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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.
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We all want to receive healthcare where the outcomes are exceptional, the medical errors are minimal, and we feel respected. Ensuring people receive high quality care that is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, and equitable can be achieved by leveraging employers’ purchasing power and fostering multi-stakeholder collaboration
December 5, 2023, 9:00 am – 11:00 am
News & Updates
Primary care providers are an essential part of the healthcare ecosystem, often serving as an entry point for people seeking healthcare, managing the day-to-day health needs of the people that they care for, and coordinating and referring to specialty care as needed. Access to affordable, high quality, and equitable primary […]
The KHC has convened healthcare stakeholders to discuss pressing trends, challenges, and opportunities related to healthcare quality, affordability, and equity at our Annual Conferences since 2015. As our tenth consecutive convening, the 2024 Annual Conference will mark an important milestone for the KHC. While planning for this milestone event, the […]
The Kentucky Core Healthcare Measures Set (KCHMS) was established in 2018 as a mechanism to collect and monitor healthcare quality measures in Kentucky and Kentuckiana. The current KCHMS is a set of 42 primary care measures that were developed with the intent to align measurement efforts in the Commonwealth towards […]
(Note: This guest blog post was written by Misha Rhodes, MD, Chief Medical Officer, KY and IN, CenterWell Senior Primary Care) I remember the idealistic view I had of the medical profession when I was in med school. Like most of my classmates, I saw the practice of medicine as […]