Recent News

Employee Engagement 2014

Recognizing the importance of a highly engaged workforce, the health system embarked on Phase II of the Employee Engagement Survey. Response rates were very good and the results of the survey will be available for review and action planning in the early spring. Engagement surveys for university employees including our clinical faculty will take place later this year to coincide …

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Letter from the GRMA Officers

May 20, 2015 Dear Colleagues, Thanks for all your hard work.  We wanted to send you this ‘heads-up’ and also encouragement to attend our forthcoming GRMA membership meeting on Thursday, May 28th.  In advance, we wanted to let you know that two important events occurred on Thursday, April 23, 2015, we learned more about our system’s finances and we learned …

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Access Enables Quality and Growth

At the intersection of Quality and Clinical Growth lies Access to care.  For GRMA, this means opening up clinic schedules, reducing wait times for patients to obtain appointments, as well as improving patient flow and throughput in our clinics which results in improved Clinical Throughput.  When all of these elements come together in a faculty practice it can become a …

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A Message from the Chairman of the Board of Trustees

Colleagues: As we have sprung forward into Spring, we are also leaping into this season full speed ahead with improved quality and patient safety scores.  You all should be very proud that your hard work as a unified healthcare team has catapulted us into the top 10% of performance among peer hospitals in the Core Measures that Centers for Medicare …

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Meaningful Use – Eligible Provider Stage 2

GRHealth is attesting for Meaningful Use Stage 2 for Eligible Provider in calendar year 2015.  This attestation includes meeting 17 Core measures and 3 out of 6 Menu Set measures as mandated by CMS.  Every Eligible Provider (EP) attesting for Stage 2 needs to meet all of the 17 Core measures and 3 Menu set measures for a successful MU …

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