Cultural change is about changing roles and responsibilities, effective teamwork, adopting agile and LEAN methodologies, staff and patient empowerment, greater transparency, and collaboration. You may have a healthy investment in data infrastructure, data governance, analytics, blockchain, and ML/AI technology, but a lack of interest from the workforce and poor adoption can result in stalled progress in the transformation necessary in healthcare delivery.
“The best way to know whether you’re really developing a continuous improvement in culture is whether or not your staff’s ideas are actually being implemented in your company. This means that you have a process that’s been established; ideas are captured and then they are actually implemented.” – ThedaCare. At ThedaCare, analytics activity is centralized under one team reporting to the Chief Medical Officer (CMO).
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