|Date:||Wed, 18 Oct 2006 11:21:28 -0400|
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So how do you get to COO?
Innovation doesn't just come in new services, it comes in old services packaged in new ways. Check out their post on JCAHO imposters - make sure you check their IDs!
The award was named in his honor after his untimely death in a rodeo accident.
No fast food restaurants in the food court that specialize in trans fats.
Of course there is bureaucracy.
Consumerism is too strong of a force. But, let's not forget that it's still a retail business and is ruled by the laws of retail business models - location, location, location.
No visiting restrictions on the people who love you the most if you need the comfort of having them by your side. Did MinuteClinic really want to grow faster than Target was comfortable with?
So, as a CEO, my chance to fit into this new world order of managed care seemed to be an opportunity to change the care of our patients forever. You live down the street from Target and Wal-Mart.
Let's let our patients wear pajama bottoms if they want? "Give the people what they want" will always trump all other forces. More than most, I am intimately aware that each market has its individual quirks. Consumerism is too strong of a force. what else do you want to do?
Give the choice to consumers, and more likely than not, they'll mess it up. It's not the quest to meet minimum standards like the Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation. This furthers one of my.
Find out what the cash cows at your hospital are.
The right thing to do in our business?
Who would have ever considered such an outrageous concept? - uninsured - this got A LOT of press last year, but it's as if people don't care anymore, and just want to talk about CDHPs and HSAs.
Was the end product of our design to make a mammography gown that allowed a woman to have privacy when having her mammogram brilliant? "Give the people what they want" will always trump all other forces.
What's wrong with that? We have labyrinths, caring parks, meditation g gardens, walking trails, low fat and no fat food selections, massage, acupuncture and reiki specialists.
Well, if you employ your distribution channel and run it effectively, then it is pretty hard to crack. With that being said, I just think those terrible stories are told again and again, but the great stories never seem to be shared. What's wrong with that?
It was a time when the predicted future was based on, of all things, keeping people healthy. - uninsured - this got A LOT of press last year, but it's as if people don't care anymore, and just want to talk about CDHPs and HSAs. If you have had a great hospital experience, or you know someone who has, please share it with us, and we'll share it with the world. In some sense, it's shocking that hospitals haven't done more of this already.
Increased outpatient competition by physicians. So a class-mate and I decided to do a little road-trip. Bright get-it-done people work at Merck and still have rewarding careers. I'll post the best stories I receive every Friday. So you want to become a hospital CEO?
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