Tuesday, October 3, 2023–10:35 a.m.
AdventHealth Redmond was identified as one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals® according to an independent quality analysis provided by PINC AI™ and reported by Fortune.
The hospital was ranked in second place as a 25 Top Teaching Hospital, which is part of the larger 100 Top Hospital list.
This is the fourth year AdventHealth Redmond has been named to this list.
To create the list, an objective, quantitative analysis of publicly available data was conducted to identify the top hospitals in the United States.
The primary purpose of the PINC AI™ 100 Top Hospitals® program is to inspire hospital and health system leaders to pursue higher performance and deliver added value to patients and communities.
The program leverages transparent, nonbiased data to help inform strategies for sustained performance.
Organizations do not apply to participate in the study, and award winners do not pay to market their honor.
AdventHealth Redmond has maintained a 5-star rating from CMS for the past two years and has a Leap Frog A Grade for its commitment to clinical excellence and patient care.
“We are honored to be named as a 100 Top Hospital this year as a Top Teaching Hospital. Our whole team is committed to providing evidence-based best practices to care for every patient every time,” said Isaac Sendros, president and CEO of AdventHealth Redmond.
This year, based on comparisons between the study winners and a peer group of similar hospitals that were not winners, the analysis found that the winners of the 100 Top Hospitals® program delivered better outcomes while operating more efficiently and at a lower cost.
Compared to non-winning hospitals, this year’s winners had:
• 31 percent fewer deaths than non-winning hospitals.
• 9 percent fewer patients with complications.
• 39 percent fewer healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
• Nearly 20 percent lower inpatient expenses per discharge.
• 0.5-day shorter average length of stay.
• Better reported patient experience scores, with a top-box Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) score of 77 percent versus 70 percent for non-winning hospitals.