Rapid organizational change is one of the biggest challenges facing the healthcare industry in coming years. Unprecedented degrees of turnover, competition, disruption, uncertainty and more make our jobs much more difficult.
With all this change and complexity, healthcare professionals are also increasingly overwhelmed at work. average person will work over 70,000 hours in their lifetime, far exceeding the amount of time they spend with their families. A full 40% of the US population believes it is impossible to succeed at work and have a balanced family life, yet fewer than 16% of organizations have programs to simplify work or help their employees deal with stress.The
In a data-intensive reality where everything seems to be changing faster than ever before, connection to one another and to our organizations is becoming increasingly mission-critical. Success often lies in our ability to find the right insights and apply them quickly, in the midst of constant change and unpredictability. Today’s leading healthcare organizations are pursuing new and better ways to leverage their most powerful asset – their people – to achieve superior patient outcomes.
In this session, Alex McMullin explains how insight-driven strategy is being implemented in some of the country’s leading healthcare organizations, including UCHealth.