News & Events
Core to Bring Flexible Staffing Models for Hospitalist and Emergency Medicine Services to Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital
Core Clinical Partners is excited to announce it is partnering with Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital in Arizona to provide hospitalist and emergency medicine services.
Core Clinical Partners today announced a major expansion of its hospitalist program, partnering with Hillcrest HealthCare System to provide hospitalist services at eight sites across Oklahoma, serving 180,000 patients annually. Core will officially begin services on December 1st at four facilities and on March 1st, 2022 at the remaining four.
Core Clinical Partners is pleased to welcome Erica Billiot, MHA, as its new Vice President of Business Development. Billiot comes to Core from previous leadership roles with Ob Hospitalist Group and Apogee Physicians.
Core Clinical Partners to Manage ED Physicians Services and Improve Throughput at St. Francis Medical Center in Louisiana
Core Clinical Partners is excited to announce it has partnered with St. Francis Medical Center in Monroe, LA, to provide physicians services and emergency medicine management. Core will officially begin services on May 10th.
Mark Canada joined Core Clinical Partners as VP of Clinical Operations in March 2021. We sat down for a conversation about his past work for Envision, why he decided to join Core, and how the ability to be an agile partner in making clinical and operational improvements will serve Core’s hospital clients in today’s rapidly evolving healthcare environment.
Core Clinical Partners is excited to welcome Mark Canada as Core’s Vice President of Clinical Operations. Mr. Canada will use his strong clinical background and track record building effective, collaborative teams to lead clinical and operational process improvement for our hospital and system partners.
Core Clinical Partners is thrilled to welcome Jessica Long as Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. In her new role, Ms. Long will build operational processes and strategic partnerships to address challenges on the horizon in emergency and inpatient care.
Our hospitals are under more duress than ever before, making the smooth flow of patients between emergency departments and inpatient units even more vital. A mutual peer review process can and should be a part of a Joint Operating Committee, or “JOC”, which is a broader platform for both specialties to share ideas and discuss how to improve flow, quality, and patient experience.
A collegial, collaborative peer review process is an important piece of the quality program in any hospital or healthcare system. This committee is developed with assistance from the leadership team, will create an educational experience for all committee members, and serves to provide continuous education for our physicians and APPs with the result being a safer patient experience.