In the post, Ken shares a little bit of the background about how the article came to be.
“…it wasn't hard to zero in on the themes in the article.
The devastating scope of harm, poor quality, and profound variation between the best and the worst has not altered fundamentally in two decades of efforts.
The question is why, what's missing?“
In the post (and the article), you'll read the four recommendations that Ken and John shared.
We talked for almost an hour, so I released this in two parts:
I hope you'll check out the conversation about topics including patient safety and the need to better support nurses and other caregivers in the process.
I also published an episode with my friend (and two-time former colleague), Meghan Scanlon. We worked together at J&J (ValuMetrix Services) when I was there from 2005 to 2009 and we were colleagues again at Value Capture for more than three years until her departure last year.
In the episode, I ask Meghan about her career transitions — and I think that could be really interesting to those of you who, like Meghan and me, have transitioned from manufacturing to healthcare work. She's now also made a transition that I've never made — from healthcare consultant to a leader within a health system.
I hope you'll check that episode out, as well.
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