Keyword: Grady Memorial Hospital
Tom Price, M.D., who resigned in September as the head of HHS, is now an advisory board member of a Georgia staffing firm.
The feds lowered a year’s worth of Medicare payments to 751 hospitals to penalize them for having high rates of patient injuries.
John Haupert, CEO of Grady Health System in Atlanta, credits the organization’s decision to shore up its revenue cycle, revise its charity care policy, and invest in an electronic health record system as the main reasons for its remarkable financial turnaround.
The Leapfrog Group has released its latest update to its safety grades, with the vast majority of hospitals earning a passing grade from the group.
HHS Secretary Tom Price needs to remember the lessons he learned training at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta’s public hospital, says current medical resident.
He’s been a longtime congressman and an orthopedic surgeon, and now Tom Price has a new title: secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Too many hospitals needlessly expose patients to dangerous bacteria, according to a new analysis that examines the five-year performance of 2,000 hospitals on preventing central-line infections