KHC Member Spotlight: Logan Gatti

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Logan Gatti

Logan Gatti, MBA
Health Enterprises Network at GLI

Job Title: Director
Member of the KHC for: One year

HEN is an initiative of Greater Louisville Inc. With the support of HEN’s Guiding Team and GLI, Gatti’s role is to promote and develop the healthcare ecosystem within the Greater Louisville region.

What are you most excited about working on in the future around health and healthcare improvement?
I’m very interested in the industry’s strong focus on health equity and social determinants of health. The Health Enterprises Network is developing several great partnerships to improve health outcomes throughout the region and removing barriers to healthcare. It’s exciting that Louisville has the opportunity to take the lead to address health equity.

Improving care is one of the three main priorities of the Triple Aim. What are the best strategies for improving healthcare quality including patient safety and experience in our community?
Access to care is paramount. Our first priority should be ensuring patients can access primary care. This inevitably leads to lower long-term costs through mitigation or outright prevention of chronic illness and improved general well-being.

Why do you and your organization belong to the KHC? What do you find most valuable as a member?
KHC and HEN share similar missions, and that is to tell the story of healthcare in our region. Kentucky has a rich history of medical innovation, but we often find ourselves overshadowed on the national stage. We need champions of healthcare, and we’re proud to be a champion with KHC.

Why do you think a multi-stakeholder coalition like the KHC is needed in the community?

We have a stronger voice when we work together. I’ve found that almost all organizations, whether they are competitors are not, can find solutions to common problems as a team better than as individuals. This only benefits the health and wellness of our communities!

What do you do in your spare time? Provide a fun fact about yourself.
I write and record my own music. Sometimes I’ll get into the zone and record for 5 or 6 hours on a weekend.

What is your guilty pleasure (TV show, sweet treat, etc.)?
Much like Homer Simpson, I have an unhealthy obsession with donuts. North Lime is my favorite donut shop.

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