3 Questions with the CFO of MJHS Health System

David Koschitzky, CFO at MJHS Health System, recently joined HealthLeaders to discuss staffing costs and organizational investments. Organizations are under tremendous pressure to maintain their financial well-being and the health of the people they care for, but factors including the pandemic, inflation, labor shortages, skyrocketing spending and the depletion of government relief funds have already … Read more

City of Bozeman Health begins drafting land use plan for Highland Glen

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Local health officials looking to increase state funding | news

The upcoming session of the Indiana General Assembly is expected to result in a massive increase in public health funding. The money is part of a plan announced by Governor Eric Holcomb as part of his 2023 Next Level Agenda. The plan was created by a state-wide commission that has met over the past year … Read more

Alley On Main Hosts Talent Show For Paintsville Behavioral Health TRP Participants News

Cutline: On December 8, participants of the upcoming Paintsville Behavioral Health Clinical Rehabilitation program gather at Alley on Main for a talent show aimed at fostering a sense of community and belonging and raising awareness among people living with serious mental illness, According to TRP Program Director Cindy Kress. The artwork was displayed and several … Read more

Lookback 2022: Healthcare is having its moment of convention

A major historically popular conference had low attendance as a mix of stakeholder favorite events offered convenience, innovation and even ideological flavor. If conference attendance is any indication of a return to normalcy, we have indeed entered a different phase of the pandemic in 2022. shifting convention loyalties At one time the healthcare conference scene … Read more

4 Stories on Gun Violence Being Addressed as a Public Health Issue

Health system leaders ranked gun violence as a top priority health issue this year. During the pandemic there was a greater focus on social determinants of health (SDOH), with hospitals and health systems focusing on non-medical factors affecting the health of patients. And that work went on. Focus increased and many hospital and health system … Read more

‘Living in despair and hopelessness’: lack of affordable housing could be putting people’s health at risk

KHN , When Louana Joseph’s son had a seizure due to an upper respiratory infection in July, she left the apartment her family had called home for nearly three years. She suspected that the gray and brown splotches spreading in the apartment were mold and caused her son’s illness. Mold can trigger and exacerbate lung … Read more