Nick Fabrizio PhD, FACMPE, FACHE, is a principal consultant with the MGMA Health Care Consulting Group and serves on the faculty at Cornell University’s Sloan Program in Health Administration, where he has also served as the executive in residence. His primary expertise is in physician practice management and managing complex physician-hospital relationships.
The American healthcare system is continuously in flux and requires adaptability from those working in the industry. As a leader, it's also imperative that you make your organizations efficient and safe; improving quality is job number one. This unique balance of priorities requires healthcare leaders to ensure that everyone across the organization is in support of and working towards achieving new initiatives that will secure organization's competitiveness into the future.
In this course, you will learn how to prepare your organization for change at the individual, departmental, and organizational level by focusing on communication and the development of a change management plan.
Key Course Takeaways
- Identify the precursors to change in the healthcare industry
- Identify whether changes are at the individual, departmental, organizational , or industry level
- Know when and how to communicate changes to your employees in order to get maximum buy-in
- Develop a change management plan to successfully carry out a change initiative