Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare (GVMH), a 42-bed, not-for-profit, short-term care hospital located in Clinton, MO, was one of three organizations selected to participate in the 2020-2021 Rural Health Provider Transition Project. During the hospital’s year-long engagement in RHPTP, GVMH worked with RHPTP’s technical assistance (TA) consultants on finance and operations improvements, as well as developing a strategy and infrastructure to improve patient experience and engagement in preparation for participation in alternative payment and care delivery models. Below are some of GVMH’s top accomplishments and early outcomes made possible through their RHPTP participation.
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Guadalupe County Hospital (GCH) is a 10-bed, not-for-profit, Sole Community Hospital providing acute care, emergency medicine, imaging, pain management, laboratory, and related outpatient ancillary services to the residents of Santa Rosa, New Mexico, and the surrounding communities.
The Lawrence County Health Department (LCHD) is a public health department offering behavioral, environmental, public, and home health services to the residents of Lawrence County, IL, and surrounding communities. LCHD was one of four organizations selected to participate in the 2020-2021 Rural Health Provider Transition Project. Read more about their top accomplishments here.
Marshall Browning Hospital improves Care Coordination.
Lincoln County Medical Center (LCMC) in Ruidoso, New Mexico is owned by Albuquerque-based Presbyterian Healthcare Services and has served the Ruidoso and Lincoln County communities since 1950.
Sudan Medical Clinic, located in Sudan, Texas is a family-owned clinic that opened in 2006 and expanded in 2016 serving the community in Muleshoe, Texas. SMC is a certified rural health clinic that participated in the first year of the RHPT Project with the goal to guide small rural hospitals and certified rural health clinics not currently participating in VBC to prepare for and position their organization to be effective participants in a health system focused on value. Read their progress here.
Blue Mountain Hospital (BMH) is an 11-bed not-for-profit, Critical Access Hospital (CAH) providing acute care, obstetrics, swing bed, emergency medicine, surgery, dialysis, and related outpatient ancillary services to the residents of Blanding, Utah and surrounding communities.
Cibola General Hospital (CGH) located in Grants, NM, is a 25-bed, not-for-profit, Critical Access Hospital (CAH) providing acute care, obstetrics, ICU, emergency medicine, surgery, and related outpatient ancillary services to residents of Grants, NM and surrounding communities.
Through the fulfillment of VVRMC’s mission and vision, they strive to improve patient satisfaction by existing as the premier provider for all healthcare needs within their community, all while delivering healthcare they can trust.
Russell County Hospital reports positive outcomes from their SRHT Quality Improvement and Transitions of Care project.
Read about Marcus & Wallace Hospital's successes in growing their swing bed program to impact their readmission rates.
RGH was spotlighted in January 2019 for their impressive six-month post-project progress. In April 2019, they had such amazing outcomes that we created a Video Spotlight on them!
Read about how CDP has improved quality infrastructure, patient satisfaction, internal communication, and physician documentation a year after their SRHT quality improvement project.
Bacon County Hospital prepares for population health by focusing on growing primary care, collaborating with the community to increase access to care, revamping marketing efforts, growing the swing bed program, expanding telehealth, and embracing LEAN processes.
Learn how PCH is improving quality by implementing consultant recommended best practices.
RGH reported progress on all ten of their consultant recommended priorities, including a chargemaster review that resulted in a $1.4 million in collections in the first four months after updating chargemaster!
Guadalupe County Hospital surpasses their six-month SRHT goals.