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October 06, 2022 (Cleveland, OH)

The Center Welcomes Seven New Corporate Sponsors

The Center for Health Affairs is pleased to welcome a new group of partners as participants in its corporate sponsorship program. These organizations have joined as sponsors during the third quarter of this year. 

Bringing The Center’s corporate sponsorship roster to a total of 14, this new group of sponsors includes:
Greater Cleveland Partnership / COSE – the region’s leading economic development organization and the largest metropolitan chamber of commerce in the nation.
Happy – a proactive peer-based mental health service operating one of the highest quality peer networks in the country.
Hyland – a leading content services provider that enables thousands of organizations to deliver better experiences to the people they serve.
Hyr Medical – an on-demand staffing network for physicians and healthcare employers that is working to reimagine healthcare staffing by delivering unparalleled speed, cost savings, quality, and transparency.
Lazurite – a medical device and technology company and designer of the ArthroFree™ System, the first wireless surgical camera for arthroscopy and general endoscopy.
Martii by UpHealth – a technology platform that helps care teams overcome healthcare disparities from language to distance with easy-to-use engaging tools.
Oswald Companies – Cleveland-based and employee-owned, one of the nation’s largest independent insurance brokerage and risk management firms.

About Corporate Sponsorship

The Center’s Corporate Sponsorship program offers a selection of tiers, starting at $1,200 for one year, for the opportunity to partner with The Center and connect with healthcare and community leaders in Northeast Ohio. Benefits of sponsorship include public recognition, the opportunity to attend exclusive events, and the ability to appear as a speaker on BrightTALK, a virtual event platform where The Center features local, regional and national experts on critical healthcare issues.

“The Center’s mission is to be a convener, influencer and innovator that impacts health in the communities where we serve, and our Corporate Sponsorship program enables us to bring together stakeholder organizations who wish to support and be a part of this work. We are thrilled to welcome this new group of sponsors to our program,” said Pat Raffaele, manager of sponsorships for The Center for Health Affairs.

Learn more about The Center’s sponsorship opportunities here.