Healthcare Hotspotting Goes Global

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/spot+plan+should+local+strengths/9199130/story.html Meili is a Saskatoon family physician and director of Upstream, a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving health outcomes by addressing the social determinants of health. He was a candidate to lead the provincial NDP. Dr. Brian Goldman, host of CBC’s White Coat Black Art, came to Saskatoon a year ago to do a Read More….

NPR Marketplace Story on Cooper’s Urban Health Institute

NPR Marketplace is covering the rollout of the Affordable Care Act from the lens of Camden, NJ. The most recent story focuses on how Cooper’s Urban Health institute is providing quality healthcare to low-income residents. Listen to the story here: http://www.marketplace.org/topics/health-care/diagnosis-camden/how-post-aca-health-care-airline-business How post-ACA health care is like the airline business Dan Gorenstein / Marketplace As Read More….

Hot spot plan should use local strengths

Hot spot plan should use local strengths BY RYAN MEILI, THE STARPHOENIXNOVEMBER 22, 2013 Meili is a Saskatoon family physician and director of Upstream, a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving health outcomes by addressing the social determinants of health. He was a candidate to lead the provincial NDP. Dr. Brian Goldman, host of CBC’s Read More….

CCHP and Virtua Interviewed on “One on One with Steve Adubuto”

Jeff Brenner, MD of the Camden Coalition and Al Campanella, EVP, Strategic Business Growth & Analytics at Virtua Health, recently appeared on “One on One with Steve Adubuto” to discuss their collaboration in helping to provide better, more coordinated care for Camden residents. Check out the interview here: http://vimeo.com/81109527

Merck to expand maternal health-care effort

Our friends and funders, Merck for Mothers, is highlighted in the Philadelphia Inquirer:¬†http://articles.philly.com/2013-11-20/news/44288349_1_health-care-pregnancy-maternal-death-rate#dHm4J5zJTvegoxKZ.99 By Marie McCullough, Inquirer Staff Writer POSTED:¬†November 20, 2013 For women with limited resources and chronic illnesses such as diabetes, having a baby can be both joyous and perilous. Merck & Co., the pharmaceutical giant with facilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Read More….