WHILE YOU’RE SUPPORTING YOUR STAFF, WE’LL SUPPORT YOU
Hospitals and practices are constantly evolving for various contexts and challenges, epidemics and pandemics, lack of staff, and more, so a strong leader will make all the difference. Healthcare providers are responsible to provide the best care possible for their patients, and you’re responsible for them – to make sure they’re giving their best despite the stress, sleepless nights, and ever-changing field.
In this Mayo Clinic conference, the world’s leading experts discuss how to best handle healthcare management, especially in COVID-19 and online learning. Learn how to delegate from home, how to keep your staff learning online, how to manage reluctant and psychiatrically complicated patients, and more.
You can watch the full Mayo Clinic conference on Healthcare Management & Leadership on GIBLIB Today! Click on any link of your choice to start watching.
Delegate, Delete, Do - Integrating Home & Work Life
During the COVID-19 pandemic, teleworking has become a way of life for many. As the physical boundaries between work and home blur, work-life balance can be a challenge.
On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Adam Perlman, director of Integrative Health and Wellness at Mayo Clinic in Florida, offers helpful strategies for managing daily stresses during COVID-19. One plan of action? Delegate, delete, and do.
Medical Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Across the world, one of the biggest changes forced by the COVID-19 pandemic is in the field of education. Programs from kindergarten through postsecondary have rapidly moved to a distance learning model. Online and remote instruction has its own unique challenges and has required students and educators to be creative to stay connected.
Integrated Care: Achieving the Triple Aim of Health Care Reform
Roxie M. Brennan, RN and Sandra J. Rackley, MD, MAEdHD, Describe evidence-based care for Adolescent depression, and list advantages and challenges of enhanced care management in Adolescent depression treatment in the primary care setting.
Learning from Our Patients Part II: The Reluctant Patient
Angela B. Mattson, DNP, MS, RN, NE-BC, describes opportunities and challenges for managing a reluctant patient within the primary care setting.
Learning from Our Patients Part II: The Medically & Psychiatrically Complicated Patient
Jay D. Mitchell, MD, identifies one way to improve cross-discipline communication when managing medically and psychiatrically complex patients.
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