Ochsner Health is a system that delivers health to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf South with a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate.
Two Meridian primary care clinics, Clarkdale Clinic and Southeast Clinic, have joined Ochsner Rush Health. The clinics will continue services at their existing locations. Ochsner Rush Health is part of Ochsner Health, the largest health system in the Gulf South, and has been serving the Meridian community for over 100 years.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Meridian Star
Girgrah and other healthcare leaders discussed the importance of strengthening the well-being of the workforce during a panel discussion at the American Hospital Association Leadership Summit. They emphasized the importance of wellness as a key quality indicator for hospitals and noted that high turnover can hurt the quality of care and the bottom line.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Chief Healthcare Executive
Dr. Eboni Price- Haywood and Deborah Grimes are shaping healthcare through equity, diversity, and inclusion. To improve health outcomes and end longstanding racial disparities, it’s apparent that we must increase diversity in medicine. A groundbreaking new study in JAMA Network Open provides evidence, as researchers show Black people live longer when they have greater access to Black doctors in their communities.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Savoy
Ochsner Health, a not-for-profit health system based in the New Orleans metropolitan area of Southeast Louisiana, United States, has recently appointed Shashi Vangala as Chief Data Analytics Officer. Vangala is a transformational healthcare BI/Analytics executive with a wealth of experience working in the payers, providers, and pharmaceuticals/life sciences industries.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Chief Data Officer Magazine
While students are beginning to prepare their academic schedules, they may want to start preparing their sleep schedules for the upcoming school year.
Doctor Sheila Asghar, of Ochsner LSU Health, tells KSLA that a lack of sleep impacts children of all ages in various ways.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON KSLA
The medical center, which includes the Ochsner Lafayette General Surgical Hospital, Ochsner Lafayette General Orthopedic Hospital and the Ochsner Cancer Center of Acadiana, also was noted to have eight "high-performing" procedures and conditions, including acute kidney failure, colon cancer surgery, diabetes, heart failure, hip replacement, knee replacement, stroke and leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON The Advertiser
Ochsner Medical Center, based in New Orleans, was ranked as the Best Hospital in Louisiana in 2023-24 by U.S. News & World Report for the 12th year in a row.
The ranking was determined by analyzing factors such as clinical outcomes, level of nursing care and patient experience across over 4,500 hospitals. Only 12 percent of the evaluated hospitals received a Best Hospital ranking.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Becker's
Current capabilities of remote monitoring, using wearable technology for chronic disease management and future opportunities for practices with Richard Milani, MD, chief clinical transformation officer at Ochsner Health. AMA Chief Experience Officer Todd Unger hosts.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON American Medical Association
The Committee of 100 for Economic Development has selected Pete November, chief executive officer of Ochsner Health, for membership in 2023. The Committee of 100 is a Louisiana business roundtable promoting public policy that makes Louisiana more competitive in retaining existing business and industry and attracting more innovative businesses to Louisiana.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Biz New Orleans
Hospital leaders said the new tools are not intended to replace any physicians, nurses or other health care providers. If anything, the technologies are being implemented to help clinicians shift their focus from trudging through tedious tasks to listening to their patients.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Nola.com