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New podcast available featuring Warren Olson with UPS

In partnership with Medical News, Health Enterprises Network brings you HealthConomy a podcast where the top health care leaders in the region share their stories and we explore the history of the development of healthcare businesses in our region. Many people know UPS for their brown trucks and world-wide airline fleet shipping packages across the world. However,

New episode of HealthConomy podcast now available

Health Enterprises Network has released the fifth episode of HealthConomy, a podcast where the top healthcare leaders in the region share their stories and explore the history of the development of healthcare businesses in our region. Episode five features Phil Marshall, president and CEO at Hosparus Health. Marshall is involved in many aspects of the region’s

Healthcare Fellows take virtual tour of UPS Healthcare Logistics

The Healthcare Fellows is a formal executive education program focused on the many business sectors in Louisville’s vast healthcare ecosystem. Each year professionals are selected to participate in the 10-month program with sessions led by community leaders, academics, elected officials, organizational experts, researchers and entrepreneurs. Fellows met virtually in July due to the pandemic. The

UK CERH plans for Appalachian Research Day Virtual Research Series

The 6th Annual Appalachian Research Day (ARD): Come Sit on the Porch will be held as a virtual seminar series, beginning Sept. 16, 2020. ARD is an annual event hosted by the UK Center of Excellence in Rural Health to share results of health research conducted with communities in Appalachia.  “Disseminating health disparities research findings

Passport Health Plan announces agreement for Molina Healthcare to acquire certain assets

Passport Health Plan announced that Molina Healthcare, Evolent Health and Passport have entered into a definitive agreement for Molina to acquire certain assets of Passport Health Plan. The agreement helps to provide continuity of care and coverage for Passport members while also preserving hundreds of Kentucky jobs. Under the terms of the agreement, which is