(Note: This guest blog post was written by Barbra Cave, PhD, APRN, Assistant Professor, University of Louisville) Before SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19, was at the forefront of our minds, three other viruses had had the attention of Kentucky’s public health officials and healthcare providers. As important as it is […]
Russelyn Cruse is the Market Director of Clinical Operations for CHI Saint Joseph Health Partners and has been a member of the KHC for one year.
(Note: This guest blog post was written by Samantha Cotton, PhD, MSSW, GWEP Program Manager, ADRD Director, University of Louisville Trager Institute) June is National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and to honor this, our team at the University of Louisville Trager Institute would like to share some tips on […]
As KHC staff put together our COVID-19 data dashboard looking at the regional Kentuckiana view of the spread of the virus, one of the factors we wanted to include how rates might differ between races. The problem was: we couldn’t get that information. We know that generally speaking, there are […]
Delanor Manson is the CEO of three nonprofits, including the Kentucky Nurses Association, and has been a member of the KHC for two years.
The tragic and senseless killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and numerous others have punctuated the prominence of structural racism in the United States. Racism and prejudice are embedded into the culture, institutions, and policies of our society and have resulted in the repression, marginalization, and death of […]
Over the past few months, the KHC team has been developing numerous COVID-19 resources for our community members, healthcare stakeholders, employers, and more. Along with the COVID-19 Testing Employer Resource Guide, the KHC recently developed a dashboard that displays COVID-19 data specific to the Kentuckiana region. While data is readily […]
The Kentuckiana Health Collaborative has assumed a role during the COVID-19 pandemic as a key resource hub for pulling together the variety of perspectives that now, more than ever, must convene and collaborate to make a measurable impact on our healthcare system and community. As part of this role, the […]
Late last year, the KHC received word that we were going to have a major infrastructure change, and one of the decisions that had to be made was about office space. Would we find a new office to house us, or go 100% remote? Under no uncertain terms, I was […]