We solve big problems by engaging employers and healthcare stakeholders.
We believe healthcare is local and that a multi-sector collaboration approach provides the best opportunity for innovative, workable solutions to improve healthcare quality, cost and experience. Our collaborative is particularly useful in solving problems where multiple healthcare sectors can accomplish more together than alone.
Improve healthcare quality
A high value healthcare system has both high quality and reasonable pricing. It is the kind of care we want for our loved ones with equitable and exceptional outcomes that we can afford. The KHC is a community leader in healthcare measurement, quality and value work.
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News & Updates
KHC President and CEO Randa Deaton has been elected Vice Chair for the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions (National Alliance) Board of Governors. Deaton previously served on the Board of Governors, and this is her second term as Vice Chair. The National Alliance is the only nonprofit, purchaser-led organization […]
As the Kentuckiana Health Collaborative continues to add projects that drive health and healthcare delivery in the region, the coalition has hired a part-time staff member to support various projects. Hallie Decker, the KHC’s new Project Administrative Assistant, was added to develop marketing and communication materials, support event planning, and […]
(Editor’s Note: This guest post was written by Bonita Bobo, Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Manager for the KY Department for Public Health) Unfortunately, Kentuckians have high rates of heart disease, heart attack and stroke, as well as high blood pressure and high cholesterol, which increase the risk of stroke […]
After a spring of deliberations by committees, the Kentucky Core Healthcare Measures Set (KCHMS) 2021 update has been finalized, increasing the number of core measures from 38 to 43. The final vote resulted in the removal of one measure, addition of six measures, and a handful of changes in “standard” […]