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The E-Factor

How Engaged Patients, Clinicians, Leaders, and Employees Will Transform Healthcare
Narrated by: Kevin Young
Length: 6 hrs and 31 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Healthcare must provide higher quality care at a lower cost. Studer Group's Engagement Model is the key.

If you're seeking to create a culture of high engagement, you're not alone. Great clinical quality depends on it. Price pressures demand it. Where engagement doesn't exist, all stakeholders suffer. By making engagement a core competency, you can reduce turnover, prevent physician burnout, improve clinical outcomes, and solidify trust in caregivers.

Craig Deao has created a unique and progressive four-pronged model to help organizations solve the costly repercussions of disengagement. In The E-Factor, he shows how engagement cascades from the top: It starts with leaders, flows down to employees and clinicians, and finally reaches (and activates) patients. He then lays out a step-by-step strategy for engaging all four groups simultaneously.

Listeners will learn:

  • Why engagement and satisfaction are not synonyms
  • How to employ a wealth of rigorously tested evidence-based tools and tactics that boost engagement
  • Critical lessons from companies in other industries that excel at engagement (including new healthcare competitors!) and how to apply them
  • How to leverage technology and organizational design for a powerful patient-centric approach

A high-engagement culture is no longer optional. It's mandatory - and urgent. This book is a needed roadmap to help you navigate the rapidly shifting dynamics and market forces that are reshaping our industry.

©2017 Studer Group, LLC (P)2017 Studer Group, LLC

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Great advertising for Studor Group

The book was pretty good and the information was useful. The only problem I had was the constant Studor group marketing. For all the marketing, the book should have been cheaper.

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