This 900-bed academic medical center is on a growth track. It won a $100 million federal construction grant in Dec. 2010 to add advanced radiation therapy for its new cancer center, boosting the budget for its planned expansion to $1.1 billion. A $649 million, 420-bed critical care and cancer hospital is expected to open in 2014. OSU Medical Center will spend $102 million on an electronic health record system over the next five years and its physicians and hospitals expect to win back $25 million in federal payments for meeting meaningful use standards for EHRs. The medical center’s signature programs are in cancer, critical care, heart, imaging, neurosciences and transplantation. The medical center also operates Ohio State University Hospital East, which it purchased in 1999.
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