Time: December 7, 2013 from 8am to 5pm
Location: Wyndham Hotel
Street: 3300 W. Mockingbird Lane
Website or Map: https://store2.aheconline.com…
Event Type: rt/diagnostic, cme
Organized By: Advanced Health Education Center
Latest Activity: Oct 5, 2013
Your day-to-day work, ranging from health policy leadership roles to the management of an academic integrated delivery system to hands-on patient care needs a frontline view of the good that modern medicine can produce, but also the inefficiency, missed opportunities, confusion, and occasional harm. Despite the magnitude and diversity of these challenges, you can survive the “new workplace”. The problem is chaos, the solution is organization. Healthcare employees need to be able to follow instructions well, see beyond the needs of the moment. Be efficient and compassionate. Have the ability to navigate competing demands and multiple stimuli at the same time. Show strong leadership when necessary. Be strong listeners in order to have the balance of effective communication.
An increase in the age and generational diversity in the workplace has prompted the exploration of the ways in which employees co-exist and function. As more generations coexist in the workplace, there is a need for strategies that help them communicate more effectively.
You will enjoy this day designed for you the frontline radiographer.
The current drivers for our healthcare system are a stressed care delivery system and institutions going through major change. In this new course you will learn how to cope with changes in the workplace and capitalize on the opportunities that exist with change. Discover how to improving your workplace makes everyone’s job less complicated and more productive. You will learn the anatomy of a law suit and the impact of social media in the workplace. You can survive but you will need the tools to survive. Register now for this course that will give you the tools you need in the “new workplace”.