Last Updated on January 25, 2016 by cassnetwork
Logansport Memorial Hospital is excited to announce a new partnership with Studer Group®, an outcomes-based healthcare performance improvement firm based in Pensacola, Florida.
Logansport Memorial Hospital and Studer Group, a Huron Healthcare solution, share the same commitment to providing the best possible care for patients, their families and the community, as well as the best possible working environment for employees.
Studer Group® has worked with healthcare organizations in the United States, Canada, Australia and beyond, teaching them how to achieve, sustain, and accelerate exceptional clinical, operational, and financial outcomes. Working together, they help bring structure and focus to organizations through the creation of aligned, accountable cultures and help set them up to be able to execute quickly. It’s this commitment to helping organizations accelerate their ability to execute that led to Studer Group receiving the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
“My vision for this partnership is to see how what our employees and leaders do together with guidance from Studer Group can improve the patient and employee experience at our hospital,” says Perry Gay, President and CEO. “We need to achieve measured improvement in how our patients and community perceive us, as well as to increase our employee and patient satisfaction. With help from Studer Group, we will standardize everything we are already doing well, and build more accountability into each process. By doing that, we will position LMH farther ahead of our competitors and make it a better place for our patients and our employees.”
Studer Group CEO and President, BG Porter, looks forward to this working relationship.
“Studer Group works with organizations to help them get better in areas that they are already focused on, such as quality, service, finance, growth, and people,” said Porter. “Through our work together, I believe we can make Logansport Memorial Hospital a better place for employees to work, for physicians to practice medicine and for patients to receive care.”