2011 Benchmarking Survey

2011 - 2012 Benchmarking Survey


The Institute for Diversity in Health Management conducted the 2011 Benchmarking Survey and has released the results to all Institute members. Produced in partnership with the Health Forum, this survey is intended to quantify the ethnic and cultural communities of the national hospital system and identify culturally pro-active hospitals to profile in the Institute's Case Study System. 924 hospitals returned their surveys, giving the Institute a snapshot of the current stage of U.S. hospitals.

 

Downloads

The 2011 Benchmarking Survey Executive Report: "Diversities and Disparities: A Benchmark Study of U.S. Hospitals. (28 pages). Available for download here and in the Institute Resource Center, this report that advancements are being made in key areas that can promote equitable care such as the collection of key demographic data, cultural competency training and the promotion of leadership diversity.

The 2011 Benchmarking Survey Press Release. (4 pages) Released by The Institute for Diversity in Health Management and HRET. A more condensed overview of the 2011 Benchmarking Survey results. Including a list of all of the High Performing Hospitals.

 

2011 High Performing Hospitals

The Institute for Diversity analyzed the data from the 2011 Benchmarking Survey and identified several U.S. hospitals, deserving of recognition for their work with diversity in leadership and governance, diversity management and strengthening the workforce, cultural competency and engaging communities and addressing disparities and delivering quality care. Each category was determined by the Institute to be a key component of an overall diversity promotion and disparities reduction strategy.

 

Diversity in Leadership and Governance - recognition in this category reflects hospitals that have taken positive steps to improve leadership diversity, as measured by the percentage of minorities represented on their boards, executive leadership teams and management staff. 

Advocate Trinity Hospital Chicago, IL
Choctaw Nation Health Care Center Poteau, OK
Greater El Monte Community Hospital South El Monte, CA
Hialeah Hospital Hialeah, FL
Kuakini Medical Center Honolulu, HI
Prince George s Hospital Center Cheverly, MD
Sage Memorial Hospital Ganado, AZ
Shasta Regional Medical Center Redding, CA
Shriners Hospitals for Children  Honolulu Honolulu, HI
University Health System San Antonio, TX

 

 

Diversity Management and Strengthening the Workforce – recognition for this category is based on hospitals’ reported efforts to improve diversity management through efforts to recruit, retain and promote minority individuals within their workforce.

Anaheim Medical Center Anaheim, CA
Aurora BayCare Medical Center Green Bay, WI
Aurora Lakeland Medical Center Elkhorn, WI
Aurora Medical Center Kenosha, WI
Aurora Medical Center   Manitowoc County Two Rivers, WI
Aurora Medical Center of Oshkosh Oshkosh, WI
Aurora Medical Center of Washington County Hartford, WI
Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington Burlington, WI
Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center Sheboygan, WI
Aurora Sinai Medical Center Milwaukee, WI
Aurora St  Luke s Medical Center Milwaukee, WI
Aurora West Allis Medical Center West Allis, WI
Barnes Jewish Hospital St. Louis, MO
Bronson Methodist Hospital Kalamazoo, MI
Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland, OH
Covenant Hospital Plainview Lubbock, TX
Crestwood Medical Center Huntsville, AL
Crittenton Children s Center Kansas City, MO
Greenville Memorial Hospital Greenville, SC
Greer Memorial Hospital Greer, SC
Hillcrest Memorial Hospital Greenville, SC
Holy Cross Hospital Silver Spring, MD
Huron Medical Center Bad Axe, MI
Indiana University Health La Porte Hospital Laporte, IN
Indiana University Health University Hospital Indianapolis, IN
Interim LSU Public Hospital New Orleans, LA
Kindred Hospital Kansas City Kansas City, MO
LAC University of Southern California Medical Center Los Angeles, CA
North Greenville Hospital Greenville, SC
Patewood Memorial Hospital Greenville,SC
Rockford Memorial Hospital Rockford, IL
St  Elizabeth Health Center Youngstown, OH
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth Fort Worth, TX
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas Dallas, TX
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton Denton, TX
University of California  Davis Medical Center Sacramento, CA
University of Virginia Medical Center Charlottesville, VA
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Boise, ID

 

Cultural Competency and Engaging Communities – recognition in this category reflects hospitals’ efforts to understand the linguistic and cultural background of the community, to promote cultural competency as an institutional priority and to meet the needs of a diverse patient population.

Crestwood Medical Center Huntsville, AL
Crittenton Children s Center Kansas City, MO
Durham Regional Hospital Durham, NC
HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation Hospital Humble, TX
Indiana University Health La Porte Hospital Laporte, IN
Indiana University Health University Hospital Indianapolis, IN
Rush University Medical Center Chicago, IL
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Dayton, OH
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Boise, ID
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Washington, DC

 

Addressing Disparities and Delivering Quality Care – recognition in this category affirms responding hospitals’ efforts to research, document, and ameliorate unwarranted variations in patient care.

 

Avera Sacred Heart Hospital Yankton, SD
Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System Little Rock, AR
Christ Hospital Cincinnati, OH
E  A  Conway Medical Center Monroe, LA
Florida Hospital Orlando, FL
Indiana University Health La Porte Hospital Laporte, IN
Piedmont Mountainside Hospital Jasper, GA
University Health System San Antonio, TX
Valley General Hospital Monroe, WA
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Wilkes-Barre, PA

 

The Institute for Diversity in Health Management proudly recognizes the achievements by all of the 2011 High Performing Hospitals.



Questions about the 2011 Benchmarking Survey? Contact Health Forum staff member, Peter Kralovec at pkralovec@aha.org.

Updated: December 2, 2014