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The most illustrative representation of Louisville’s robust and collaborative health care ecosystem ever developed.
Illustrating 450 companies with more than 1400 points of connection, the Network Map is a crucial tool to be used in attraction and retention pitches, applications for grant and research funding, community partnership conversations and more!
The first-ever recorded compilation of the city’s health care history. It lays out the story of health care in Louisville through a timeline from the city’s origin to its modern-day evolution into the aging care epicenter of the nation.
Research presented by the 2017 Louisville Healthcare Fellows Class highlighting attraction and retention data for nurses in the Greater Louisville Region
The core of a vigorous health-related economy is the health care delivery industry. This study provides an overview of Louisville’s healthcare delivery industry from 2007 to 2012 and analyzes general industry trends during this period.
Research presented by the 2016 Louisville Healthcare Fellows Class aimed at finding solutions to workforce development struggles in the healthcare industry.
The 2015-2016 Guide to Health-Related Businesses lists HEN member companies as well as non-member companies.
Part 1: 2014 Health Economic Research Study by Jose Fernandez PhD, associate professor economics, UofL and and Megan Hardy (UofL student and HEN intern)
Part 2: 2014 Health Economic Research Study by Jose Fernandez PhD, associate professor economics, UofL, and Megan Hardy (UofL student and HEN intern)
With a new name and broader reach, the 6th edition of the Health Enterprises Network Family Tree of Health-Related Companies has changed in ways that assure the greatest value to our membership and our service area. First, this edition (released in 2014) now includes all Investor member companies of the network regardless of whether or not they were founded in the Louisville area. In keeping with the publication’s roots, however, health-related companies founded in our 27-county area,* which have been brought to our attention, are still included.