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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) was formed in 1996 when Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital and Deaconess Medical Center merged. BIDMC has 672 beds, a Level I trauma center and more than 1,200 physicians on its active medical staff, most of whom are on the faculty of Harvard Medical School. BIDMC is part of CareGroup—a loose affiliation of hospitals formed in October 1996 through the merger of Beth Israel, Pathway Health Network and Mount Auburn Hospitals. CareGroup was originally intended to be an IDN; the concept failed and each hospital went its own way, clinically, although CareGroup remains tied through a bond indenture.
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center profile includes:
System overview and recent news
Leadership, org chart, and executive bios
2016-2017 strategic priorities
Patient volume and financial performance
VBP performance: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Market share and key hospital competitors
Level of system integration
Value-based initiatives: ACOs
Darwin’s Visual Scorecard: Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization
Population Health Management: Behavioral health, oncology, cardiovascular and diabetes
Partnering with Beth Israel: best practices
Affiliations: hospitals and other affiliations
Deployed technologies: clinical systems and EHRs
Contact information—verified email contacts
This report is provided as an annual subscription, with quarterly updates.
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center profile is available now for download. 29 pages, .PDF, Version 1.4 revised December 21, 2016.