San Javier Hospitals International Patient Program

San Javier Hospitals International Patient Program Rhonda Shuter, licenced R.N. Director of the International Patient Program, for the group of San Javier Hospitals. http://www.sanjavierhospitals.com

San Javier hospitals are dedicated to offer, to the national and international community, excelence and quality in health services through their strong multidisciplinary team of experts, cutting edge technology, techniques and health specialities. Our difference it's not olnly that we offer the right balance of technology, highly qualified personnel and price in beautiful destinations for medical

San Javier hospitals are dedicated to offer, to the national and international community, excelence and quality in health services through their strong multidisciplinary team of experts, cutting edge technology, techniques and health specialities. Our difference it's not olnly that we offer the right balance of technology, highly qualified personnel and price in beautiful destinations for medical

Retweeted Medical Xpress (@physorg_health):#Patients with doctors who review meds with them are healthier http://t.co/LD...
04/01/2015
Patients with doctors who review meds with them are healthier

Retweeted Medical Xpress (@physorg_health):

#Patients with doctors who review meds with them are healthier http://t.co/LDXalvPIFq @UofCincy

Physicians who routinely review with their patients the medications they should be taking are more likely to have patients adhere to their medications and achieve health goals, according to a University of Cincinnati (UC) heart researcher.

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03/31/2015
Healthcare reform fuels demand for care coordinators in primary care

Retweeted AskMariaTodd (@AskMariaTodd):

Healthcare reform fuels demand for care coordinators in primary care, Concierge docs will either hire in or DIY http://t.co/GcUJju0bnd

A growing number of health systems, accountable care organizations and medical home-style practices are deploying care coordinators—which some call navigators. That is changing how patients get care and it's changing the jobs of doctors, nurses and other front-line providers.

Retweeted Medical Xpress (@physorg_health):For heart #transplant centers, accessibility may matter as much as quality ht...
03/30/2015
For heart transplant centers, accessibility may matter as much as quality

Retweeted Medical Xpress (@physorg_health):

For heart #transplant centers, accessibility may matter as much as quality http://t.co/tqZdJxR1qe @ConversationEDU

About five million people in the US suffer from heart failure, and approximately half of them die within five years of being diagnosed. Only about 2,500 hundred people a year receive a heart transplant – the treatment of last resort. A new heart can be life-saving, but it is also life-changing. Even…

Retweeted Ontario Nurses Assoc (@ontarionurses):CHEO Cuts More than 50 Registered Nursing Positions: Patients pay the pr...
03/19/2015
Ontario Nurses' Association - Media Releases - CHEO Cuts More than 50 Registered Nursing...

Retweeted Ontario Nurses Assoc (@ontarionurses):

CHEO Cuts More than 50 Registered Nursing Positions: Patients pay the price for underfunding http://t.co/M50k8c6n7E

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) has informed the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) that it is cutting more than 50 registered nursing positions to balance its budget, leaving some of the most ill and vulnerable pediatric patients with less care.

03/14/2015

morbidly obese pts who had bariatric Sx were 89% less likely to die over any 5yr period than morbidly obese pts who didn’t have the Sx

03/03/2015

Great hospitals are keenly aware of what is necessary to build sustainable competitive advantage in med excellence and healthcare delivery

03/02/2015

Attributes of Hospital Quality
These attributes are important because they signal what the hospital's culture is like. A culture of excellence makes a big difference in your patient experience and also in your chances for a great outcome. Great hospitals:
• Cultivate top reputations and prestige through exclusive affiliations and accreditations.
• Work from internationally vetted medical guidelines (protocols), which govern the medical care they administer.
• Have support from national, regional and local governments.
• Are acknowledged by the media.
• Are close enough to large population centers and transportation hubs to draw both local and health travel patients.
• Have powerful ownership groups that engender government, academic, media, business and social support. (Don't confuse a publicly traded company as necessarily having community support.)
• Are keenly aware of what is necessary to build sustainable competitive advantage in medical excellence and healthcare delivery.
• Focus on product offerings needed to draw patients.
• Have a research / clinical trials component.
• Create superior value-for-money.
• Have been building their offerings longer than new entrants have.
• Leverage Information Technologies to control costs, improve safety and improve care throughout.
• Are preparing to measure and improve value (patient outcomes per healthcare dollar spent).
• Have a value orientation rather than an accounting orientation.
• Have a culture of patient orientation and excellence.
Reprint / IMTJ/ Scott Frankum (11/03/2011 17:11:13)

Retweeted André Picard (@picardonhealth):Patient care at risk, letter to @TorontoStar by @OntariosDoctors president @Ved...
01/22/2015
Patient care at risk in OMA talks | Toronto Star

Retweeted André Picard (@picardonhealth):

Patient care at risk, letter to @TorontoStar by @OntariosDoctors president @VedTandan http://t.co/IJNMDSpGyb #CareNotCuts

To be clear, the Ontario Medical Association did not leave the negotiation table. The government gave us a take it or leave it offer and because we are accountable to our patients every day in our offices, we couldn’t accept an offer that contained cuts that would put them at risk.

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