Monthly Archives: August 2014

Healthcare is changing and so are the leadership requirements for running an efficient quality system. With all of the industry focus on QI methodologies such as Lean and Six Sigma there is not nearly enough emphasis on quality system leadership and infrastructure....
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Anticipating and reacting to emerging requirements of the hospital quality system is a full time job. The landscape seems to be changing continuously. A careful analysis of value-based purchasing provides some important guidance. This Infographic illustrates key trends and offers suggestions for...
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Will *** IDEAS *** EXECUTION … the recipe for quality anything.                 100% grown in my kitchen garden 100% organic 5 different kinds of greens 2 different beet varieties broccoli, cucumbers, carrots, celery, onion tomatoes,...
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The Lean Framework is basking in the healthcare spotlight these days but there are other worthwhile avenues for cultivating patient value. Design thinking is one. I believe Design Thinking has much to offer healthcare because it focuses on one important factor that...
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In part 1 of our discussion of Martha Beck’s Huffington Post article on the benefits of knowing when to lead and when to follow, it became clear that there ARE benefits to learning to redefine leadership. Martha Beck provides three important steps...
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