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Partnering with community-based organizations to address social determinants of health

Partnering with community-based organizations to address social determinants of health

Last month, the Kentuckiana Health Collaborative sponsored a two-part webinar discussing ways that community-based organizations can partner to address social determinants of health (SDOH). Part one focused on recognizing the impact of SDOH, reviewing considerations to launching an initiative to address SDOH and exploring case studies of partnerships between healthcare and community-based organizations. Part two

Driving collaborative innovation between BigCos, startups

In May, Health Enterprises Network hosted “Entrepreneurs & Big Cos: Mapping the Path to Collaboration and Economic Growth,” an event exploring the benefits and intricacies of working partnerships between startup companies and big and medium-sized corporations. A panel of successful entrepreneurs and corporate innovators, moderated by Patrick Henshaw [CEO of LEAP – Louisville Entrepreneurship Acceleration Partnership], gathered to share

National Health Center Week set for beginning of August

National Health Center Week (August 4-10) is an annual celebration with the goal of raising awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s health centers over the past five decades. Health centers serve 28 million patients – a number that continues to grow along with the demand for affordable primary care. In addition to their

TEG Architects announces new firm ownership and other news

TEG Architects, an architecture, visualization and interior design firm headquartered in Jeffersonville, Ind., announced the new ownership and management structure of the firm, effective July 1, 2019. Thresa Estopinal, Kevin Russell, Ernie Dreher, John Sprouls, and Jared Burt will now serve as managing partners. The new – yet familiar – leadership team will ensure the

Attorneys from Reed Weitkamp Schell & Vice join McBrayer, expand Louisville offering

McBrayer announced an addition to the Louisville office, combining the talents of seven attorneys from the firm Reed Weitkamp Schell & Vice to bolster the strength and reach of their Louisville offices and expand their footprint in the commonwealth. Attorneys from both firms have complementary practice areas, with extensive experience in healthcare, employment, estate planning,

Foundation announces rural project to address childhood trauma

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky announced a grant of up to $200,000 through 2020 to begin a rural program in Russell County and nine surrounding counties to help children and youth dealing with violence, addiction and other trauma known as ACEs – Adverse Childhood Experiences. The Foundation awarded the grant to the Louisville-based Bounce Coalition,

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