TJUH

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TJUHThomas Jefferson University Hospital
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The majority of the 80 new hires from 2003 and 2004 are still at TJUH, and all RN staff positions are currently filled.
On one night in January 1999, the major reporting and business functions of the main frame system were retired and TJUH went live with Lastword on approximately 1,000 new devices throughout the entire hospital for results reporting.
The goal of the study at TJUH was to determine if the number of Central Venous Catheter (CVC) placements could be reduced or replaced with a safer alternative- ultrasound-guided peripheral intravenous (USGPIVs) in patients with difficult IV access.
Gozon, a member of the Thomas Jefferson University Board of Trustees, took on the role of Thomas Jefferson University President while the position of President and CEO of TJUH System remained unfilled.
TJUH includes 669-bed Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
According to TJUH Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer Ann Powers, "The MedeAnalytics Compliance and Revenue Integrity solution will allow us to be more proactive in identifying potential areas of risk, comparing our data against industry standards, and ensuring compliance with billing rules and regulations.
JHS continues to grow its presence in the service area mainly through clinical affiliations with other community providers and leveraging the TJUH relationship.
Leading the transition, in 1995, of TJUH from the University into the Jefferson Health System;
Associate Chief Medical Officer, TJUH, explains further, "At Jefferson, we have always diligently monitored hospital-acquired and community-acquired infections in every discipline within our institution.
Richard Pestell, of the Kimmel Cancer Center at TJUH, said that the new Jefferson Breast Care Center will be a state-of-the-art breast care facility and that Phase I is expected to open this November.
Gottlieb credited the collaboration and hard work of TJUH pharmacists, clinicians and IT professionals as essential to the success of CPOE in the organization's pediatric units.
TJUH has conducted individual one-on-one advocacy with numerous members of Pennsylvania's General Assembly, demonstrating the real-dollars impact that medical liability insurance costs have had upon hospitals and health systems.