The Kentuckiana Health Collaborative unveiled their new HealthShare website on December 9th with the first public display of quality scores for primary care and women’s health group practices in Kentuckiana. The HealthShare website was built on nearly a decade of collaboration by many dedicated healthcare experts and clinicians who represent over 50 local and state organizations. The Greater Louisville provider community should be commended for their dedication to healthcare transparency and their willingness to share this data with the public. Please visit the new website at www.gohealthshare.com.
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 […]
This week marks National Public Health Week (NPHW). Organized annually by the American Public Health Association, NPHW works to educate the public, policymakers, and practitioners on public health issues facing our country. Amid a pandemic, it is apparent now more than ever the importance of public health. This year’s campaign […]