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Laughter and love

Sarah Wice-Courtney incorporates both as she balances work and family responsibilities. work and family responsibilities. By Chelsea Nichols If there’s only going to be one leader from northern Kentucky to make the list, Sarah Wice-Courtney would make a lovely choice. The corporate communication manager of St. Elizabeth Healthcare handles communication strategies, publication management, overseeing social media and more for the hospital network. Outside

St. Elizabeth Healthcare, TriHealth launch collaborative venture to better serve patients, businesses in Tristate

Healthcare Solutions Network is first of its kind in this region St. Elizabeth Healthcare and TriHealth today announced they have signed a letter of intent to establish Healthcare Solutions Network, a collaborative venture that enables the two organizations to more quickly achieve the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s “Triple Aim” goals of better health, better patient experience

Barnes to serve as Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky board member

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky announces Mary Ann Barnes, M.D., of northern Kentucky, has been selected to serve on its 15-member Board of Directors. The Board is responsible for preserving the Foundation’s endowment and upholding its charitable mission of working to address the unmet health care needs of Kentuckians. Dr. Barnes is the Assistant

Health department honors public health practices

Prevention and planning are cornerstones of public health practice, though these functions are often overlooked because, when successful, something bad does not happen. The efforts of two individuals to prevent a whooping cough outbreak and better plan for disasters are noteworthy accomplishments to improve health in Northern Kentucky, and are being recognized with the 2013

St. Elizabeth Edgewood among Healthgrades America’s 50 Best Hospitals for seventh straight year

St. Elizabeth Edgewood announced today that its superior clinical quality has placed it among an elite group of U.S. hospitals: Healthgrades America’s 50 Best Hospitals. This is St. Elizabeth Edgewood’s seventh straight year to receive this award. To be recognized with this distinction, hospitals must have had risk-adjusted mortality and complication rates that were in