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How Artificial Intelligence May Help Diagnose Disease

Posted on December 11, 2018 by - Coors Insights - December 2018

One of the most potent weapons available to doctors and patients when fighting disease is time. When it comes to conditions like cancer, stroke, or diabetic retinopathy, the earlier they are diagnosed, the better the chances for successful treatment. New diagnostic tools incorporating artificial intelligence are currently being developed that may help doctors in different… Read more »

Coors proudly announces Jonathan B. Bakst as Regional Admin Director of Laboratory Services for Loyola University Health Systems.

Posted on November 26, 2018 by - Coors Insights - November 2018

Coors proudly announces Jonathan B. Bakst as Regional Admin Director of Laboratory Services for Loyola University Health Systems. Most recently Jonathan served as the Director of Laboratory Medicine and Laboratory Service Center for the University of Chicago Medicine.  In this role, Jonathan will provide regional leadership, management, and administration of all laboratory operations and services… Read more »

Recognizing and Managing Physician Burnout

Posted on October 1, 2018 by - Uncategorized

When protecting the patients at your hospital or practice, it’s important to look beyond the natural safety protocols and environmental precautions. You also have to consider the health of your physicians. One of the most common safety issues organizations have with their physicians can easily go unnoticed, physician burnout. Physician burnout has been a silent… Read more »

HROs: Creating the Gold Standard

Posted on February 13, 2018 by - Coors Insights - February 2018

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As the political landscape and patient expectations continue to change, committing to processes that concentrate on superior care and risk mitigation is critical. Maintaining Highly Reliable Organization (HRO) status is not only a goal for healthcare organizations, it’s required for sustaining competitiveness. Organizations that are renowned for upholding this gold standard almost always have commonalities… Read more »

Benefits of Emotional Intelligence in Healthcare Leadership

Posted on December 14, 2017 by - December 2017

  As the expectations of quality healthcare change, progressive leaders are now looking beyond the traditionally myopic patient-care standards to provide a holistic approach to patient outcomes. This approach considers not only the patient’s state of well being, but also the care provider. Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to use one’s own emotions to… Read more »

High-Tech Healthcare: Trends For 2018

Posted on December 14, 2017 by - December 2017

  Leveraging innovative technology has become more of a requirement for healthcare organizations to remain competitive with patient expectations. As healthcare IT continues to rapidly advance, identifying a solution that adds value and drives profit can be a daunting task, not to mention the hassle of transitioning internal processes. As we head into the new… Read more »

Leadership: Focus on What Others Bring to the Table

Posted on October 23, 2017 by - Coors Insights - October 2017

Many leadership articles you’ve read, probably note various attributes that make up a good leader. They may target characteristics such as integrity, the ability to inspire others, or being passionate enough to constantly work towards something greater. But what separates the good leaders from the great leaders? Their people. It’s not just about having a… Read more »

Leadership: Thriving Through Transition

Posted on September 12, 2017 by - Coors Insights - September 2017

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When it comes to the healthcare industry, one thing is certain: things will never stop changing. From the introduction of new technology to improving best practice standards, our industry is constantly evolving. It’s up to our leaders to manage these changes in the right way, and at the right pace. Here are a few tips… Read more »