Monthly Newsletter
October 2018
The Path to Affordable Healthcare
At this half day interactive event, learn about the drivers of healthcare affordability and work with key healthcare stakeholders and like-minded local change agents to help develop a community action plan to address healthcare affordability in our community. This event is part of KHC’s partnership with the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) to bring healthcare affordability to the forefront of healthcare transformation efforts through a campaign called Affordable Care Together.
December 4, 2018 | 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
KHC Blog Posts
National Affordability Summit Sets the Stage for Local Healthcare Affordability Event
“I’ll do my part by collaborating with others to improve health, reduce price, and eliminate waste” was the pledge that purchasers, payers, providers, patients, and policymakers across the country committed to... more
SBIRT: Why Should I Care?
I hate thinking about what I’m not doing ‘right’ when it comes to my health. I eat pizza. I’m not overweight, so it must not be a problem. I add salt to my food (without tasting it). I don’t have high blood pressure, so it must not a problem... more
Louisville Clinical Town Hall Focuses on What Region can do to Optimize Wellness
It can be easy for those of us to work in healthcare – regardless of what setting we work in – to get caught up in the day-to-day demands of our jobs and fail to take a step back and re-energize and refocus ... more
QPR Reflections: Suicide Prevention Training Hits Home
A couple of weeks ago, the Kentuckiana Health Collaborative held its September Community Health Forum. The topic was youth mental health, and the date coincided with National Suicide Prevention Week ... more
Breast Cancer Risk Increases After Menopause, but There are Steps that can be Taken to Reduce Risk
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual international health campaign to increase awareness of the second leading cause of cancer death in women. A woman living in the United States has a 12% lifetime risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society ... more
NAMI Louisville Works to Address Challenges of a Nation on the Brink of a Mental Health Crisis
I have had a rich non-profit management history in education, the arts and community development, but working with NAMI Louisville, I am being given the opportunity to make a difference in an area that greatly needs support ... more
KHC Events
Dec 4 | 8 AM EST

Community Health Forum:
The Path to
Affordable Healthcare
March 5 | 8 AM EST

5th Annual Conference:
High Value Mental Healthcare

March 4 | 5:00 PM
KHC Member Spotlight
Lori Caloia, MD
Medical Director,
Louisville Metro Department of Public Health
and Wellness
Dr. Caloia is responsible for overseeing clinical operations at the health department and also building community partnerships to better provide care to our community members.

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