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Hospital Focus 5 Announces Contract with Connecticut Hospital to Improve Quality, Productivity and Cost-Effectiveness
Date:5/21/2010

New methodology to drive accomplishments in every shift, in every department, every day.

Burnsville, Minnesota (PRWEB) May 21, 2010 -- Hospital Focus 5, a hospital consulting company for transforming how hospitals work, is pleased to announce a new contract with Windham Community Memorial Hospital, Willimantic, Connecticut, a member of the Hartford Healthcare Corporation. WCMH is the third Hartford Hospital Corporation organization to have implemented the Hospital Focus 5 process.

Hospital Focus 5 will assist Windham Community Memorial Hospital in the development of a custom designed process to improve quality, productivity and cost effectiveness of its operations, with the end result being optimal patient outcomes, solid financial growth and enhanced patient, physician and employee satisfaction. The plan combines the Hospital Focus 5 methodology with the work already accomplished by the hospital in their Commitment to Excellence.

“We are always focused on improvements in our organization, and Hospital Focus 5 will assist us by enhancing the structure and methodologies that we utilize as well as bringing experience from their work with Hartford Healthcare and others.” said Richard Brvenik, Windham Community Hospital’s CEO. “Everyone will be involved in the process – our employees, our physicians, our leadership and our board. We know that ultimately this process will benefit those that we serve – our patients and the community,” said Brvenik.

“Hospital Focus 5 exists to provide the framework, methodology and implementation of the foundational transformation needed for real long-term operational improvement,” said Kenneth Bast, President and CEO of Hospital Focus 5. “Our methodology helps hospitals organize and work to tap into staff expertise in a systematic, sustainable way. It generates meaningful communi
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