CEP America Free Webinar Highlights how the Build the Organizational Culture that Drives Performance

Google has it; Twitter has it; but do the nation’s hospitals and health systems? The “it” is organizational culture and for most hospitals the answer is no. The result is poor performance, high turnover and poor community image. But there are solutions.  Creating an organizational culture that drives performance and outcomes is the focus of the latest CEP America webinar designed to help hospitals meet the challenges of the new pay-for-performance marketplace.

The live video webcast, “Culture: The Key That Unlocks Your Performance Potential”, will air on Tuesday, November 10, 10:00am to 11:00am PDT (1:00pm to 2:00pm EDT). In the interactive session led by Vice President for CEP America and practicing emergency physician, David Birdsall, MD and Senior Practice Management Consultant Bonnie Carl, RN, MBA viewers will gain actionable knowledge to:
  • Understand why culture is critical to the success of your emergency department.
  • Accurately assess your emergency department’s culture.
  • Learn strategies for building a culture that promotes excellence and high quality patient care.
  • Foster a culture that engages all providers and staff and results in collaboration and teamwork.
CEP America is a national leader in delivering solutions that help hospitals enhance patient care and efficiency, from the emergency department through the hospital and onto the post-acute care setting. CEP America works in partnership with more than 100 hospitals across the U.S. to improve patient outcomes. 

“With healthcare going through major changes, many hospitals are struggling to figure out how they can continue to meet quality measures and clinical outcomes,” states Dr. Birdsall. “Our discussion will highlight how physician leadership that drives a culture of collaboration, coordination and communication can help organizations provide better patient care.” 

Registration for this free event is available via www.cepamerica.com
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