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“Patients Come Second” A 2013 Book that Promotes 1st Class Care!

This title is controversial and edgy, and it borders on being offensive.  And guess what?  That is exactly what we as an industry need in order to bring about change.  A big collective slap in the face!  –Paul Spiegelman and … Continue reading

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Creating the Ideal Healthcare Organization: Focus on Employees

We earlier compiled a list of the ten key attributes of the ideal healthcare organization. The first concerned organizational mission, vision, ethics and values. Number two is that “employees are treated and compensated fairly and receive great benefits”. Clearly, if … Continue reading

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The First of Ten Questions We Can Ask Ourselves in Pursuit of the Ideal Healthcare Organization

In our quest for creating the ideal healthcare organization, we compiled a set of ten questions that can serve as benchmarks. Simply by asking such questions, all healthcare workers can contribute to improving the system. The first question on our … Continue reading

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