To network with physicians and ensure you receive the next US News & World Report “Best Hospitals” Survey. Physicians who are Doximity members will receive the survey online through a Doximity-hosted survey tool. The Best Hospitals physician survey is a long-running sampling of specialists for their nominations of hospitals they consider the best at taking care of patients with complex needs. RTI International, which conducts the survey on behalf of U.S. News, receives and analyzes thousands of nominations each year to construct a reputational score for each hospital’s in every specialty; the scores are combined with factors such as risk-adjusted…
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For the 17th year, The Christ Hospital is one of the top 50 hospitals in the nation as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. We also remain the #1 hospital in the Cincinnati region, and are ranked #5 in Ohio. We are nationally ranked (Top 50) in two specialties: · Gastroenterology and GI surgery · Gynecology U.S. News & World Report evaluates nearly 5,000 hospitals for these rankings and less than three percent rank in the top 50.
The Heart and Vascular Service line continues to be a national leader in the treatment of Heart Valve Disease, including Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR). Our participation in clinical trials has made this treatment available to intermediate and low surgical risk patients and ultimately led to FDA approval for TAVR use in high risk patients. The team is led by Drs. Dean Kereiakes, Ian Sarembock, Joseph Choo and Geoff Answini. In addition, we now offer the entire spectrum of valve treatment with the addition of Mario Costello-Sang, MD, who specializes in advanced minimally invasive and surgical mitral valve treatments.
The Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPCI) is a pilot program sponsored by CMS intended to improve medical care in primary care offices by providing care managers/care coordinators to assist in the management of medically complex patients and close existing care gaps. Currently about ½ of our TCHMA offices are actively participating, but we are hopeful that all practices will be accepted in the next phase starting in January 2017.