US News and World Report good Hospitals have been ranked According to his excellence in various medical specialties for 26 years, but on Tuesday the company held its first award ceremony for hospitals, known as the “Honor Roll”.
“We decided to take the opportunity to focus on the incredible work of those people,” US News Editor and Chief Content Officer Brian Kelly said at the ceremony held at the Rayburn House Office Building in Capitol Hill.
The No. 1 Honor Roll Hospital for Adult and Pediatric Care is located in Boston, and was presented by Sen. Ed Mark, D-Mass.
Markey won the award for being ranked No. 1 in the Honor Roll of the Best Hospitals at Massachusetts General Hospital. The President of the hospital, Dr. Peter Slavin accepted the award.
Markey noted the hospital’s commitment to staff diversity and the LGBT community, and STEM Program It runs for high school students. “The only thing [Mass General] No No. 1 is avoiding praise, ”he said.
Slavin cited other outstanding hospitals that had topped in the past, including the Johns Hopkins and Mayo Clinic. Citing complex situations such as “we see them as allies against real enemies,” Cancer And other diseases.
2015-16 Honor Roll HospitalOut of which there are 15 this year, 16 secured high scores in at least six of the special rankings of the best hospitals. Hospitals are:
1. Massachusetts General Hospital
2. Mayo Clinic
3 (tie). Johns Hopkins Hospital
3 (tie). UCLA Medical Center
5. Cleveland Clinic
6. Brigham and Women’s Hospital
7. New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell
8. UCSF Medical Center
9. University Hospital of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian
10. Barnes-Jewish Hospital / University of Washington
1 1. Northwestern Memorial Hospital
12. NYU Langon Medical Center
13. UPMC-University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
14. Duke University Hospital
15. Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital
NYU Langone Medical Center is on the Best Hospitals Honor Roll.
(Brett Ziegler for USN and WR)
Marquee then presented the Boston Children’s Hospital with the No. 1 Honor Roll Best Hospital Award, accepted by the hospital’s chief innovation officer, John Brownstein.
“We are not only the ‘Bay State’ but also the ‘Brain State’,” Markeday said of the two hospitals in Massachusetts receiving top awards.
Brownstein spoke of the hospital’s commitment to research and groundbreaking care. “We are focused on the future and where hospitals need to go,” he said. “We strongly believe that the digital experience is going to change the hospital of the future.”
The 2015–16 Honor Roll Hospitals for Pediatrics, of which there are 12 this year, achieved a high score in at least three of the 10 best hospitals ’pediatric specialty rankings. Hospitals are:
1. Boston Children’s Hospital
2. Philadelphia Children’s Hospital
3. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
4. Texas Children’s Hospital
5. Children’s Hospital Colorado
6. Seattle Children’s Hospital
7. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
8. UPMC’s Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh
9. Nationwide Children’s Hospital
10. Children’s National Medical Center
11 (tie). Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
11 (tie). Atlanta Children’s Healthcare