A record number 1,324 hospitals participated in the survey, which measured performance in patient safety and quality. Specifically, the survey focused on three critical areas of hospital care: how patients fare; resource use; and management structures in place to prevent errors. Demonstrating the highest standards in quality of care and resource use, Top Hospitals have lower infection rates, higher survival rates for high-risk procedures, decreased length of stay and fewer readmissions.
- As CHOC’s new senior vice president and chief medical officer, Dr. Godambe hopes to build on CHOC’s excellence through improvement science.
Senior scientist to leave after 26 years with Research Institute positioned for continued growth, successDr. Phil Schwartz loves to cook and create new therapies for kids with rare diseases. After 26 years at CHOC, he’s retiring.
- Three of CHOC’s MI3 internship alumni embark on a new, exciting journey together: attending the same medical school.