Some Recent Posts I Wrote (and Podcasts) for the Value Capture Blog

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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]

and

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

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Interview with Dr. Patrick Conway, CEO of Care Solutions at Optum

and

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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