Leadership

HBHS Recognized

Posted by on Jan 30, 2019 in Leadership, Patient Care, Support

HBHS Recognized

Health center achieves patient-centered milestone By Robin L. Flanigan –  January 28, 2019 Three years ago, before the community health center His Branches partnered with Common Ground Health, this was a typical scenario: Moments into a patient’s visit, Medical Director Dr. Matthew Mack would realize he didn’t have the MRI results he needed. He’d then dart to the front of the office to find out where they were. A secretary would search for, and ultimately find, them—just in time for the patient’s visit to end. “There was zero foresight and the stress level was much higher,” he recalls....

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Satcher Awards 4/25

Posted by on Apr 17, 2018 in Leadership

Satcher Awards 4/25

Keynote by David Satcher The ninth annual Dr. David Satcher Community Health Improvement Awards and Special Grand Rounds features a keynote lecture by David Satcher ’72M (Res), the 16th Surgeon General of the United States. The event runs from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at URMC in the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1W304), School of Nursing. Register online. Free parking is available in the Saunders Research Building parking lot. Direct questions to Gail Hamilton at 224-3050 or by email. ASL interpreters will be available, and the event can be viewed live...

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CCHF 2017 Conference

Posted by on Aug 22, 2017 in Leadership, Staff

CCHF 2017 Conference

CCHF Conference Recap Thanks to all who attended, and to all who shared their experiences and ideas. We have already started working on CCHF Conference 2018. We are putting together a prayer team now for next year’s conference. Prayer is our priority, and prayer makes a huge difference as we plan and produce the conference.  We want Christ at the center throughout every aspect. He is the Alpha and Omega, and we want to honor Him as such in the conference. If you are willing to be part of the prayer team, let us know by dropping us an email at:...

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Population Health

Posted by on Jan 28, 2017 in Leadership, Patient Care

Population Health

What does the future hold? In a series of article on Population Health this week in Medical Economics (click on image below) the authors discuss a number of recent developments in medical practice that we’ve been actively involved in at His Branches Health Services over the past few years. One of the primary questions is, how will these changes be affected by the recent shift in power in Washington, DC? What is “population health”? By definition it is “the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group,”...

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Celebrating success

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 in Leadership, Patient Care, Staff

Celebrating success

CMMI program celebrated The success of FLHSA’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) award was highlighted during a celebration with staff and members of the Rochester Health Innovation Collaborative in November. The initiative in 65 primary care practices showed a 50-percent drop in hospital admissions and a 40-percent drop in emergency room visits for people who received care management. His Branches Health Services was an active part of the CMMI project for the past 2+ years and has been extremely grateful for the support and training we have received. Click here to...

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GNOC Banquet

Posted by on Nov 5, 2016 in Leadership, Staff

GNOC Banquet

A Town and Gown Celebration Thursday evening a group of us who serve at Joy Family Medicine scooted out of the office in time to fill a table of 8 at the first annual Gerhardt Neighborhood Outreach Center (GNOC) Banquet. Dr. Morehouse and Susan were joined at the elegant Shadow Lake event by Ali and Greg Reeves, April, Gloria, Jen, and Susan Kerr for a dress-up evening of dinner and great jazz entertainment with Alvin Parris and band where we learned more about the GNOC and heard some wonderfully encouraging testimonies. At the end of the evening an award was presented for “Outstanding...

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