Posts Tagged with organization

by adgrooms on October 9, 2019

A career in healthcare is stressful. It is an inherent part of the job. Physicians must use high level problem solving and human interaction at the same time to provide care for patients in every form of health. Each situation is different and provides a new challenge in diagnosis and treatment. Breaks on the job are few and far between. Shifts are long and days off are sparse. This is ...

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by adgrooms on June 25, 2019

I was having lunch last week with a friend who hand-makes guitars. We live in Nashville, which has long been known as Music City. We got to talking about two of the leading guitar brands and both of our experiences with their cultural differences. Both manufacturers have been around for decades and are essentially household names. Our conversation got me thinking about the different ...

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by adgrooms on June 11, 2019

Is organizational transparency possible in healthcare? The very nature of healthcare includes private, personal information. Does this prevent healthcare organizations from having a culture of transparency? What are the benefits of being transparent and why don't more institutions strive for transparency?

Medicine is based on trust. Patients trust that a doctor is going to take care of ...

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