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A Gala Celebrates and Honors Women

The Christ Hospital Gala 2016: For the Pursuit of Women’s Health raised more than $650,000 to benefit Women’s Health Programs throughout The Christ Hospital Health Network, including research, wellness programs, and patients-in-need.
Thu, Mar 02, 2017

Serving the Most Vulnerable, Local Women for Thirty Years

Healthy Moms & Babes has been making a difference for mothers and infants for three decades, a milestone few non-profit agencies reach.
Mon, Feb 27, 2017

Leading Payment Reform to Reduce Cancer Costs

It is predicted that 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed and another 600,000 Americans will die from cancer this year. Additionally, it is projected that cancer-related medical costs will increase by 27 percent ($158 billion) by 2020.
Tue, Feb 21, 2017

Understanding Cancer Therapy and Cognitive Changes

Survival rates for most cancers are climbing, but a cancer diagnosis still carries an enormous impact for patients and their loved ones. Adding to the difficulty, patients often experience many unpleasant symptoms during or after their treatment.
Thu, Feb 16, 2017

St. Elizabeth Leads in New Stent Technology

St. Elizabeth Healthcare is the first hospital system in Greater Cincinnati to use a dissolving stent technology called Absorb, which is used to treat heart disease.
Mon, Feb 13, 2017

New Walk-In Clinic Offers Immediate Help

If your son or daughter gets hurt in the evening while skateboarding or playing sports, you would probably take them to an emergency room, right? But what if you could take them to an orthopedic clinic to see a specialist? You now have that option at the new Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine walk-in clinic in Northern Kentucky.
Tue, Feb 07, 2017

Flair Confidence Podcast with Dr. Susan McElroy

Susan McElroy, MD challenges us to break the stigma of Mental Illness. As Chief Research Officer at the Lindner Center of HOPE, she currently oversees multiple ongoing studies in mood, anxiety, eating and impulse control disorders, genetics and psychopharmacology.
Mon, Jan 30, 2017

Healing Waters

When winter weather settles in, it can become more difficult to include exercise in your daily routine. The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati offers several warm water options to take the chill out of your workout. Swimming is one of the safest, healthiest physical activities around. This low-impact, total-body workout can be a great fit for people of any age and skill level.
Mon, Jan 23, 2017

A Trusted Name for Quality Medical Imaging

With a rise in healthcare costs and an increase in high-deductible healthcare plans, it is important for consumers to know that they have a choice on where to go for procedures such as medical imaging. Headquartered in Cincinnati, the ProScan Family of Companies provides outpatient imaging services at a significantly lower cost than local hospitals.
Thu, Jan 19, 2017

Managing Eating Disorders: A Family Affair

When eighth-grade boys repeatedly bullied Pam Kimmel’s 14-year-old daughter, making fun of her muscular, gymnast legs, the teenager’s mother advised her to brush off the unkind remarks because, well, boys can be mean at that age. But her daughter took the abuse to heart and started a diet. Her parents noticed she was not eating the foods she used to and consuming more fruits and vegetables.
Mon, Jan 16, 2017

Keep Your Heart in the Game

Heart Ball 2017 Ready to Play Ball
Cincinnatians tend to be a big-hearted lot. That will prove true once again at the 24th annual Greater Cincinnati Heart Ball on February 25th. The black-tie gala celebrates the AHA's lifesaving work for Cincinnati families.
Fri, Jan 13, 2017

Improving Care for Veterans

Cincinnati’s VA Medical Center struck leadership gold, when they hired Elizabeth Brill, MD, to serve as chief of staff in May.
Thu, Jan 12, 2017

Retina Specialist Brings a Fresh Perspective to Cincinnati

Luke B. Lindsell, OD, MD, is the newest retina specialist to join Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI). While practicing in the Ophthalmology/Optometry Department at the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, he discovered a passion for the retina – the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye.
Thu, Dec 29, 2016

A Coroner Who Cares

Clogged drainage in the autopsy room, encouraging kids to study science, standing firm against corruption: That’s a regular day of work for Lakshmi Sammarco, MD, the Hamilton County coroner. Venue Magazine sat down with Dr. Sammarco to learn about her job, her hopes for the office’s future and the numerous ways she strives to improve the community of Greater Cincinnati.
Wed, Dec 28, 2016

2016 Healthcare Leadership Awards presented by Venue & Lead Magazine

Mon, Dec 26, 2016

Legal Power Players

• The Affordable Care Act • ESOPs Gains Popularity at a Succession Strategy • New Federal Rule Aimed at Addressing Excessive Executive Pay • Feds Push Health Plans to Cover Transgender Medical Expenses
Thu, Dec 22, 2016

Healthier Spine, Happier Life

When it comes to healthy habits, most of us never consider taking care of our spine until something goes wrong and changes the way we live. Everyday activities that we often take for granted – walking, sitting and sleeping – can drastically change after a spine injury.
Thu, Dec 15, 2016