Monthly Newsletter
January 2019
KHC Annual Conference
March 4, 2019 | 5:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Pre-Conference Reception

March 5, 2019 | 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Conference
Early bird pricing ends this Friday, February 1!
Today's healthcare system doesn't adequately serve our community's behavioral health needs. Mental health and substance use disorders are not treated by plans and providers the same way as physical health conditions. Research has demonstrated consistently lower payments to behavioral health providers and higher out-of-network use for patients with mental health and substance use disorders, despite parity being law.

With increasing suicide rates, opioid overdose deaths, and mental health issues, it is imperative for employers, payers, and providers to ensure the individuals have access to high quality mental health services and treatment. At this full-day event, learn what it will take to create a high value behavioral healthcare system in our community.
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KHC Blog Posts
KHC Releases
2018 Annual Report
I love the reflection that comes with a fresh year – taking stock of where we’ve been and where we want to go. The KHC, like most organizations, also has yearly goals and priorities, but we often don’t truly celebrate and reflect on our accomplishments like we should... more
KHC Elects New Officers and Adds Four New Appointments to its Executive Committee
The KHC is pleased to announce four newly elected officers for 2019 and 2020. The new officers have been members of the KHC for several years and have a strong vision for how the group can work together to drive improvements to community health and healthcare... more
Dr. Ken Wilson, KHC Co-Chair, Retires After Fourteen Years of Esteemed Service and Leadership
In 2019, Dr. Kenneth Wilson retired as the Co-Chairperson of the Kentuckiana Health Collaborative after four years of serving in this role. Dr. Wilson has been a member of the KHC since 2004, shortly after the organization’s inception in 2003 ... more
Changing the Narrative One Day at a Time
As individuals we are faced with many opportunities to define ourselves and those we support on a daily basis. While adults typically make more than 30,000 choices daily- what to eat, what to wear, when to get out of bed, and many other miniscule choices that will impact our lives – the main choices we may make concerns our health.  ... more
KHC Events
April 18 | 12 PM EST

Employer Round Table:
Opioids and the Workplace:
An Employer Toolkit for Supporting Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery

Location: GE Appliance Park Monogram Hall

KHC Member Spotlight
Amanda Newton
President and COO,
Recovery Concierge and Renew Recovery
Amanda has taken on a new role with Renew Recovery as their COO. She also continues to do consulting for her company, Recovery Concierge.

National Affiliations
Kentuckiana Health Collaborative

1930 Bishop Lane, Suite 1023
Louisville, KY 40218
Phone: 502-238-3603