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bi3 to spark and scale new ideas to transform community health; Announces more than $3.8 million in new grants addressing top community health issues
TriHealth Corporate Health in collaboration with Springfield Township Fire Department has received a grant to develop an innovative paramedicine model focused on behavioral health.
The Center for Addiction Treatment will develop a plan for a new primary care clinic and training program while Spry Labs will develop a model to commercialize intellectual property.
A three-year program initiated by Easterseals helps individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve better health outcomes.
Planning grants have been made to First Step Home in partnership with TriHealth’s Good Samaritan Hospital, and to TriHealth’s Bethesda Butler Hospital to further develop innovative programs to improve the health of at risk-populations.
Every Child Succeeds will evaluate a pilot program that pairs home health visitors with community health workers to improve the health and well-being of at-risk moms and their babies.
Bethesda Inc. announces that Jennifer Zimmerman has joined Bethesda Inc. as Director of Grants and Evaluation.
A new book reveals how Bethesda grew from a cottage in Mount Auburn to become a regional leader in funding innovative health care delivery and co-sponsor of TriHealth.
Bethesda Inc. President Jill Miller visits Cincinnati Edition to discuss a collaboration project to screen for toxic stress in children at primary care check-ups.
Five grants to fund projects that will help improve healthcare delivery, how health information is shared, and how community health priorities are addressed.
Bethesda Inc. announces that its board has elected new three trustees, according to Jill Miller, president.
Grants enable Center for Addiction Treatment and Cintrifuse to advance groundbreaking health care approaches.