KHC Board Members Develop Strategies for the Next Three Years

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It was motivating to see the engagement, energy, and enthusiasm by members of the KHC’s Board of Directors, staff, and support team last week as they worked together to build the KHC’s focus areas for 2023-2025. The group came together for a day of planning followed by a night of racing at Churchill Downs, thanks to sponsorship by KHC member Anthem. The in-person format allowed the group to connect with each other both professionally and personally.

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Pictured from left to right (back row): Andrew Renda, KHC Co-Chair, Humana; Kevin Kyde, Anthem; Suresh Mukherji, KHC Medical Director; Tony Huey, UPS; Derek Mydlarz, GE Appliances; and (front row): Kelli Limbach, Baptist Health; Stephanie Clouser, KHC; Stacy Forsyth, Ford Motor Company; Jenny Goins, KHC; Natalie Middaugh, KHC; Amanda Faulkner, KHC Co-Chair, LG&E-KU Energy; Jane Gilbert KHC Treasurer, Teachers’ Retirement System Kentucky.

The participating members discussed updating KHC’s mission to focus initiatives on three primary and often overlapping areas: high quality, affordable, and equitable healthcare. The group also drafted a vision statement and values to guide KHC’s operations and decisions. They also began building a strategic plan to drive improvement related to KHC’s number one strategic priority – healthcare transformation.

While not every Board member was able to participate, the work will continue between now and early December. The Board of Directors will finalize and vote on these updates at the December Board of Directors meeting: 1) Updated Mission Statement; 2) Vision Statement; 3) Organization Values; and 4) 2023-2025 Strategic Plan.

This is the first face-to-face strategic planning session for several years. Many of the Board members attending were new. For one Board member, Dr. Andrew Renda, KHC Board Co-Chair and VP of Population Health at Humana, this was his last strategic planning session. After six years on the board, Dr. Renda completes his two terms on December 31, 2022. As always, Dr. Renda made valuable contributions to every aspect of the discussions throughout the day. His innovation and thoughtful approach will be missed by Board members and staff.

We will share the KHC’s mission, vision, values, and strategic plan after the December board meeting.

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