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.
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.
What’s it like to be an emergency responder and public information officer during the worst pandemic in a century?
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.
Appreciation and thanks for the support and strength of the unsung heroes of this pandemic – our area nursing homes.
Get Out the Vax got a mention in the recent national Kaiser Health News roundup.
The Cincinnati Business Courier has recognized the latest group of Healthcare Heroes in Greater Cincinnati, and our regional hospital steering committee is on the roster.
The funds will expand immunization information-sharing among healthcare organizations in the Cincinnati region through our Health Information Exchange (HIE).
“The percent increase is alarming and something we need to understand so we can implement prevention tactics,” says Jackie Phillips, Middletown Health Commissioner.
In this article featuring THC members and staff, the unprecedented challenges and partnerships of the COVID-19 pandemic are explored through a local lens.
“My role is to have a voice at the table with other health commissioners to move forward; and with health systems to be a good steward of resources that we receive,” says Commissioner Moore.
The information we collect will inform how we will direct our energy and resources, and will inspire innovative healthcare delivery models designed to achieve improved health outcomes for all.
“The CDC and FDA are acting in a very cautious manner,” said Tom Lamarre, MD, Medical Director for Infectious Diseases at The Christ Hospital Health Network. “These actions underscore the overall commitment to vaccine safety.”
This past Tuesday saw the kickoff of Get Out the Vax weekends, taking place during the second and fourth weekends in April and May.
Get Out the Vax weekends will take place at Smale Riverfront Park during the second and fourth weekends in April and May, beginning Tuesday, April 6 at 10:30 a.m..
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Kroger will administer approximately 3,000 vaccines at the site weekly.
Gov. and First Lady DeWine joined the Ohio National Guard and Council on Aging.
“I look forward to seeing COVID in the rearview mirror and being able to return to addressing the social determinants of health that impact people so much,” Bailer shares.
Whether it’s a personal connection or this new video, these community advocates are hoping to boost the number of minorities getting vaccinated.
Zander is a lung pathologist and cytopathologist, an educator, and a mentor. She’s also a key player in our region’s COVID-19 response.
“This new test site will provide much needed free testing to the surrounding community,” stated Sara Bolton, Senior VP of Programs and Services for The Health Collaborative.
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Leaders in the Black community share why they are motivated to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
We caught up with Greg to see how he’s been spending his time while combating the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force will provide recommendations for addressing health inequities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and for preventing such inequities in the future.
Matta leads our legal and risk management activities including HIPAA compliance, contract drafting/negotiation, and employment law.