During the 2004-2005 school year, the MBHS school staff, including faculty, administrators, school counselors, and other school personnel, undertook a data-driven school improvement process to comply with state accreditation.
The school counselors at MBHS also launched a variety of data-based projects to evaluate the effectiveness of their school counseling program.
Recent market share data was not available and the latest data (FY 2008) indicated that MBHS secures about 21% of the inpatient market in its three county primary service area.
In addition, it is imperative that MBHS maintains its balance sheet strength to offset its weak profitability and competitive market.
main line of business is a 465 staffed-bed hospital in Jackson, MS.
More than half of MBHS's unrestricted funds are in equities and alternative assets, which may expose MBHS to further liquidity declines if the turbulent markets persist.
MBHS operates a 541-bed hospital in Jackson, MS, and had $333 million in total operating revenue in fiscal 2008.
MBHS has produced five years of profitability with operating margins growing from 2.
For the four-month period ending December 2006, MBHS earned $3.
Randall Armstrong, director of materials management for MBHS, said the hospital adopted OnCall EDI when a predecessor system, ASAP, was discontinued by Baxter Healthcare.
MBHS has gone beyond issuing purchase orders, and has enabled its medical stations to notify suppliers when a low-order point has been reached.
network or providers has approximately 125 licensed and insured mental health practitioners, and approximately 30 in-patient facilities already under contract.