The Studer Group, an outcomes-focused healthcare company, announced Tuesday, August 23rd at their TYYO Conference that Monroe County Hospital & Clinics CEO, Greg Paris, been named to the Studer Group Fire Starter Hall of Fame in recognition of his ongoing commitment to clinical, service and operational excellence.
Paris has led Monroe County Hospital & Clinics, a rural, 25-bed hospital in Albia, Iowa to the top of some very impressive national statistics – top one percent of patient satisfaction nationally yielding 6 Press Ganey Summit Awards, employee turnover well below the national average and named to the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare Magazine twice in the last two years. Studer Group founder and CEO Quint Studer said, “Winners for the Hall of Fame are chosen for having led their organizations to excellence over a long period of time, who are open to sharing their methods with others, and who set examples for others to follow. These people make healthcare better in their own organizations and across the country.” MCHC has been asked to present at dozens of conferences across the country and more than 100 hospitals have called or visited to learn from them.
Studer Group will induct Paris into the Hall of Fame at the annual What’s RIGHT in Health Care, one of the largest conferences in the healthcare industry, in Chicago on October 19th.