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Company Overview of Duke University Health System, Inc.
Duke University Health System, Inc. offers health care services. The company services include cancer treatment, primary care, orthopedics, aesthetics, and fertility services. It offers its services in Cary, Chapel Hill, Clayton, Concord, Creedmoor, Durham, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Greensboro, Henderson, Hillsborough, Laurinburg, Louisburg, Lumberton, Mebane, Morrisville, Oxford, Pittsboro, Raleigh, Roanoke Rapids, Roxboro, Sanford, Smithfield, Wake Forest, Whiteville, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina; and Danville, Virginia. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Durham, North Carolina. Duke University Health System, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Duke University.
3100 Tower Boulevard
Durham, NC 27707
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for Duke University Health System, Inc.
Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs
Vice President of Administration
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Duke University Health System, Inc. Key Developments
Duke University Health System, Inc. Presents at Healthcare Analytics 2016, Jul-19-2016 02:00 PM
Jul 15 16
Duke University Health System, Inc. Presents at Healthcare Analytics 2016, Jul-19-2016 02:00 PM. Venue: Chicago, Illinois, United States. Speakers: John S. Hudson, Associate Chief Nursing Officer.
LifePoint Health, Inc. Launches Quality Designation Program in Collaboration with Duke University Health System, Inc
Jul 7 15
LifePoint Health, Inc. and Duke University Health System have advanced their quality collaboration through the launch of the Duke LifePoint Quality Affiliate designation program. This designation recognizes hospitals operated by subsidiaries of LifePoint that have enrolled in the LifePoint National Quality Program and succeeded in transforming their culture of safety and achieving high standards of quality care, performance improvement and patient engagement. Clark Regional Medical Center in Winchester, Ky., was named the first hospital to receive Duke LifePoint Quality Affiliate designation. The LifePoint National Quality Program was created through a quality collaboration bringing together experts from LifePoint and Duke to enhance patient safety and improve quality care. This collaboration is built upon a decade-long relationship between LifePoint and Duke that has expanded and evolved throughout the years, leading to the creation of the Duke LifePoint Healthcare joint venture and Duke’s involvement in LifePoint’s Hospital Engagement Network (HEN) contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) from December 2011 to December 2014.
Lifepoint Hospitals Inc. and Duke University Health System Expands Partnership to Advance Healthcare Quality
Jan 12 15
LifePoint Hospitals and Duke University Health System have expanded their collaborative effort to create safe highly reliable care by entering into a national quality agreement. This collaboration will allow these two leading healthcare organizations to expand upon the work in which they have been engaged for several years to enhance patient safety and continually improve the quality of care across the nation. Through the new national quality affiliation, all LifePoint hospitals will be part of a program designed to focus their improvement efforts and transform their culture of safety. The collaboration between the two organizations began as a result of an existing clinical affiliation Duke had with Danville Regional Medical Center in Danville, Va., when LifePoint acquired the facility in 2005. In 2011, this successful alliance led to the creation of Duke LifePoint Healthcare, a joint venture that now operates 12 hospital campuses in four states. The first opportunity to advance shared quality and safety priorities nationwide came in December 2011 when LifePoint was named one of 26 organizations selected by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to serve as a Hospital Engagement Network (HEN). The HEN initiative was designed to identify and share best practice solutions to reduce healthcare-acquired conditions. As a subcontractor to LifePoints HEN, Duke University Health System and the Duke Patient Safety Center played significant roles in culture shaping and clinical performance improvement. The HEN program was part of the Department of Health and Human Services HHS Partnership for Patients initiative, a public-private collaboration to make hospital care safer, more reliable, and less costly. It had a goal of achieving a 40% decrease in healthcare-acquired conditions by the end of 2014. LifePoint exceeded this goal months in advance of the conclusion of the HEN program on December 8, 2014, and achieved performance measures significantly better than national benchmarks.
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