The Health Collaborative addresses healthcare challenges that no organization can solve alone.
By engaging stakeholders across the healthcare ecosystem, especially those who have historically been left out of the conversation, The Health Collaborative is building a Greater Cincinnati region that is healthy by design. Philanthropic support is a crucial element to our success, allowing us to expand our reach through effective grassroots efforts and community engagement to better identify the health needs most critical to the individuals the healthcare system serves. By prioritizing funding, THC puts your charitable donations directly to work.
With your support we can continue to equitably grow our Workforce Development programs, TAP HC and TAP MD, providing current high school students with opportunities to learn about pathways to careers as healthcare professionals, creating a more diverse pipeline of young professionals entering the healthcare space.
Our Population Health team leads Greater Cincinnati’s Community Health Needs Assessment. Conducted every three years in partnership with hospitals, public health, and community residents, the CHNA collects data to identify top health needs and initiatives to address them. Unique in its collaborative nature, our CHNA report informs decisions on spending for healthcare and social services.
As the non-profit convener of healthcare providers, payors, and stakeholders, The Health Collaborative invites organizations (often competitors) to work together to solve problems that affect the entire region. With charitable support, we can effectively dispatch resources in communities with the greatest need.