Barlow Respiratory Hospital

HRG/ Barlow Respiratory Hospital Client Case Study/ Los Angeles, California

Barlow Respiratory Hospital is a licensed 105 bed Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) founded in 1902. They operate three locations in the greater Los Angeles area and are a specialty hospital that primary serves patients with respiratory illness and other chronically complex medical conditions. Patients are typically referred from short term acute hospitals and intensive care units throughout Los Angeles County. Barlow's reputation for expertise and quality, has on occasion, has led to patients being referred to them from hospitals beyond the boundaries of Los Angeles.

Tanana Chiefs Conference (TCC)

HRG/Tanan Cheifs Client (TCC) Case Study, Fairbanks, Alaska

Tanana Chiefs Conference (TCC) is an Alaska Native nonprofit corporation, charged with advancing Tribal self-determination and enhancing regional Native unity. TCC focuses on balancing traditional Athabascan and Alaska Native values with modern demands and work toward meeting the health and social service needs of Tribal members and beneficiaries throughout its region.

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District

The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District is a vibrant, financially healthy and growing organization recognized throughout Washington State for its leadership in its Swing Bed Program, regionally for its cooperation and collaboration with other healthcare institutions, and locally for providing quality care with a personal touch through its 25-bed Critical Access Hospital, emergency department, local clinics and community outreach.

Modoc Medical Center

Modoc Medical Center is a 16-bed Critical Access Hospital providing emergency services, offering family practice medicine and operating a skilled nursing facility in addition to other ancillary services. Modoc Medical Center serves the residents of Alturas, California and the surrounding area, covering about 4,500 square miles. Located in the rural northeastern portion of the state, Modoc County borders Oregon and Nevada and is home to the striking beauty of the Warner Mountains that is distinctive to the region.

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital

How does a successful hospital keep things running smoothly during a computer conversion of their accounts receivable system? This was the question that Pat Smith, CPAM and Manager of Projects for Healthcare Resource Group asked Berniece Thornton, CPAM and Director of Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital in Yakima, Washington, regarding their recent computer conversion from Siemens/Invision to Siemens/Soarian.