100 Top Hospitals 2007

100 Top Hospitals - 2007

Magazine
Learning from the best | Thomson Healthcare's 100 Top Hospitals: Cardiovascular Benchmarks for Success, 2007
By Linda Wilson | November 19, 2007 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
When the Cleveland Clinic decided to launch a cardiovascular services program in 2001 at its satellite hospital in South Florida, physicians, equipment and expertise made the move.The idea was to transfer the clinic’s high standards in heart services to its facility in Weston, Fla. “We took trips to Cleveland to learn how they did it up there,” recalls Bernardo Fernandez, chief executive officer of the Cleveland Clinic Florida. “We brought in the experts to give us advice on processes—how to take the patient from point A to point B.”
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News
Far ahead of the pack | Thomson Healthcare’s annual roster of performance-improvement leaders shows hospitals take variety of paths to operating gains
By Jay Greene | August 06, 2007 | Basic Web Basic Web Subscription Details
At the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, Lexington, improving quality, patient safety and efficiency along with strengthening relationships with faculty physicians and outlying rural hospitals helped the 436-bed facility boost admissions by 47% and increase operating profits 295%, says Michael Karpf, a physician who's the university's executive vice president of health affairs. "One of the things that made us successful the past few years is that we have moved to more of an integrated system with the hospital and doctors more aligned," Karpf says.
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100 Top Hospitals supplement: How do they do it? | Top-performing hospitals reveal labor issues as key to saving money, lives
By David Burda, Editor | May 07, 2007 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
The seventh annual 100 Top Hospitals supplement examines the link between hospital labor costs and hospital performance.
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100 Top Hospitals supplement: Focusing their energies | Fewer full-time employees means making teamwork a priority
By Jean Chenoweth | May 07, 2007 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Pay-for-performance and other incentives can help hospitals achieve long-term quality and performance goals.
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100 Top Hospitals supplement: Pay more, get more | The organizations on the 100 Top Hospitals list give higher quality care at a lower cost, while paying their staffs better
By Elizabeth Gardner | May 07, 2007 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
All hospitals feel the sting of a labor shortage in their facilities, but top hospitals have found creativity saves more money and more lives with fewer hands on deck.
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100 Top Hospitals supplement: Saving lives and money | Ohio hospital focuses on quality efforts by paying attention to its nursing staff
By Elizabeth Gardner | May 07, 2007 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
What does a hospital do when the average age of its nurses is in the upper 40s? In the case of EMH Regional Medical Center, Elyria, Ohio, it does everything it can to keep them from throwing their backs out.
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100 Top Hospitals supplement: Making flexibility work | Mich. hospital hires part-time, seasonal workers
By Elizabeth Gardner | May 07, 2007 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
A Michigan hospital in a resort town makes the most of its summer and winter workforce.
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Information
100 Top Hospitals list
March 12, 2007
A Special Feature on Solucient's ranking of the 100 best hospitals from 2006. Hospitals are ranked by size in two categories: teaching and community. Source: Solucient. Published March 12, 2007. This list includes the following data points:Major teaching hospitals: Hospital name, location and number of years on the listTeaching hospitals (200 or more acute-care beds): Hospital name, location and number of years on the list
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News
Putting quality into practice (March 2007 report) | Annual 100 Top Hospitals roster shows organizations can reduce expenses without sacrificing quality, level of service
By Jay Greene | March 12, 2007 | Basic Web Basic Web Subscription Details
Having a positive culture of mutual trust, focusing on best practices to improve clinical quality and expanding specialty services contributed to 178-bed Holland (Mich.) Hospital’s steady improvement in meeting community needs, positive financial results and clinical quality, says Dale Sowders, Holland’s president and chief executive officer.
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