All Hands on Deck – Healthcare Heroism During COVID-19
How do healthcare teams at a large University hospital handle daily patient care during the time of a global pandemic and immense stress? Dr. Craig Rackley, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Duke, depicts the measures that he and his fellow practitioners are taking to reserve resources such as PPE in order to work as safely and efficiently as possible during this time.
Dr. Rackley also delves into the strategic changes that his team has put into place in order to mitigate risk and what the future of healthcare systems and practices will look like following this crisis. Furthermore, Craig highlights some of the silver linings that have already come to light during this unprecedented time.
Culture & Leadership | Staff & Provider Engagement
Sustaining a Patient Experience Framework via Huddle Communications
Unfreeze, change, refreeze: Three steps to transforming organizational culture. Northwell shares their journey of unwinding old patterns, establishing sustainable new models, and creating new habits that led to a remarkable cultural shift that reignited passion in their workforce. In this case study, interdisciplinary huddles were key to reconnecting professionals to their purpose, fostering peer-to-peer conversationsLearn more
Staff & Provider Engagement
“Soul Snack LIVE!” Restores Staff Spirits
By Genevieve Navar Franklin Shared content by the Patient and Care Partner Community of The Beryl Institute with permission from Kaiser Permanente One of the fundamental objectives of The Patient and Care Partner Community of The Beryl Institute is to bring greater understanding and support to patients and family caregivers. In partnership with our GlobalLearn more
Patient Family & Community Engagement | Staff & Provider Engagement
Signals to Action: Northwestern Medicine’s Journey to Humanizing Healthcare Experiences
PX Marketplace Webinar – 2pm ET / 1pm CT / 12pm MT / 11am PT – In an effort to (re)build trust post-pandemic, many health systems are experiencing the pressure to modernize methods used to engage patients and the workforce who care for them. This trend towards an improvement-focused understanding is reflected in the greaterLearn more