ObjectiveHealth Hosts Community Health Leaders at Inaugural Community Health Innovation Summit in Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tennessee, June 28, 2023 – ObjectiveHealth, a Nashville-based integrated clinical trial health technology platform company, hosted community health and healthcare leaders from across the country, at their inaugural Community Health Innovation Summit at the Nashville City Club in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
The Community Health Innovation Summit was established to create a private, engaging forum for community health trailblazers to discuss pressing topics within the industry, including new strategies in patient engagement, technology innovations, sustainability and more.
“It was an exceptional opportunity to bring together our industry’s most prominent community health and healthcare leaders, to effectively collaborate on ideas that bring our most vulnerable patient populations, the care that they deserve,” said ObjectiveHealth’s co-founder and chief executive officer, Colleen Hoke. “We all share a commitment to bettering our communities, by providing quality healthcare and advanced treatment options to all patients, regardless of location or socioeconomic status.”
The attendees collectively serve over 800k patients at locations in nine states across the country. Of these patients, 491k+ patients are at or below 100% of the federal poverty level and 192k+ patients are of racial and/or ethnic minority.
ObjectiveHealth hosted the event alongside healthcare provider, ARcare. The two companies have been in a partnership since 2019 and have jointly opened three research centers-of-excellence in Arkansas with locations in Conway, Jonesboro, and Little Rock. Their partnership provides 240k+ patients throughout the state, access to new and innovative diagnostics and therapies along with a broader set of care services, at no cost to the patient.