KHC Events Blog

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

Last month, a new hospital price study by RAND Corporation
revealed…
June 18, 2019/by Randa Deaton

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.
May 16, 2019/by Stephanie Clouser

National Hospital Prices: How do Kentucky Hospitals Stack up?

Imagine that you and your best friend are injured in a car
accident.…
April 29, 2019/by Stephanie Clouser

Mental Health Matters: Importance, Integration, and Intervention Opportunities

(Note: this guest piece was written by Elizabeth Archer-Nanda,…
April 2, 2019/by Stephanie Clouser

“High Value Behavioral Healthcare” Speakers Answer Your Questions

Featuring a day jam-packed with engaging presentations and panels,…
March 19, 2019/by Stephanie Clouser

KHC Continues Conversation Around Behavioral Health with Successful Annual Conference

At the KHC 2018 Annual Conference, “Connecting Mental and…
March 13, 2019/by Stephanie Clouser

KHC Fifth Annual Conference to Focus on High Value Behavioral Healthcare

On March 5, the KHC’s annual conference
will move from a broad…
February 6, 2019/by Randa Deaton

Action items to address healthcare affordability in the region identified at Community Health Forum

It’s no secret that we have a problem with healthcare affordability…
December 12, 2018/by Stephanie Clouser

National Affordability Summit Sets the Stage for Local Healthcare Affordability Event

“I’ll do my part by collaborating with others to improve…
October 17, 2018/by Randa Deaton

QPR Reflections: Suicide Prevention Training Hits Home

It sounds like a cliché to say that you never think it will happen to you until it does. But that’s exactly how it is. And I would recommend that anyone learn how to have that conversation and develop that vocabulary, through QPR or a similar program. Because you never know when you might need those skills.
October 2, 2018/by Stephanie Clouser

Louisville’s Multi-year Focus on Suicide Prevention Ramps up to Set a World Record, Save Lives

(Note: This guest post was written by London Saunders Roth, Local…
August 30, 2018/by admin

Regarding Youth Mental Health: Parents Appreciate Sharing of Ideas, Emphasize Communication with Schools

(Note: This guest post was written Stephen O’Connor, PhD, Assistant…
July 24, 2018/by admin
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