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Sharpening an election-year confrontation over religious freedom and government health insurance rules, the nation’s Catholic hospitals on Friday rejected President Barack Obama’s compromise for providing birth control coverage to their women employees.

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Sharpening an election-year confrontation over religious freedom and government health insurance rules, the nation’s Catholic hospitals on Friday rejected President Barack Obama’s compromise for providing birth control coverage to their women employees.

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If you or an elderly relative have been hospitalized recently and noticed extra attention when the time came to be discharged, there’s more to it than good customer service.

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German pharmaceuticals firm Merck KGaA is no longer delivering cancer drug Erbitux to Greek hospitals, a spokesman said on Saturday, the latest sign of how an economic and budget crisis is hurting frontline public services.

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(Reuters) – The New York City Health and Hospital Corporation expects to lose $ 2.3 billion over eight years from the Medicaid cuts included in President Barack Obama’s new healthcare law.

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Sharpening an election-year confrontation over religious freedom and government health insurance rules, the nation’s Catholic hospitals on Friday rejected President Barack Obama’s compromise for providing birth control coverage to their women employees.

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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 28, 2012

Becker’s Hospital Review is proud to announce the publication of its list, “100 Leaders of Great Hospitals,” which recognizes the top executive at each of the hospitals in Becker’s “100 Great Hospitals” list.

The 100 leaders of the great hospitals included in this list are presidents, CEOs and directors who have emphasized organizational excellence, patient safety, quality service, financial savvy and an appropriate management demeanor, all of which are even more vital as the healthcare industry goes through the transition of reform.

To compile this list, the Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team researched the executive leadership structure of each of the 100 Great Hospitals and included each hospital’s top leader all of whom hold titles of CEO, president, executive director or some other primary designation.

Note: This list is not an endorsement of included hospitals or associated healthcare providers. Individuals cannot pay to be included on this list. Recognized hospitals are free to note inclusion through marketing materials, website promotion, press releases and other media materials without paying a fee. Hospital executives are presented in alphabetical order.

The 100 hospital leaders named to the list are as follows:

Richard Afable, MD, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian (Newport Beach, Calif.).

Robert Bachman, Emory University Hospital (Atlanta).

Mark Billings, Presbyterian Hospital (Charlotte, N.C.).

Marc Boom, MD, The Methodist Hospital (Houston).

Marna Borgstrom, Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital.

David Brooks, Providence Regional Medical Center (Everett, Wash.).

Robin Brown Jr., Scripps Green Hospital (La Jolla, Calif.).

Patricia Cassidy, Loyola University Medical Center (Maywood, Ill.).

Shane Cerone, Beaumont Hospital (Royal Oak, Mich.).

Craig Cordola, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (Houston).

Steven Corwin, MD, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (New York City).

Delos Cosgrove, MD, Cleveland Clinic.

Susan Croushore, The Christ Hospital (Cincinnati).

Pamela Davis, Edward Hospital (Naperville, Ill.).

Kyle DeFur, St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital.

Marie Droege, Robert Packer Hospital (Sayre, Pa.).

John Dubis, St. Elizabeth Edgewood (Ky.).

John Duval, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center (Richmond, Va.).

Pat Farrell, Henrico Doctors’ Hospital (Richmond, Va.).

David Feinberg, MD, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles).

David Fox, Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital (Downers Grove, Ill.).

Suzanne Freeman, RN, Carolinas Medical Center (Charlotte, N.C.).

Steven Gabbe, MD, Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio).

J.P. Gallagher, Evanston (Ill.) Hospital.

Robert Garrett, Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center.

Timothy Goldfarb, Shands at the University of Florida (Gainesville, Fla.).

Larry Goodman, MD, Rush University Medical Center (Chicago).

Brett Gosney, Animas Surgical Hospital (Durango, Colo.).

David Grauer, Intermountain Medical Center (Murray, Utah).

Robert Grossman, MD, NYU Langone Medical Center (New York City).

John Harney, University of Colorado Hospital (Aurora, Colo.).

Dean Harrison, Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago).

Edward Howell, University of Virginia Medical Center (Charlottesville, Va.).

Michael Hulefeld, Ochsner Medical Center (New Orleans).

Ron Hytoff, Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital.

John P. Innocenti, UPMC Presbyterian (Pittsburgh).

Laura Irvine, Methodist Dallas Medical Center.

Stephen Jones, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (New Brunswick, N.J.).

Phillip Kambic, Riverside Medical Center (Kankakee, Ill.).

Donna Katen-Bahensky, University of Wisconsin Hospital (Madison, Wis.).

Kenneth Kates, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City, Iowa).

Wayne Keathley, The Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City).

Mark Laret, UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco).

Robert Laskowski, MD, Christiana Hospital (Newark, Del.).

James Leonard, MD, Carle Foundation Hospital (Urbana, Ill.).

Thomas Lewis, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia).

Richard Liekweg, Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis).

R. Trent Lind, Texas Orthopedic Hospital (Houston).

Jeff Lindsay, Forsyth Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.).

Steven Littleson, Jersey Shore University Medical Center (Neptune, N.J.).

Jodi Mansfield, The University of Arizona Medical Center (Tucson, Ariz.).

Luke McGuinness, Central DuPage Hospital (Winfield, Ill.).

Gary Meyer, Schneck Medical Center (Seymour, Ind.).

Gary Miller, Saint Alexius Medical Center (Bismarck, N.D.).

Elizabeth Nabel, MD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston).

Edwin Ness, Munson Medical Center (Traverse City, Mich.).

John Noseworthy, MD, Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.).

Charles O’Brien, MD, Sanford USD Medical Center (Sioux Falls, S.D.).

Mary O’Brien, Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center (Milwaukee).

Samuel Odle, Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis).

Sharon O’Keefe, University of Chicago Medical Center.

Bob Page, The University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City, Kan.).

Alan Papa, Akron (Ohio) General Medical Center.

L. Reuven Pasternak, MD, Inova Fairfax Hospital (Falls Church, Va.).

Jim Peace, Russell Medical Center (Alexander City, Ala.).

Ronald Peterson, The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore).

John Popovich Jr., MD, Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit).

David Posch, Vanderbilt University Hospital and Clinics (Nashville, Tenn.).

Thomas Priselac, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles).

Jeffrey Rivest, University of Maryland Medical Center (Baltimore).

Mark Robitaille, Martin Memorial Hospital (Stuart, Fla.).

Dan Rothery, Boone Hospital Center (Columbia, Mo.).

Fred Rothstein, MD, University Hospitals Case Medical Center (Cleveland).

Amir Dan Rubin, Stanford Hospital & Clinics (Palo Alto, Calif.).

Dawn Rudolph, RN, Saint Thomas Hospital (Nashville, Tenn.).

Steven Safyer, MD, Montefiore Medical Center (New York City).

Frank Sardone, Bronson Methodist Hospital (Kalamazoo, Mich.).

Garry Scheib, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia).

Louis Shapiro, Hospital for Special Surgery (New York).

Peter Slavin, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston).

Kevin Smith, Winchester (Mass.) Hospital.

Tim Smith, Sharp Memorial Hospital (San Diego).

Kevin Sowers, RN, Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.).

Glenn Steele Jr., MD, Geisinger Medical Center (Danville, Pa.).

David Strong, Rex Hospital (Raleigh, N.C.).

Doug Strong, University Hospital (Ann Arbor, Mich.).

Kevin Tabb, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston).

Barbara Tachovsky, RN, Paoli (Pa.) Hospital.

Mark Tolosky, JD, Baystate Medical Center (Springfield, Mass.).

Jeffrey Thompson, MD, Gundersen Lutheran (La Crosse, Wis.).

Brooks Turkel, Regional Hospital of Scranton (Pa.).

Margaret Van Bree, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital (Houston).

Matthew Van Vranken, Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital (Grand Rapids, Mich.).

Larry Volkmar, RN, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center (Phoenix).

Glenn Waters, Morton Plant Hospit

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Question by Phil J: How are Hospitals Responding to Health Insurance Exchanges?
I’m researching for a paper the topic of health insurance exchanges, a prominent component of the PPACA. Does anybody know how hospitals have responded to or prepared for health insurance exchanges? Any news articles from hospital or healthcare officials who have shed light on how these will exchanges will/have affected them? Thanks!

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Answer by bi66al
Call you state insurance commisioner office and ask for health ifo. They will mail you a form where you ask the question or state the problem and answer it for you.Or,call the Fed. gov’t hotline for health insurance and ask them Depending if this Fed or State related.

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At the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, pharmacists are using old-fashioned paper spreadsheets to track their stock of drugs in short supply – a task that takes several hours each day.

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The Nun and the Bureaucrat/Good News…How Hospitals Heal Themselves Book/DVD Set

In The Nun and the Bureaucrat/Good News…How Hospitals Heal Themselves book and documentary video, the people at two large hospital systems explain how lean management methods adopted from Toyota cut costs while improving care and staff morale — without outside funds or government help. This remarkable book/DVD set describes how doctors, nurses, and administrators at SSM Health Care (the Nun) and the Pittsburgh Regional Healthcare Initiative (the Bureaucrat) adapted concepts and tools from the Toyota Production System to recognize and eliminate nonvalue-creating steps in processes. They tackled the complexity of hospitals with a systems thinking approach of viewing and transforming organizations as a whole rather than as a collection of separate parts or departments. What these hospital personnel gained from Toyota, write authors Louis M. Savary and Clare Crawford-Mason, was the knowledge, training, and scientific tools to develop teams of people who could become greater than the sum of their parts, work together more effectively and efficiently, continually improve the processes involved in their jobs, and see how their individual work contributes to the aim of the whole system. The 272-page book and one-hour DVD set is designed and priced to be used as a resource at all levels of healthcare organizations, companies, schools, or government agencies. The set was developed to help people see work with what one leader called new eyes. Rather than focusing on solving the problems of the individual parts of an organization, management and employees in The Nun and the Bureaucrat/Good News… set learned how to focus on creating a cooperative environment in which people pursued continuous improvement of processes, the larger system, and themselves.

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