Cincinnati is home to some of the nation’s leading healthcare systems, yet Ohio still ranks 40th in the nation in overall health. Jennifer Zimmerman sat down for an interview with WKRC-TV/Local12 to explain how bi3’s funding helps break down barriers that keep people from basic healthcare.
bi3 explains how breaking barriers can lead to changes in healthcare
- By bi3
- on March 13, 2019
- in In the News, Local 12 Transforming Health Series
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