CHI Living Communities earned the Chief Executive Officer’s Recognition Award for being among the Top Five high achievers in the Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) 2016 Performance Culture Assessment. The award states, “Catholic Health Initiatives appreciates your exceptional performance and dedication to serving your community.”
The honor is based on an independent survey and assessment on employee satisfaction and engagement by HealthStream, a leading provider of workforce, patient experience and provider solutions for the health care industry. The survey given May 2016 to employees of CHI Living Communities in Ohio and Kentucky took under consideration such items as job engagement, organizational engagement and overall employee satisfaction. Rick Ryan, President/CEO of CHI Living Communities, received the honor for the organization.
“As an organization we work together to be impactful and change the way people look at and experience senior living. I believe that this dedication and service to others brings satisfaction into the daily lives of our employees and helped us earn this honor,” explained Ryan.
CHI Living Communities is a subsidiary of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI). CHI Living Communities provides comprehensive care in a variety of living options, including independent and assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care and rehabilitation services. To learn more about our locations across the country and their various offerings, visit www.homeishere.org.
ABOUT CATHOLIC HEATLTH INITIATIVES: Catholic Health Initiatives, a nonprofit, faith-based health system formed in 1996 through the consolidation of four Catholic health systems, expresses its mission each day by creating and nurturing healthy communities in the hundreds of sites across the nation where we provide care. The nation’s third-largest nonprofit health system, Englewood, Colorado- based CHI operates in 19 states and comprises 103 hospitals, including four academic health centers and major teaching hospitals as well as 30 critical-access facilities; community health-services organizations; accredited nursing colleges; home-health agencies; living communities; and other facilities and services that span the inpatient and outpatient continuum of care. In fiscal year 2015, CHI provided almost $970 million in financial assistance and community benefit – an 8% increase over the previous year – for programs and services for poor, free clinics, education and research. Financial assistance and community benefit totaled more than $1.6 billion with the inclusion of the unpaid costs of Medicare. The health system, which generated operating revenues of $15.2 billion in fiscal year 2015, has total assets of approximately $23 billion. Learn more at www.catholichealthinitiatives.org.