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HEN member companies pivot strategies during COVID-19

HEN member companies pivot strategies during COVID-19

The Health Enterprises Network (HEN) is the region’s premier healthcare business network. Formed by area leaders in 2000, HEN’s mission is to champion and foster the growth of the Greater Louisville Region’s healthcare economy. Comprised of 1200 professionals from 160 investor companies, HEN represents a diverse and growing industry, from hospitals and health services companies

New Vista delivers telehealth services on large scale

As the number of cases of COVID-19 increase in Kentucky, so does the associated anxiety. The mental health effects of COVID-19 are as important to address as are the physical health effects. Just as individuals with pre-existing physical illness are more likely to get physically ill from the coronavirus, people whose mental health is compromised

Hosparus Health launches TapCloud telehealth services

By Bethany Cox Snider, MD In response to the emerging crisis with novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Hosparus Healthhas partnered with TapCloudto launch comprehensive telehealth services as a supplement to its direct, onsite care. TapCloud is an easy-to-use, web-based platform that allows patients and their Hosparus Health care teams to communicate in real time. Its comprehensive functionality

Kentucky launches initiative to test its healthcare workers for immunity

The commonwealth of Kentucky, in collaboration with the University of Louisville Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute and the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council, is launching a groundbreaking initiative with three large Kentucky hospital systems; Baptist Health, Norton Healthcare and University of Louisville Health. The purpose is to help its healthcare workers understand whether they were unknowingly

Health insurance providers act fast as part of the COVID-19 solution

Health insurers have a vital role to play amid the COVID-19 crisis, as many Kentuckians are not only fearing the coronavirus, but the medical bills that may accompany it. To look at Kentucky’s response to the crisis, Medical News spoke with a few insurance providers across the commonwealth. Medical News: How is your organization adjusting

Centerstone Kentucky Stabilization Units create better outcomes for people in crisis

By Shannon White In 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed The Community Mental Health Act that shifted funding and services from institutionalized settings to community-based behavioral health services. It helped people with mental illness who were “warehoused” in hospitals and institutions move back into their communities to seek treatment. However, one of the unfortunate trends