Laudio‘s own Quinn Kostman, Customer Success Manager and former nurse manager, shares a heartfelt “Thank You” for all that you do and your perseverance this year. Thank You Nurses!
One of the exciting aspects of working in a fast-paced high-growth company is that there is daily innovation across all areas of the business. At Laudio we continually challenge ourselves to make sure that each functional area is iterating consistently. And, that the decisions we make are calibrated with the same set of goals in
As Laudio continues to study the current environment and further improve its solution, a critical part of the process is reaching out to experts and learning about challenges faced by other organizations in different industries. Josh Bersin is a leading human resources analyst who has developed the Josh Bersin Academy, which teaches HR teams of
Front-line healthcare managers use many different tools to collect data and keep in touch with their team members. One goal of this series was to identify what’s missing in these tools and outline key areas where advances can be made. Clearly, there is a wide gap that must be closed in order to truly, efficiently
In the first part of our series, we identified that frontline managers in healthcare systems do not have the proper tools to do their jobs optimally. Efficient data collection is the foundation that frontline leaders need to manage and hear the feedback of their massive teams. It is a daunting task, but the right technology
As Laudio continues to advance its AI-driven technology, an important part of the process is stepping back and analyzing the real issues and problems that need to be solved for our clients. What’s missing for frontline managers in healthcare systems? How can we make their jobs easier? What is the systemic, fundamental problem they face,
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected billions of people across the world. In the healthcare arena, those effects have been felt to an even greater degree. However, the degree of impact between large health systems and their smaller counterparts has been significant. In this blog, I will share the lessons learned from conversations with two such
The goal for many healthcare organizations, especially in the current environment, is to affect real change in diversity and inclusion. Executive-level leaders can tout change, form committees, execute surveys and even enhance training practices, but if the effort stops there, you’ve only created a façade. This is the difference between performative allyship and authentic allyship.
In this post, I’ll begin to talk about ways we can drive the development of strong teams through information sharing and rapid cycle tests of change. Sometimes this requires us to become “comfortable being uncomfortable.”