Practice Fitness: Three-Part Educational Series
In the face of emerging competitive market forces, how do you educate and engage patients? How do you adapt your organization for changes in patient preferences, changes in the most common diagnoses seen in your practice and changes in practice operations to meet the demands of consumer driven health?
Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Children’s Practicing Pediatricians are excited to present an interactive, three-part Practice Fitness Series to help your practice navigate the evolving health care landscape.
Hear from one of the series attendees:
“The Practice fitness lecture was a nice recharge. Both Dr. Gray and I felt like it was a challenge to look at ways to improve our practice and renew our commitment to our patients. I look forward to the next installment.” - Matt Morrison M.D., Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, Columbus, Ohio.
Part 3: Meeting the Practice Challenges of Healthcare Consumerism: A New Hope
The healthcare industry is experiencing dynamic change. Patients and families expect a high level of quality as they search for more convenience and customer service from their medical homes. How will medical practices respond?
What are the challenges impacting the delivery of excellent patient care and customer service?
How do we collaborate with key stakeholders to deliver outstanding care?
How do we ensure that we are “Primary Care Providers of Choice”?
What continuous improvement strategies should practices implement to meet consumer expectations and thrive as a practice?
Join us April 27, 2017, from 5:30-8:00 p.m., as Lauri Miro helps us explore these questions.
Lauri Miro, MBA, RN, PCMH CCE
Vice President, Consulting Services
The Halley Consulting Group, Inc.
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Todd Heslep, RN, Paramedic, C-NPT
Office: (614) 355-9893 | Todd.Heslep@NationwideChildrens.org
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