Equitable Health Care Requires Inclusive Language

Harvard Business Review

Six principles to help clinicians communicate effectively with all of their patients. Diversity and inclusion Social and global issues Customer experience Healthcare sector Digital Article

8 Reasons Why Health Care Providers Should Offer Telehealth Visits - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS

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5 Steps to Restore Trust in U.S. Health Care

Harvard Business Review

Customer experience Health and wellness Healthcare sector North America Digital ArticleThe pandemic exposed major weaknesses and undermined public faith in the system.

Life-Giving Cultures in Health Care Organizations

Michael Lee Stallard

That’s why cultures in health care organizations need to be life-giving in order to energize health care workers who give so much of themselves to their patients. In some health care-related fields, as many as one-third of employees leave their jobs each year. You can’t give what you don’t have.

Managing Change in Health Care

Coaching Tip

For example, many hospitals are now engaged in making changes to improve their performance and the quality of care they provide. Change leaders need to take care of their physical health, invest in their personal life, and make sure there's a balance there. . By Guest Author Pamela Shaheen DrPH. Healthcare organizations seem to be particularly challenged in reinventing themselves when compared to other industries. . Why is that?

Robots for Health Care from Toyota

Curious Cat

This increases the need for health care and for assistance with everyday tasks from the elderly. Japan is also among the leading countries for developing robots for health care and living assistance. Innovation IT engineering Health care Japan long term thinking system thinking ToyotaJapan has an extremely rapidly aging population.

4 Ways to Improve Specialty Health Care in the U.S.

Harvard Business Review

The current practice of “bundling” care makes it less accessible, affordable, effective, and pleasant. Operations and supply chain management Health and behavioral science Process management Healthcare sector Digital Article

A Framework for Designing Excellent Virtual Health Care

Harvard Business

The pandemic has illustrated the potential of virtual care — but realizing it has proven challenging. Health and behavioral science Operations strategy Process management Healthcare sector Digital Article

5 Critical Priorities for the U.S. Health Care System

Harvard Business

A guide to making health care more accessible, affordable, and effective. Business models Operations and supply chain management Customer strategy Healthcare sector Digital Article

Video Quick Take: UnitedHealth Group’s Madhu Palkar on Leveraging Technology to Simplify and Transform Health Care - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM PERSISTENT SYSTEMS

Harvard Business

Health care and treatment Sponsor ContentSponsor content from Persistent Systems.

5 Ways to Restore Depleted Health Care Workers

Harvard Business

Proven strategies that health systems are using to combat employees’ physical and emotional exhaustion. Health and wellness Human resource management Healthcare sector Digital Article

How Collaboration Can Drastically Improve U.S. Health Care

Harvard Business

Operations and supply chain management Health and behavioral science Organizational development Healthcare sector Digital ArticleSeveral ambitious initiatives at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan show how it can improve outcomes and reduce costs.

WHE05: New Tools for Health Care Consumerism | with Clayton Nicholas from Change Healthcare

Engaging Leader

Health care consumerism is a key part of most employers’ strategies for workforce health engagement. This involves tools, resources, education, and motivation to help employees and family members make decisions that optimize health outcomes and cost-effectiveness. It could be choosing an appropriate hospital, a treatment type, a medication, follow-up care, whether […]. Workforce Health Engagement™ workforce health engagement

Why Health Care Systems Should Invest in Medical Malls

Harvard Business

​​They can make care more accessible, reduce inequities, promote economic development, and allow hospital-based health systems to lower their costs.

How U.S. Employers Can Help Provide Better Health Care

Harvard Business

Employers took on a more active role in health care during the pandemic — and workers have benefitted. Business and society Human resource management Digital Article

Organizational Health Care with N2Growth: When was your Last Check-up?

N2Growth Blog

IT’S TIME TO TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR ORGANIZATION’S HEALTH! Schedule an appointment with your organization’s health care provider (you do have one right?) We’re providing some of our resources to help you and your health care provider (you do have one right?) determine what health services and screenings are best for you and your team. WHERE CAN I GO FOR HEALTH SERVICES? AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION.

4 Ways to Remove “Sludge” from Health Care Processes

Harvard Business

Behavioral economics Health and behavioral science Process management Healthcare sector Digital ArticleAdvice from three senior managers at Ascension.

Evaluating Innovative Health Care Solutions for Obesity

Harvard Business

Which health care innovations will do the most good for society and yield the best business results? Business models Health Innovation Audio

WHE21: Can Behavioral Economics Solve Your Company’s Health Care Problems? | with Derek Yach from Vitality Institute

Engaging Leader

In particular, the still-evolving field of behavioral economics provides opportunities for employers to use evidence-based strategies to improve the health of their workforce. Jesse is joined by Dr. Derek Yach from the Vitality Institute, to discuss the reasons for this health care gap – and what your company can do to engage your workforce for better health and productivity. Derek Yach has focused his career on advancing global health.

Decades Later The USA Health Care System is Still a Deadly Disease for Our Economy

Curious Cat

One of those was excessive health care costs. Health care is extremely expensive everywhere. But in the USA the health care system is twice as costly as other rich countries. And there a a great deal of other damage done that can’t be seen in just the 100% more the USA spends on health care than other rich countries spend. Related: USA Health Care Spending 2013: $2.9 Decades ago W.

Breaking Down Health Care Silos

Harvard Business

Innovation Communication Health Healthcare Digital ArticleLessons from Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Video Quick Take: NTT’s Lisa Esch on Enriching Digital Experiences in Health Care - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM NTT DATA

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from NTT DATA. Sponsor Content

Balancing Virtual and In-Person Health Care

Harvard Business

What should hybrid care look like once the pandemic is over? Health Operations Technology Digital Article

Frustrated Patients Are Making Health Care Workers’ Jobs Even Harder

Harvard Business

Conflict Health Managing organizations Digital ArticleBad behavior puts both caregivers and patients at risk. Here are six ways to reduce it.

SWOT Analysis in Nursing & Health care

Rapid BI

SWOT analysis for Nurses and Health care environments Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats in a health care environment. Management example health care infection control nursing sample SWOT analysis templateSWOT – for management, mentoring and nursing A SWOT analysis is a tool that can provide prompts to the managers, clinical leads, nurse tutors, nurse mentors and staff involved in the analysis of what is effective and [.].


How to Measure the Value of Virtual Health Care

Harvard Business

A framework to help policymakers, insurers, and providers consider how telehealth fits into their future. Technology Customer service Healthcare Digital Article

Amazon’s Foray into Primary Care Won’t Be Easy

Harvard Business Review

trillion health care sector? Corporate strategy Health care and treatment Healthcare sector Digital ArticleAfter its acquisition of One Medical, how will the giant navigate the U.S.’s ’s $4.1

Should You Tell a Prospective Employer About Your Caregiving Responsibilities?

Harvard Business Review

Career planning Flex time Time-off policies Personnel policies Remote work Health care and treatment Managing yourself Job search Job interviews Work-life balance Balancing work and family Digital ArticleThree strategies to help you make the judgment call.

How AI Vendors Can Navigate the Health Care Industry

Harvard Business

Six factors to consider. Business models Technology Innovation Healthcare Technology Digital Article

What Health Care Can Teach Other Industries About Preventing Burnout

Harvard Business

Health Stress Digital ArticleA three-part framework.

What One Health Care CEO Is Learning from the Pandemic

Harvard Business

Seven lessons. Operations Technology Race Digital Article

The U.S. Health Care System Isn’t Built for Primary Care

Harvard Business

Box checking and perverse incentives undermine the patient/physician relationship. Operations and supply chain management Process management Government policy and regulation Healthcare sector Digital Article

How Big Tech Can Help Fix U.S. Health Care

Harvard Business

Effective solutions will be grounded in collaboration, not disruption. Innovation Healthcare Technology Digital Article

Using Dr. Deming’s Ideas at Baptist Memorial Health Care

Deming Institute

Skip Steward, Chief Improvement Office (CIO) for Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation in Memphis, Tennessee is the latest guest on the Deming Podcast ( download the podcast ). Skip discusses that it unfortunate that at Baptist Memorial Health Care the knowledge of Deming is largely limited to the folks working in quality specific positions. podcast case study culture health care quality tools

What the Pandemic Means for Health Care’s Digital Transformation

Harvard Business

Three key priorities identified by leading CIOs. Technology Operations Business models Healthcare Technology Digital Article

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Engaging Employees in Health Care Data Security

Harvard Business

Consider that in just the first two months of 2018, 24 health care provider organizations reported data breaches affecting over 1,000 patients each, a 60% increase over the same time period last year. Health Care’s New Frontier. How technology is changing the design and delivery of care. As medical professionals first, they do what it takes to provide the best care, even if that sometimes means ignoring or going around security policies (as 4% report).

The Fastest-Growing U.S. States Have the Worst Health Care

Harvard Business

Policymakers and corporate leaders must act to address these deficiencies. Government Economy Digital Article

How to Narrow the Digital Divide in U.S. Health Care

Harvard Business

Six ways academia and industry can work together to build a more equitable system. Innovation Technology Healthcare Digital Article

Employers Can’t Fix U.S. Health Care Alone

Harvard Business

Haven’s demise underscores why companies and the federal government need to work together. Here’s where to start. Economics & Society Digital Article

Roe v. Wade’s Demise Is a Turning Point for Corporate America

Harvard Business Review

Access to reproductive health care isn’t just a political stance — it’s a critical workplace issue that companies need to address.

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3 Ways to Humanize the Virtual Health Care Experience

Harvard Business

Digital tools should help doctors and patients make strong first impressions, meaningfully connect, and instill mutual confidence. Healthcare Technology Digital Article

Improving Health Care by Gamifying It

Harvard Business

Behavioral economics Innovation Health Technology Digital ArticlePrompts and rewards can help patients stick to their treatments.

The Pandemic Will Fuel Consolidation in U.S. Health Care

Harvard Business

Congress and regulators must curb combinations that adversely affect the cost and quality of care. Government Mergers & acquisitions Competition Digital Article