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Better Health's Chief Data Scientist recipient of teaching award
April 27, 2018
Thomas E. Love, PhD, Professor of Medicine, and Population & Quantitative Health Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, and also our chief data scientist, is a 2018 recipient of The John S. Diekhoff Award for teaching. This prestigious award is presented to full-time faculty making exemplary contributions to the education and development of graduate students at CWRU. Congratulations Dr. Love!

JUST RELEASED - Presentations and event photos now available from our Spring 2018 Learning Collaborative
April 19, 2018
Presentations and photos from our latest April 13 Learning Collaborative are now available. View and download presentations on topics such as The State of Medicaid, Centering Pregnancy, High Blood Pressure in Children, Shared Decision Making, Lead and Asthma, Better Health Updates and more.
Click here to access photos and presentations.

Our 2nd Children's Health Community Report is now available
April 13, 2018
Better Health Partnership's second public report on children's health includes care and outcome measures on obesity, blood pressure and asthma for 255,785 children who received care from 6 member health systems between October 2016 and September 2017.
Click here to review the children's health report.

Interactive online tools part of our latest Children's Health Report
April 13, 2018
Get a visualization of health outcomes of more than 250,000 children included in our report. Chart children's health within an age range by selecting an array of social determinants such as race, income, insurance type, county and more or view mapping data on conditions such as weight, blood pressure and asthma down to the census tract for a number of Ohio counties.