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Humana Foundation working to measurably boost health equity in Louisville

Humana Foundation working to measurably boost health equity in Louisville

  As Humana pursues its Bold Goal to improve the health of the communities we serve 20 percent by 2020, the Humana Foundation is also working to help make that happen in several communities throughout the Southeast, including Louisville. As Louisville is the home of Humana’s headquarters, we’re also in the midst of making a

Louisville Innovation Summit re-imagines aging

The aging care industry is faced with a wealth of opportunities and challenges as our population grows older. According to the US Census Bureau, the percentage of Americans over age 60 will more than double from 1970 to 2050, and the UN Population Division anticipates that 20 percent of the people in the world will

The Kentucky Cancer Program at the University of Louisville has launched a new version of its cancer resource guide and moved it online.

Pathfinder, the KCP’s popular guide to cancer-related services and resources for 25 years, is now online and will be featured during a live KET call-in show on cancer at 8 p.m., Wednesday, April 1. The show will air at the culmination of the three-part series beginning March 30, “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies.” About

Louisville hosting national conference for start-ups

Hundreds of entrepreneurs, researchers and start-up company CEOs from across the country will be in Louisville May 30-June 1 for the annual National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer conference (SBIR/STTR). The conference is hosted by the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation and sponsors are the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development,

In Every Language opens New York office

In Every Language, a Louisville-based language services provider offering translating, interpreting, and localization in over 170 languages opened a New York City office Monday, May 7th. Translation project management and quality control will be supervised out of Brooklyn; interpreting project management will continue to be run out of In Every Language’s Louisville headquarters. “While Louisville