Julie Ann Sullivan works with organizations that want to create a workplace environment where people are productive, engaged and appreciated, and who doesn’t want that? Medical errors occur when employee engagement is missing.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Julie Ann Sullivan chat about these points related to LNC business success
- The meaning of workplace engagement, when your employees get up in the morning and they actually want to come to work
- What happens when employees are not engaged in their jobs and how that affects medical errors
- Tips on how feeling appreciated and being engaged affects productivity
- Strategies that work in small businesses to increase productivity, engagement and appreciation
- Critical skills needed to be an effective employer
- How to create a safe place for feedback and new ideas and one that will reduce medical errors
Related Product: Medical Errors in Hospitals – Causes and Effects
Dr. Michael Grossman, a nurse with a PhD and a business as a consultant to health care, sat down with me to discuss errors in hospitals.
Many legal nurse consultants have conversations every day about medical errors in hospitals – whether that relates to screening a medical malpractice case for merit, locating expert witnesses, creating chronologies or other services. The more you understand about these errors, the more effectively you can help your clients.
When you listen to this program – Medical Errors in Hospitals: Causes and Effects – you will understand
- Trends that result in more medical errors in hospitals
- Some of the reasons why the U.S. ranks low in healthcare quality outcomes
- Inside information about the commonly occurring medical errors in hospitals
- Why many nurses are afraid to report errors
- What is being done in nursing to improve patient safety
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Julie Ann Sullivan is a communications specialist, a collaboration strategist and a change steward. As the founder of “Learning Never Ends”, her purpose is to create a more positive culture one person at a time. She has a diverse educational background, which includes a BA in Psychology and an MBA in accounting.