2020 Trustee and Physician Conference
Due to increasing concerns regarding COVID-19 and the safety of all potential travelers and attendees, we are postponing the conference until 2021. We will provide further details as soon as available.
News and Press Releases
Gila Regional Medical Center Signs Management Agreement With
Effective June 1st, Grant County’s Board of Commissioners contracted with HealthTechS3 to provide executive leadership and management support services to Gila Regional Medical Center.
Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) April 2020 Update
The CDC COVID-19 statistics as of April 22 include 828,441 cases and 46,379 deaths in the United States and U.S. territories. Three states Alaska (335), Montana (442), and Wyoming (447) have less than 500 reported cases.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Written by Dr. John A. Coldsmith, DNP, RN, MSN, NEA-BC,Clinical Consultant HTS3
By now I’m sure everyone has seen the news about the Coronavirus. As we now know, COVID – 19 cases are on the rise in the United States with a total of 100 cases and 9 deaths (all in Washington State) being reported as of today.
By now I’m sure that everyone has seen the news about the Coronavirus. HealthTechS3 has put together some information that we hope will be helpful in your preparations, including a checklist from the CDC. Rural or Critical Access Hospitals may have fewer resources to draw on than urban facilities – but are certainly known for their resilience and ability to handle a wide range of emergency situations. View the following PDF documents:
Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals 2020
The Chartis Center for Rural Health recently released its annual list of the top 100 critical access hospitals.
The 2020 list was determined by results of the Hospital Strength Index, which assesses performance across eight pillars of performance. Access additional information about the index here.
70 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know – 2019
HTS3 is proud to announce that the following CEOs have been listed in the Becker’s Healthcare list of “70 Critical Access Hospitals to Know in 2019.” They are being recognized by Becker’s Healthcare for innovation, quality and patient safety on local and international levels.Read More
Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals 2019
The National Rural Health Association recognizes the Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals from a list of the Top 100 CAHs as determined by The Chartis Center for Rural Health. The 20 overall winners have achieved success based on the Hospital Strength Index.
– Barrett Hospital and Healthcare, Dillon, MT
Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals 2019
The National Rural Health Association’s Rural Health Policy Institute and The Chartis Center for Rural Health named the top 100 critical access hospitals for 2019 on Feb. 6. The hospitals named were based on results of the ninth annual Hospital Strength Index survey from iVantage Health Analytics, which ranked hospitals across 50 indicators and eight pillars.
– Barrett Hospital and Healthcare, Dillon, MT
67 Critical Access Hospitals to Know in 2019
“Critical Access Hospitals to Know” is published by Becker’s Hospital Review. Becker’s publishes an annual list of outstanding critical access hospitals in the nation. According to Becker’s Healthcare, several reputable hospital ranking sources were examined to narrow the list of all critical access hospitals down to the top 67. These sources included Hospital Compare rankings from iVantage Health Analytics, The Chartis Center for Rural Health, the National Rural Health Association, CareChex, Healthgrades and Medicare star ratings. They consider a broad range of topics, including quality of care, health outcomes after hospitalization, patient satisfaction, affordability, market share, and financial stability.
Join us in congratulating these HTS3 client hospitals who have been recognized :
Barrett Hospital & Healthcare, Dillon, MT (sixth consecutive year on this list)
Hammond-Henry Hospital, Geneseo, IL (fifth consecutive year on this list)
Tomah Memorial Hospital, Tomah, WI (fourth consecutive year on this list)
TMH Stuart Among 70 Hospital CEOs to Know– July 9, 2019 – Becker’s Hospital Review, an industry leading print publication, has named Tomah Memorial Hospital CEO Phil Stuart as one of the ‘70 critical access hospital CEOs to know’ in the U.S. It is the fourth time Stuart has been recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review. Stuart was listed on Becker’s ‘71 rural hospital CEOs to know’ list last year and similar lists in 2015 and 2014. He was one of just six Wisconsin critical access hospital (CAH) CEOs named to this year’s list.Read More