Updated: Apr 21
OSBORNE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HONORED BY THE CHARTIS CENTER FOR RURAL HEALTH AS A 2021 TOP 100 CRITICAL ACCESS HOSPITAL
March 11, 2021 – Osborne County Memorial (OCMH) in Osborne, KS, today announced it has been recognized as a 2021 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital. Compiled by The Chartis Center for Rural Health, this 11th annual recognition program honors outstanding performance among the nation’s rural hospitals based on the results of the Hospital Strength INDEX®.
“I am so proud of the providers and employees at OCMH for obtaining this status four years in a row. Everyone at OCMH worked hard last year to open our new facility and dealing with the pandemic all at the same time,” said Marianna Harris, OCMH CEO. “Even with these challenges OCMH maintained providing excellent service and quality of care to our patients.”
“The Top 100 program continues to illuminate strategies and innovation for delivering higher quality care and better outcomes within rural communities,” said Michael Topchik, National Leader, The Chartis Center for Rural Health. “We are delighted to be able to spotlight the efforts of these facilities through the INDEX framework.”
Over the course of the last 11 years, the INDEX has grown to become the industry’s most comprehensive and objective assessment of rural hospital performance. Based entirely on public data and utilizing 36 independent indicators, the INDEX assesses rural hospitals across eight pillars of performance, including market share, quality, outcomes, patient perspective, cost, charge, and financial efficiency. The INDEX framework is widely used across the nation by independent rural hospitals, health systems with rural footprints and state offices of rural health, which provide access to INDEX analytics through grant-funded initiatives.
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