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She graduated from Appalachian State University where she attained Bachelor of Science degrees in both Finance and Real Estate & Urban Analysis, as well as a Master’s in Business Administration. In 2011, she was named Rotarian of the Year by the Jamestown Rotary. Along with spending time with her family, she enjoys supporting her sons’ athletic and extracurricular activities. Dr. James Hoekstra is the President of High Point Medical Center.
The football team competes in the American White division of the North Jersey Super Football Conference, which includes 112 schools competing in 20 divisions, making it the nation’s biggest football-only high school sports league. The school was classified by the NJSIAA as Group II North for football for 2018–2020. “Only about 55 percent of health care practices are evidence-based,” said Bernadette Melnyk, who taught the first half of the workshop. Melnyk is a dean in the nursing school at the Ohio State University and researches how health care workers integrate evidence into the way they practice. Across North Carolina – and the country – small, community-based hospitals say they are building partnerships with larger health care systems as a way to help offset rising medical costs and to better navigate changes under the Affordable Care Act. When health systems acquire physician practices, Richman argued, prices go up, in part because competition between doctors and hospitals over services they both provide is reduced.
Dr. Linda Taylor is an experienced leader and physician with 29 years practicing Emergency Medicine. She received her undergraduate and medical school degrees from Howard University. Throughout her career she has held multiple hospital administrative positions and board appointments. She is very active in the community, currently on the board of Habitat for Humanity of High Point, an alumni member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority, and member of the Links, a national African American community service organization. Dr. Sheri Lim, a board-certified physician, has 25 years of experience in internal medicine.
“They have fewer resources; their demographics is often a sicker population, with more chronic disease, more Medicare and Medicaid, fewer insured to help cover the cost shift. But the announcement was immediately followed by a host of questions and concerns from health insurers, patients, state legislators and others. Taking into account management agreements and other affiliations, it would put nearly half of North Carolina’s 125 hospitals under a single corporate umbrella. Duke has offered $5,000 goodwill payments, money for 25 years of water bills, and compensation for property value loss to neighbors. Property owners have sued the utility alleging environmental hazards near its Allen, Asheville, Belews Creek, Buck, Cliffside, Lee, Marshall, Mayo, Roxboro and Sutton plant sites. Duke is required to move ash at seven sites into lined landfills or recycling facilities.
If the district has already reached its approved choice enrollment maximum, this preference will not apply. The district gives enrollment preference to choice applicants who have a sibling currently attending the choice district, provided there are choice seats available in the choice-approved grades/programs and the students meet any program-specific criteria. In a Wednesday email, Ripley wrote the earlier letter was an attempt to remain in communication and assuage anyone’s anxiety over “other issues” they might have heard about including the recent positive test of a K-8 student in Frankford, whose students attend grades 9-12 at High Point. Superintendent Scott Ripley confirmed the results in a letter to parents and the community Tuesday, shortly after school officials were notified by the Sussex County Division of Health.
“Our board felt that a management agreement was not the way to go,” said Maria Parham CEO Bob Singletary. “They felt like they needed someone who had more ‘skin in the game,’ if you will. “It makes sense to connect with a larger system,” said the Hospital Association’s Strickland.
Before Cornerstone was purchased by Wake Forest Baptist, it had achieved some unusual success as part of a pilot program run by Medicare that aimed to lower costs and increase quality. In North Carolina, one of the state’s largest independent practices — High Point-based Cornerstone Health Care — was purchased by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in 2016. Cornerstone employed some 300 physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Matt Jobe is an attorney with the law firm of Wyatt Early Harris Wheeler LLP in High Point. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Masters of Accounting degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University. In addition to being an attorney, Matt is also a Certified Public Accountant.
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