Awards and Recognitions: February 2024

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Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr Hospital and Paoli Hospital named among ‘World’s Best’ by Newsweek

Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr Hospital and Paoli Hospital, all part of Main Line Health, have been named among the World’s Best Hospitals in annual rankings by Newsweek. All three also received recognition for patient experience and performed above average for infection prevention measures. The three hospitals have been recognized five years in a row.

Main Line Health’s four acute care hospitals accredited by pathologists organization

Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Paoli Hospital and Riddle Hospital recently underwent comprehensive College of American Pathologists (CAP) inspections that resulted in all four hospitals labs being accredited. The inspectors complimented the teams on impressive leadership, quality and patient safety, and overall lab services.

Bryn Mawr Hospital infectious disease specialist speaks at Asia conferences

Dr. Hans Liu, a Bryn Mawr Hospital infectious disease specialist, was an invited speaker on "Situation of Drug-Resistant Bacteria After COVID-19" at the Vietnam Respiratory Society Congress in Ha Long, Vietnam, in November. Several hundred Vietnamese physicians attended.

A subsequent teleconference "Old and New Influences on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) — How Can Clinicians Respond?" was presented to physician audiences in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea and Myanmar later that month. The program was hosted by the Department of Internal Medicine, Chi-Mei Medical Center, Taiwan.

Eileen Jaskuta named chair of HCIF’s Clinical Advisory Committee

Eileen Jaskuta, MSHA, BSN, RN, System Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety at Main Line Health, has been appointed as the chair of the Health Care Improvement Foundation’s (HCIF) Clinical Advisory Committee. She has been a committee member since 2017 and vice chair for the last three years.

A key focus of her tenure will be on ways the Partnership for Patient Care program can advance HCIF’s regional impact on patient safety, quality and health equity.

American Cancer Society Awards Main Line Health Cancer Care 2024 Patient Transportation Grant to Help Remove Barriers to Treatment

Main Line Health Cancer Care received a $5,000 transportation grant from the American Cancer Society. The grant addresses patient transportation insecurity, aiming to help alleviate the financial burden of transportation and remove barriers to treatment for patients in need.

"We are deeply grateful to be chosen as recipients of the American Cancer Society's 2024 Patient Transportation Grant," said Michael Koroscik, MBA, MHA, FACHE, system vice president of Main Line Health Cancer Care. "This grant will help ease the journey for our patients and their families during a challenging time and stands as a testament to our shared dedication to providing comprehensive care and support to those affected by cancer within our community.”

Main Line Health participates in third annual Black & Diverse Business Forum

Chris Torres, Vice President of Supply Chain and Chief Supply Chain Officer for Main Line Health, participated in the third annual Black & Diverse Business Forum hosted by state Sen. Tim Kearney and state Rep. Gina H. Curry. Torres was one of the speakers for the Business Opportunities Round Robin Presentation portion of the event, speaking about how Main Line Health has a focused process to engage diverse vendors in their procurement process.