Leadership Priorities for Healthcare Reform Survival

Wayne Sensor, for HealthLeaders Media , February 4, 2011

Jump-starting that process requires a commitment to adopting a new mindset that stresses achieving total hospital efficiency but it does not necessarily mean emulating companies whose expertise is building hammers, cars, or airplane engines. Instead, operations and clinical leadership need to engage established healthcare partners who understand that the goal is providing lower cost, higher quality care for patients who come to us in times of sickness and vulnerability.  


Wayne Sensor is a former health system CEO and is founder and CEO of Transformational Leadership Services. He can be reached at wayne.sensor@gmail.com.

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Oscar Nelson (2/7/2011 at 11:41 AM)
The author is right. If we attempt to implement reform or HIT implementation on our broken systems, we won't do any good. We need to optimize them first. The idea of doing a whole system or the total hospital makes sense. Either way, more attention needs to be given to this.

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