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Driving collaborative innovation between BigCos, startups

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

Humana Foundation working to measurably boost health equity in Louisville

  As Humana pursues its Bold Goal to improve the health of the communities we serve 20 percent by 2020, the Humana Foundation is also working to help make that happen in several communities throughout the Southeast, including Louisville. As Louisville is the home of Humana’s headquarters, we’re also in the midst of making a

Lethal combination: Unhealthy diet paired with food insecurity a recipe for disaster

By Kate Marx Food insecurity is defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods or limited or uncertain ability to acquire acceptable foods in socially acceptable ways.” Feeding America and Louisville’s Dare to Care Food Bank state it more simply – food insecurity is

Humana signs agreement with University of Louisville Physicians

Agreement provides Humana’s Medicare Advantage plan members in-network access to more than 600 additional local doctors Humana Medicare Advantage members will have access to a larger network of health care providers in the city they and the health and well-being company call home – Louisville. University of Louisville (UofL) Physicians, the largest multispecialty practice group

Passport, Humana and Anthem to offer service to Medicaid members across Kentucky

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has signed contracts with three managed care organizations (MCOs) to provide healthcare services to Kentuckians who will be newly eligible for coverage under the expansion of Medicaid, a provision of the Affordable Care Act. Beginning on Oct. 1, 2013, individuals in 104 Kentucky counties who are determined to be newly eligible

Pharmacy outcomes and policy fellow named

The University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy has named Katy Monson, a dual-degree UK student, the first recipient of a new doctoral research fellowship in pharmaceutical outcomes and policy. Monson, from Chicago, is the first to be awarded the UK College of Pharmacy Institute for Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy, Humana, and Pfizer Doctoral Research Fellowship