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JULY 2017

In This Edition:

  • KHC 4th Annual Conference
  • KHC September Forum Registration​​
  • KHC Blog Posts and Industry News​
  • KHC Member Spotlight - Sarah Moyer, MD, MPH




Connecting Mental and Physical Health:
Successful Models of Integrated Care

March 14, 2018
The Olmsted, Louisville, KY

​​Watch Mike Veny's inspiring story of living with mental illness since youth and how he is transforming the stigma of mental health.


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The Rise and Evolution of Onsite and Near-site Clinics

Onsite clinics were at one time only for the largest of corporations, but companies with as few as 500 employees are now adopting a worksite health center model. Click here for full article.


KHC Expands Group Practice Reporting Beyond Kentuckiana

KHC was able to expand its reporting reach because of funding from a grant from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Click here for the full article.



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Sarah S. Moyer, MD, MPH​​

-Director, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness

-Assistant Professor, University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences

-Chief Health Strategist, City of Louisville

KHC Member: 
Two Years
KHC Participation: 
Executive Committee, Measurement Strategy Team

Through her work with the LMPHW and UofL SPHIS, Dr. Moyer oversees public health initiatives for the city of Louisville and promotes changes in city policies to improve and protect population health. She educates the next generation of public health professionals and works collaboratively on research projects to better inform public health programs and policies.
Share your personal interest in health and healthcare system improvement. 
"I’m a family physician, working on population health through the local health department. I truly believe that every system is perfectly designed for the results it gets. If we want health equity for all, we need to redesign the system we live in – KHC is doing that by focusing on outcomes and aligning strategic partners to initiate change."

​​Why do you and your organization belong to the KHC? What do you find most valuable as a member?
"The people. Love meeting every month with other passionate leaders that are dedicated to improving the health of Louisville. I believe in the triple aim, and KHC’s mission to coordinate action-oriented efforts to mobilize the community to improve health and well-being. Community health issues require community health solutions, and real systems change."

​​What do you do in your spare time? Provide a fun fact about yourself.
"Although much more difficult now as a mom of twin 3-year-olds and a 1-year-old, I love traveling. Love exploring new places, learning about new cultures. I've explored all 50 states and over 50 countries. I'm looking forward to when my kids are a little older and get the travel bug as well!

I also was a diver in college and high school. Love jumping from high places!"

What is your favorite quote?
"Every system is perfectly designed to get the results it gets." -Paul Batalden

"Paul taught my quality improvement class at Dartmouth."
To view this member spotlight online, click here.



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Sept 12, 2017
The Rise of Worksite Health Centers to Address the Unmet Needs of Employees
Register today

Dec 5, 2017
Health Benefit Literacy- December Forum
Registration coming soon!

March 18, 2018
KHC Annual Conference


The KHC brings together healthcare purchasers, providers, payers, and consumers to solve complex healthcare issues facing our community. 

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Executive Committee
KHC Members
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2017 Howard L. Bost Memorial Health Policy Forum: Kentucky's Substance Use Crisis: Solutions and Strategies
Monday, September 25, 2017, click here for more information.

Data! Fostering Health Innovation in Kentucky and Ohio
Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., for more information, click here.

Conference on Behavioral Health Parity: What Is It and How Can We Make It Work?
August 18, 2017


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