Two renowned experts in healthcare transformation show how leaders are implementing behavior-driven strategies to ensure quality care and create lasting change.
Healthcare is in the midst of a massive disruption. With financial structures in tatters and the future uncertain, this is the moment to begin the revolution. But first, leaders need to learn how to support staff at all levels as they make transformational improvements in care. This book demonstrates that real change is very personal and has to start at the top―whether you’re an executive, governing board member, manager, or physician.
A powerful new approach to healthcare leadership, this book showcases executives in health systems around the world as they:
- Practice behavior-based solutions to organizational problems
- Learn how to support continuous improvement
- Be more present in their leadership role
- Learn how to reflect and assess themselves as leaders
- Achieve better results for patients
Drawing on a wealth of behavioral research, industry case studies, and personal insights from healthcare professionals, the authors explore how change actually happens—from the inside out, top to bottom, throughout the whole organization. You’ll learn how healthcare systems led by people who are compassionate, principled, and engaged can undergo profound and lasting transformation. Find proven strategies for cultivating principle-driven behaviors that can turn the remotest possibilities on the healthcare horizon into a new working reality.
This is more than a leadership guide to revolutionizing healthcare. This is about being a force for change that makes life better for patients, caregivers, and all stakeholders. If you want to take the lead in making change happen, start with Becoming the Change.
Table of contents
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Introduction: The Current State of Healthcare
- Part I Changes
- Part II Instruments
- Part III Opportunities
- About the Authors
- Title: Becoming the Change: Leadership Behavior Strategies for Continuous Improvement in Healthcare
- Release date: August 2020
- Publisher(s): McGraw-Hill
- ISBN: 9781260461695
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