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Karen Barber, CEO, Yoakum Community Hospital, Yoakum, Texas

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Turn Around Efforts Start with a Look at Operations
by Wilson Weber, CHC Executive VP and COO

Hospital leaders may recognize the need for improvement but may not know where to turn. Even before a hospital shows signs of financial distress, the responsible action is to take a close look at areas of operations. Since operations span the entire hospital, a head-to-toe operational assessment may be warranted to fully address financial and performance issues. Taking a thorough look at operations may seem daunting. Consider starting with an evaluation of outsourced contracts; some may have been in place for years and can be renegotiated or even eliminated.
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Community Hospital Corporation announces executive retirements
In a recent press release, Wilson Weber, Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer, Community Hospital Corporation, and Cindy Matthews, Executive VP – Consulting, have announced plans to retire in July of 2018 after years of helping community hospitals improve along a path of stability and success. Upon his retirement planned for July 5, 2018, Weber will have fulfilled 13 years of service with CHC. Matthews has been with CHC since 2007, and plans to retire from the organization on July 2, 2018, after more than 10 years of dedication.
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Helping Communities: Utilizing your Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
Jan 18
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Lisette Hudson, VP Planning, and Valerie Hayes, Senior Planning Analyst, Community Hospital Corporation

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“CHC has helped us significantly improve our hospital’s performance while keeping control of the facility where it belongs – right here at home.”

Karen Barber, CEO, Yoakum Community Hospital, Yoakum, Texas