Corner Office: Daryl Tol, CEO of AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division, on Why Healthcare Must Fix Fragmented Systems
Becker’s Hospital Review recently spoke with Daryl Tol regarding his thoughts on leadership. Tol reveals how he initially got interested in healthcare as a career as well as shares his views regarding the healthcare industry.
Adventist Health and GE Healthcare Announce First-of-a-Kind Performance Collaboration in the Western U.S.
Entering a long-term, strategic risk-sharing relationship with GE Healthcare, Adventist Health will use the collaboration to maximize the capacity of the system’s clinical assets and improve patient care delivery. According to BusinessWire, the relationship is expected to enable growth and yield cost-saving efficiencies for Adventist Health’s more than 80 communities on the West Coast and Hawaii.
As the largest health care provider in the Rocky Mountain region, Centura Health is committed to innovation on behalf of their patients, as evidenced by being the first in the region to offer needle-free blood draws for inpatients. According to GlobeNewswire, the adoption of this new, more humane standard of care is part of Centura Health’s ongoing commitment to a higher quality of care.
AdventHealth for Children, in collaboration with LIFT Orlando and Primrose Schools, recently broke ground on an innovative early learning center. With a scheduled opening in August 2019, the center will eventually serve approximately 220 children from six weeks to age 5 and will offer comprehensive services, including social support, health-and-wellness programs, and early-literacy outreach in the community., according to AdventistReview. “AdventHealth is investing in the early-learning space because we know the first five years of a child’s life are the most important to their long-term health and success,” said Debbie Spielman, vice president and chief operating officer of AdventHealth for Children.
Kettering Medical Center will be able to provide neurological patients the most advanced diagnostic, surgical, and therapeutic care, all in one convenient location when their new facility opens soon. “We will have neurology, neurosurgery, pain management, and the other specialties in one centralized office to provide more consistent care and so patients have only one office to go to,” Dr. Mark Hoeprich said. “Even the design of the facility will provide a more comfortable space.” Read the complete article here.