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By Maureen Bisognano | Friday, Mar 01, 2013
As Lord Nigel Crisp says in his wonderful book, Turning the World Upside Down, we all have a great deal to learn from lower-income countries. Last week, I traveled to Malawi with Pierre Barker and Nneka Mobisson-Etuk to meet with our partners there, MaiKhanda. Together, we aim to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality in a country overwhelmed by poverty and with few resources for health. I returned from Malawi with three lessons I think have particular resonance for us in the US First, take a lo ... read full post


Tag(s): Leadership, Triple Aim for Populations, Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMIC), MaiKhanda in Malawi, Patient & Family Centered Care
By Maureen Bisognano | Monday, Feb 04, 2013
Sometimes I’m amazed by the evolution of the improvement movement in health care. Recently, I was at the annual Premier Governance Education conference. For years, these meetings focused on quality, safety, new care delivery designs, and stronger staff engagement and teamwork. All of these are still central elements of improvement of course, and all are discussed at these conferences. But what struck me at this latest Premier meeting (and other meetings recently) was how the conversation has ... read full post


Tag(s): Triple Aim for Populations, Triple Aim - The Best Care for the Whole Population at the Lowest Cost, Leadership, Leadership and Organizational Development, Workforce Satisfaction and Retention, Workforce Planning, Workforce Development, Healthy Living, Employer-Initiated Improvement
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