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Rand Corporation Study Looks at Link between Health Care Spending and Quality; GE Foundation Donates $1M to Partners for Community Health - Health Minute for January 11, 2013

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The link between health care spending and quality is still unclear, according to a new review of past studies by the Rand Corporation. The report analyzes results from 61 studies that compared health care spending with outcomes on both hospital-wide and statewide levels.  Twenty-one of the 61 studies showed higher spending was tied to better outcomes for patients, such as fewer deaths.

GE Foundation Grants $1.25 Million to Health Centers Serving Diverse Populations in Chicago Area

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The GE Foundation and the GE Corporate Diversity Council has awarded $1.25 million to five Chicago land community healthcare centers in order to increase access to primary care for uninsured and underserved populations across the city, such as low-income, Latino, and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) communities.

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The GE Foundation and the GE Corporate Diversity Council has awarded $1.25 million to five Chicago land community healthcare centers in order to increase access to primary care for uninsured and underserved populations across the city, such as low-income, Latino, and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) communities.

GE Supports Education and Health in Cincinnati

Program Will Expand Access to Better Healthcare for Greater Cincinnati
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The GE Foundation's Developing Health program is a three-year initiative providing grant funding and GE employee volunteer support to non-profit health centers across the United States, which is now commencing in Cincinnati. This initiative aims to increase access to quality healthcare for underserved populations across the United States. The GE Foundation has awarded a total of $750,000 in grants to three Greater Cincinnati health centers: Winton Hills Medical and Health Center, Inc., Lincoln Heights Health Center, and Mt. Healthy Family Practice Center. 

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The GE Foundation's Developing Health program is a three-year initiative providing grant funding and GE employee volunteer support to non-profit health centers across the United States, which is now commencing in Cincinnati. This initiative aims to increase access to quality healthcare for underserved populations across the United States. The GE Foundation has awarded a total of $750,000 in grants to three Greater Cincinnati health centers: Winton Hills Medical and Health Center, Inc., Lincoln Heights Health Center, and Mt. Healthy Family Practice Center. 

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