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Kaiser Home Health wins award
The Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital’s Kaiser Home Health Services team has garnered national recognition for its services, including (from left) Ofelia Torres, Director Stacey Schultz, R.N.; CEO David Lee, Nelda Gonzales, Hector Espinoza, Anysia Gomez, Leona Holland, and Estella Garza. Stacy Kanak and Ginger Matula are also team members.
KENEDY -- The Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital’s Kaiser Home Health Services has been named a Top Agency of the 2013 HomeCare Elite, a recognition of the top-performing home-health agencies in the United States.
Now in its eighth year, the HomeCare Elite identifies the top 25 percent of Medicare-certified agencies and highlights the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall. Winners are ranked by an analysis of publicly available performance measures in quality outcomes, best practice (process measure) implementation, patient experience (Home Health CAHPS), quality improvement and consistency, and financial performance.
Kaiser Home Health Director Stacey Schultz, R.N., credits her team of experienced and compassionate clinicians with the agency’s ability to achieve recognition as one of the HomeCare Elite. “We love being able to serve our community, taking care of our clients as if they were our own family,” Schultz said. This is the seventh consecutive year that Kaiser Home Health has been selected for this honor, serving patients in Karnes, Wilson, Atascosa, Bee, Live Oak, Goliad, and Dewitt counties.
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