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Registration is open for Better Health Learning Collaborative
Register today for a valuable day of collaboration, education and networking. Gain actionable insights for improving the health care community in Northeast Ohio. Featuring presenters from United Way 2-1-1 of San Diego, The Cleveland Clinic, The MetroHealth System, ideastream, Case Western Reserve University, Baldwin Wallace University, and more! To register or learn more, click here.

First episode from our trauma-informed care webinar series now available online
Trauma is an event, series of events, or set of circumstances that an individual experiences as physically or emotionally harmful or life-threatening and has lasting adverse effects. Our trauma-informed care webinar series begins with a review of how trauma affects the brain and how it manifests in beliefs, behaviors, and activities of traumatized individuals. Presenter Elizabeth Boyle, MBA from Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities provides a perspective that helps define the hallmarks of trauma-informed agency protocols, and universal precautions against re-traumatizing vulnerable populations. Access the webinar here.

Plans underway to launch successful "HUB" model in Cleveland
Better Health announces plans are underway to bring a successful "pay for performance" model called Pathways Community HUB to Cleveland to help combat infant mortality. The organization is working with the city-county infant mortality coalition, First Year Cleveland, as well as other local public health agencies, to design a HUB for the region. The model has so far delivered impressive results in the area of infant health: in Mansfield, where the HUB has been operating the longest, women who participated delivered low-birth-weight babies at less than half the rate of those at the same risk level who did not participate. Read the article on here.