New syllabus of 000-421 is available now

Unsuccessful 000-421 exam? You should not be free 000-421 real questions accessible on the internet which usually is outdated plus invalid. Real 000-421 VCE are usually updated on a normal basis. Killexams.com is continually operating to keep 000-421 brain dumps up-to-date, valid, and examined. You are just required to download completely free practice test before a person registers for a complete copy of 000-421 study guide. Practice guarantees that you sit down in a real 000-421 examination. You will notice how our 000-421 cram functions.

Exam Code: 000-421 Practice test 2022 by Killexams.com team
InfoSphere DataStage v8.5
IBM teaching
Killexams : IBM teaching - BingNews http://www.bing.com:80/news/search?q=IBM+teaching&cc=us&format=RSS Search results Killexams : IBM teaching - BingNews http://www.bing.com:80/news/search?q=IBM+teaching&cc=us&format=RSS https://killexams.com/exam_list/IBM Killexams : List: PIH Health in the top 15 in the nation

PIH Health has been named to the Fortune/Merative 15 Top Health Systems List.

This is the second time PIH Health has been recognized with this honor. In the annual list published by Fortune, PIH Health is listed as one of the top five medium-sized health care systems in the nation and the only health provider in Los Angeles County to be included.

Among its medical centers is PIH Health Good Samaritan Hospital.

Merative (formerly IBM Watson Health), a data, analytics and technology partner for the health industry, has identified the top health systems from a rigorous evaluation of 349 health systems and 3,206 hospitals that are members of health systems.

The annual list recognizes excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency and patient experience. Merative established the list to help identify top performance benchmarks that may help other healthcare organizations achieve consistent, balanced and sustainable high performance.

Recognition as one of the Fortune/Merative 15 Top Health Systems demonstrates PIH Health’s ongoing commitment to prioritize patient-centered care. As compared to their peer health systems, the organizations included on the Fortune/Merative 15 Top Health Systems list had better results on performance indicators intended to measure clinical outcomes, operational efficiency and patient experience. These include lower inpatient mortality rates and fewer patient complications, considering patient severity; care that resulted in fewer health care associated infections; and lower 30-day readmission rates.

In addition, PIH Health Whittier Hospital has been included on the Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list for the seventh time, placing among the 25 top teaching hospitals. From small community hospitals to major teaching hospitals, organizations on this list demonstrate a commitment to high value, patient-centered care and innovation.

According to Merative, as compared to similar hospitals, the hospitals included on the Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list had better results on key clinical and operational performance indicators.

These include survival rates, patient complications, health care associated infections, 30-day mortality and 30-day hospitalwide readmission rates, length of stay, throughput in emergency departments, inpatient expenses, profitability and ratings from patients.

The 100 Top Hospitals list also incorporates a community health measure into its ranking process in which hospitals were surveyed on contributions as a provider of critical services for community health and preventive care; contributions to community health as a community partner teaming up with local organizations to implement critical programs; and promotion of community health through their practices as anchor institutions supporting local economic and social progress.

“PIH Health is honored to receive these prestigious recognitions once again,” said James R. West, PIH Health president and chief executive officer.

“These awards exemplify our continuous commitment to our patients and communities, and are a testament to our exceptional employees and medical staff who uphold standards for high-quality care every day. We applaud their consistent efforts and unwavering dedication to outstanding care for all we serve.”

Sun, 17 Jul 2022 23:00:00 -0500 en text/html http://www.ladowntownnews.com/business/list-pih-health-in-the-top-15-in-the-nation/article_d58ac780-0491-11ed-938a-2b4abd6f8152.html
Killexams : Frank Klauda, Rochester booster who survived World War II, dies at 97

Frank Klauda wasn't defined by the bombs he dodged during World War II. Nor was he defined by his work at IBM, or appraising jewelry, teaching math for nuns, greeting people at Mayo Clinic or volunteering in the Rochester community.

His family and friends say he was defined by his kindness, his friendliness and his gratitude for life in his chosen country once the U.S. took in a young Hungarian electrical engineer after the end of the largest war the globe had ever seen.

Klauda, who liked to consider his birthday the day he first set foot on American soil in 1949, died June 23 at his home in Rochester. He was 97.

"He was a gentle man, and he was a gentleman," his daughter Mary Klauda said.

Klauda was born Aug. 4, 1924, in Vienna. He decided in 1944 to leave home in Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary, and head west, hoping to meet with the Allied forces as Germany faced defeat. He spent five months trekking through Europe as co-workers at the Philips Electronics Company sought to move the business to a neutral country, at one point enduring a three-hour bombing assault in Austria.

He met American soldiers, who taught him his first English words, and left from West Germany a few years later on a ship with 300 other displaced people to work in the U.S.

Klauda had plans to work as a janitor at a Catholic women's college in Iowa, but the nuns in charge hired him after learning he had studied in Munich. It was there he learned the intricacies of the English language, according to Frank's son Paul Klauda, a Star Tribune editor.

"He would always say that some of the first words [American GIs] taught him were ones that were unsuitable for civil conversation," Paul Klauda said. "When he let fly with any of those words in front of the nuns, they quickly told him these words were not suitable for the kinds of conversations they were having."

Klauda married his first wife, Barbara Lee, and eventually moved to Minnesota in 1957 to take a job with IBM in Rochester. His family credits Barbara for softening up Frank a bit, getting him to broaden his horizons from his typically logical, problem-solving perspective.

Barbara died of cancer in 1985; he was later married to Betty Rian until her death in 2018.

He retired from IBM in 1982 and taught himself gemology, which turned into a career as an independent jewelry appraiser in the area for many years. Klauda spent time working with the local United Way, the Rochester Exchange Club and eventually as a longtime volunteer greeter at Mayo Clinic.

Along the way, he would make friends with everyone he met and often touted Rochester as "the greatest city in the world."

"He was the epitome of cordiality," Bill Watson said. Watson's father, Roy, who died in 2012, was friends with Frank for more than four decades and the pair would often golf.

Klauda often found more passions than he had time for. He quit smoking in 1969 and became a health advocate, jogging laps around his backyard in a memorable orange sherbet-colored track suit in the days before running through neighborhoods became an acceptable fitness activity.

He finished an autobiography, mainly for his family's sake, and often wrote of his perspective on current events. In the years before his passing, he regularly walked, visited people and kept a detailed journal.

"He wasn't going to just sit in front of the TV and waste away," Paul Klauda said.

Frank Klauda is survived by seven children, 12 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and, via his late second wife's seven children, another 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services will be held July 19 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Rochester.

Sat, 16 Jul 2022 06:00:00 -0500 Trey Mewes text/html https://www.startribune.com/frank-klauda-rochester-booster-who-survived-world-war-ii-dies-at-97/600190763/
Killexams : Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Teaching AI to ask clinical questions

Physicians often query a patient’s electronic health record for information that helps them make treatment decisions, but the cumbersome nature of these records hampers the process. Research has shown that even when a doctor has been trained to use an electronic health record (EHR), finding an answer to just one question can take, on average, more than eight minutes.

The more time physicians must spend navigating an oftentimes clunky EHR interface, the less time they have to interact with patients and provide treatment.

Researchers have begun developing machine-learning models that can streamline the process by automatically finding information physicians need in an EHR. However, training effective models requires huge datasets of relevant medical questions, which are often hard to come by due to privacy restrictions. Existing models struggle to generate authentic questions — those that would be asked by a human doctor — and are often unable to successfully find correct answers.

To overcome this data shortage, researchers at MIT partnered with medical experts to study the questions physicians ask when reviewing EHRs. Then, they built a publicly available dataset of more than 2,000 clinically relevant questions written by these medical experts.

When they used their dataset to train a machine-learning model to generate clinical questions, they found that the model asked high-quality and authentic questions, as compared to practice questions from medical experts, more than 60 percent of the time.

With this dataset, they plan to generate vast numbers of authentic medical questions and then use those questions to train a machine-learning model which would help doctors find sought-after information in a patient’s record more efficiently.

“Two thousand questions may sound like a lot, but when you look at machine-learning models being trained nowadays, they have so much data, maybe billions of data points. When you train machine-learning models to work in health care settings, you have to be really creative because there is such a lack of data,” says lead author Eric Lehman, a graduate student in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).

The senior author is Peter Szolovits, a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) who heads the Clinical Decision-Making Group in CSAIL and is also a member of the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab. The research paper, a collaboration between co-authors at MIT, the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, IBM Research, and the doctors and medical experts who helped create questions and participated in the study, will be presented at the annual conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics.

“Realistic data is critical for training models that are relevant to the task yet difficult to find or create,” Szolovits says. “The value of this work is in carefully collecting questions asked by clinicians about patient cases, from which we are able to develop methods that use these data and general language models to ask further plausible questions.”

Data deficiency

The few large datasets of clinical questions the researchers were able to find had a host of issues, Lehman explains. Some were composed of medical questions asked by patients on web forums, which are a far cry from physician questions. Other datasets contained questions produced from templates, so they are mostly identical in structure, making many questions unrealistic.

“Collecting high-quality data is really important for doing machine-learning tasks, especially in a health care context, and we’ve shown that it can be done,” Lehman says.

To build their dataset, the MIT researchers worked with practicing physicians and medical students in their last year of training. They gave these medical experts more than 100 EHR discharge summaries and told them to read through a summary and ask any questions they might have. The researchers didn’t put any restrictions on question types or structures in an effort to gather natural questions. They also asked the medical experts to identify the “trigger text” in the EHR that led them to ask each question.

For instance, a medical expert might read a note in the EHR that says a patient’s past medical history is significant for prostate cancer and hypothyroidism. The trigger text “prostate cancer” could lead the expert to ask questions like “date of diagnosis?” or “any interventions done?”

They found that most questions focused on symptoms, treatments, or the patient’s test results. While these findings weren’t unexpected, quantifying the number of questions about each broad Topic will help them build an effective dataset for use in a real, clinical setting, says Lehman.

Once they had compiled their dataset of questions and accompanying trigger text, they used it to train machine-learning models to ask new questions based on the trigger text.

Then the medical experts determined whether those questions were “good” using four metrics: understandability (Does the question make sense to a human physician?), triviality (Is the question too easily answerable from the trigger text?), medical relevance (Does it makes sense to ask this question based on the context?), and relevancy to the trigger (Is the trigger related to the question?).

Cause for concern

The researchers found that when a model was given trigger text, it was able to generate a good question 63 percent of the time, whereas a human physician would ask a good question 80 percent of the time.

They also trained models to recover answers to clinical questions using the publicly available datasets they had found at the outset of this project. Then they tested these trained models to see if they could find answers to “good” questions asked by human medical experts.

The models were only able to recover about 25 percent of answers to physician-generated questions.

“That result is really concerning. What people thought were good-performing models were, in practice, just awful because the evaluation questions they were testing on were not good to begin with,” Lehman says.

The team is now applying this work toward their initial goal: building a model that can automatically answer physicians’ questions in an EHR. For the next step, they will use their dataset to train a machine-learning model that can automatically generate thousands or millions of good clinical questions, which can then be used to train a new model for automatic question answering.

While there is still much work to do before that model could be a reality, Lehman is encouraged by the strong initial results the team demonstrated with this dataset.

Fri, 15 Jul 2022 16:40:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://indiaeducationdiary.in/massachusetts-institute-of-technology-teaching-ai-to-ask-clinical-questions/
Killexams : St. Luke’s named a top hospital

Published July 16. 2022 09:05AM

St. Luke’s University Health Network has been named to the 2022 Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list, formerly known as the IBM/ Watson Health 100 Top Hospital list.

Though the sponsoring company has changed over the years, the methodology behind the rankings remains the same as in prior years.

This list is determined using independent and objective research to analyze hospital performance.

Organizations do not apply or pay for this honor or pay to promote their award. Award-winning hospitals serve as a model of excellence for the industry. The annual list is now published by Fortune Magazine. For more information, visit http://www.100tophospitals.com/.

This is the 10th time St. Luke’s has been recognized with this honor as one of the top performing health systems in the U.S.

St. Luke’s is the only hospital in the greater Lehigh Valley region to earn this distinction.

Merative, (IBM Watson Health) a data, analytics and technology partner for the health industry, has identified for 2022 the top hospitals from a rigorous evaluation of 2,650 short-term, acute care, nonfederal hospitals in the U.S. The annual list recognizes excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience, and financial health.

As part of this distinction, St. Luke’s Bethlehem and Allentown campuses were recognized as Number 2 of the 15 Best Major Teaching Hospitals in the U.S.

St. Luke’s Anderson campus was also recognized as Number 2 of the 15 Best Teaching Hospitals in the USA.

“These awards are particularly meaningful because they represent the outstanding healing environment that we provide to patients day in and day out when doing so requires our undivided attention and during a once in two generation pandemic,” said Rick Anderson, president and CEO of St. Luke’s University Health Network.

Recognition as one of the Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals (IBM Watson Health) demonstrates St. Luke’s ongoing commitment to prioritize patient-centered care. According to Merative, compared to similar hospitals, the hospitals included on the Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list had outstanding outcomes on key clinical and operational performance indicators. These outcomes include survival rates, patient complications, health care associated infections, 30-day mortality and 30-day hospitalwide readmission rates, length of stay, throughput in emergency departments, inpatient expenses, profitability and ratings from patients.

Sat, 16 Jul 2022 01:08:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.tnonline.com/20220716/st-lukes-named-a-top-hospital/
Killexams : Tampa General ranks as top teaching hospital in Florida, among top 15 in U.S.

'We are committed to enhancing the quality of health care while making it more accessible and affordable to everyone.'

Tampa General Hospital is raising the bar yet again for quality health care standards in Florida.

The leading Tampa Bay academic medical center recently received another national recognition as the only top major teaching hospital in Florida and one of the Top 15 in the country by 2022 Fortune/Merative (formerly IBM Watson Health).

“We are proud of this recognition, as it not only reflects our team members’ and physicians’ commitment to patient safety, experience and clinical outcomes but also emphasizes Tampa General’s focus on designing the future of health care,” said John Couris, TGH president and CEO.

In addition to ranking in the Top 15, TGH is also one of 25 hospitals to receive the 2022 Everest Award. This award recognizes hospitals that demonstrate the highest performance and fastest long-term improvement.

In partnership with Merative, a data, analytics and technology company, Fortune identified the top 2,650 short-term, acute care, non-federal hospitals in the United States. The ranking process considers patient-centered care and critical clinical and operational performances, including clinical outcomes, survival rates, patient complications, health care association infections, operational efficiency, patient experience and ratings, financial health and more.

Another part of the Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list is a commitment to community health.

Hospitals were surveyed across three components: Hospital contributions to community health as a provider of critical services for community health and preventive care; hospital contributions as a community partner with local organizations to implement critical programs; and focusing on ways hospitals promote community health through their practices and supporting local economic and social progress.

“We are committed to enhancing the quality of health care while making it more accessible and affordable to everyone,” said Couris. “As a leading academic medical center in the United States, we are also committed to providing world-class training to the next generation of doctors, nurses and specialists, as well as transforming the way our hospital operates to provide better care for our patients in the future.

Post Views: 0

Thu, 07 Jul 2022 10:41:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://floridapolitics.com/archives/537321-tampa-general-ranks-as-top-teaching-hospital-in-florida-among-top-15-in-u-s/
Killexams : Tampa General Hospital Only Major Teaching Hospital in Florida to be Named to the 2022 Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals® List

Wed, 06 Jul 2022 06:23:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.djournal.com/news/nation-world/tampa-general-hospital-only-major-teaching-hospital-in-florida-to-be-named-to-the-2022/article_35f19e03-a048-5af6-9598-a63156810084.html Killexams : 10 Best Classic Edutainment Video Games, Ranked No result found, try new keyword!Edutainment games have received mixed reception, but the best rise above expectations, delivering valuable information and an exciting experience. Sat, 16 Jul 2022 11:16:12 -0500 en-us text/html https://www.msn.com/en-us/entertainment/gaming/10-best-classic-edutainment-video-games-ranked/ar-AAZEBV9 Killexams : King Saud University, IBM to team up to equip Saudi youth with skills of future No result found, try new keyword!IBM will provide KSU students and faculty with access to IBM tools, software, courseware and cloud accounts for teaching, learning, and non-commercial research. In addition, through the IBM Skills ... Tue, 28 Jun 2022 05:58:00 -0500 text/html https://www.itp.net/business/king-saud-university-ibm-to-team-up-to-equip-saudi-youth-with-skills-of-future Killexams : Skip to Content

100 Top Hospitals

To conduct the Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals study, IBM Watson Health researchers evaluated 2,675 short-term, acute care, non-federal U.S. hospitals. All research was based on the following public data sets: Medicare cost reports, Medicare Provider Analysis and Review (MEDPAR) data, and core measures and patient satisfaction data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Hospital Compare website. Hospitals do not apply for awards, and winners do not pay to market this honor. For more information, visit http://www.100tophospitals.com/.

Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals 2020: Teaching Hospitals

Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals 2020: Community Hospitals

Class definition
Each hospital is defined within a class based on their bed size and teaching status.
Major Teaching - 208 Hospitals
Teaching - 605 Hospitals
Large Community - 254 Hospitals
Medium Community - 774 Hospitals
Small Community - 834 Hospitals

Final rank
Final rank is determined based on performance for all individual measures. Hospitals are ranked within their Class definition group.

New community health measure for 2021

For the 2021 100 Top Hospitals Study, we focused on the three components proposed by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative and the Center for Health Equity at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health that would be derived from a hospital survey. The survey focuses on the role that a hospital can play including: (1) acting as a healthcare provider to provide services critical for community health and offering critical preventive services; (2) acting as a partner and teaming up with local organizations to implement critical programs; and (3) acting as an anchor institution and supporting local economic and social progress.

The community health measure is measured as a percentage. 100% is the highest score possible. Submitting a survey and sharing your data is 25% (data transparency). Each of the other components of the survey – hospital as a provider, hospital as a partner, and hospital as an anchor institution is worth an additional 25%. In order to receive the full 25% for each component, hospitals needed to attest to at least half of the best practice standards.

Hospital measure domains          

Clinical outcomes
There are five clinical measures used in the scorecard. Measures include (1) risk-adjusted IP mortality, (2) risk-adjusted complications, (3) healthcare associated infections*, (4) 30-day mortality and (5) 30-day readmissions. *Healthcare associated infections are excluded for the Small Community Hospitals peer group.

Operational efficiency
There are four operational efficiency measures used in the scorecard: (1) emergency department thoughput, (2) severity adjusted length of stay, (3) Medicare spending per beneficiary and (4) adjusted inpatient expense per discharge.

Patient experience
The patient experience measure reflects the overall patient rating from the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey tool.

Financial health
The financial health measure used in the scorecard is adjusted operating profit margin.

Stars key:

  • 5 stars (★★★★★) = Hospital performing at top quintile (>80-100%) within their peer group
  • 4 stars (★★★★) = Hospital performing within second quintile (>60-80%) within their peer group
  • 3 stars (★★★) = Hospital performing within third quintile (>40-60%) within their peer group
  • 2 stars (★★) = Hospital performing within fourth quintile (>20-40%) within their peer group
  • 1 star (★) = Hospital performing in the bottom quintile (0-20%) within their peer group

Community health survey performance
The community health survey performance is based on the three survey components recommended by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative and the Center for Health Equity at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The performance is measured as a percentage.

15 Top Health Systems

To conduct the IBM Watson Health 15 Top Health Systems study, IBM Watson Health researchers evaluated 324 health systems and 2,522 hospitals that are members of health systems. All research was based on the following public data sets: Medicare cost reports, Medicare Provider Analysis and Review (MEDPAR) data, and core measures and patient satisfaction data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Hospital Compare website. Health Systems and Hospitals do not apply for awards, and winners do not pay to market this honor. For more information, visit http://www.100tophospitals.com/

Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals 2021: Health Systems

Class definition
Each health system is defined within a class based on their total operating expense, number of U.S states in which they have member hospitals and the number of member hospitals:
Large Health Systems - 129 Health Systems
Medium Health Systems - 92 Health Systems
Small Health Systems - 103 Health Systems

Final rank
Final rank is determined based on performance for all individual measures. Hospitals are ranked within their peer group.

Hospital measure domains

Clinical outcomes
There are five clinical measures used in the scorecard. Measures include (1) risk-adjusted IP mortality, (2) risk-adjusted complications, (3) healthcare associated infections*, (4) 30-day mortality and (5) 30-day readmissions. *Healthcare associated infections are excluded for the Small Community Hospitals peer group.

Operational efficiency
There are three operational efficiency measures used in the scorecard: (1) emergency department thoughput, (2) severity adjusted length of stay, and (3) Medicare spending per beneficiary.

Patient experience
The patient experience measure reflects the overall patient rating from the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey tool.

Stars key:

  • 5 stars (★★★★★) = Hospital performing at top quintile (>80-100%) within their peer group
  • 4 stars (★★★★) = Hospital performing within second quintile (>60-80%) within their peer group
  • 3 stars (★★★) = Hospital performing within third quintile (>40-60%) within their peer group
  • 2 stars (★★) = Hospital performing within fourth quintile (>20-40%) within their peer group
  • 1 star (★) = Hospital performing in the bottom quintile (0-20%) within their peer group

IBM, Watson Health and 100 Top Hospitals are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States and other countries. FORTUNE is a trademark of Fortune Media IP Limited; registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Thu, 07 Jul 2022 05:55:00 -0500 en text/html https://fortune.com/franchise-list-page/methodology-ibm-watson-health-100-top-hospitals-2021/amp/
Killexams : Matt Wille: Munson among 100 top hospitals — Raising the standard again

Munson Medical Center recently learned that it qualified as one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals for the 15th time.

The recognition comes from a collaboration between Merative, formerly IBM Watson Health, and Fortune, which publishes the magazine with the same name.

Traverse City’s hospital was listed as among the top 15 teaching hospitals in the nation based on its bed size and teaching status.

To achieve a top 100 ranking is never easy. The last time Munson Medical Center received it was 2011.

In releasing the top 100 list for 2022, Merative/Fortune considered 2,650 short-term, acute care, and non-federal U.S. hospitals.

They evaluated each one on inpatient outcomes, extended outcomes, processes of care, operational efficiency, financial health and patient experience using publicly available data.

The organizations said this year also included evaluation on a community health measure, which was equally weighted with other ranked measures.

The analysis looked at Medicare cost reports, Medicare Provider Analysis and Review data, as well as core measures and patient satisfaction data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Munson Medical Center was one of 203 major teaching hospitals evaluated. We are a teaching hospital because we host both Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and Michigan State University Osteopathic Medicine medical students, as well as our Munson Healthcare Family Practice Residency. We also are a teaching center for nursing students, respiratory therapists, pharmacy residents, as well as other disciplines. We are just launching a new collaboration with Pine Rest for a rural psychiatric residency program.

These residents and students quickly understand that patient safety and quality care are vital to any effort in this health system.

Quality care requires a commitment every day. Merative/Fortune’s analysis found that the hospitals on the list had lower inpatient mortality when considering patient severity, fewer patient complications, delivered care that resulted in fewer hospital acquired infections, scored higher on patient ratings of their overall patient experience and much more.

Munson Medical Center also was recently recognized again by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for the ninth time for its high-quality stroke care.

The pandemic has taken a toll on the healthcare sector and on our healthcare system as well. But every day, our staff and physicians continue to dedicate themselves to providing high quality care to each and every person who comes through our doors.

I remain thankful for the amazing efforts of our staff and physicians and the continued support from our community that helps ensure this hospital remains available to meet the needs of this region.

We do not care for patients because we want to be recognized. People in healthcare do it because they just plain care.

At Munson Medical Center and all of Munson Healthcare, our intent is to Boost the lives of our communities.

The recognition is appreciated and hopefully informs everyone in our community that their hospital remains the right place to seek help should a health crisis try to sideline their family or themselves.

We remain here for you.

Matt Wille is president and chief executive officer of Munson Medical Center.

Wed, 13 Jul 2022 08:46:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.record-eagle.com/news/the_biz/matt-wille-munson-among-100-top-hospitals-raising-the-standard-again/article_39642382-0131-11ed-be60-a338f0fbab9a.html
000-421 exam dump and training guide direct download
Training Exams List