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Applying Community Organizing Principles to Restore Joy in Work

IHI offers four lessons on how to nurture joy in the health care workforce.

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The Adverse Impact of the Physician-Hero

In a value-based world, the sickest patients need the benefit of a comprehensive team to provide evidence-based treatment that will deliver desirable clinical outcomes while optimizing the cost of care.

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Interprofessional Collaboration for a Health System in Crisis

To overcome current failures within our health systems, we need to improve interprofessional education and collaboration.

Tina Freese Decker

Cultivating “Systemness” to Create Personalized, High-Reliability Health Care

Becoming a high-reliability health system that is personalized, efficient, and effective means making some tough choices.

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Using Simulations to Improve Physician Leadership Hiring

Department chairs are expected to motivate and inspire a diverse group of smart, ambitious, overworked physicians. But for most, it’s a challenge.

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Using Daily Management and Visual Boards to Improve Key Indicators and Staff Engagement

Baptist Health leverages Daily Management as a way to engage frontline staff and create a data-driven problem-solving culture to help the health system achieve its goals.

Engagement Scores for Moffitt Cancer Center Compared to Press Ganey Engagement Survey National Healthcare Benchmark

A Multi-Strategy Approach to Rebuilding Workforce Engagement

Many health care organizations invest in measuring workforce engagement, but how does one move the needle when scores are low?

Edgar Schein

Lessons in Leadership: Edgar Schein — Part 2

The case for fostering “personized” work relationships to create a culture of process leadership across an organization.

Edgar Schein

Lessons in Leadership: Edgar Schein — Part 1

The idea of humble leadership is to get away from looking at what does the individual need to be a leader, and examining the many, many ways that leadership occurs as a process.

Organizational Alignment Falls Short of What Is Necessary

Survey Snapshot: Good Leadership Requires Organizational Alignment

Although aligning executives, clinicians, and patients can be difficult, NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members have tackled the challenge with success.

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