Providing the highest quality of healthcare is something all organizations in the industry aspire to. Maryland’s Franklin Square Hospital Center is one provider that has already demonstrated its commitment to quality through strategic investments and a culture that always strives for improvement. 

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In addition to healthcare services, Florida Medical Clinic conducts clinical research studies. “New and exceptional medications waiting for FDA approval are tested in similar laboratories across the United States,” the clinic says. “Nationwide patient results are monitored and evaluated by the FDA in an effort to constantly improve medical treatments.”

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From the organization’s main office in Lawrence, Mass., and from satellite offices in Lowell, Peabody, Newburyport and North Hampton, N. H., Home Health VNA, affiliated with Merrimack Valley Hospice and HomeCare, Inc., serves 90 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley, Northeastern Mass. and Southern N.H.

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Fairbanks Memorial Hospital has been serving the region for more than 30 years, and it is owned by the people of Fairbanks through the Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation. The facility is operated by Banner Health, a leading nonprofit healthcare system “guided by a mission to make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care,” the hospital says. With a current capacity of 152 licensed beds and an array of programs and services, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital is poised to expand even more in the coming years.

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The importance of medical imaging systems to the quality of care and financial health of hospitals and health systems grows year after year. Since 1994, Shared Imaging has been in a state of consistent growth of its own by providing solutions to providers that would otherwise be left without these critical systems. “Our slogan is ‘caring for today, preparing for tomorrow,’ so we are always trying to get to the next level in terms of what we provide to the market,” said Ray Stachowiak, president and CEO. 

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With healthcare costs rising, it’s now more important than ever that providers across the spectrum of care find better ways to deliver their services, and sometimes this means moving away from the traditional model. Nursing homes and home-health services have dominated the long term care arena for several decades, but Peter Harris said there’s another option that, although all-too-often overlooked, is beneficial for many people: adult daycare services.

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To Kathleen Kuck, president and CEO of Pocono Health System, collaboration is the key to success. That’s why she and her team worked together to create an alignment among staff, administrators, and doctors to better address the needs of the community. And as a result, this health system is offering patients more directed and innovative care, in and out of its hospital.

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Joseph Balbona started designing hospitals 40 years ago when, he said, private patient rooms were ahead of the curve for the first time. As one of the second generation of principals for this 55-year-old firm, he attributes the firm's success not only to experience but to doing things right the first time. 

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