Monthly Archives: May 2014

Changing Culture in Healthcare Through Employee Engagement

Our blog continues on healthcare and employee engagement. The story on the access of care in the VA system continues. This week on PBS Newshour, Gwen Ifill talked with two individuals familiar with the situation. One of the people was … Continue reading

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Another Reason for Employee Engagement in Health Care – The Bottom Line

In the last few blogs we’ve written about employee engagement in health care and presented some examples of how the process can benefit hospitals and other facilities. There is another reason for health care personnel to consider employee engagement that … Continue reading

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Employee Engagement and Improper Wait Times

For the last two weeks, our blog has been on employee engagement in healthcare. The blogging on employee engagement in healthcare comes at a great time when we’re hearing about the problem with wait times at some of the VA … Continue reading

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Quality of Healthcare Through Employee Engagement

Last week we talked about the changes occurring in healthcare and how W. Edwards Deming said healthcare would be the last industry to embrace change because of doctors unwilling to make the changes. Today, the healthcare industry is going through … Continue reading

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