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Babies Born Just Miles Apart in Greater Cleveland Face Up to 12-Year Difference in Life Expectancy
June 16, 2016
A Greater Cleveland area life expectancy map released June 16, 2016, shows that opportunities to lead a long and healthy life can vary dramatically by neighborhood. Researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Society and Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation found that life expectancy can differ by as much as 12 years across the 10 miles between Cleveland’s northeastern neighborhoods to more affluent eastern outer-ring suburbs. See more life expectancy data in the Greater Cleveland area here.
Registration Now Open for our
17th Report to the Community Event
May 23, 2016
Join us on June 29th at Wolstein Auditorium as we present our Summer 2016 Report to the Community. This event will feature keynote speaker Pamela B. Davis, MD, PhD, Dean of the School of Medicine, Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs and Arline and Curtis Garvin Research Professor at Case Western Reserve University as she presents her talk titled, Toward a Healthier Community: Addressing Non-Medical Determinants of Health. 2015 "Gold Star" practices for outstanding acheivment and improvement will also be recognized. Seating is limited so register today!
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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.