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Randa Deaton, Kentuckiana Health Collaborative

FAST FACTS Responsible for building, leading, collaborating, and aligning multiple key healthcare stakeholders to drive innovative and systemic improvements to health status and healthcare delivery. Executive Committee and Board Member, National Alliance for Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and Caregiver Representative, Norton Healthcare Patient Advisory Board. Primary caregiver for her mother for the last ten years. Enjoys

Robert DiPaola, MD, UK HealthCare

FAST FACTS Bachelor of science degree and medical degree at the University of Utah; completed an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Duke University Medical Center; and completed a Fellowship in Hematology-Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. Along with mentoring future physicians and researchers, serves as a board member on the

London Saunders Roth, Humana

­­­FAST FACTS Leads Humana’s Louisville population health efforts, seeking to improve the city’s health 20 percent by 2020 by partnering with Humana employees and the community to make a difference and help improve lives. Served for over six years on the Executive Board of Directors for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana and Hats for

Collaborations, partnerships open pathways to student achievement

By Tony Bieda Healthcare education options in the greater Kentuckiana region continue to expand as traditional higher education providers and career education institutions collaborate to create new pathways for student achievement. Recently, Sullivan University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and Spalding University established a formal partnership that will allow Spalding students to complete Sullivan’s

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

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