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KHC Member Spotlight: Jenny Goins

As Commissioner of the Department of Employee Insurance, Jenny manages the Kentucky Employees' Health Plan. With 265,000 members, it's the largest self-insured health plan in the Commonwealth. She is also responsible for optional employer sponsored Group Life, Dental, and Vision Insurance programs.

Call for Public Comment: Proposed Changes to KY Core Healthcare Measures Set

2018 KY Core Healthcare Measures Set Modifications are being…

PRESS RELEASE: Randa Deaton Elected to National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalition Board

Press Release from National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser…

KHC Highlights Hospital Price Variation, Recruits Employers, Hospitals, and Health Plans for Workgroup

Last month, a new hospital price study by RAND Corporation revealed…

StAMINA Releases Student-Led Podcast “Brain Waves”

All Brain Waves Podcast Episodes On any given day, I…

Mental Health Month a Time to Focus on the Connection between Physical and Mental Health

This May is Mental Health Month, and Mental Health America of Kentucky is expanding its focus from 2018 to raise awareness about the connection between physical health and mental health, through the theme #4Mind4Body.

Call for Applications - 2019 KY Performance Measures Alignment Committee

The Kentuckiana Health Collaborative is accepting applications for the 2019 Kentucky Performance Measures Alignment Committee, which will select a core healthcare measures set for Kentucky’s primary care providers, with the goal of aligning the priorities of Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurers.

Tackling Opioids in the Workplace

As an HR practitioner, I wasn’t quite sure what I would be able to add to the many experts who were involved with this initiative. What I quickly discovered is that everyone is in a continuous learning process with the subject matter of opioids.

Recent Studies Reveal Variation in Price and Quality Among Kentucky’s Hospitals

New Hospital Safety Grade state rankings by the nonprofit The Leapfrog Group shows Kentucky ranks 33rd in overall hospital safety. This, when paired with the new study released last week by RAND, reiterates that hospitals in the Commonwealth vary in both price and quality.

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