Are financial pressures, nursing turnover, or patient and staff safety issues keeping you up at night? 

Healthcare systems across the country are facing these same challenges. Some are resorting to layoffs and other drastic measures,                                but there is a better way. 

Paul O'Neill, Sr. adopted the framework of habitual excellence and the use of "theoretical-limit thinking and systems," which enabled Alcoa to reduce recorded injury rates and lost workdays, saving the organization millions of dollars. All while increasing revenue by nearly $20 billion dollars. 

This framework has proven to be successful in healthcare organizations.

Duke HomeCare & Hospice reduced nursing turnover from 75% to 19% in just one year
Prisma Health rapidly improved its Leapfrog grades, achieving A's in 3 of their hospitals

During this two-day executive seminar, leaders from The Leapfrog Group, Prisma Health, Alcoa, and Value Capture will walk you through how they have applied this framework and why focusing on safety provides a foundation for habitual excellence in all dimensions of an organization's performance, including quality, accessibility, morale, and cost.

*Please note that this seminar is intended for health care CEOs and other members of the C-suite or board members that they choose to bring. If you have questions about whether this seminar is right for you, please contact  Courtney Dunning before registering.  

After attending this seminar, you will be able to: 
  • Understand how the framework of habitual excellence has been applied in healthcare to solve organizations’ most fundamental challenges
  • Identify the difference between "theoretical limits" and traditional goal setting
  • Discuss the unique key role senior leaders play in achieving zero harm
  • Discover new peer-to-peer connections
  • Design an action plan to help you and your organization take the next steps toward habitual excellence
Speakers will Include: 

Leah Binder, President and CEO at The Leapfrog Group

Michael Bundy, CEO Prisma Health Richland Hospital

Jonathan Gleason, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Clinical Officer at Prisma Health

Bill O'Rourke, Former Vice President of Environment, Health and Safety, Sustainability, Alcoa; Board Member, Merit Leadership, Inc.

Ken Segel, CEO at Value Capture

  • Leading with Safety was a great seminar that featured outstanding and engaging speakers who help leaders face today's complex healthcare environment. Here you can learn about a different way to lead from some of the best. This experience has helped me understand how to engage our workers around our mission

    Ted Boyse, MD CMO, Duke Raleigh Hospital

  • The richness of the diversity within the classroom allowed all of the participants to apply a systems thinking lens to solving our most challenging healthcare problems. The intimate class size allowed for immediate application and use once we returned to our organizations.

    Maria Hamilton Vice President, Performance Excellence, Penn State Health

  • This seminar is grounded in systems thinking and addressed local and national challenges in healthcare. Participants were able to obtain individualized mentoring due to the intimate class size.

    Healthcare Vice President

  • I was challenged to think differently about performance excellence in a good way. Seeing and hearing from healthcare executive leaders who are making meaningful differences in the lives they serve was inspiring.

    Physician in Chief

  • The balance between the facilitation from Value Capture with the evidence and insight from a system doing the work was inspiring.

    Jeffrey Simmons Chief Value Officer, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

  • This seminar made the best business case for why leading with safety and focusing on doing the routine things routinely well that I have ever heard. I wish all healthcare leaders could hear it.

    Lee Erickson Physician Executive

  • Exceptional demonstration of what habitual excellence looks like in action and how leaders can unite a workforce to achieve it.

    Emily Chapman Chief Medical Officer & SVP Medical Affairs, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

  • Thank you to Value Capture for your commitment to helping improve healthcare through effective guidance on principles for habitual excellence and for helping us focus on what matters most to those we serve and our teams.

    Caroline Njau Sr. VP Patient Care Services & CNO, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

  • Valuable time spent as a team to understand the need to identify priorities, create accountability tools to validate processes, and engage team members.

    VP & Chief Operating Officer

  • This was an excellent seminar that will help us start on a journey of habitual excellence.

    Priya Kumar Healthcare Executive

Upcoming dates will be announced soon! 

 If you are a health system CEO, hospital CEO, executive, or Board Member and would like to be notified when registration opens, please submit your information below. 

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