Don’t wait until after the capital budget has been approved. You need to know how to work with the administration who figures out the scope and applies the budget and schedule. You need to bring in the key stakeholders who will work in and utilize the space to create an open and functional dialog. Architects speak a different language than healthcare workers, so the focus on the goal of patient-centered facilities can get lost in translation in the design/implementation stages. Once plans are handed off to the construction team, expectations are that the plans are accurate and build-ready.
It’s easy for a project to be derailed with so many players involved in the process.
The secret to a well done project is having a project manager from the project’s start to finish. Each stage of a project has its challenges that need to be addressed and resolved. The disciplined Health Well Done approach creates a holistic approach by harnesses the guiding principles to unify all phases of the project. Inclusiveness of all the stakeholders makes the difference between a project being done or done well.
Start now to implement the best practices to united the project stakeholders and insure your project is on time, on budget, and with ease.
Engagement Injection: Sound Practical Advice on Healthy Collaboration
Length of DONE workshop: 90 minutes
According to “2016 Dodge Data & Analytics Smart Market Brief: Optimizing the owner organization” Key findings in owner challenges and opportunities were broken down into two groups; people and policies and technology and processes. In the people and policies area the biggest differences between top-performers and lowest performing organization were related to stakeholder engagement. Of the top performers, only 50% said they were effective at stakeholder engagement. In the lowest-performing organizations 29% were effective.
Clearly there is work to be done in this area.
This interactive workshop geared to help real estate professionals, business world, government officials, furniture dealers and healthcare professionals with complex problem-solving through collaboration. Through the use of Lego’s this workshop encourages engagement, collaboration and communication through play and building a mock collaboration laboratory. Skills that help to inspire, motivate and drive action. Collaboration is an art that all of us need to practice every day.
- Learn the three aspects of collaboration.
- Identify the (3) benefits of understanding the roles that shareholders play.
- Apply the tools and techniques of collaboration to solving a complex project problem.
DONE: Three Steps to A Patient Centered Environment
During this transformative, interactive workshop, participants will be given various scenarios to simulate the different stakeholders and situations that arise during a Healthcare project. Using a project case study and the Health Well Done methodology – which includes the Healthy Patient, Healthy Team, Healthy Project – participants will learn to:
- Consider and account for the needs of the patient and various project stakeholders
- Create equitable, respectful, fulfilling project environments
- Ensure well done healthcare projects
This perspective changing event will leave you freshly invigorated and newly inspired to create optimal patient outcomes.
How You Benefit from The DONE! Workshop:
All project teams are affected by the immense pressure that healthcare projects bring.
Health Well Done provides a simple process to maximize the time, efficiency and departmental value for project teams of, to name a few:
- Project Managers
- Construction Managers
- Information Technologists
Our secret is our unique storytelling technique (The SPA Tool) which enables effective communication and collaboration across departments and leads to improved performance outcomes and patient centered health care.
The DONE! Workshop transforms your project stress from being overworked, lack of adequate resources, project deadlines, and a constricting budget into a project well DONE!
In Other Words Workshop
The Clinical and Construction Guide to Patient Centered Environments
In healthcare projects, teams often work hard to meet the bottom line – the budget and schedule are always priorities and communication falls low on the list. Ultimately, the team’s focus is more on the project’s process rather than the project’s outcome.
In Other Words enables teams to discover the critical role each team member plays in guiding the future of the healthcare system. Our captivating speaker, Cathy Dolan, helps audiences:
- Learn construction language
- Develop strategy to reading plans
- Experience the value of simplifying the technical language to share wisdom and experience across varying expertise
- Apply team member’s respective wisdom and experience to the project design and construction to benefit the medical professional and, most importantly, the patient
How You Benefit from In Other Words:
It is critical for both project teams and healthcare facility staff to be considered in healthcare projects. Nursing and clinical staff alone play a crucial role in:
- Improving quality in the built environment
- Designing spaces to influence HCAHPS scores
- Engaging patient/staff advisory boards
Understanding design, construction, plans, and member roles in a project is challenging, no matter your area of expertise. In Other Words reveals our simple Three-Step Approach and the essential tools to limit mistakes, decrease waste, and save time and money for everyone involved in a healthcare project.
When the Patient Meets Construction
Incorporating Infection Prevention Precautions Into Your Construction Project
In this highly engaging, interactive workshop, Health Well Done discusses, reviews, and teaches:
- Patient safety
- Risks associated with infections
- The ICRA process
- Our simple Three-Step Approach to reducing infections
By using Legos, we creatively simulate the process of applying infection prevention precautions into your construction project. Using this technique, practical information, and an ICRA matrix, When Patient Meets Construction helps to decrease the risk associated with the spread of infections.
How You Benefit from When Patient Meets Construction:
Learning about the infection prevention precautions can be arduous, but we are fiercely dedicated to teaching the critical components to construction teams with our engaging, entertaining workshop.
Patient safety is in the spotlight and it is everyone’s job to keep our patients safe. Do No Harm is the oath we need to live by to avoid legal issues, poor work, and an unsustainable healthcare environment.