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.

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Podcast: How I Built This.


Podcast: How I Built This. How I Built This is a podcast about what is possible and how to go from a dream to a successful, or eventually successful implementable model, prototype, system or product.

Only Human: Why is Healthcare So Expensive? We Ask an Expert


Only Human: A Podcast. Only Human is a show that isn’t afraid to have those uncomfortable conversations about our healthcare, or how to experiment with possible solutions. Hosted by Mary Harris, Only Human tells stories we all can relate to. Because every body has a story. This one in particular, “Why is Healthcare so Expensive?” is a great 15-minute listen explaining the complexities of our health system and why it’s so darn expensive.

Freakonomics Podcast: How to Get More Grit.


Freakonomics Podcast: How to Get More Grit. The psychologist Angela Duckworth argues that a person’s level of stick-to-itiveness is directly related to their level of success. No big surprise there. But grit, she says, isn’t something you’re born with — it can be learned. Here’s how. This is a great listen if you are a leader in the learning zone, looking to grow and excel in a new area of your life.

Atul Gawande - Want To Get Great at Something? Get a Coach


Physician and Author Atul Gawande writes about improvement, quality, coaching and optimizing healthcare. In this video he talks about the virtue of being coached to continually improve the way we work. If doctors can benefit from coaching, can't we all?

Brian Goldman - Doctors make Mistakes. Can We Talk About That?


This video is a snapshot into a very serious subject: medial errors. This clip is a 19-minute video that is great as a stand-alone and ideal as a conversation starter. Use this in provider meetings, patient care team work-sessions or in clinical leadership trainings. Physician Brian Goldman talks about mistakes and how medical culture begs for a shift in order to make real-life medical failures a critical learning step between your present-day work and future successes. It’s a culture change if you allow it to be.

Eric Dishman - Health Care Should Be a Team Sport


Coleman Associates has taught Team-Based care for decades. Finally, this movement is gaining real momentum… however, there are severe gaps because of culture, hierarchy, history and the inability of thousands to see the link between the past and the future. In many ways, we are our own biggest roadblock to catching up to this way of working.

Now, zoom ahead to the future… advances in technology, social connectedness, and Patient Care Teams make “the sacred and somewhat over-romanticized doctor-patient one-on-one is a relic of the past.” "The future of healthcare is smart teams and you better be on that team for yourself,” says Eric Dishman. See for yourself!

How This Doctor’s MBA Helped Her Turn Around a Major Hospital


Thinking about re-positioning your C-suite for the future with its evolving expectations and demands. Read this Fortune Magazine article about Dr. Vivian Lee, a physician who altered her perspective by getting a business degree and learning about the costs associated with running a health care business.

Coleman Associates Innovation Podcast


Reduce No-Show Rates in Community Health? Redesign the visit to actually work for the patient? These seemingly insurmountable challenges and more are explored in a podcast hosted by Coleman Associates. We will interview health centers, redesign experts and dramatic performance improvement veterans on what worked, what was challenging and what you can do to start your own transformation effort tomorrow.

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