Working together to improve the health care system.
The Better Health Partnership drives high-quality care, and that drives better health.
We are transforming health care systems to improve the health of individuals and our community.
We support value-based payment models to accelerate better care and lower costs.
BHP Data Director Speaks at National Health IT Summit, Held in CLE
April 25, 2016
In a panel discussion entitled It’s all About the Data, Thomas Love, PhD, nicely showcased how BHP has leveraged data from electronic health records to motivate improvement, identify best practices, reduce disparities in care, and reveal population health trends. Tom made a real-time addition to our portfolio when he read the April 17th New York Times article on how immigrants, the poor and minorities have benefitted from the Affordable Care Act, He used BHP data on diabetes patients to show gains in Northeast Ohio. Tom’s Power Point presentation from the April 19-20 Institute for Health Technology Conference is available here.
Better Health Partnership Welcomes New Board Member
March 22, 2016
Denise San Antonio Zeman was unanimously elected to Better Health Partnership’s Board of Directors at its March meeting. She joins BHP after a successful career in philanthropy, health care and nonprofit administration, human services, and higher education. Denise recently retired from Saint Luke’s Foundation, which she led for 15 years. A lifelong resident of Northeast Ohio, Denise has been an active and committed volunteer, currently serving as chair of Groundworks Dance Theater. She also is an active member of the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community, a group dedicated to supporting high-performance nonprofits.
Career Opportunity Available at Better Health
February 22, 2016
Better Health Partnership is seeking a Director of Data Operations. The Director will lead Data Center staff responsible for providing services across multiple platforms to achieve our strategic objectives as well as data-related requirements of our regional stakeholders. For more information or to learn how to apply please follow the link below.
Big Picture Thoughts on a Healthier Cleveland
February 22, 2016
Crain's Cleveland Business published an Op-Ed Feb. 22 that followed a visit earlier in the month to Cleveland by Dr. Tom Farley, a former health commissioner in New York City's Bloomberg administration, which won big gains in health with policies that changed the world around them. Special thanks to Drs. Dave Margolius (MetroHealth) and Heidi Gullett (CWRU).
Read the piece here.