Some Recent Posts I Wrote (and Podcasts) for the Value Capture Blog
As part of my affiliation with the firm Value Capture, I've been writing on their blog.
Here are some recent posts of mine that you might find interesting:
Should Daily Huddles Be Held Every Single Day in Healthcare Settings?
Do “daily” in the context of huddles mean literally seven days a week? In this post, I share thoughts and comments from healthcare leaders and some Value Capture advisors about the practice and alternatives for finding leadership support on weekends.
Respect Every Individual Patient: Disposable MRI Hijabs
Respect means everybody, everywhere, every day. Meeting the needs of each individual patient is paramount, as I write about in this post.
I've also shared some excerpts from the free eBook Lasting Impact: Leaders Share Lessons from Paul H. O'Neill, Sr.
Those latest excerpts:
Uncommon Leadership — Lasting Impact and Paul O'Neill [eBook Excerpt #4]
Leadership for Equality and More — The Lasting Impact of Paul H. O'Neill, Sr. [eBook Excerpt #3]
And here are some recent episodes of the “Habitual Excellence” podcast, presented by Value Capture:
Applying Lessons from Autoliv (Manufacturing) to Intermountain Healthcare: Scott Saxton
Interview with Dr. Patrick Conway, CEO of Care Solutions at Optum
Dr. Fred Pinto on Lean Leadership, Improving Cancer Care in Brazil
Thanks for checking that all out. Have a great Thanksgiving, for those who are in the U.S. No podcast episodes this week, but you can catch up on episodes from the other series I host and produce:
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