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Leading Transformation

Health leaders are constantly striving for better healthcare management. Through organizational development and leadership, some health care delivery organizations are making important changes large and small. What separates them from the pack?

Meyer01_header - Seven Challenges and Seven Potential Solutions for Large-Scale EHR Implementation

Leadership

Seven Challenges and Seven Solutions for Large-Scale EHR Implementations

Salient lessons learned over multiple electronic health record implementations.

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital ZSFGH A3 thinking Personal Development Plan A3 leader standard work improvement management example board

Leadership

Changing Leadership Behavior Gets Real Results

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital deployed its new leadership culture, which emphasizes staff decision-making, self-reflection, and clarity in defining problems and goals, to successfully address a crisis involving record-high patient volumes.

A Connected Health Data and Service Ecoystem - digital health platform convener

New Marketplace

Convening a Digitally Enabled Ecosystem to Address the Chronic Disease Burden of an Underserved Community

Disrupted by technologies, health care needs ecosystem-based solutions for integration and equitable access.

Safety-Net Providers Lead Disruptive Innovation to Cut Overuse - Frederick Cerise talk still

Leadership

Safety-Net Providers Lead Disruptive Innovation

It should be no surprise that simpler, cheaper, and more convenient care arises from safety-net providers.

Women of Impact Checklist - Advancing Workplace Equity

Leadership

Lead In: Women of Impact in Health Care on Advancing Equity in the Workplace

Raising the standards of equity and wellness in our workplaces so we effectively advance health for the populations we serve.

Dispersion of Palliative Core Skills via a Train-the-Trainer Palliative Care Mentor Model

Care Redesign

Back to the Future?

Restoring focus to palliative care through a train-the-trainer model for non-palliative care physicians.

Bottle Size Matters - Surgical Care Pain Care and Chronic Opioid Users - Michael Englesbe talk still

Leadership

Bottle Size Matters: Surgical Care and Opioids

Six percent of surgical patients who are opioid naïve become new chronic opioid users. To combat this statistic, one group in Michigan is changing surgical care and pain care practices across the state.

Overcoming Public Health / Health Department - Clinic - Community Bias Joneigh Khaldun partnerships talk still

Leadership

Overcoming Public Health / Clinic / Community Bias

Strategically integrated partnerships between public health, health systems, and the communities they serve are the only way to truly change our nation’s health outcomes.

Title IX to Health Equity - The Power of Shared Mission in High-Performing Teams - Mary O'Connor Yale Yale Women’s Crew Talk Still

Leadership

Title IX to Health Equity: Power of Mission

How the Yale Women’s Crew team fought against gender inequality in March 1976 — and won — and what high-performing health care teams can learn from that story in addressing health inequities.

sprit de Corps - Turning Vicious Cycle into Virtuous Cycle - Stephen Swensen high-performing organizations high-performing teams talk still

Leadership

Esprit de Corps: Turning Vicious Cycle Virtuous

Esprit de corps is the single most important indicator in which health care organizations have control over patient experience, outcomes, safety, and cost. How to get there? By co-creating quality.

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