A SILVER TSUNAMI

IS COMING, AND IT NEEDS TO BE HARNESSED.

Our strategic plan capitalizes on Louisville’s unique strength in healthcare to solve national problems related to an increasing aging demographic. Each year, our CEOs identify a new challenge area relative to integrated care delivery. We address each topic through our three-tiered strategic plan. In 2019, we focused on the unpaid caregiver. In 2020, we’ll explore issues related to social determinants of health.

  • CORPORATE INNOVATION CENTER
  • STRATEGIC CAPITAL DEPLOYMENT
  • AGING INNOVATION INTERNATIONAL HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE

Our Corporate Innovation Center is home base for our suite of programs designed to identify our member company business challenges and connect promising innovators to the customers, expertise, and capital they need to solve them.

Strategic capital deployment: using the collective power of the council to invest in the development of tomorrow’s healthcare solutions for an aging population.

Our Aging Innovation In International Healthcare Summit will focus on CEO-identified priorities related to integrated care delivery. Social Determinants of Health is the focus for 2020. The conference is an invitation-only event leading into a curated Kentucky Derby weekend.

Keep up with the latest about the 2020 Summit and CareTech Pitch here.

CARETECH DERBY PITCH COMPETITION

Unpaid or “informal” caregivers provide an astounding $506 billion of free care every year.  Many caregivers report that they operate in a near-constant “crisis mode” and struggle to find available resources fragmented throughout the healthcare system and the community.

LHCC and its partners searched nationwide for solutions that support caregivers.

CareTech launched an exciting Kentucky Derby weekend for our finalists and stakeholders.  Learn more about our finalists here.

CAREGIVER ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT RFI

LHCC released a request for information (RFI) around challenges and current solutions for unpaid caregivers. We received written submissions from a variety of organizations doing important work to support caregivers. Among these organizations are young startups with point solutions for caregivers, large companies with end-to-end solutions for caregivers, caregiver advocacy groups, provider organizations, LHCC ecosystem partners, and others. Their responses are summarized in the report, available for download below.