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October 2, 2017

Advisory Board congratulates members named 'Best Places to Work'

Daily Briefing

Modern Healthcare has released its ranked list of the "Best Places to Work in Healthcare" for 2017, which includes hospitals, suppliers, and payers. Sixty-two are Advisory Board member organizations.

See our breakdown of the methodology in today's Daily Briefing

We congratulate the member organizations recognized in Modern Healthcare's list for providers and insurers:

  • 1. Texas Health Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas);
  • 4. The Women's Hospital (Newburgh, Ind.);
  • 5. Black River Memorial Hospital (Black River Falls, Wis.);
  • 7. Doctors Hospital of Sarasota (Sarasota, Fla.);
  • 8. Southern Tennessee Regional Health System-Pulaski (Pulaski, Tenn.);
  • 9. Woman's Hospital (Baton Rouge, La.);
  • 10. Texas Orthopedic Hospital (Houston);
  • 11. Memorial Healthcare System (Hollywood, Fla.);
  • 14. Physicians Surgical Hospitals (Amarillo, Texas);
  • 16. Methodist Ambulatory Surgery Hospital (San Antonio);
  • 19. Encompass Home Health and Hospice (Dallas);
  • 22. Nathan Adelson Hospice (Las Vegas);
  • 23. King's Daughters Medical Center (Brookhaven, Miss.);
  • 24. Texas Institute for Surgery (Dallas);
  • 27. Methodist Texsan Hospital (San Antonio);
  • 28. West Valley Medical Center (Caldwell, Idaho);
  • 31. Bluegrass Care Navigators (Lexington, Ky.);
  • 32. Sutter Davis Hospital (Davis, Calif.);
  • 33. Pelham Medical Center (Greer, S.C.);
  • 34. Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin (Glendale, Wis.);
  • 35. Christus St. Michael Health System (Texarkana, Texas);
  • 36. South Baldwin Regional Medical Center (Foley, Ala.);
  • 37. Lovelace Women's Hospital (Albuquerque);
  • 39. Advocate South Suburban Hospital (Hazel Crest, Ill.);
  • 40. Lee's Summit Medical Center (Lee's Summit, Mo.);
  • 43. Englewood Community Hospital (Englewood, Fla.);
  • 45. Sutter Center for Psychiatry (Sacramento, Calif.);
  • 46. Self Regional Healthcare (Greenwood, S.C.);
  • 49. Hill Country Memorial Hospital (Fredericksburg, Texas);
  • 50. Hills & Dales General Hospital (Cass City, Mich.);
  • 51. JPS Health Network (Fort Worth, Texas);
  • 52. Christus Shreveport-Bossier Health System (Shreveport, La.);
  • 53. RWJBarnabas Health (West Orange, N.J.);
  • 54. Advocate Sherman Hospital (Elgin, Ill.);
  • 55. HealthSouth Corp. (Birmingham, Ala.);
  • 57. Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center (Chicago);
  • 58. Tanner Health System (Carrollton, Ga.);
  • 59. Hillcrest Hospital Cushing (Cushing, Okla.);
  • 62. Bailey Medical Center (Owasso, Okla.);
  • 64. Hoag Orthopedic Institute (Irvine, Calif.);
  • 65. Lovelace Medical Center (Albuquerque);
  • 66. St. Rita's Health Partners (Lima, Ohio);
  • 67. Metropolitan Methodist Hospital (San Antonio);
  • 68. BSA Health System (Amarillo, Texas);
  • 70. Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center (Redlands, Calif.);
  • 72. Advocate Lutheran General Hospital (Park Ridge, Ill.);
  • 73. Hocking Valley Community Hospital (Logan, Ohio);
  • 74. Hannibal Regional Healthcare System (Hannibal, Mo.); and
  • 75. Seton Medical Center Harker Heights (Harker Heights, Texas).

We congratulate the member organizations recognized in Modern Healthcare's list for suppliers:

  • 2. CompHealth (Salt Lake City);
  • 9. Jackson Physician Search (Alpharetta, Ga.);
  • 10. Health Catalyst (Salt Lake City);
  • 15. CQuence Health Group (Omaha, Neb.);
  • 27. Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Windham, N.H.);
  • 32. American College of Cardiology (Washington, D.C.);
  • 38. Weatherby Healthcare (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.);
  • 40. Nordic (Madison, Wis.);
  • 45. FreemanWhite, a Haskell Company (Charlotte, N.C.);
  • 49. MediRevv (Coralville, Iowa);
  • 50. Yankee Alliance (Andover, Mass.);
  • 61. Imprivata (Lexington, Mass.); and
  • 67. SPM Marketing & Communications (La Grange, Ill.)

(Best Places to Work 2017 gallery, Modern Healthcare, accessed 9/29).

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