Regional One Health Profile
This hospital performed 6 total knee replacement surgeries compared to Leapfrog’s standard of 50 procedures annually. Additionally, this hospital does not have protocols in place to ensure that total hip replacement surgery is only performed on patients that meet defined criteria. Hospitals should perform at least 50 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 25 procedures annually. Hospitals should perform at least 16 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 6 procedures annually. The hospital performs at least 20 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensures that each surgeon performs at least 10 procedures annually. Hospitals should perform at least 40 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 15 procedures annually.
“As health care providers, we have a duty to play a part in addressing this public health crisis. As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout our community, requiring vaccinations for staff is the responsible next step to protect our patients, employees and community,” said Dr. Reginald Coopwood, president and CEO of Regional One Health. As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout our community, requiring vaccinations for staff is the responsible next step to protect our patients, employees and community,” said Reginald Coopwood, MD, president and CEO of Regional One Health. Region One Mental Health Center is a comprehensive mental health care provider that offers services in a four county area, including Coahaoma, Quitman, Tallahatchie and Tunica counties.
The system also provides primary care and features an outpatient care center with more than 38 areas of specialty. Full-time, part-time and temporary positions, both administrative and medical, are available in a variety of areas. Patients receive most of their care from nurses, not doctors. When hospitals don’t have enough nurses or the nurses don’t have the right training, patients face a much greater risk of harm. Without enough qualified nurses, patients might face more complications, longer hospital stays, and even death. As part of their process for privileging surgeons, this hospital does not ensure that each surgeon meets or exceeds Leapfrog’s minimum surgeon volume standard of at least 7 procedures annually for open aortic procedures.
Then, hospitals provide feedback on the results to leaders and hospital staff and create plans to improve. The Communication about Medicines measure reflects patients’ feedback on how often hospital staff explained the purpose of any new medicine and what side effects that medicine might have. Effective communication about medicine prevents misunderstandings that could lead to serious problems for a patient. A number lower than one means fewer infections than expected; a number more than one means more infections than expected. This number represents a comparison of the number of infections that actually happened at this hospital to the number of infections expected for this hospital, given the number of patients they care for on a daily basis and how widespread C.
Hospitals should have intensivists present on-site at least eight hours a day, seven days per week or has intensivists present via 24/7 telemedicine with some on-site intensivist presence. When not in the ICU, the intensivist immediately responds to calls and has another physician or trained clinician who can immediately reach the patient. This is defined as mothers being scheduled for cesarean sections or medication inductions prior to 39 weeks gestation without a medical reason. Hospitals should have a rate of early elective deliveries of 5% or less. Hospitals should have fewer than expected central-line associated blood stream infections. Hospitals should have a never events policy that includes all nine actions that should occur following a “never event,” which includes apologizing to the patient and not charging for costs associated with the never event.
Hospital staff regularly clean and maintain urinary catheters to prevent infection. Sign up to get the latest news and analysis from our Business team. The hospital provides written anesthesia consent forms the day of their procedure.