With VEP, I own a piece of the company. Being a shareholder makes people feel loyal and want to stay with the organization long-term – doctors, PAs, and nurses, as well as administration.
Jeanette Shibata, PA-C
If you’re the CEO, you’re getting hurt on patient satisfaction. With RPM and VEPeds, VEP does the heavy lifting. They have a proven methodology to help.
Dari Caldwell, President of Novant Health Rowan Medical Center
Every month I was beating my head against the wall with the ED until VEP came along. The ER is not a problem now and I can focus on other things.
Steve Givens, CEO Russell County Medical Center, Lebanon, VA
VEPeds establishes leadership in EDs for the care and safeguarding of children, structures pediatric training for staff, and assures effective organization of critical equipment and supplies.
Ronald Dieckmann, MD, MPH, Director of Pediatrics
The patient satisfaction scores are the highest I have ever seen for our hospital. The VEP Rapid Patient Management approach has made a significant difference in improving ED patient satisfaction.
Stan Hickson, CEO Johnston Memorial Hospital, Abingdon, VA
I know that the physicians that work in our emergency department are less reactive, have established good communication systems with our nurses, participate in our unit based councils, and communicate very well with our medical staff. Those are the things I see in VEP. It’s just really good management that they practice.
Beth Zachary President, Adventist Health/Southern California Network
Dr. Maron showed that he understood our audience. This was very important to our staff and board.
Theresa Glubka CEO, Sutter Solano Medical Center