The challenges in healthcare are numerous and varied. Many hospitals operate with less than a 5% profit margin in spite of ongoing “initiatives” designed to address operational, staff, patient, and financial challenges. A primary driver of employee burnout is the feeling that hospital staff are unable to provide quality care to patients, often due to burdensome administrative or organizational practices.
To address these challenges in healthcare organizations, we have developed the Healthcare Improvement Sciences programs and secured best-in-class partners to offer much needed practical, cost-effective, and innovative approaches to improving healthcare outcomes.
Healthcare Improvement Sciences (HCIS) is essentially, experiential-based learning that is applied to the professional setting. The methodology can be applied to all healthcare professionals and uses a variety of analytical styles embedding collaborative working which improves operational efficiencies and ultimately results in a much improved patient experience.
Our R.E.C.I.P.E.™ program (Re-Engaging Caregivers Improves Patient Experiences) relies on a team of experts to understand the unique challenges facing each care group, and then rely on our experience, analytical capabilities, and expertise ranging from neuroscience to change management to business processes to implement tailored solutions that will address those factors contributing to staff burnout.