Amidst a turbulent business environment, change truly is the only constant. As the healthcare industry experiences unprecedented growth – baby boomers age, technology expands, and companies merge – organizations have no choice but to evolve their culture to keep up with new challenges. Here we share a few highlights from our panelists who shared their experience with healthcare and culture change: Paula Winkler from The Disruptive Element, Steve Arsenault from Medtronic, and Carolyn Jacobson from Fairview Health Services.
Culture is difficult to define and, often, even more difficult to redefine. While healthcare continues to evolve, it’s clear that an emphasis on both people and technology will be critical to fostering a culture attractive to a diverse workforce.
The Culture Code. From New York Times bestselling author Daniel Coyle, The Culture Code goes inside some of the world’s most successful organizations – including Pixar, the San Antonio Spurs, and U.S. Navy’s SEAL Team Six – and reveals what makes them tick.
First Impressions: The Science of Meeting People. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shares that a strong handshake and assertive greeting may not be the best way to make a first impression – new research suggests that people respond more positively to someone who comes across as trustworthy rather than confident.
Work-Life “Balance” Isn’t the Point. This article from the Harvard Business Review shares that employees should strive for “work-life effectiveness” – not balance.
We sat down with Jim Eppel to celebrate his retirement and gain insight from his career in healthcare.
Truly understanding your core business is a tenet for any company—but especially for healthcare payers. Health is central to their name...