40th Annual Cleveland International Film Festival

We’re excited to announce that we’re a Community Partner for the 40th Cleveland International Film Festival for Daddy Don’t Go. Experience the struggles of four disadvantaged fathers trying to raise children on their own in New York City. Stay after the Thursday night showing for a FilmForum, which is a moderated, interactive panel discussion. Film […]

Homeless Stand Down

Carmella participated in the 25th annual Homeless Stand Down assisting those in need with health navigation. Homeless Stand Down from Breakwall Media on Vimeo.

Feed the Need 2015

Carmella Rose Health Foundation and their navigators participated for the first time in the third annual Feed the Need at TownHall, taking place the Tuesday before Thanksgiving on November 24, 2015. This normally bustling and popular restaurant closes its doors to the public for one entire day and approximately 100 members of their staff serve […]

The Buckeye Medicaid Boom

How Ohio’s Medicaid expansion is paying huge dividends for the Cleveland Clinic and MetroHealth, and what it all means for you, the patient By Daniel McGraw Article posted by Cleveland Scene. To read more > http://bit.ly/1Cy8kfV

Community Partner – Cleveland International Film Festival

We’re excited to announce that we’re a Community Partner for the 39th Cleveland International Film Festival for “M. (MOTHER’S MAIDEN NAME),” an indictment of the jarring discrepancy between healthcare practices for the rich and poor. Film festival screenings are on Sunday, March 22 at 8:20 p.m. and Monday, March 23 at 4 p.m. Read film […]

Why Not Start Up a Thanksgiving Healthcare Discussion?

Stumped for a great conversation starter at this year’s Thanksgiving gathering? How about striking up a healthcare discussion on the ever-popular subject of healthcare coverage? Here are some basics that will help you both educate and entertain your friends and colleagues: Today’s Terms for Healthcare Coverage: Obamacare The Marketplace Healthcare.gov ACA The memory-defying, Affordable Care […]

2013 Summary of “A Celebration of Patient Navigation” Fundraiser

About 160 people attended our Ninth Annual Fundraiser, “A Celebration of Patient Navigation” on Oct. 11, 2013 at the Wyndham Cleveland at Playhouse Square. The Carmella Rose Health Foundation presented Cleveland City Councilman Joe Cimperman with an award for his professional achievements with the Healthy Cleveland Initiative. As he accepted the award, he shared his […]

8/15/13: CMS Grant Supports Health Insurance Navigators in Cleveland

The Ohio Association of Foodbanks—along with a network of strategic consortium members including Carmella Rose Health Foundation—was awarded a federal Navigator grant by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This approximately $1.95 million grant will allow the Ohio Association of Foodbanks to raise awareness about the federal-facilitated Health Insurance Marketplace and connect Ohioans with assistance in […]

2012 Health News Highlights

December 2012: Ten years of adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen was significantly better than the standard 5 years in terms of reducing the risk for breast cancer recurrence and disease-specific death, according to findings from the international ATLAS (Adjuvant Tamoxifen, Longer Against Shorter) study. October 2012: Patient navigators find role in the local healthcare system. Read the Oct. […]

2012 Summary of “A Celebration of Patient Navigation”

About 200 people attended our Eighth Annual Fundraiser, “A Celebration of Patient Navigation” on Oct. 11, 2012. Dee Dee Ricks gave a personal and powerful testimony as she introduced Dr. Harold P. Freeman. We presented Dr. Freeman with an award for his professional achievements, and for touching the lives of many, including Dee Dee. His work […]