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UnitedHealthcare uses predictive analytics to address SDOH

UnitedHealthcare has introduced the use of predictive analytics to help improve well-being, lower costs and drive engagement in clinical-intervention programs by addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) for people in some employer-sponsored benefit plans. Building on similar initiatives for UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, the new capability adds the use of predictive analytics to help

Spalding’s Occupational Therapy Doctorate program earns accreditation from national agency

Spalding University’s entry-level Occupational Therapy Doctorate program has become the first OTD program in Kentucky to earn full accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE). Spalding’s Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy (ASOT) was notified late last month by ACOTE that the entry-level OTD program has been approved for the next seven years

Appriss Health announces new company name—Bamboo Health

Appriss Health announced its new company name—Bamboo Health—following the acquisition of PatientPing earlier this year. Bamboo Health is focused on creating the most comprehensive and diverse care collaboration network in the country, by connecting every provider and payer to revolutionize all healthcare encounters. Bamboo is a symbol of strength, flexibility, and health. The new company name reflects

Ten physicians complete Kentucky Physicians Leadership Institute

Ten physicians from across the state completed the 2021 class of the Kentucky Physicians Leadership Institute (KPLI) in August. This is the Kentucky Medical Association’s fourth class of KPLI participants, an initiative with the Kentucky Foundation for Medical Care designed to enhance the leadership skills of physicians who can fill emerging leadership roles and influence

Glennis Solutions unveils new offerings

Glennis Solutions, LLC, a leading senior housing software business created by senior living professionals, has announced three innovative product offerings. The new products help senior living providers optimize their care staffing, improve medication management accuracy and safety, and automate and optimize annual residential rate changes: Resource Management Tool – This new enhancement to the Glennis Care

Kosair Charities announces $2 million grant to support Spalding’s new PT school

Kosair Charities has awarded a grant of $2 million to Spalding University in support of its new School of Physical Therapy and the ongoing project to transform a campus building into a state-of-the-art health professions academic center that will house the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. That building will now bear Kosair Charities’ name. The 21,500-square-foot building located