Coleman Recommended Resources
Coleman Associates loves seeking out resources, stumbling upon thought-provoking videos and learning from others both inside and outside the healthcare industry. We’d love to share our favorites with you.
Take the Island, Burn all Boats
Julius Caesar famously said over 2000 years ago, “If you want to take the island, then burn your boats.” Mel discusses the importance of commitment when it comes to implementing change initiatives.
The Deadly Sins Of Employee Retention: New Edition To Solve The Great Resignation, Quiet Quitting, Burnout, And More
This book is a very quick read, similar to Monday Morning Leadership, and has overlapping principles and advice. They outline 7 pitfalls that can hurt your employee retention work and that frankly can help you be a better manager. A relevant read these days!
Raise the Red Flag
One of Coleman’s mantras is “Raise the red flag early AND often.” Mel discusses the importance of doing so in a staffing and work performance setting.
Ted Talk about Future of HealthCare 2024...
Dr. Stephen Klasko talks about the future of healthcare .... from an exciting perspective highlighting both data-driven decision-making and clinician training.
Revenue Opportunities in Care Coordination
We in no way recommend this authoring organization (Medcor) as we have zero history with them. However, we did find the first 3/4 of the article to be a helpful review of some of the key financial and billing reminders helpful in thinking about broadening care and care coordination models. --Melissa
This Mel segment is all about having accountability conversations.
This Racism Is Killing Me Inside
Are DEI considerations in healthcare delivery a necessity or a nice-to-have consideration? Challenge your thinking & expand your knowledge of the impacts of race in America on genetic healthcare predictors by listening to this podcast.
Panel Sizes in a FFS or APM World
Hear Melissa talk about how to calculate panel sizes and then, some of the considerations when moving to more alternative payment models.
Always running late? This simple tip can change a physician's life
This simple article was recommended to a group of peers by a CMO I respect in Arkansas. He shared this article and we discussed how providers need to take some ownership of helping patients to understand that prioritization of needs is key to the success of everyone. Until healthcare payment reform happens, few clinicians can see their way out of their challenges without doing some limiting.
Having Tough Conversations: A Series for Leaders.
Have you ever been afraid to broach a difficult subject with a staff member or got nervous about having to address an accountability issue? Start by watching this brief series with Melissa and Amanda from Coleman as they discuss common pitfalls and advice when preparing to have a tough conversation.