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HCAN part of a $4.5 million grant to address health-related social needs

HCAN part of a $4.5 million grant to address health-related social needs

HCAN is proud to be part of a $4.5 million grant to address health-related social needs in Greater Cincinnati. The grant was awarded to The Health Collaborative, in partnership with United Way of Greater Cincinnati, by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s Accountable Health Communities model. The Collaborative is one of 32 organizations receiving…

HCAN a participant in 100 Million Healthier Lives

HCAN a participant in 100 Million Healthier Lives

HCAN is proud to be a participant in 100 Million Healthier Lives! Through our participation in Communities Joined in Action, HCAN is part of this unprecedented collaboration of change agents who are fundamentally transforming the way we think and act to improve health, wellbeing and equity. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently awarded $6.3 million…

Judith Warren took part in Community Engagement Speaker Series, moderated by Dr. Camara Jones

Judith Warren took part in Community Engagement Speaker Series, moderated by Dr. Camara Jones

Judith Warren, HCAN CEO, was part of a recent panel discussion moderated by Dr. Camara Jones (above, left), is a family physician and epidemiologist with the Morehouse School of Medicine. Her work focuses on the impacts of racism on the health and well-being of the nation. The event was hosted by CCTST (Center for Clinical…

CEO Judith Warren earns lifetime achievement award

Congratulations to HCAN CEO Judith Warren who received the Mary Lou Anderson Lifetime Achievement Award in Healthcare Transformation from Communities Joined in Action. Read more about her award in the Cincinnati Enquirer: http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/local/community-news/2017/03/06/warren-receives-lifetime-achievement-award/98810140/

Join HCAN at Minority Health Month events: April 22 and April 29

Help Health Care Access Now celebrate National Minority Health Month at two events. The first is a Minority Health Fair at Woodward High School, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, April 22, sponsored by Su Casa Hispanic Center. The second is Healthy Kids Day, Saturday, April 29, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Parky’s Farm, sponsored by the YMCA…