Boston, MA- (September 24, 2015) – Coverys, a leading provider of medical professional liability insurance and related services, announced a $7,550 grant by the Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation to Morrow County Hospital in Mt. Gilead, Ohio. The grant will help support the continuation of the Pathway to Change project, a five-year project designed to improve staff accountability and communication.
“Morrow County Hospital is committed to providing quality patient care,” said Gregg L. Hanson, CEO and president of Coverys. “The evidence of this commitment can be seen in their multi-year efforts in implementing and executing initiatives associated with the Pathway to Change project. Coverys is pleased to be able to support this good work.”
“This grant will directly support ongoing efforts of the Pathway to Change project which provides improved care through standardizing processes and procedures across the organization, utilizing a new incident reporting program, and implementing other beneficial steps that ensure a positive and strong culture for patients and staff,” said Kelley Shealy, Quality Risk Manager of Morrow County Hospital. “By improving communication processes, the Pathway to Change initiative has a direct impact on improving patient care.”
The Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation was established by Coverys to support charitable endeavors focused on healthcare providers and facilities working to improve patient safety, as well as innovative projects committed to enriching the healthcare community. The development of the Foundation exemplifies Coverys’ dedication to being an affirmative and active corporate citizen in the healthcare community and the communities in which it operates.