NOVI, MI (August 18, 2014) - The CORE Institute and Providence Hospitals in Southfield and Novi have signed an agreement for a co-management partnership that will bring a higher level of orthopedic care to metro Detroit. This new collaboration will set a new standard for orthopedic care based on clinical metrics, standardized protocols, and pioneering research and expertise.
The CORE Institute’s Michigan providers have been caring for the community since 1959 and have achieved their mission of bringing a new standard of excellence to surgical care in Michigan. That means, higher patient satisfaction, greater standardization using evidence-based best practices, better clinical quality, and more efficient performance will now contribute to the success of The CORE Institute.
“We’re building upon our reputation for superior clinical care by creating a more comprehensive program capable of managing even the most complex orthopedic cases,” said David Markel, MD, Providence Orthopedic Surgeon and Michigan Market President of The CORE Institute. “At Providence and Providence Park Hospitals, our new model will ensure patients in the community are receiving the highest quality of coordinated care from admission through surgery, to discharge and outpatient rehabilitation.”
“Our relationship with The CORE Institute is a partnership that will reinforce our hospitals as leaders in orthopedics,” said Michael Wiemann, MD, President, Providence Hospital. “Together we’ll provide cutting-edge care via an integrative model based on a high level of collaboration. As such, we will continue to attract leading orthopedic specialists and patients who want the highest quality care and outcomes.”
DeLyle Manwaring, Senior Vice President of Hospital Service Line Integration for The CORE Institute, highlights improved quality of care, better outcomes and enhanced patient experience as key benefits of the co-management model. According to Manwaring, bringing orthopedic physicians and hospital leaders together in an integrated management program with a shared objective of improving patient care and outcomes is rare across the United States; however, vital in order to improve quality while lowering costs.
About St. John Providence Health System
Providence and Providence Park Hospitals are members of St. John Providence Health System, one of the largest providers of inpatient care in southeast Michigan and one of the largest employers in metro Detroit. St. John Providence Health System provides comprehensive prevention, primary care and advanced treatment programs at more than 125 medical centers and five hospitals spanning five counties.
About The CORE Institute
The CORE Institute® delivers integrated, comprehensive orthopedic care, one patient at a time. The CORE Institute is built upon a foundation of pioneering research, academics, community service, and a passion for excellence in patient care. Its fellowship-trained physicians provide specialized care in the areas of surgical, non-surgical and rehabilitative hip, knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle procedures, joint replacement, sports medicine, arthroscopy, fracture management, orthopedic traumatology, hand and wrist procedures, complex articular cartilage restoration, musculoskeletal oncology, foot and ankle reconstruction, physical medicine and rehabilitation, comprehensive spine care and pain management. The CORE Institute has locations in Arizona and Michigan, with clinics planned to open in other states, as well as overseas, in the near future. The organization continues to be a leader in payor-reform initiatives and is at the forefront of systems-based quality programs which drive value and quality across health care organizations.
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