2014

New book "The Leapfrog Group" to be released in August, 2014

WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- H Infinity Books, Inc. (www.hinfinitybooks.com) will release a non-fiction work in August entitled, "The Leapfrog Group – Rating Hospitals Without Walking Into Them."

The book will discuss the Washington, DC based 501(c) hospital ratings organization.

"This book will detail the author's belief that rating hospitals, which hospitals then promote as part of their marketing campaign, is misleading when these companies don't actually step foot into the hospitals that they rate," says Enrique Grullon, an executive of H Infinity Books. "It will also discuss in detail the author's thoughts on Steward Health Care System of Boston, Cerberus Capital Management, and other organizations in the healthcare industry."

The American Hospital Association recently criticized the organization in a news piece (see: http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20120626/NEWS/306269956), and is one of many reasons that H Infinity Books signed this particular book to be a part of its new titles in 2014.

The author of the book has set up a website at helenbousquet.com.

For more information visit www.hinfinitybooks.com

SOURCE H Infinity Books



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