AHC Ready for Accreditation Renewal

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Analgesic Healthcare Ready for Accreditation Renewal Analgesic Healthcare is excited about their 2017 accreditation renewal survey that will be coming up in the near future. In the meantime, the company has analyzed the final numbers from it’s 2016 Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) and presented the QIP results in a companywide meeting during the month of January. A few months ago AHC discussed the importance of accreditation and the QIP plan in it’s Q3 companywide meeting. Analgesic Healthcare is proud of accomplishing 98% or higher in the areas of Patient Satisfaction, File Accuracy, Product Delivery, and Patient Record/Compliance. Additionally, the organization has received less than <1% in Patient Complaints, and had less than 5% in new patient Unit Returns. The company has been accredited since 2005, and while accreditation is not mandatory for Analgesic Healthcare, they choose to be accredited…
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AHC Sends Holiday Cards to Troops

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Analgesic Healthcare Partners With Local Radio Station to Send Holiday Cards to Troops Overseas Tampa, Fla., (December 28, 2016) – Tampa-based country radio station, WQYK, continues its holiday tradition of sending “10,000 Cards for the Troops” overseas to encourage troops throughout the holiday season. Analgesic Healthcare readily joined in WQYK’s initiative. In a goodwill effort to uplift the hearts of military troops overseas, Analgesic Healthcare extended its support by writing over 500 holiday greetings and well-wishes in the form of cards and letters. Christmas is often a bittersweet time of the year for military families around the globe so the public was encouraged to fill out a holiday card with a special message for a soldier and WQYK would ship the cards out to the troops just in time for…
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AHC Provides 60 Ankle Braces

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Analgesic Healthcare Teams Up With Madison Memorial Hospital to Donate 60 Ankle Braces to High School Athletes Tampa, Fla., (December 15, 2016) – Analgesic Healthcare has an ongoing partnership with Madison Memorial Hospital’s Sports Medicine Program to provide requisite equipment to local high school athletes in need. This year, Analgesic Healthcare has donated 60 ankle braces to support the programs ongoing efforts to sustain its current operations and further endeavors. The Madison Sports Medicine Program, led by Dr. Brad Codero, provides training services such as acute injury response during practice and games, subacute-rehab, and full-service physical therapy for male and female basketball athletes at Madison High School and Sugar Salem High School, both located in Madison County, Idaho. Athletes are selected for bracing and other supports based on their history…
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