Pre-hospital care and services, emergency department crowding, alternate destinations and treatment sites as well as post-acute transfer options impact the effectiveness of emergency departments and the ability of residents to receive the right care at the right time in the right place.
Medi-Cal Managed Care is a critical financial priority. Hospital Council advocates for collaboration in addressing access, care coordination, provider network sufficiency, claims processing and timely reimbursement.
Bryan Bucklew, President and CEO of the Greater Dayton Hospital Association in Dayton, Ohio, has been selected as the new President and CEO of the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California replacing retiring Art Sponseller.
It is often said, “It takes a village to raise a child.” In South Lake Tahoe, the same could be said about keeping kids healthy. October is National Farm to School Month, and in South Lake Tahoe, the UC Cooperative Extension CalFresh nutrition education program has partnered with Barton Health and Lake Tahoe Unified School District to implement Harvest of the Month, a statewide initiative that motivates students to make healthier choices and brings fresh, in season produce to all South Lake Tahoe elementary schools. (SouthTahoeNOW.com)
Urgent Matters and the Gary and Mary West Health Institute recently announced the winners of their 2018 Emergency Care Innovation of the Year Award, and Adventist Health and Rideout received honorable mention. (Appeal-Democrat)
When Lizneidy Serratos’ mother took her to the hospital at 1 a.m. on August 4th, she thought wildfire smoke near the family’s Reno home was causing the 12-year-old’s struggle to breathe. But after a series of tests, doctors said Lizneidy’s heart was failing. (Cision PR Newswire)
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