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How Successful People Overcome Toxic People

Posted on November 13, 2014 by - Coors Insights - November 2014

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Have you ever heard a relationship, professional or not, described as toxic? Most likely, you have. By definition, toxic is an adjective used to describe a poisonous substance. But when an individual is described as being toxic, it implies the negative impact they have on the world around them. Toxicity in the workplace can lead to… Read more »

How to Retain Top Employees During Cutbacks

Posted on October 14, 2014 by - Coors Insights - October 2014

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Cutbacks. The word no hospital leader or employee wants to hear. It’s not news that the healthcare model has experienced drastic changes over the last few years. As providers struggle to keep up, many have been forced to make cutbacks, putting hospital leaders in a tough position. Perhaps one of the biggest challenges hospital leaders face during cutbacks… Read more »

Top Factors That Influence Job Decisions

Posted on October 13, 2014 by - Coors Insights - October 2014

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As a CEO or leader within your organization, it is your responsibility and goal to find and employ the top physicians in the industry, welcoming them to your team. No matter how esteemed your organization may be, finding ways to catch the attention of top physicians can be a challenge in itself, especially during these… Read more »

Dealing With Workplace Conflict

Posted on September 8, 2014 by - Coors Insights - September 2014

Dealing with workplace conflict

The workplace conflict.   In one way or another, we’ve all been there. In some cases, it’s a result of interdependence, when one team member feels that they need to pick up the slack of another. Other times it’s disagreement over how a job should get done. And sometimes it’s simply due to a personality… Read more »

CEO Succession: Finding A Balance

Posted on August 11, 2014 by - Coors Insights - August 2014

A CEO in your organization is leaving. Now what? Whether you’re the CEO in this scenario, a member of the board, or simply an innocent internal bystander, planning for succession can be difficult. Sometimes the succession is expected, but other times it occurs unexpectedly, giving you little time to prepare. Healthcare organizations tend to thrive… Read more »

Coors to Sponsor Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference

Posted on August 6, 2014 by - Coors Insights - August 2014

COORS Healthcare Solutions is sponsoring Modern Healthcare’s Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference. This annual conference is developed for women executives and leaders in healthcare and provides the opportunity for professional and personal development. This year’s conference is being held in Nashville, TN on August 14th. Continue reading to learn more about our participation in this… Read more »

CEO Recruitment: The Process

Posted on July 11, 2014 by - Coors Insights - July 2014, Uncategorized

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When it comes to the recruitment of CEOs and executives in the healthcare industry, understanding the process is crucial. There are many challenges, and it’s important to keep a few things in mind in order to achieve the best outcome. First of all, in order to find the most capable CEO or executive for any… Read more »

4 Emerging Positions in Healthcare

Posted on July 11, 2014 by - Coors Insights - July 2014

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The healthcare industry is constantly developing and changing. With the new developments come new needs and emerging job titles. Here are four of the most notable ones this summer: 1. Vice President of Cost Containment: This individual oversees all operational areas. For instance: IT, claims, clinical functions, bill review, network management, and finance. 2. Vice… Read more »

5 Lessons in Customer Service

Posted on June 16, 2014 by - Coors Insights - June 2014

Especially in the past year, hospitals have seen a monumental increase in focus on customer service. At Grady Memorial Hospital, “an urban safety-net academic facility in Atlanta,” a program has been devised to focus explicitly on customer service called the Customer Service Initiative (CSI). Through this program, emergency room nurses “created a five-step customer service… Read more »