Over the next three years, a Partner’s Pay-for-Reporting earnings from each of the three categories of work and will be based on a combination of selecting measures, then reporting on and meeting those measures. Additionally, Partners will be earning funds based on completing specific activities required by BHT and the HCA.Read More
Empire Health Foundation’s (EHF) Board of Directors has announced the resignation of its President, Antony Chiang. Antony has accepted the role of Chief Executive Officer for Dogwood Health Trust of Asheville, North Carolina, a health conversion foundation. Antony will remain with EHF through mid-September when Jeffrey Bell, current Chair of the EHF Board, will be appointed Interim President while the EHF Board has conducts a search for Antony’s successor. Read the announcement here and view the press release here.
The BHT Executive and Governance committees will be working with EHF leadership over the next couple of months to ensure there is a smooth transition.
Alison and the rest of the BHT team wish Antony the best of luck in his exciting new adventure!
Paying for value survey is live until August 30th. As part of our Semi-Annual Reporting to the State to earn our ACH dollars, HCA needs all of our Partnering Providers (those currently in or about to enter into contract with BHT) to complete the survey.Read More
Our Network Analysis Survey is now live! Please take the time to visit the survey link and help us gather information about our healthcare network. Every survey response enters you to win $1000 for your organization.Read More
Better Health Together was incredibly excited to sponsor P.E. Moskowitz, author of How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood. Gentrification has been a hot topic nationwide, and locally as Spokane is struggling with low housing vacancy, a growing and diversifying population, and changing neighborhoods.Read More
BHT recently was named the recipient of a $50,000 grant for implementing a Trauma Informed Approach into our Learning Cohort Training series. Currently, the main focus of our work is implementing whole-person care for the Medicaid population and is applicable to all demographics – cultural, ethnic, racial, age, income, disability, and more.Read More