MiHIA provides impact through beneficial prevention and informational programs.
Improving prenatal care through a group model resulting in fewer spontaneous pre-term births, improved health outcomes for babies, and creating lasting friendships and connections in ways not possible in traditional care.
Educating physicians, hospital systems, and other community health organizations, as well as consumers, to think and talk about overuse of healthcare resources in the United States.
1 of 26 organizations selected as grant partner, 2013
COMMUNITY HEALTH EXCELLENCE AWARD
Recognizing outstanding contributions to driving progress in our region on the Quadruple
Diabetes Prevention Program
Focusing on preventing or delaying the onset of type 2 diabetes across the MiHIA region.
Dig It! Community Gardens
Providing opportunities for physical activity, social interaction, therapy and access to fresh vegetables through community gardens.
Engaging Pharmacist to Improve Chronic Disease Management
Engaging community pharmacists and non-physician team members to address programming around cardiovascular and other chronic disease related activities
Healthier & Happier Families
Improving the long-term health and reducing the impact of obesity in children ages 5-19 years and family members through healthy eating and exercise habits to achieve weight loss and BMI reduction
Addressing opioid misuse and abuse through education, diversion prevention, policy and increasing the use of alternative clinical interventions. Committed to the early identification of those at risk for substance misuse, assessment of patients for the existence of substance use disorder in order to aid in access to treatment and recovery supports in the community.
Perinatal Care System Quality Improvement Initiative
Bringing together multi-sector stakeholders to establish goals and strategies based on evidence-based practices to improve mother and infant health in Prosperity Region 5.