Forrest General’s Hospice receives Strategic Healthcare Programs’ Best Superior Performer Award
Forrest General’s Hospice received the Strategic Healthcare Programs’ (SHP) Best Superior Performer Award.
The award recognizes the hospital for achieving an overall score that ranked within the top 20% in the SHP national Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Hospice benchmark and above the SHP national average for each CAHPS hospice quality measure in the 2017 calendar year.
“Our team works hard to provide high quality care to our patients and their loved ones. It is a huge honor to be recognized by such a prestigious organization and confirms that we are offering the best possible care and compassion for our patients,” said Melita Miller, director, Forrest General Home Care, Hospice, and Asbury Hospice House.
This annual program acknowledges home health and hospice providers who have proven to provide high quality care to their patients. The CAHPS surveys are given to caregivers who score the care their loved one has received; this data is then compared to national quality standards and ranked next to other providers. According to the SHP website, “With the largest HHCAHPS benchmark in the nation, SHP is in a unique position to identify and recognize organizations that have made patient satisfaction a priority and have been rewarded for their efforts with high marks on the HHCAHPS survey.”
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Caption: Left to right, First Row: Elizabeth Guice, Debbie Davis, Melita Miller, director, Becky Pardue, assistant director, Nadia Clark, Meg Paul
Second row: Riccara Keyes, Dorinda Ralston, Jo Ann Thompson, Vanessa Hartfield, Stacey James Paige Pattie, Jennifer Keyes, Freda Martin, Marry Moss, Vicki Delk, Nicole Rayburn, Andrea Butler, Jadee Hall, Sherry Amacker
Third row: Matt Martin, Ken Roberts, Bonny Bounds and Marilyn Laird.