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So, what interested your peers and colleagues the most in 2017?
Stop singling out "millennials" and start rounding for outcomes if you want to engage every demographic within your workforce.
Debbie Landers, a former CXO and the current product and innovation leader at Studer Group, shares 10 commitments C-Suite leaders must make before successfully adding a CXO role to the organization.
Recognizing that their reputation could be a barrier, The Joint Commission changed its approach so customers would be open to their feedback, education and best practices.
Working in healthcare is rewarding, but it takes a toll on our emotional and physical well-being. Kris Ann Piazza, a survivor in every sense of the word, shares how healthcare professionals can make resilience a habit.
Patient experience is not about satisfaction, it's about the consistency of the patient's care delivery experience.
There's no magic bullet to becoming a high reliability organization, but well-executed shift huddles are a must-have tactic.
By communicating empathy and competence to our patients, we can decrease their anxiety and increase their commitment, further enrolling them in their care.
Do your patients say nice things when you round on them, but your CAHPS surveys tell a different story?
St. David's Georgetown Hospital had a problem with high turnover for new employees. By hardwiring peer interviewing, they reduced their turnover rates from more than 20 percent to less than 10 percent.
While it is important that the discharge process is done right, there are other transitions of care our patients face that require diligence to ensure we give our patients what they need.
Industry dynamics and market forces are combining to create an unprecedented level of change, and they each signal new urgency for a culture of high engagement.