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BrightSpring Health Services Announces 2022 Brighter Futures Scholarship Recipient

BrightSpring Health Services (BrightSpring), one of the nation’s leading home and community-based health services providers for complex populations, announced Sara Montoya-Obando as the recipient of its next and most recent BrightSpring Brighter Futures Scholarship. Ms. Montoya-Obando will study communications at the University of Louisville this fall. “We are really excited and proud to be able

Leading Cancer Advocacy Organizations Applaud Congressman Guthrie for His Support of the Medicare Multi-Cancer Early Detection Screening

Rep. Brett Guthrie (KY-02) recently pledged his support for the Medicare Multi-Cancer Early Detection Screening Coverage Act (H.R. 1946) and signed on as a co-sponsor of this important legislation. This bill would ensure seniors have Medicare coverage for innovative cancer screenings once they are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Kentucky’s leading cancer advocacy

VOA, Community Partners Launch Healthy Mouth, Healthy You Campaign with Senate Proclamation in Frankfort

As part of Children’s Dental Health Month, Volunteers of America has partnered with the Kentucky Beverage Association, Avesis and community partners across Kentucky on a campaign to improve oral health and overall wellness for all Kentuckians. The Healthy Mouth, Healthy You campaign brings awareness to the importance of oral health and connects families with dental care providers

Meet Sarah Moyer, MD, MPH Director, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness

Fast Facts Hometown: Northbrook, IL Family: Husband, Jed Moyer, pediatric orthopedic physician with Norton Healthcare; children: twins James, and Landon (7), Teddy (5) and Rosie (2). Outside of work, you will find me: Spending time with my family at one of Louisville’s fantastic parks, walking around our neighborhood or cuddled up on the couch together

Reason for Optimism in the War on Cancer

By Vikki Blevins When you are an advocate for cancer screening and prevention in a state with the nation’s highest cancer mortality rate, you must be an optimist in order to keep pushing forward. The fact is, when it comes to Kentucky and cancer, there is reason to believe a healthier future lies ahead. Some