Carroll County Memorial Hospital has partnered with Press Ganey Associates to collect and measure patient satisfaction feedback. For more than 30 years, Press Ganey’s mission has been to support health care providers in understanding and improving the entire patient experience.
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Keeping your body hydrated is very important, but during the hot summer months, it is even more essential. In high temperatures, we lose more water than normal through sweating.
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Carroll County Memorial Hospital is again offering Outpatient Surgical Services. The hospital is continuing to improve the quality of healthcare it is able to provide to the citizens of Carroll County and beyond.
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The Missouri Hospital Association (MHA) released this week a report that illustrates the equivalent value of the $2 billion in federal dollars that will not come to Missouri in 2014 because of the inaction by the Missouri General Assembly in 2013 to reform Medicaid. This is an initiative again during this legislative session.
The report outlines the impact if the state doesn’t extend coverage this year, taxpayer dollars from Missouri will again go to other states next year to improve their health and health care systems while the costs of the uninsured are shifted to businesses and individuals. The report illustrates that in Missouri, $2 billion equals the following:
The report goes on to quantify the value of $2 billion in common treatments and interventions:
The report is intended to educate Missourians about the importance of action by the General Assembly this year. Missouri workers, businesses and health care providers can’t afford to wait another year.
Jeff Tindle, Chief Operating Officer of Carroll County Memorial Hospital, shared the local impact of this financial struggle, "As a small rural hospital, every dollar matters. No one can afford to throw away money but this is especially true for those of us in rural America. Like or dislike the current administration, the fact is Carroll County Memorial Hospital treats patients every day that we are not able to get paid for our services and supplies rendered. Many of those patients will qualify for the Medicaid expansion program that the federal government is assisting states establish. Why Missouri Legislators are not creating a way to participate and receive these funds if puzzling to those of us trying to manage healthcare systems. The impact of these dollars not being received by Missouri are pretty amazing."