Sun Health is proud to be a non-profit organization that aims to improve the health of an entire population, not just those living within our communities.
How do we make it happen? Here is a snippet of what CEO Ronald Guziak had to say when recently interviewed on ThinkHippo.
With your Care Transitions program, you had some great statistics – notably, the 85 percent reduction in readmissions. As this model continues to grow, what sort of changes do you expect in staffing? People are the most important thing. As the Care Transitions program grows, our focus is to hire the right people to do the work the way we want it done. We’ll continue to use RNs or LPNs to initiate that first stage of the program once the patient is discharged. We’ll remain committed to providing home visits, not just telephone visits – those are the things that differentiate the program. As we begin to serve different generations, we’ll add more technology to the services we provide. We also look at ways to offer support for 90 days and beyond.
Sun Health President and Chief Executive Officer Ron Guziak is one of 10 new members recently elected to Care Continuum Alliance’s (CCA) 2013-14 board of directors. Read the full article here: http://aznow.biz/health-care/sun-health-ceo-named-national-board.
Front Doors News also ran the story.
We are loving YourWestValley.com this month, as they run a SECOND article touting the launch of Holiday Home Tour ticket sales. Grab your ticket here before they are sold out!
And if you live in the West Valley and haven’t already, be sure to sign up for email alerts from YourWestValley.com. This is a wonderful local news website!
A big “thank you” to YourWestValley.com this week for running a wonderful article about our upcoming Community Education event on lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States.
Called “Sun Health Seminar Explores Lung Cancer,” the article shares details of the November 14th event at Banner Boswell Medical Center, where Dr. Biggs of the Arizona Center for Cancer Care will discuss ways to prevent lung cancer, the benefits and risks of screening for lung cancer, and treatment options.
Click here to read the full article or here to register.