Each year IPRO recognizes outstanding performance by healthcare providers and stakeholders throughout New York State with our Quality Awards Program.
We salute the 2019 honorees.
Atlantic Dialysis Management Services
In recognition of exemplary performance, organization-wide commitment to quality improvement and patient engagement.
Beacon Rehab & Nursing Center
Rockaway Park, NY
In recognition of organization-wide commitment to quality improvement and resident safety as well as exemplary performance in managing and preventing Clostridium difficile.
Columbia Memorial Health
In recognition of exemplary performance and organization-wide commitment to quality improvement in implementing antibiotic stewardship in the outpatient setting.
Friedwald Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing
In recognition of participation in, commitment to, and success in the CMS Infection Control Pilot. These efforts resulted in a 62% relative improvement in infection control measure compliance from the initial infection control survey to re-survey; and earned the facility the distinction of having the most improved performance among nursing homes participating in the pilot.
NYU Langone Health
New York, NY
In recognition of organization-we commitment to quality improvement and exemplary performance in advancing antibiotic stewardship in the outpatient setting.
Rome Memorial Hospital
In recognition of organization-wide dedication to quality improvement, commitment to improving transitions of are for patients and caregivers through leadership of the Rome Care Transition Coalition, and strong focus on addressing social determinant of health through the Medicaid Accelerated eXchange Series Programs.
Internal Medicine Associates of Auburn
In recognition of organization-wide commitment to quality improvement and exemplary performance in the practice’s ongoing transition to an Alternative Payment Model (APM) / Advanced APM.
Syracuse Care Transition Coalition Nutrition Sub-Committee
In recognition of accomplishments in
- identifying and addressing the impact of social determinants of health related to food insecurity and subsequent malnutrition on hospital readmissions,
- developing and promoting the Nutrition Toolkit, and
- incorporating food insecurity screening and referral as a model for community-based organizations.