Findings: Adult, peer views on mental health contribute to stigma Press Release by Hayley Kappes, University of Louisville LOUISVILLE, KY – September 6, 2018 – Parents who refuse to take their children to therapy because they don’t believe in mental health treatment. School counselors who have told students to stop crying because they’re “fine.” Teens further ashamed […]
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Kayla D. Rose, MA, RRT, PMP® Kentucky Primary Care Association Job Title: Director of Practice Improvement Programs Member of KHC for: Three + years KHC Committee Participation: Measurement Strategy Team, Performance Measures Alignment Committee (PMAC) Oversight Committee, and Chair of the PMAC Preventive Care Subcommittee Kayla leads a Quality Improvement Program to support practice transformation that controls […]
Jamal Thruston Profile by Sanford Job Title: Franchise Manager New Member of the KHC! Jamal is responsible for networking with like-minded partners to improve the health of our community, impact as many lives as possible, and lead a team of health coaches to provide unprecedented services to our members. What are you currently working on […]
You may have already noticed that the KHC is using a new event registration platform, Constant Contact. The September Forum is the first event to take place on the new system. You should have already received a couple of emails about registration using Constant Contact. As before, you will still be able to find all […]
I was recently touched by a story about a high school football player who struggled with mental illness and lost his way in life. KHC was honored to attend and be a part of a screening of the award-winning true story narrative feature Holden On. As the mom of a senior in high school, I […]
Next Tuesday, join the Kentuckiana Health Collaborative for an interactive Community Health Forum centered on healthcare measurement action and alignment. To kick off the event, Mylia Christensen, Executive Director, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation (Q Corp), will provide an overview of Q Corp’s work to drive improvements through performance measurement of health plans and providers. […]
The Kentuckiana Health Collaborative will host its second annual healthcare conference to help shape the future of health and healthcare value. Hear from national healthcare thought leaders on the latest measurement and payment reform updates, how each sector can drive more value, how patient outcomes can be optimized through medication adherence, and how communities can come together to catalyze these changes. Join a force of great minds that will inspire and challenge you on March 16, 2016, in Louisville, KY. This conference is more than a chance to network with key healthcare professionals; it’s also an opportunity to play a part in affecting real change in healthcare value.
Unbeknownst to many employers, the shocking ONE IN 10 Americans living with depression goes beyond the personal realm to significantly impact the bottom line of companies from every sector, ultimately costing employers BILLIONS OF DOLLARS ($102B) each year.
The title of this year’s KHC Annual Conference is a mouthful, but that’s only because it reflects the amount of quality content that is featured in this year’s lineup of speakers, panels and topics – arguably KHC’s strongest lineup yet