There is hardly a more pressing concern today than improving the U.S. health care system. What once was the flagship health care system in the world has steadily been losing ground. Not only is it expensive and inefficient, but patient satisfaction is at an all time low. The mistakes that have been tolerated in the health care field would never be tolerated in any other industry, and it is time to change direction.
Luckily, there are health care executives out there who are interested in helping to fix the problem. They want to increase patient safety, decrease mistakes and costs, and provide better training and engagement for their staff--all going to the betterment of patient care and decreasing the attendant costs.
Development Dimensions International is offering a survey for health care executives to see what their concerns and priorites are for the coming months. DDI will randomly pick one of the survey participants to win an Ipod nano. Sounds like a great deal to me!
To take the survey, click here.