Sure, this is not as good as someone popping-in and checking on you, but it is better than the fear of being found collapsed, dead, on your carpet at the weekend when your family call round to visit.
I had another interesting discussion with a colleague today. She had heard about my plans to move hospitals and she wished me good luck. ‘I thought about leaving, but as I only have a few years left I am going to stick it out. I understand you have much longer… Go for it.’ This wasn’tContinue reading “Not many years left”
The concept that the minimal viable resources available – aka our staff, are pawns is consistent throughout the system.
This isn’t beating our scythes into ploughshares, more converting our managers into coaches, and, our technologically disease focused institutions into holistic health hubs.
Today, I am in Gouda, Holland. Tomorrow I am talking at a Microsystems conference in the local Green-Heart hospital. I don’t have much of an idea what it will be like, who will be there or even what I will talk about. Sure, I have a PowerPoint ready; as to whether this is what theContinue reading “Teal, Gouda & Buurtzorg”
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.