our mission

We bring health care, social services, and other sectors together to share best practices and accelerate data-informed improvements in equitable population and community health.

what we do

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Health System Delivery Improvement

Better Health Partnership includes 18-member health systems - all committed to achieving exceptional health value and eradicating health disparities for children and...
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Community Health Impact Initiatives

Better Health Partnership works with cross-sector stakeholders to accelerate improvements in equitable population and community health such as reducing infant mortality,...
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Social Determinants of Health...

Better Health Partnership’s Pathways HUB helps connect at-risk individuals living in Cuyahoga County to healthy food, affordable housing, quality education, and stable...
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news, events & updates

NEO FQHCs Celebrate National Health Center Week

On Thursday, August 11, 2022, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), commonly referred to as community health centers, across Northeast Ohio convened at the Ariel International Center to commemorate National Health Center Week (August 7-13). The weeklong observance helps to spotlight the important contributions of health centers in expanding access to health care to marginalized communities and for improving the health and future wellbeing of individuals living in Northeast Ohio.

Ohio Health Improvement Zones Pilot Project Funded

The Ohio Department of Health has awarded grants to 26 community-based organizations, including United Way of Greater Cleveland, to support projects that aim to improve the health and lives of residents living in Ohio Health Improvement Zones. Better Health Partnership is excited to partner with United Way of Greater Cleveland and Burton, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. to support this project.

Nourishing Beginnings Program Aims to Improve Health, Equity of Birth Outcomes

Better Health Partnership, Case Western Reserve University, First Year Cleveland and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank are partnering to provide a single point of service delivery to food insecure pregnant individuals through Community Health Workers.

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Join The Region’s Most Trusted Health Improvement Collaborative

We bring health care, social services, and community members together to share best practices and accelerate data-informed improvements in equitable population and community health.

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