A Gold Standard in Healthcare

The Lay of the Land Hospitals and healthcare organizations are required to address expectant standards of care in the delivery of their services, based on regulatory and accrediting entities. The requirements are representative of the specific regulatory agency’s mission. Evidenced-based medicine, best practices, and delivering high quality of care through clinical patient outcomes, contribute […]

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Inspiration Matters

Inspiration Isn’t Optional Even as a busy CEO, I know that if we don’t tend to inspiration needs of colleagues and team members at every level, it puts our culture in danger. Our people cannot be resilient, excellent, and dependable if they are chronically discouraged and uninspired. They need encouragement. They need inspiration. To […]

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Leveraging Diversity in the C-Suite

 Leveraging Diversity in the C-Suite Why is it important for Leaders to leverage diversity when it comes to selection of their C-Suite or top leadership? The best response I learned from real life experience. When leadership reflects or becomes a mirror to the diversity of the workforce, it strengthen the organization. Leadership Should Reflect the Team Naturally, […]

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What Separates Us in Healthcare Organizations?

What Separates us in Healthcare Organizations I began asking myself this question recently: Within a healthcare organization, what KEY things separate us as people functioning in their specific roles, and responsibilities? Scanning a typical healthcare organization, there are many different specialty areas that play an important role in the care of a single patient. […]

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