At a loss for how to create nurse-physician partnerships that benefit the patient?

One CHCM client saw physician satisfaction with overall quality of nursing increase 23.8% to the 98th percentile.

 

Physicians often feel like outsiders in healthcare organizations, powerless to effect changes in the cultures of the organizations in which they serve. You depend on your physicians for excellent medical care, but to what extent do you invite their creativity and leadership into creating an organization-wide vision of all-around excellence?

Improving relationships is our core business. Creative Health Care Management has an excellent track record of creating trusting, collaborative relationships between medical and other clinical staff members.

From pre-Relationship-Based Care implementation to post, one Creative Health Care Management client hospital saw physician satisfaction with overall quality of nursing increase from 23.8% to the 98th percentile. Another client organization that has implemented RBC with Primary Nursing in both its inpatient and outpatient settings, reports a culture of “high mutual respect” between physicians and nurses. Nurses in these settings report that they feel like and are treated as “full partners” with their physician colleagues.

Programs and Services that Support Physician Engagement

If you’ve been at a loss for how to create nurse-physician partnerships that benefit the patient, you’re in the right place. One CHCM client saw physician satisfaction with overall quality of nursing increase 23.8% to the 98th percentile.