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Carolina Panthers Christian McCaffrey launches campaign, “22 and You,” to support frontline medical workers in the Carolinas

Christian McCaffrey, two-time All-Pro NFL star running back, announced today he’s launching a campaign, “22 and You,” to support frontline medical workers including physicians, nurses and other hospital staff battling the COVID-19 pandemic in hospitals throughout the Carolinas. McCaffrey has committed to supporting

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The Duke Endowment Awards $2.5 Million in COVID-19 Relief for the Carolinas

The Duke Endowment approved $2.5 million to support Carolinians impacted by the coronavirus crisis. In North Carolina, $1.25 million of the funding will be dispersed through the North Carolina Healthcare Foundation, the charitable nonprofit affiliate of the North Carolina Healthcare Association. These initial

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Triangle area residents can purchase meals to feed healthcare workers on frontlines of COVID-19

“Feeding the Soul” effort also supports local restaurants during time of great need CARY, NC – An emergency response fund has been created by the North Carolina Healthcare Foundation (NCHF) to help workers at Triangle region hospitals receive deliveries of nutritious meals as

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Healthcare Leadership Diversity Mentoring Program Launched

Healthcare executives increasingly want to identify and develop diverse future leaders who can contribute different perspectives to issues and help accelerate industry innovation and transformation. To further that goal, the North Carolina Healthcare Foundation has announced the first group of participants in a

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NCHA Mentorship Program: Mentor Application Deadline Extended to May 31

NCHA is committed to helping cultivate underrepresented women and men into healthcare leadership roles. We are launching a year-long mentorship program in 2019 to connect leaders who are willing to share their knowledge and experience to high-achieving women and men from underrepresented communities. See the flyer for

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New Foundation Behavioral Health Tools

Opioid Patient Education Video The NCHA Opioid Patient Education Video was created by the University of California Davis Center for Design in the Public Interest. It was funded by the NC Department of Public Health’s Injury and Violence Prevention Branch and is available for public

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Transforming Care in the Carolinas

The American Hospital Association recently highlighted a Duke Endowment-funded program by NCHA and the South Carolina Hospital Association to optimize care transitions and increase patient engagement. The associations collaborated to provide a forum to share best practices and data, as well as offer

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PatientPing Transforms Care for High-Risk, High-Utilizing Patients Across North Carolina through its Care Coordination Platform

PatientPing, the nation’s leading care coordination platform, has expanded its statewide efforts to support high-risk, high-utilizing patients throughout North Carolina. In North Carolina alone, the PatientPing platform is being leveraged by more than 500 hospitals, emergency departments, post-acute facilities, provider organizations, and payers to reduce healthcare

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ED Peer Support Program Reducing OUD ED Visits, Hospitalizations

NCHA’s Emergency Department Peer Support Program for Improving Response to Opioid Overdose is part of a pilot program to combat the opioid crisis. The program, funded through the NC Department of Health and Human Services, began May of 2018 with six emergency departments selected to participate.

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Healthy North Carolina 2030 Community Input Sessions

The Healthy North Carolina 2030 project brings together experts and leaders from multiple fields to inform the development of a common set of public health indicators and targets for the state over the next decade. These indicators will serve as the population health

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