16 May '17, 4pm

Madigan scores high in surgical care

Madigan scores high in surgical care

Madigan Army Medical Center earned high marks for surgical and post-surgical care in a recent report from the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program. The semi-annual NSQIP report, from the American College of Surgeons, highlighted Madigan's consistently high quality in reducing overall surgical complications and surgical site infections along with other indicators of excellent care. Madigan's Department of Surgery began participating in the voluntary program in 2010. "It is a way for hospitals to get high-quality, validated data that helps them identify strengths and weaknesses, and identify where they could be taking better care of patients," said Lt. Col. Peter Kreishman, Madigan's deputy chief of surgery, and a NSQIP surgeon champion for both Madigan and for the Army at large. "The reason this is beneficial is because it allows hospitals to have a real measure of...

Full article: https://www.army.mil/article/187697/madigan_scores_high_i...

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