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BACH / Johns Hopkins Event

In a continuing effort to establish a Systems Changes Agenda for 2011, MAHA convened the BACH/Johns Hopkins Event held on September 14, 2011 and a Legal Panel Discussion Forum held on November 16, 2011.   These two events demonstrated MAHA’s commitment to evolve as an intermediary  that is focused on influencing industry-wide change and improvement.

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Columbia St. Mary's Parish Nurse Program

July 2011
Presented by Julia R. Means, R.N Background: In January 2011, through a grant provided by AHEC, the Parish Nurse program serving the Central City of Milwaukee was supplied with a community health worker. The community health worker, Christy Tolbert, has significantly enhanced the service that they have been able to provide to the community...

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CareerWorks Healthcare Sector Partnership

The Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board (MAWIB) and the Milwaukee Area Healthcare Alliance (MAHA) created the CareerWorks Healthcare Sector Partnership. This regional healthcare intermediary has created a comprehensive healthcare training institute offering TANF and other low income participants the ongoing educational and personal support necessary to find and retain jobs in healthcare...

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From Hidden Costs to High Returns. Unlocking the Potential of Lower-Wage Workforce

The overriding lesson of these interviews, simply stated is that employers who treat their basic-skill workforce as a  durable asset – as a focus of quality and a source of steadily increasing skill and performance – find that their business is materially better for their effort...

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Community Health Workers Help Hospital Reach Hispanics

A shift in demographics occurred in Waukesha County between 1990 and 2000 as the Hispanic population increased from 3% to 6%. A consorted effort to better understand Hispanics and to support next steps began...

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MAHA is excited to note the following achievements

Establishment of an intermediary with two distinctive organizational partners who bring unique expertise to the work...

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About the Baltimore Alliance for Careers in Healthcare

The Baltimore Alliance for Careers in Healthcare, Inc. was created in 2005 in response to two critical challenges: studying Baltimore's "Unemployment and Underemployment" and researching "A Current and Projected Shortage of Skilled Healthcare Workers."...

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New HTI Director

The CareerWorks Healthcare Training Institute welcomes Linda Jaskowiak as HTI Director!...

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Program for Certified Nursing Assistant Careers

The Milwaukee Area Healthcare Alliance (MAHA) is a partnership between the YWCA of Greater Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Area Health Education Center (Milwaukee AHEC).  Responding to the growing demand for healthcare professionals in Southeast Wisconsin, MAHA has created a training program to help prepare interested and qualified individuals for Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) careers...

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