Posted November 06, 2018
Watch this short video to hear from healthcare leaders as they explain how value is currently defined and how they see it evolving as consumerism grows.
Posted October 25, 2018
At Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames, Iowa, CEO Brian Dieter has implemented employee focus groups. The goal: dive deeper into dissatisfiers identified by the employee engagement survey to get actionable insights to drive improvement.
Posted October 22, 2018
With a market shift in healthcare delivery to outpatient and post-acute settings, more and more, leaders are dealing with a geographically dispersed or virtual workforce. Get practical tips for developing and engaging employees in remote or satellite locations.
Posted October 15, 2018
Cultural competence in healthcare is at the core of connecting to patients. When care providers acknowledge and respect a patient’s culture, it opens access to safe, quality care for the entire community.
Posted October 10, 2018
Post-acute care organizations are challenged with high employee turnover and tight staffing, all while expected to deliver quality patient care. It may sound like a contradiction but increasing staff interactions through hourly rounds can help employees proactively meet patient needs - and save time.
Posted October 04, 2018
As leaders, none of us are perfect. In this Coaching Minute, Chad Wolbers describes three common leadership pitfalls and how to overcome them.
Posted September 26, 2018
Studer Group president Debbie Ritchie has long been a proponent of building a strong culture. As the rate of change in healthcare continues to increase, having an agile workforce is more critical than ever. We sat down with Debbie to ask her for her advice on building a change-ready culture.
Posted September 21, 2018
To fundamentally transform their organizations, healthcare leaders must disrupt traditional thinking and take intelligent risks. In this insight, healthcare expert Craig Deao explains how organizations can transform in an era of unprecedented change.
Posted September 20, 2018
As consumers are increasingly seeking healthcare outside the four walls of the hospital, an even greater emphasis has been placed on coordinating care. Interestingly, though, most organizations do not have horizontal leaders who are responsible for overseeing coordination between facilities and providers to ensure patient care is seamlessly managed.
Posted September 17, 2018
In my travels to different healthcare organizations over the years, I have been continually struck by one common theme. In healthcare today, there is a clear line in the sand between those that are ready, willing and even energized to change and those that are resistant to anything new or different.