Primary Care Plus team found that standardization of claims data aggregation, measure alignment, and consistency of goals are important if multi-payer transformation is to be expanded and sustainable.
Our region was fortunate to have nearly 100 guard members come to the Cincinnati region to assist hospital staff and test sites.
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