Author Archives: Sally McMahon

Trilogy turns focus from recruiting new talent to investing in current talent

Trilogy turns focus from recruiting new talent to investing in current talent

By Todd Schmiedeler Today, America is boasting its lowest unemployment rate in 50 years. According to the non-farm payrolls report, the number currently sits at 3.5 percent. Employers all over the U.S. are struggling to navigate this tight labor pool, and healthcare, like most other industries, is feeling the pain. At Trilogy Health Services (Trilogy),

Medical Student Outreach and Leadership program prepares future physicians

By Emily Schott Medical school is an intense journey where tomorrow’s doctors are educated and prepared to treat patients. With so much training to cover in four short years, there is typically little time for the curriculum to explore the more nonclinical side of medicine. That’s where the Kentucky Medical Association’s (KMA) Medical Student Outreach

Bellarmine University addresses healthcare workforce shortages

  By: David Wolf and Kevin Hansen Today’s healthcare leaders are faced with many challenges and dealing with the shortage of healthcare workers is extremely important. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics expects healthcare jobs to be among the fastest growing occupations between 2016 and 2026. However, healthcare has been experiencing a lack of qualified

Collaborative effort at UofL to improve delivery of rural healthcare

By Kelli Bullard Dunn, MD Kentucky is a largely rural and impoverished state that consistently ranks in the lowest percentile nationally for access to quality healthcare. According to the 2016 Annual Report of America’s Health Rankings, published by United Health Foundation, Kentucky ranks 45th in health nationally. Access to quality medical care depends on many

HealthConomy: A look inside AARP Innovation Labs with Nigel Smith

The Health Enterprises Network recently hosted Converge Louisville, a conference focused on innovative solutions to the social and clinical determinants of health impacting seniors.  During the conference, Medical News spoke with Nigel Smith, Director Hatchery Ventures, AARP Innovation Labs about orchestrating the value exchange in age tech. Listen to the podcast here and read the