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Culture
Recent events and mounting industry data illuminate an uncomfortable truth: Implicit bias is prevalent in healthcare, and many are unaware. More importantly, it’s hurting patients. In this post, we’ll touch on ramifications and recommendations for tackling implicit bias as healthcare leaders so that every patient — regardless of background, ethnicity, race, education, sexual orientation, or...
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“For better and worse, culture and leadership are inextricably linked,” reports the Harvard Business Review, echoing the old adage: Culture eats strategy for breakfast. In healthcare organizations, culture is either a liability or advantage. Astute leaders proactively shape the kind of culture that ensures strong clinical and financial outcomes. With that in mind, we explored...
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Culture permeates all your organization produces. Whatever your culture prioritizes (or neglects) inevitably shows up in clinical, financial and satisfaction outcomes. All organizations have a culture, of course, but is it a good one? We’ve recently covered the people aspect of building a strong culture (see part 1). In this follow-up post, we’ll focus on...
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We have a belief at MEDI Leadership: culture eats strategy for lunch. You may consider this quote from Peter Drecker overused, but most likely you sense some truth in it. If you’re not sure you agree with Mr. Drecker’s statement, consider the strategies that exist throughout hospitals today. Some of the best minds have created...
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