Executive Health Administration

The Ultimate Guide to Advancing your Executive Healthcare Career

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 22, 2017 10:31:42 AM / by John Schiavone posted in Innovative Leadership, Healthcare Careers, Executive MHA

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Executive Healthcare Careers

Regardless of where you are in your career, you've likely explored the opportunities that are available to you. Whether it’s climbing the ladder within your current organization or finding a job with a new health network, there’s no “one size fits all” solution when it comes to advancing your executive career.

Have you ever finished a shift and thought to yourself, "I want to do more for my patients, my organization, and the US healthcare system at large?”

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How to Embed Culture During Periods of Organizational Change

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 10, 2017 10:11:00 AM / by John Schiavone posted in Innovative Leadership, Organizational Culture

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Culture and Healthcare

For those holding leadership roles in healthcare organizations change may come slow, if at all. However, with emergence of value-based purchasing and care models, organizations recognize the close relationship between organizational culture and clinical performance.

For healthcare organizations to succeed, they must prepare their leaders to turn the corner, lead through culture improvement, and embed culture during periods of organizational change.

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Leading Through Culture: Culture Improvement Case Studies

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 3, 2017 10:05:00 AM / by John Schiavone posted in Innovative Leadership, Organizational Culture

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Culture Shift in Healthcare

A healthcare organization’s success relies heavily on the implementation and execution of organizational culture and clinical performance improvement initiatives.

More than ever health systems are seeking leaders that can lead through culture and who are prepared for these changes.

As healthcare organizations begin to move further into Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Programs, leadership roles grow in complexity in relation to the change.

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Organizational Culture and Clinical Performance

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 26, 2017 10:08:00 AM / by USC posted in Innovative Leadership, Organizational Culture

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When it comes to improving patient outcomes and reducing the cost of care, organizational culture and clinical performance play a big role.

Let's explore what organizational culture is, it's impact on executive healthcare leadership, and how The Mayo Clinic's mission statement embodies culture.

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Fundamentals of Hospital Board Governance

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 17, 2017 10:18:00 AM / by USC posted in Innovative Leadership, Hospital Administration, governance

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Think about the board of your organization. How many people are on it? How are the communities structured? Is the president or organizational leader a member of the board? How often does the board meet? Is there an executive committee?

All boards are different. When you have seen one board you have seen one board. Although every board is unique, they share common legal and regulatory characteristics.

In this article, we outline the common elements of healthcare boards and the information you need as a healthcare professional to deal effectively with boards.

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Healthcare Masters Programs: MHA vs. MPH vs. MBA vs. Executive MHA

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 13, 2017 10:03:00 AM / by Frank Farrar posted in Innovative Leadership, Hospital Administration, Healthcare Careers

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There are many compelling reasons for pursuing a graduate degree: advancing or changing your career, taking steps towards earning a promotion or salary increase, or simply the desire for intellectual stimulation and learning, for example.

Because there are several types of Master's programs' in healthcare, each with a unique structure and curriculum, selecting the right program to advance your executive healthcare career is important.

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Hospital Physician Alignment

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 10, 2017 10:08:00 AM / by EMHA Blog posted in Innovative Leadership, Hospital Administration, Physician Leadership

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It's 2017 and accountable healthcare delivery is on every healthcare executive's mind. In order for healthcare organizations to excel, it is imperative that physicians and executives maintain a supportive and productive working relationship. One without the other simply will not suffice.

In this article we discuss the historical context for the cultural differences between physicians and hospitals and how clinicians think and see their professional role. You will be able to describe characteristics of physician champions for quality care and organizational health and discuss hospital-physician interdependence in achieving quality care.

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7 Tips for Productive Working Relationships in Healthcare

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 3, 2017 10:00:00 AM / by David Brown posted in Innovative Leadership, Physician Leadership

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I am fortunate to have mostly very positive relationships at work.  As I reflect on what some of the most successful tactics I have used to cultivate positive productive relationships in the workplace, I recognize some things that I typically do that may account for this positivity.  

I don't know that I would consider these tactics per se, but probably more reflective of my personality make up.

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Healthcare Leadership Strategies for Improving Patient Safety and Outcomes

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 28, 2017 7:51:00 AM / by Frank Farrar posted in Innovative Leadership, Hospital Administration

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Looking at the past, present and future of patient safety in healthcare leadership, the 19th annual National Patient Safety Foundation’s Patient Safety Congress, held recently in Orlando, Fla., highlighted both the remarkable achievements of the past two decades and the work that must continue.

Keynote speaker Donald M. Berwick, MD, former administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and president emeritus and senior fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, warned about getting too complacent given the change that can be celebrated. As reported in the Hospitals & Health Networks publication of the American Hospital Association, Berwick said, “The concept of safety as a box-checking enterprise, where we start and finish, is lethal to patients of the future.”

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Trauma Informed Leadership: An Approach for Healthcare

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 26, 2017 7:53:00 AM / by Dave Tweedy posted in Innovative Leadership

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In the field of addiction treatment and psychotherapy there has been a recent emphasis on Trauma Informed Treatment.

The Trauma Informed (TI) approach refers to an awareness and tolerance of the psychological traumas that underlie substance abuse and mental health issues. It shifts the focus from a diagnostic label to a Trauma Informed sensitivity. This approach supports an understanding that addictions or emotional issues may be a response to an emotional trauma.

Understanding the Trauma Informed approach and applying it to healthcare leadership could improve interpersonal relationships, lead to better outcomes, and offer a positive perspective when facing difficult decisions.

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