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Nearly one-half of health system and hospital executives do not feel their current senior management team has members with the experience, skill sets and talent needed to achieve strategic priorities - including leading and managing the change needed to survive the economic upheaval in reimbursements. LifeWings, a leading patient safety consulting firm, has developed strategies for hospital CEOs to survive healthcare's new value-based reimbursement model.
Collierville, TN (PRWEB) June 23, 2014
Nearly one-half of health system and hospital executives do not feel their current senior management team has members with the experience, skill sets and talent needed to achieve strategic priorities - including leading and managing the change needed to survive the economic upheaval in reimbursements. The finding is one of many from the American Hospital Association's latest survey, "Building a Leadership Team for the Health Care Organization of the Future." Findings are based on responses to an online survey of more than 1,100 executives, 95 percent of whom were CEOs and 5 percent of whom were strategy executives with their organizations. The majority of respondents worked with health systems or community hospitals.
Although most executives (68 percent) do believe their team has the skill and experience needed to meet priorities, more than half of the survey respondents identified a number of gaps in their organizations' capabilities, including change management.
"This is a talent gap that must be addressed by training," says Steve Harden, CEO of LifeWings, "CMOs, CNOs, CFOs and COOs must develop broader sets of skills to increase their ability to lead profitable and high quality healthcare delivery. Fortunately, the skill set is not 'black magic.' There is a very definitive set of steps to change management that any leader can master. We've trained hundreds of executives to lead some pretty complex change initiatives."
After completing LifeWings training at a workshop in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Jeff Shapiro, Medical Director, American Anesthesiology responded, The commitment of time and resources to attend LifeWings training is minimal compared to the gain in knowledge, insight and confidence to lead a culture of safety initiative. Culture change is a hard, slow process that requires a solid foundation and understanding of the art and science of safety training.
If hospitals dont have an intentional and systematic method to adapt to the new reimbursement rules-- predictions are that 15% of hospitals are not going to survive. LifeWings offers coaching from experts in safety and efficiency. They are a team of physicians, pilots, astronauts and Toyota trained Lean experts that have helped over 150 healthcare organization worldwide over the past 14 years. In the last three years, LifeWings saved their partner hospitals over $24 million in safety and efficiency improvements.
Click here to schedule a consult with Steve Harden, LifeWings CEO.
For more information on LifeWings visit http://www.SaferPatients.com.
LifeWings Partners, LLC is a team of physicians, nurses, Toyota-trained Lean experts, health risk managers, astronauts, military surgeons, and flight crews. Our team was the first in the United States to study the best practices of organizations with high reliability, and successfully adapt their strategies for use in healthcare. We have distilled the methodology used in commercial aviation, military aircraft carriers, nuclear submarines, and cutting-edge manufacturing to assist healthcare organizations create safe, efficient, and high quality hospitals and clinics.
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