Review: Riverside Health SystemCancer Websites, Hospitals — By nygal on May 3, 2010 at 7:50 am
Riverside Health System has been named to the nation’s Most Wired list for the fourth consecutive year, according to the results of the 2008 Most Wired Survey and Benchmarking Study in Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.
The 100 Most Wired hospitals show better outcomes in patient satisfaction, risk-adjusted mortality rates and other key quality measures through the use of information technology (IT), according to a new analysis.
The original charter for Riverside dates back to December 15, 1915. The company began as one hospital, founded by the community and built on a site at Huntington Avenue and 50th Street in Newport News, Virginia. In 1962, the hospital was relocated to the present site of Riverside Regional Medical Center in central Newport News. Since then, Riverside has evolved into a flagship regional medical center with affiliates throughout the region in every aspect of healthcare.
Riverside Medical Group (RMG) has been honored with the annual Medical Group Preeminence Award. This prestigious national award is given annually by the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) to organizations that continuously strive to improve patient care through innovation, advanced communications and information sharing, the creation of sound public policy and effective physician leadership development.
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