Health care leaders are called on to focus on a thousand agendas and urged to buy a different "magic bullet" for every need.
In contrast, Value Capture equips CEOs and their organizations to achieve habitual excellence via one unifying focus, one value-based structure, and one performance system.
Capture the Value.
- One essential focus to guide the work of everyone in the organization, every day - the quest for perfect care and perfect safety, for patients and staff alike. No equivocation.
- One unifying strategy that arms everyone with the knowledge of what's actually happening on the front line, freeing every employee to constantly improve their work within an organized framework. No empty buzzwords about empowering staff.
- One performance system, with clearly defined roles and methods for everyone to support success every day - constantly improving all work, while simultaneously driving waste and error out of the organization. The system achieves highest quality and safety, lowest cost, and shortest customer response time, without tradeoffs - the same approach used by the world leaders. Not a couple of tools, but the complete performance system a practical CEO needs.
In The News
Value Capture's Paul O'Neill and Lucian Leape Institute issue call to action on safety for the health care workforce. Health care workers, especially nurses, are injured at rates 30 times higher than other industries, and a far greater number of workers are harmed in health care than in any other industry. In 2007, more than 670,000 health care workers were injured on the job.
Download the whitepaper Through the Eyes of the Workforce: Creating Joy, Meaning, and Safer Healthcare.
Paul O'Neill and Value Capture's approach to health care excellence featured on CNBC.
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Value Capture teams up with UL to support healthcare leaders seeking performance transformation.
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Paul O'Neill's use of safety to help organizations achieve habitual excellence featured in New York Times best-seller The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 13, 2011.
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