Henry Ford Health System Answering the Call. The Henry Ford Experience: 7 Pillars. Mission To improve people’s lives through excellence in the science and art of health care and healing. Vision Transforming lives and communities through health and wellness – one person at a time.
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Answering the Call
MissionTo improve people’s lives through excellence in the science and art of health care and healing.
VisionTransforming lives and communities through health and wellness – one person at a time.
Quality & Safety
Research & Education
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
System ValuesRespect for people High Performance Learning & Continuous Improvement Social Conscience Each Patient First
Core CompetenciesInnovation Care Coordination Collaboration
Strategic Patient/ Performance & Staff Safe & Reliable Accountability
Planning Customer Focus Knowledge Management Focus Process Focus for Results
President / COO
Chief Diversity Officer
Business Unit Diversity Committees
Score card team
The Diversity Council is responsible for the
development and oversight of all diversity
strategies and programs
Office of Community Health, Equity & Wellness
Dr. Kimberlydawn Wisdom, SVP
Generation With Promise
Childhood Obesity Prevention
Sew Up the Safety Net
Infant Mortality Disparity Reduction
Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Center for Integrative Wellness
Goal: Positive change at 3 levels…
Working through an unprecedented public-private partnership of Detroit’s major health systems, public health, academic and community partners, we will tighten a loose net of disconnected medical and social services …
…thereby building a comprehensive, accountable system of care that will engage the residents of three Detroit neighborhoods to improve the conditions that lead to infant survival through the first year of life.
Connect 1,500 at-risk women, 375 pregnant (Group P) and 1,125 non-pregnant (Group NP), ages 18-34 years in the Brightmoor, Osborn, and Southwest neighborhoods to community and health care resources by 6/30/2014.
Improve awareness of health equity and racial disparities in health care by providing educational sessions to 500 physicians, nurses, social workers, and other health care professionals in the participating partner health systems by 3/31/2014.
Establish technologically relevant educational and supportive products that will engage the broader community in promoting good health status prior to and during pregnancy.
is the most shocking and inhumane…”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Saint Francis Hospital Board Member Curtis D. Robinson commits $1million to Men’s Health Institute
prostate cancer outreach program
Dr. Ben Carson- Keynote Speaker
42 Community Events Held
647 PSA’s drawn
581 Digital Rectal Exams
33 Prostate Biopsies performed
18 Prostate Cancer pts diagnosed/ treated
7 Robotic Prostatectomies
7 Radiation/Hormonal treatment
4 Other treatments
as of 7/6/11