But you see, they don't want your input. It's just a money making marketing ploy, you see. Somebody got the idea on how to make a buck. They got a few hospitals who were VERY interested in ANY way they could market themselves to bring patients to their facilities and not the facility next door. Magnet is a "bumper sticker" that's all it is.
Magnet is also equal to those homes in your neighborhood that have the "ADT" security sticker in the window, or that little sign on the front lawn - but, of course, do not actually have any security system installed
Also like having a "Sheriffs Association" decal on your car...
Don't be fooled by any of this, please!!! Hospitals only exist for money, and they buy into whatever marketing scheme they can to even temporarily give them edge. Other marketing ploys are "Center for excellence", "XXX Institute". These often show up in commercials showing some hi-tech lab environment with doctors and nurses collaborating with x-rays and colorful computers all around them. They make you believe that there is actually a place where these people sit together and discuss your specific tx all day long... when, there is no "institute" -- have you ever been to a tumor board? LOL.