Who Should Participate in This Track?
This track has been developed for clinic executives, leaders, and managers who are interested in exploring strategies build a sustainable organizational culture of quality (e.g., CEO’s, CMO’s COO’s, Medical Directors, quality directors and managers, etc.)
Session 4A&B: Building an Organizational Strategy in Support of QI
Leadership buy-in and careful strategic planning are some of the most critical factors in achieving true practice transformation. In this interactive roundtable discussion, clinic leaders and executives will explore a strategic planning framework to guide the integration of QI into both external community goals and internal organizational goals. Safety net clinic executive leaders and management will also share their first-hand experience in putting that framework into practice when determining their strategic plans, incorporating QI among strategic goals, and engaging their staff in QI.
Moderator: Cindy Barr, RN, EDAC, Capital Link, Inc.
Panelists: Nathalia Jimenez, MPH, MBA & Aracely Scerra, Harbor Community Clinic
Anita Zamora, RN, MSN, CNS & Meghan Powers, Venice Family Clinic
Session 4C: The Positive Power of Resiliency – Making successful health care providers even more successful
Why do we care about resilience in healthcare today? With physician burnout at 54.4% nationwide, according to the most recent Mayo Clinic study on burnout in specialties, the medical world needs solutions now. Through the science of positive psychology, we have learned that resiliency is a skill set that can be learned and cultivated. In coaching healthcare providers how to be more resilient, the power comes in their new found self-awareness and being able to be aware of a situation, recognize that setbacks are part of their career, identify as a survivor rather than a victim, embrace change, and nurture themselves, by taking time to work on their personal skills. This presentation will outline how to begin that work and why.
Panelists: Karen Garman, EdD, MAPP, H.E.L.P. Consulting