In a recent press release from the Baldridge Foundation, it was announced that the American Hospital Association (AHA) has partnered with the Baldridge Foundation as a sponsor for the 2015-2016 Health Care Criteria for Performance Excellence (the Criteria).
New to the world of rural healthcare, or simply wish to learn more?
Here are the 3 most important things you need to know about this sector of healthcare
We’ve touched on gender discrimination in the workplace, but we have yet to discuss the challenges of age discrimination. At Coors Healthcare Solutions, we understand the challenges facing mature applicants, and as more and more are postponing retirement or even returning to work after retirement, we are here to help you navigate your way through the process.
In this article, we’ve listed a few of the most common challenges faced by mature applicants, as well as a few tips for overcoming them
We have heard it said many times that culture is everything to organizational performance. Even so, many organizational leaders still struggle with the behavior competencies that seem vague, fuzzy, and soft yet so vital to the financial and productive prosperity necessary to sustain the organization. Behaviors are the building blocks of the culture. When behavior changes are expressed in terms of the work people do, their mental scripting, expressed in terms of how people are affected by their behavior, it is much easier for people to understand the need for behavior changes and why they are necessary to drive performance excellence and serve the legitimate needs of clients and coworkers as people.
Making advancements in your professional career is inarguably a challenge for everyone, and as a woman-owned business, we have a particular understanding of one of the most common challenges facing women in today’s workplace: gender discrimination.
Three challenges of gender discrimination are
The Coors Healthcare Solutions team is currently in Chicago, Illinois to attend the ACHE Congress from March 16th to the 19th. From today (Monday) through Thursday, we will be here to interview candidates and to participate in the Employment Referral Service.
The average person spends more time at work than anywhere else, which means that the majority of their time is also spent with their coworkers. While creating close friendships with coworkers isn’t for everyone, it’s still important to take the time to better know and understand the people around you. Besides, the workplace in undeniably a better place when coworkers are amicable and when trust is established among team members.
Trust is a key factor in any industry, including healthcare. For healthcare executives, finding ways to integrate doctors can be difficult, but the first step is always to establish trust between executives and physicians. As more physicians begin working with hospitals, healthcare executives and doctors are finding ways to collaborate and cooperate within the same organization.
If you are a healthcare executive searching for solutions to better assimilate physicians into your program, here are few tips
From the minute they check-in to being greeted by a nurse to meeting with the physician, positive patient relations are key. This is especially true for patients dealing with anxiety or doubts, as physicians are likely to receive the brunt of these negative emotions and concerns. After all, whether it’s a patient or a coworker, stress can greatly affect how one communicates or reacts to bad news.
The New Year’s resolutions buzz is beginning to quiet down and will most likely come to an abrupt stop sometime in the middle of February. While some resolutions may fall to the wayside under the “old habits die hard” approach, as a leader, the same should never be said of the annual goals you set for your team at work.