University hospitals bring new surgical center to Medina
MEDINA, Ohio – Medina County will soon have a new healthcare option as University Hospitals and ValueHealth will bring a surgical center to Medina.
“University hospitals are engaged in Medina / Medina County. We’ve been in the area for a while, but we’re really looking for ways to improve the way we take care of the patients who live in this zip code and this county, ”said James Voos, President of Hospitals Orthopedics. academics.
“This is one of our first opportunities to provide specialist surgical care in Medina and, more specifically, orthopedic, ENT and plastic surgery care in a unique environment.
Voos said the new center will provide state-of-the-art facilities that will enable doctors to deliver value-based care. Value-based care provides patients with the highest quality care at the most affordable price.
Plus, having a facility like this in the county will allow residents to undergo a procedure without traveling too far, he said.
“It allows patients to stay close to home to have their surgery. This way you are closer to your loved ones who take care of you, without having to travel longer distances to get to the hospital, ”Voos said.
“I believe that an environment like this, where it is the most up-to-date technology, allows our patients in Medina County to have the opportunity to take advantage of the operating rooms and surgical treatments. more modern available. “
Voos also shared that in the era of COVID-19, this would be a “healthy healthcare facility,” which will let patients know they are in a safe healthcare environment.
Don Bisbee, CEO of ValueHealth, said, “As a company, we decided we were going to move to Ohio, specifically targeting northern Ohio, and found in teaching hospitals a real vision. collaborative and shared direction of health care. , with the kind of stronger voice of the consumer, payment reform. It is moving towards value-based care.
“This is where a relationship was born,” he said.
“It’s a way to compete, to define our mutual brands as leaders in value-based care and consumer benefits,” said Bisbee.
“And so from there, we started to just strategically look at the market and look at where the opportunities and needs are. To put the flags, so to speak, there.
Bisbee said that deciding where to move a new health care facility depends on the needs of the area and how they can provide high-value surgical care to community members for the best price.
“Value is never just the price. It’s the price, the experience and the results, ”Bisbee said. “The inhabitants of Medina will benefit from a very high quality center with clinical results well above the industry average.
“They’re going to have access to it at a very competitive price, and they’re going to have an experience that’s really focused on who they are and how they want to engage in healthcare.”
Bisbee shared that the partnership with the teaching hospitals has shown that the two companies find themselves aligned with their values and goals.
“It was a very good relationship and partnership. Partnerships need to start with a really fundamental alignment – a fundamental alignment in culture, strategy, finance and clinic, ”said Bisbee.
“If you are not aligned with what you believe in and what you are looking for, then partnerships don’t really work well. In this case, it works really well. “
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