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Dr. Badr Idbeis

President and Chief Executive Officer, Chairman

Cardiovascular Hospitals of America

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COMPLETE TURNKEY PROPOSAL: CHA provides a complete turnkey construction. Using its experience, CHA is able to quickly and efficiently transition from conception to a completed facility. ARCHITECTURAL PLANS: CHA provides architectural approaches and plan ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Member
American College of Cardiology

Member
The Society of Thoracic Surgeons

Member
International College of Surgeons

Co-Founder
Kansas Heart Hospital

Board Member
Medical Society of Sedgwick County

Education

M.D. degree

Damascus University

Web References (109 Total References)


Cardiovascular Hopsitals of America

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Badr Idbeis, MD, FACS President and Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board, Cardiovascular Hospitals of America, LLC

Dr. Badr Idbeis received his M.D. degree from Damascus University. He completed his post-graduate training in General Surgery at the Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, New York and the Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan. He then completed his cardio-thoracic training at the State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Thoracic Surgery, and is a member of The Society of Thoracic Surgery, The International College of Surgeons, and the American College of Cardiology among others. Dr. Idbeis has served as the Chairman of the Department of Surgery, and as both a member and as chairman of many other committees in the largest hospital in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Idbeis has also served as a director on several boards including the Medical Society of Sedgwick County and is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
In 1999, Dr. Idbeis co-founded the Kansas Heart Hospital that owns and operates a 52 bed full service Cardio-Vascular specialty hospital in Wichita, Kansas and has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Department of Surgery of the hospital since its formation and until 2003 when he devoted his full attention to the operations of the Cardiovascular Hospitals of America, LLC. He also developed the Kansas Spine Hospital which opened for operations in December 2003.
Dr. Idbeis has been a tireless advocate of high quality patient health care by empowering physicians through governance, leadership and co-ownership of specialty hospitals. Dr. Idbeis developed and has full knowledge of the intellectual property of the Specialty Hospital and has practical hands-on experience required to effectively develop new general and specialty hospitals.
Dr. Idbeis and his wife Brigitte live in Wichita, Kansas, they have two sons.


Limits Weighed on Physician-Owned Hospitals

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But Badr Idbeis, chief executive of Kansas Medical Center, a 58-bed doctor-owned general hospital that opened in October 2006 near Wichita, said traditional hospitals also use their muscle to lure patients, by negotiating exclusive agreements with insurers, pressuring doctors not to send patients elsewhere, or other tactics.

Idbeis, a co-founder of Kansas Heart Hospital and president of Cardiovascular Hospitals of America, said physician ownership will lure the best minds to medicine and ensure that patient care trumps bureaucracy.Kansas Medical Center has at least one nurse for every four patients, he said, and the hospital has comparatively little administrative overhead.About 5 percent of its patients are on Medicaid.
"All of our money goes into clinical services," Idbeis said.
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Idbeis said he would not object to proposed requirements that doctor-owned hospitals publicly report on their ownership structure, but the government would be wrong to regulate them out of existence.
"America made its greatness allowing the market to decide what works and what does not work," he said.


But Badr Idbeis, chief ...

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But Badr Idbeis, chief executive of Kansas Medical Center, a 58-bed doctor-owned general hospital that opened in October 2006 near Wichita, said traditional hospitals also use their muscle to lure patients, by negotiating exclusive agreements with insurers, pressuring doctors not to send patients elsewhere, or other tactics.

Idbeis, a co-founder of Kansas Heart Hospital and president of Cardiovascular Hospitals of America, said physician ownership will lure the best minds to medicine and ensure that patient care trumps bureaucracy.Kansas Medical Center has at least one nurse for every four patients, he said, and the hospital has comparatively little administrative overhead.About 5 percent of its patients are on Medicaid.
"All of our money goes into clinical services," Idbeis said.
...
Idbeis said he would not object to proposed requirements that doctor-owned hospitals publicly report on their ownership structure, but the government would be wrong to regulate them out of existence.
"America made its greatness allowing the market to decide what works and what does not work," he said.


Cardiovascular Hopsitals of America

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Badr Idbeis, MD, FACSPresident and Chief Executive Officer,Chairman of the Board,Cardiovascular Hospitals of America, LLC

Dr. Badr Idbeis received his M.D. degree from Damascus University.He completed his post-graduate training in General Surgery at the Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, New York and the Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan.He then completed his cardio-thoracic training at the State University of New York, Buffalo, New York.He is certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Thoracic Surgery, and is a member of The Society of Thoracic Surgery, The International College of Surgeons, and the American College of Cardiology among others.Dr. Idbeis has served as the Chairman of the Department of Surgery, and as both a member and as chairman of many other committees in the largest hospital in Wichita, Kansas.Dr. Idbeis has also served as a director on several boards including the Medical Society of Sedgwick County and is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
In 1999, Dr. Idbeis co-founded the Kansas Heart Hospital that owns and operates a 52 bed full service Cardio-Vascular specialty hospital in Wichita, Kansas and has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Department of Surgery of the hospital since its formation and until 2003 when he devoted his full attention to the operations of the Cardiovascular Hospitals of America, LLC.He also developed the Kansas Spine Hospital which opened for operations in December 2003.
Dr. Idbeis has been a tireless advocate of high quality patient health care by empowering physicians through governance, leadership and co-ownership of specialty hospitals.Dr. Idbeis developed and has full knowledge of the intellectual property of the Specialty Hospital and has practical hands-on experience required to effectively develop new general and specialty hospitals.
Dr. Idbeis and his wife Brigitte live in Wichita, Kansas, they have two sons.


Idbeis says partnership with ...

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Idbeis says partnership with westside hospital is good business for KMC

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Idbeis to partner with Lillie on hospital project [Wichita]
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There are many reasons for the newly signed partnership between Kansas Medical Center, Cardiovascular Hospital of America LLC and a west Wichita hospital project, says Badr Idbeis.
Most importantly, he says, it's better to have friends than foes.
"If you look at the alternative, if we had stayed away from it, it could have actually created a competitor rather than an ally," says Idbeis, CEO at Kansas Medical Center in Andover and founder of CHA, which will manage the Family Medical Center of Kansas, a project led by Wichita developer Matt Lillie.

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