Business and healthcare leaders from Carroll County met today at Carroll County Memorial Hospital for a roundtable discussion on Medicaid Reform and Senate Bill 419. SB419 which was debated in committee Thursday morning reforms Medicaid in Missouri by reducing waste, fraud and abuse, focusing on Missouri solutions for Missouri specific issues, promotes personal responsibility and ensures the quality of care.
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CCMH was able to implement a Career Advancement Program for Professional Nurses through a grant with the Missouri Hospital Association. The career ladder was rolled out in April of 2014. After hard work and dedication to the Nursing Profession, CCMH, our patients, and our community, I am pleased to announce that Mikki Sue Ford has successfully challenged the Career Ladder and is an RN 2!
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Carroll County Memorial Hospital honors the outstanding performance of a team member.
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Lake Ozark, Mo. — The Missouri Hospital Association has awarded a Governance Excellence certificate to Jim Gibson to acknowledge his completion of its new voluntary educational program for hospital board members. Mr. Gibson honored Thursday, June 13, at the MHA Leadership Forum in Lake Ozark, Mo.
“Not for profit board governance requires a special person with unique skill sets,“ says Jeff Tindle, CEO Carroll County Memorial Hospital. “Most bring their commitment and devotion to the organization as their number one skill set. Some Board members want to bring even more and along with their business experience seek specialized training and that is certainly the case with Jim Gibson. Achieving the Governance Excellence Certificate from Missouri Hospital Association is a true testament to Jim’s commitment to Carroll County Memorial Hospital. We are very grateful to Jim’s commitment and successful completion of this important certification.”
The Governance Excellence Certificate Program was launched in 2011 to enhance hospital trustees’ skills and provide them with increased knowledge of issues in hospital governance to help them make effective decisions for their organizations.
“Hospitals are complex organizations,” said Herb B. Kuhn, MHA president and CEO. “To add value to decisions about hospital operations and support a hospital’s work in the community, a trustee must have a thorough understanding of a range of responsibilities in governance practices and the integration of the hospital’s mission and values. The Governance Excellence Certificate Program is designed to expand trustees’ knowledge base and provide enhanced decision-making skills.”
To complete the certificate program, trustees were required to attend a day-long session at MHA’s annual convention in November 2012 and complete six of eight independent study modules. The 27 certificate recipients recognized June 13 serve as trustees at 19 Missouri hospitals.
For more information about Carroll County Memorial Hospital, visit our website www.carrollcountyhospital.org or call 660-542-1695.
The Missouri Hospital Association is a not-for-profit association in Jefferson City that represents 152 Missouri hospitals. In addition to representation and advocacy on behalf of its membership, the association offers continuing education programs on current health care topics and seeks to educate the public, as well as legislative representatives, about health care issues.