Corporate Transcendence is not a Dream

I have spent half of my healthcare career in personal research and experimentation on how organizations can create, sustain, and continually improve to make their excellence tomorrow, greater than their excellence today. A system of excellence that sets colleagues, leaders, and management up for success so they can successfully meet all the many competing […]

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Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places Do you feel sometimes in your health care environment that it’s hard to find the love? Of course, I’m not talking about relationships between individuals, but I am talking about a healthy, caring, and yes loving work environment for colleagues. If an organization is experiencing high […]

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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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Taught but Not Caught

Taught but Not Caught How many times in life have we been taught something, and yet in the immediate future are not able to apply the teaching? The education was delivered or taught, but not caught. This was a profound statement I heard used by a Joint Commission surveyor, that I could definitely relate […]

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Medical Mastermind Groups

Talent Management through Mastermind Groups in the Medical Environment The concept of having a Mastermind Group in a healthcare setting may sound far fetched and out of place, but to the contrary, a Mastermind Group can be held in any setting with two or more people participating. A healthcare organization that is continuously seeking excellence […]

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