ChenMed is now a member of the Health Care Transformation Task Force, a consortium of leading health care payers, providers, purchasers and patient organizations working to accelerate the pace of U.S. health care delivery system transformation. The Task Force announced ChenMed’s membership today alongside other new members ranging from the Cleveland Clinic to UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust.
Recently, ChenMed's Chief Quality Officer Dr. Jessica Chen participated in a panel discussion at Health Datapalooza, a conference focused on improving health care by harnessing data. The discussion ("Care Delivery Transformation"), focused on how cutting-edge companies are taking innovative approaches to care delivery.
EMS World magazine’s April 2017 cover story is all about the Chen Senior Medical Center extended paramedic program pioneered with American Ambulance of Florida in 2015. Encounter data for that extended paramedic program is promising – especially because it reinforces the robust medical care available at Chen Senior Medical Centers Mondays through Fridays between 7:30 AM and 4:30 PM.
With seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, Barbara has a lot of reasons to stay healthy! And while she loves how convenient her care center is, her favorite part of being a member of our community is the relationship she has with our team. Her doctor is “like a son, taking care of his momma,” she says; and, along with the grace of God, the team at her center is the reason she gets up in the morning.
But don’t take Barbara’s word for it, call (786) 483-2471 to schedule your VIP tour today.
After a fall, Gina was admitted to a trauma center and told that she would be wheelchair-bound for two years. An avid dancer, Gina was not about to take that news sitting down! She found us, and most importantly, Dr. Mansano, who she calls, “her lifesaver,” “her angel,” “her friend.” And while she loves the fact that everyone in her center is “always happy, always helpful and always has an answer,” more than anything she is ecstatic to be back on her dancing feet, with no crutches, no walker, and no wheelchair.