The very first requirement in a hospital is that it should do the sick no harm.
Successful delivery of 21st century hospital healthcare comes with more clinical challenges and more operational quality thresholds to surpass. American Health works with several hospital quality improvement experts who have worked at all levels in a hospital, held administrator and clinical operating roles, and have experienced most of the problems that that newly constructed or existing hospitals experience today. To be successful, hospitals have to work hard to meet international standards.
American Health’s Hospital Assessment and Quality Improvement services are led by a group of senior health care executives who have many years of experience managing leading hospitals and clinics throughout the United States. Our team members are not academics, nor professional consultants; each of them has been personally responsible for building and managing hospitals and clinics, recruiting staff and building high-performing organizations and leading management programs to improve medical outcomes and deliver outstanding patient care.
At the hospital department level, American Health works with a team of physician, nursing clinicians and leaders from prestigious medical facilities such as Harvard, Cornell, Columbia and other acclaimed institutions to provide an in-depth review of current practices and offer a comprehensive plan for a Center of Excellence in the reviewed specialty area.
Current Programs Available for Hospital Administrators and Department Staff
Please click on any of the following links to learn more:
- Creating Hospital Centers of Excellence
- Enhancing Hospital Nursing Care
- New Hospital Launch and Quality Improvement
- Existing Hospital Quality Improvement to meet JCI Standards
- Center of Excellence – Emergency Care and Trauma
- American Health Leadership Academy – Emergency Medicine
- American Health Fellowship Programs
- Nursing Development Programs
Check back frequently for new programs offered by American Health Educational Partners.
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