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Issue 1


Welcome to the Kentuckiana Health Collaborative's Monthly Newsletter. In this edition, more information about our annual conference in March: The Future of Healthcare. See our latest blogs and follow us on social media!

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Join a diverse collection of leaders in healthcare at Kentuckiana Health Collaborative’s third annual conference on March 15, 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky. Explore measurement, data, payment innovation, cultural competency, and the game changers that could be in store over the next few years. Read the article one of our featured panelists, Kristin Paulson, wrote for our local Medical News, The data challenge: Incomplete, inaccurate data makes it difficult to assess, address, social determinants of health.



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 KHC news

New Members Added to KHC Executive Committee
KHC staff and current Executive Committee members are happy to welcome new members Don Lovasz, Gil Liu, DeAnna Hall, Brenda Miles, Stephen Houghland, Andrew Renda, Emily Beauregard and Sarah Moyer... MORE


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KHC Co-Executive Directors Recognized for Compassionate Work
Randa Deaton and Teresa Couts were recognized in Insider Louisville this week in honor of the Commitment to Compassion Achievement Award they received in 2016 for their work in community healthcare... MORE

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KHC Co-Chairperson Reflects on Community's Progress on Healthcare

As I step down as Co-Chairperson for the KHC, I am proud of the progress the organization has made in the past four years....MORE


Our Diabetes Data Points Us to Top Priorities
Our December Community Forum focused on diabetes care in our Kentuckiana region. At the Forum, we got to hear the best practices of providers who are providing benchmark-level care for their patients with diabetes... MORE


Get to Know KHC's Newest Employee
This month, Kentuckiana Health Collaborative welcomed its newest employee, Sassa Rivera. Sassa is the part-time administrative assistant...MORE




Here are some of the top news stories that the KHC has been following: 

  In this section, we will highlight our member's work. We will provide more information in the future.

IN THE COMMUNITY              

  • The Appalachian Kentucky Health Care Access Network (AKHCAN) presents a Community Health Care Worker Employment & Programming Informational Seminar. To register email your name and organization to (February 21; 8 am-3:30 pm)
  • National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions presents two summits free for KHC Members. Engage with national thought leaders about emerging trends and directions for mental health and wellbeing. (Mental Heath Summit April 25, 2017; Wellbeing Summit April 26, 2017)


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