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Tag Archives: Community

Community health center funding lapse could force job cuts

Continued inaction by Congress to re-authorize crucial funding for the country’s community health centers could result in the loss of more than 60,000 healthcare jobs, according to a new report.
Modern Healthcare Breaking News

Rachel Seifert is retiring as general counsel at Community Health Systems

Rachel Seifert, the top attorney at Community Health Systems, is retiring at the end of March after spending almost two decades as the hospital company’s first and only general counsel. Separately, Allen Carroll, the longtime CEO of Bon Secours St.
Modern Healthcare Breaking News

Infographic: Encourage your community to donate blood

One pint of blood collected at a donation has the potential to save three lives. Still, factors such as inclement weather keep people away from giving plasma and platelets this time of year.

To help meet the demand, the American Red Cross promotes blood donations each January.

This infographic about National Blood Donor Month—which began in 1970—offers health care pros ideas for community outreach. For example:

  • Approximately 80 percent of donations are collected at mobile sites.

  • Some 50,000 sponsors work with the Red Cross each year to collect blood.

  • Around 15 minutes is the average time needed for the actual donation.

There are compelling statistics here as well. Take a look:

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HealthCareCommunication.com

Community Need and Readmissions

In response to concerns raised by healthcare leaders that the absence of adjustment for socioeconomic status (SES) and race characteristics in patient populations impedes the fair comparison of hospitals on risk-standardized 30-day unplanned readmission rates, Truven Health Analytics™ evaluated the extent to which risk-adjusted readmission rates for acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, and pneumonia are affected by adjustments for community-level SES factors through its Community Need Index (CNI) and patient race. The study shows there is, indeed, a statistically significant effect. For more, visit truvenhealth.com/wp/readmissionpenalties.

HealthLeadersMedia.com – HealthLeaders Magazine

Community Health Systems pays $98M to settle DOJ claims

Franklin-based hospital company Community Health Systems will pay a total of more than $ 98 million to settle a Department of Justice investigation into the company’s billing practices. About $ 88 million of the settlement will go to resolve claims made by the federal government that between January 2005 and December 2010, 119 of the company’s hospitals billed the government for inpatient admissions when, in the government’s view, those services should have been billed as outpatient cases. Those types of patients tend to less expensive than those that need hospitalization.

HealthLeadersMedia.com – Physician Leadership News