News Archive (2013)

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New Breakthrough Orthopaedic PHO Established

National Orthopaedic & Spine Alliance Brings Together Best-in-Class Programs

Tuesday, Sep. 10, 2013, Cleveland: Cleveland Clinic, The CORE Institute, OrthoCarolina and Rothman Institute have formed the first-of-its-kind clinically integrated Orthopedic PHO (Physician Hospital Organization). Operating as the National Orthopaedic & Spine Alliance LLC (NOSA), the PHO will improve the delivery of orthopaedic and spine care across the nation and establish industry benchmarks for quality and value.

8 Ways Orthopedic Surgery Hospital Departments Can Stand Out

Written by  Carrie Pallardy | Wednesday, 17 July 2013 11:41

largeJacofskyD1. Focus on quality metrics. An orthopedics department must not only produce excellent outcomes, but it must also be able to produce tangible evidence of those outcomes.  "In today's world, orthopedics departments need to be focused on outcomes and key performance indictors that drive efficiency and cost," says David J. Jacofsky, MD, president and CEO of Phoenix-based orthopedic group, The CORE Institute. Leaders in an orthopedic surgery department should spearhead the effort to benchmark and collect outcomes data that in turn drives the department's patient satisfaction, efficiency and cost savings.

The CORE Institute Ranked No. 1 Orthopedic Group in Arizona

Ranking ArizonaThe CORE Institute has been named the No. 1 orthopedic group in Arizona by Ranking Arizona: The Best of Arizona Business. The rankings, published annually by Arizona Business Magazine, are based on the largest opinion poll in Arizona and include more than 200 business and leisure categories.

Dr. Jacofsky Honored Among Most Admired Leaders

Dr. David Jacofsky, Chairman and CEO of The CORE Institute is honored as a 2013 Most Admired Leader. Congratulations Dr. Jacofsky!