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.
June 8, 2021, 8:00 am – 10:30 am
June 22, 2021, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
June 30, 2021, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
News & Updates
We’re doing things a little differently for our June KHC Community Health Forum. Traditionally, our Community Health Forums, designed to educate healthcare stakeholders on emerging trends in healthcare transformation across the nation, don’t feature condition-specific programming. Topics such as racism, affordable healthcare, or driving health improvements through measurement alignment are […]
National Stroke Awareness Month began in May 1989 and was created to promote public awareness and reduce the incidence of stroke in the United States. While many things have changed for the better in the last 32 years around stroke care, no one at the time of its creation could […]
In the United States, significant racial disparities exist for health outcomes and life expectancy. Many of these disparities can be linked to the political and social structures and values that exist in our country that have long-rooted histories of racism. These structures and values result in disparities around health-promoting resources such as food, income, housing, environmental quality, and more. Our […]
Modifications are being made to the Kentucky Core Healthcare Measures Set (KCHMS), and healthcare stakeholders throughout the Commonwealth are invited and encouraged to review and comment on those submissions during a public comment period that will run through June 10. The core measures set was first developed and released in 2018 through […]