THC staff and friends were saddened but supportive when Sara made the decision to leave at the end of June.
Nicole joined our Emergency Preparedness and Response Team as Emergency Support Specialist in the midst of the worst global pandemic in a century.
In this article featuring THC members and staff, the unprecedented challenges and partnerships of the COVID-19 pandemic are explored through a local lens.
Matta leads our legal and risk management activities including HIPAA compliance, contract drafting/negotiation, and employment law.
Our team will bear a double loss this month in the departure of Medical Director Barbara Tobias, MD, and the retirement of Chief Administrative Officer Colleen O’Toole, PhD.
Keith Hepp has stood tall as a leader of our organization and a national advocate for health information exchanges for many years.
Find out why Sandy is an invaluable, understated hero and staff favorite.
“I am proud of our team and the leadership of our members and partners for their resiliency and extreme dedication during this unprecedented time,” says Brammer.
In this collaboration with IBM’s Big Data and Analytics Hub, learn how Health Care Access Now utilizes services from The Health Collaborative to help Community Health Workers address social determinants and client barriers to better health.
Jill comes to us from TriHealth, where she served as the Lead Employee Health Technician. She is also an active EMT with the Ripley Life Squad in Brown County.
Damon has been working with the team to help keep things running smoothly behind the scenes for internal and external customers, providing network administration, server/storage administration, and application support.
Nixon was recently hired on as an official employee after several months of contracting in the Customer Service department.
As Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr. Shonk is a core member of the executive team, providing senior executive leadership to the Programs & Services division.
Linda is responsible for a number of vital functions that keep things running smoothly for leadership, staff, and visitors.
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.
The 5th Annual Golf Outing benefiting the Hoxworth Blood Center Research & Regenerative Medicine Program was held on Tuesday, September 24.
“Sara is a natural at connecting dots, empowering people, and stewarding improvement projects,” says CEO Craig Brammer.
The C-Suite Awards Program honors C-level executives for their contributions and commitment to the community.
We sat down with Allison for a brief Q&A to get to know her better and find out what she’s working on this summer.
We recently brought UC student Jack Komrska on board the Informatics team for the summer.