Congratulations US News & World Report Best Hospitals and Honor Roll Members

September 29, 2016

download-3.jpgCongratulations US News and World Report Best Adult and Children’s Hospitals and Honor Roll Members!

This year, the U.S. News and World Report’s Honor Rolls have included 20 adult hospitals with the highest combined score in 16 categories and 11 children’s hospital with the highest combined score in 3 or more categories.
 TeraRecon would like to congratulate all nominated hospitals for the hard work and care you provide to patients.  85% of the adult hospital honor roll members and 80% of the children’s hospital honor roll members are TeraRecon’s valued customers and we sincerely appreciate your dedication.  We are honored to be a part of  your practice.

Every year since 1990, The U.S. News and World Report has published Best Hospitals National rankings. After reviewing about 5,000 medical centers and responses from approximately 30,000 physician surveys, 153 adult hospitals were ranked across 16 specialties such as cardiology and heart surgery, oncology and diabetes. To be considered for qualification, the hospital or medical center must meet any of the following four criteria: a teaching hospital, an affiliation with a medical school, has at least 200 staffed beds, or has at least 100 beds and offers at least four of eight advanced technologies related to high-quality care (PET/CT Scanner, specific radiation therapies, organ donation, etc.). In four clinical categories, scoring is tabulated entirely from physician specialist surveys. Other specialties are scored using a combination of data driven factors including surveys, patient safety, survival and reputation. 

The Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll rankings were created from a clinical survey sent to 183 hospitals and reputational survey sent to pediatric specialists and subspecialists.  The ranking categories include specialties such as oncology, cardiology, diabetes, gastroenterology, neonatology and others. Scoring includes data compiled from nearly 2,700 pediatric specialist surveys and published data elements such as infection rate and other clinical outcomes.


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