• It makes recommendations on enabling workplace meritocracies, changing workplace culture and engaging leaders and introducing accountability Healthcare: Reform or Ration (2013) - explores Australia's biotechnology industry, the skills required to enable healthcare innovation and the fiscal challenges Australia's healthcare system faces. (wikipedia.org)
  • While there may be differences in the way they are described, the major objectives of quality healthcare generally are focused on a handful of basic areas. (isixsigma.com)
  • The results also revealed significant gender and cultural differences in definitions of domestic violence. (bl.uk)
  • Reliability and validity evidence of modified versions of the CCCQ, applied in pharmacy and medical education and with physicians, nurses, and other hospital staff in practice, indicate high internal consistency and suggest sensitivity of the measure to differences between theoretically meaningful groups. (mededportal.org)
  • Graduates of the program will be expected to: be capable of leading themselves and others, demonstrate critical and problem-solving skills, be skilled in the analysis and strategic use of financial data and tools, operate strategically within the framework of markets, technology and resources, demonstrate cultural competence in diverse organizational settings, effectively manage change, complexity and uncertainty, and demonstrate professional integrity. (cambridgecollege.edu)
  • Leadership is the most important element for change, and that includes fostering workplaces that have an inclusive culture and that enhance cross-cultural awareness and skills through communication, training, and education. (hrc.org)
  • Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap (2013) - explores a broad range of gender diversity issues including barriers to career progression, the gender pay and participation gap, tax incentives and childcare, workplace diversity, and hidden cultural and unconscious barriers. (wikipedia.org)
  • and it is important to build early success through projects that can produce an immediate and meaningful impact. (isixsigma.com)
  • To learn how, BriefingsDirect sat down with Patrick Kelly , Senior Practice Manager at the Avnet Services Healthcare Practice, and Paul Muller , Chief Software Evangelist at HP, to examine the impact that big-data technologies and solutions are having on the highly dynamic healthcare industry. (zdnet.com)
  • One statistic that sticks in my mind is that in 2012 what was estimated was approximately 500 petabytes of digital healthcare data across the globe. (zdnet.com)
  • So, that's a 50-times increase in the amount of digital healthcare data that we expect to be retaining. (zdnet.com)
  • We've had similar programs in Iceland and other countries where we were using long-term healthcare and statistical data from the population to help us spot and address healthcare challenges before they become real problems. (zdnet.com)
  • The other, of course, is how we better manage healthcare data. (zdnet.com)
  • Patrick Kelly, tell us a little bit about what you see as the driving need technically to get a handle on this vast ocean of healthcare data and the huge potential for making good use of it. (zdnet.com)
  • CEDA's research program in 2014 concentrates on the issues of federalism, the G20, the economics of climate change and advanced manufacturing. (wikipedia.org)
  • It calls for the health professions and the many groups that have a stake in the issue to break out of their professional silos and work together to realize that change. (nursingworld.org)
  • Many Haitians struggle to emerge from poverty and social inequality because they have little opportunities to change their situation. (coha.org)
  • The International Pharmaceutical Federation acknowledges that healthcare facilities cannot operate without medicines: 'The availability of both medicines and a pharmacy workforce in adequate numbers with appropriate competencies is crucial to ensure the supply, storage and administration of a pharmaceutical system that promotes the appropriate, safe and effective use of essential medicines' 2 . (rrh.org.au)
  • Learning in this way will enable them to respond sensitively and effectively to victims of domestic violence across professional boundaries in a meaningful way. (bl.uk)
  • Following this logic, no significant advances can be made until major cultural changes occur. (thenextweb.com)
  • For example, it may be particularly important to emphasize to board members, as fiduciaries of an organization, how the policy change affects the firm's competitive advantage or mitigates risk. (hrc.org)
  • Around the time that the LHINs were created in 2006, The Change Foundation looked at how integration was being done around the world. (changefoundation.ca)