Indianapolis VA Medical Center Honored for Leadership and Innovation in Quality and Patient Safety Improvement
Tom Mattice, Medical Center Director
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Improving our current health care system is important to our country, a process that includes providing safe, effective, efficient, timely, patient-centered and equitable care. Now, Indianapolis VA Medical Center has been honored with a Citation of Merit for the American Hospital Association–McKesson Quest for Quality Prize, recognizing its leadership and innovation in quality and patient safety improvement.
Tom Mattice, Medical Center Director, describes the hospital’s award-winning program.
THE RICHARD L. ROUDEBUSH VA MEDICAL CENTER IN INDIANAPOLIS HAS MADE IMPRESSIVE EFFORTS IN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH STATUS OF THE VETERAN POPULATION WE SERVE. OUR STAFF DEMONSTRATES A PASSION FOR THEIR PATIENTS, WORKING WITH HOMELESS VETERANS. OFFERING SUICIDE PREVENTION SERVICES, FAMILY SUPPORT, JOB TRAINING AND OTHER WELLBEING EFFORTS.
This is the thirteenth year for the Quest for Quality awards. For more information, visit www.aha.org/questforquality.