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PRCHN October 2020 Seminar: The Better Health Pathways Community HUB
In 2020, Better Health Partnership launched the new Pathways Community HUB (PCH) for Cuyahoga County – becoming one of ten Pathways HUBs in the state of Ohio, supported by the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. The PCH is a centralized, evidence-based, care coordination model that improves health, reduces costs and promotes equity.

The Pathways HUB brings cross-cutting, high-touch interventions provided by Community Health Workers employed by a network of care coordination agencies to all populations – primarily minorities living in low-income neighborhoods. The HUB is a value-based, pay-for-performance model reimbursed by Medicaid Managed Care when client outcomes are achieved.

In this presentation, we will describe the Pathways HUB model and the value it brings to Cuyahoga county’s most vulnerable residents. We will explain how strategic partnerships with health systems and community organizations can optimize outcomes for targeted populations with challenging health and social needs.

Oct 14, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rita Horwitz
President & CEO, Better Health Partnership
Rita Horwitz is the President and CEO of Better Health Partnership, a regional health improvement collaborative located in Northeast Ohio that brings healthcare, social services, employers, payers and other stakeholders together to share best practices and accelerate data-informed improvements in equitable population and community health. A graduate of The Ohio State University’s School of Nursing, and Case Western Reserve University’s Health Care Executive Management program, Horwitz has held leadership positions in ambulatory healthcare, corporate-based health and wellness, business development, and regional health collaboration. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement, United Way’s Community Advisory Board, and various other leadership forums. In 2018, she received recognition in Crain’s Cleveland Business, as one of Northeast Ohio’s most note-able women in health care and is a graduate of Leadership Cleveland’s class of 2019.