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Latest News
Better Health Partnership Names Rita Horwitz President & CEO
Randall D. Cebul, MD, named Chief Medical Officer
July 17, 2017
After conducting a national search, Better Health Partnership has named Rita Horwitz, RN, as its new President & CEO. She succeeds Randall Cebul, MD, who founded the organization 10 years ago and will serve as Chief Medical Officer. Horwitz joined Better Health Partnership in 2011 and most recently served as its Chief Operating Officer. Her experience includes new venture start-ups, ambulatory care operations, corporate-based health and wellness, business development, quality improvement, and organizational change management in both private and public sectors.

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An Appreciation of Randall D. Cebul, MD, Founder of Better Health Partnership
July 17, 2017
It was a handful of primary care leaders who came together in 2007 to collaborate to improve primary care to deliver better health at lower costs. At the lead was Randall D. Cebul, MD, and the energy and excitement he reliably brings to new opportunities to promote equitable health. In the 10 years that followed, arguably one of the most dynamic periods of change in health care delivery and finance, Better Health Partnership has documented meaningful impact of collective efforts on health care delivery, cost and policy for patients across the socioeconomic spectrum.

Read more, including a tribute from CWRU School of Medicine Dean Pamela Davis, MD, and photos from Better Health’s June 16th Report to the Community, which featured the appreciation.



Better Health Releases 19th Report to the Community
June 16, 2017
Thanks to the efforts of our partners we have erased disparities in diabetes care and increased rates of blood pressure control among our most vulnerable patients. For the first time we include colorectal cancer screenings and we are beginning to address the problems of childhood obesity and asthma. As we celebrate our decade of making a difference, our latest report provides a benchmark on regional progress and highlights new opportunities for improvement.

To read the report click here.
 
EVENTS
SEPT 15
Better Health's
2017 Fall Learning Collaborative
The role of primary care, business and the community in emerging health crises