The Chief Primary Care Medical Officer (CPCMO) is an emerging physician leadership position focused on improving continuity for the patients of hospital based health care systems. Continuity, the essence of primary care, drives value. However, this continuity is inadvertently undermined by the hospitalist movement which may lead to primary care connection disruption at the hospital
Hiring top performers is a time-consuming process that can often feel like a game of chance. Resumes are screened, interviews are scheduled, but unless you can truly understand what drives and motivates each candidate, and how they will approach their job and work with others, you are most likely gambling on whether the candidate you
“Social determinants of health” (SDHs) are nonclinical factors that profoundly affect health. Helping community health centers (CHCs) document patients’ SDH data in electronic health records (EHRs) could yield substantial health benefits. Our speaker, Dr. Rachel Gold, leads a team that developed a set of EHR-based SDH data collection, summary, and referral tools for CHCs; her
What is Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)? For over 35 years, the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society has led innovative programs transforming the practices of medicine and psychology through the integration of mindfulness in the education and training of health care professionals. Using the tools of science, their research is focused on
Leveraging LinkedIn By Ellen Mahoney, Fernando Limbo, Lida Junghans, Priya Heatherly LinkedIn is a valuable tool for building and sustaining your network and for being contacted about possible new career opportunities. As a health care executive search firm, we are retained by clients to find leaders for their organizations. We use LinkedIn extensively to find
You’ve heard lectures and read books about improving employee engagement and accountability. Great ideas, but what happens when you try to implement them? Join us for this Webinar and learn how one organization applied Reality-Based Leadership: what they did, how they did it and what has happened.
Our speakers are Cassandra Tembo and Gwenevere Josey, Chief Administrative Officer and Director of HR Strategic Support from Cedar Lake, in Louisville KY, a non-profit organization that supports adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
For organizations that compete in a volatile, uncertain, chaotic, and ambiguous (VUCA) business environment, the ability to effectively identify, develop, and deploy executive talent in critical leadership roles is a sustainable source of competitive advantage. To effectively prepare for the unprecedented departure of leadership talent while aligning people development practices in an uncertain business environment, organizations must develop succession management capabilities—the talent management and succession planning practices that enhance bench strength in critical leadership positions, ensure smooth transitions in executive roles, and cultivate leadership talent across the organization.
Our speaker, Kevin S. Groves, Ph.D., discusses the Succession Management Capabilities (SMC) framework, which captures succession planning, talent assessment, and leadership development practices critical for driving performance outcomes in VUCA environments. The session will cover compelling lessons from nationally prominent healthcare organizations, including Kaiser Permanente, Cleveland Clinic Health System, and Sutter Health. Captured in his recently released book, the SMC framework and lessons from the healthcare industry offer a practical template and a series of best practices and policy recommendations for enhancing succession performance outcomes.
If you’re not consistently and consciously building your professional network, you’re losing ground. This session provides insights about expanding and strengthening your professional network.
Poor food intake is known to lead to malnutrition in long-term care, but determinants of food intake are not fully understood, hampering the development of interventions to maintain the nutritional status of residents. Our speaker is Professor. Heather Keller, the Schlegel Research Chair in Nutrition & Aging at the University of Waterloo. This webinar is based on her research regarding resident, unit, staff, and facility variables associated with food intake and strategies for improving food intake.
Collaboration between and among physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other clinical and administrative professionals will play an increasingly important role in the future of healthcare. This webinar highlights the findings of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study designed to identify practices that promote effective interprofessional collaboration (IPC). We define the practices, explore their potential to contribute to a culture of IPC, and look at their impact on high quality, patient-centered care through specific examples of innovative pilots and initiatives from leading healthcare institutions across the country.