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november, 2019

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This 60-minute webinar will feature Dr. Tom Blasco, MD, MS, Medical, Director and Lee Hedman, BA, CAPM, SSM, Executive Vice President, at Surgical Directions. Culture is commonly a significant barrier to change in hospital and surgical center ORs. Overcoming this barrier demands appropriate and thoughtful staff engagement in order to create buy-in and support for changes. Join Tom and Lee to learn a few tips and tricks for creating a culture supportive of change. Ideas include governance structure to align leaders, building effective performance dashboards to engage and incent staff, executing routine operational tactics to keep everyone on the same page and more.

Attendees will learn:

  1. How to use governance to manage a changing environment.
  2. How to overcome staff objections to change.
  3. How to run an effective Daily Huddle.
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21nov2:00 pmCreate an Adaptable Culture: Best Practices for Implementing Change in a Clinical Setting

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This 60-minute webinar will feature Dr. Tom Blasco, MD, MS, Medical, Director and Lee Hedman, BA, CAPM, SSM, Executive Vice President, at Surgical Directions. Culture is commonly a significant barrier to change in hospital and surgical center ORs. Overcoming this barrier demands appropriate and thoughtful staff engagement in order to create buy-in and support for changes. Join Tom and Lee to learn a few tips and tricks for creating a culture supportive of change. Ideas include governance structure to align leaders, building effective performance dashboards to engage and incent staff, executing routine operational tactics to keep everyone on the same page and more.

Attendees will learn:

  1. How to use governance to manage a changing environment.
  2. How to overcome staff objections to change.
  3. How to run an effective Daily Huddle.

Sponsor

OR Today would like to thank our sponsor Surgical Directions! Surgical Directions is a healthcare consulting firm comprised of clinical and business professionals who work side-by-side with clients to achieve the greatest impact possible. We specialize in healthcare provider strategy, operating room transformations, supply chain management, central sterile processing, and much more. We also provide interim staffing solutions for key OR roles from OR Directors and Managers to Anesthesiologists. For more information visit www.surgicaldirections.com.

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