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Prioritizing Healthcare Facilities Readiness Among Budget Constraints

Hospitals are currently facing financial challenges never experienced before. The recent pandemic has challenged healthcare systems in ways many never imagined. Many systems halted elective surgeries and other procedures for a period of time, causing tremendous damage to the bottom line.  It is critical that the healthcare leaders work together more closely than ever before, keeping the overall health of the system a priority. Your facilities management leadership team should be at the table during the budging process, partnering alongside you to evaluate and control capital expenditures that affect compliance, patient safety, and your ability to withstand the next disaster.

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Download COVID-19 and the Healing Environment: Successfully Navigating Healthcare's Greatest Challenge Whitepaper

COVID-19 and the Healing Environment: Successfully Navigating Healthcare's Greatest Challenge

In January 2020, news of a new strain of coronavirus began to hit the news headlines. At the time, it was just background noise for most of the population, but Medxcel was already prepared to face what would become one of the greatest healthcare challenges the United States has ever faced. Our Emergency Management team of experts had plans in place and was ready to execute them when the pandemic hit the United States shores. Medxcel leaders were quoted in the media saying, “Not if, but when”.

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Download Employee Engagement and Its Impact on the Patient Experience: A Deeper Look Whitepaper

Employee Engagement and Its Impact on the Patient Experience: A Deeper Look

When you think about employee engagement and the overall patient experience, there is often a disconnect.  You may think, "How does a maintenance technician's engagement level really impact the experience patients will have in my hospital on a daily basis?"   

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Designing pediatric hospitals with children’s needs in mind

9/26/2022

Planning a children’s hospital requires deliberate decisions at every turn. Each design element is an opportunity to make the children in treatment and their support teams feel safer and more comfortable within the space.

Creating a better environment for patients, and particularly pediatric patients, can have a strong impact on treatment outcomes. In fact, for the first time in history, there are more patients with congenital illness over the age of 18 than under, which is indicative of extraordinary advances in pediatric medicine and facilities. Continuing to support the health of infants, children and adolescents means taking their needs into consideration while designing healthcare facilities for them.
 

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Integrating Values into Everyday Work

9/12/2022

Too often, core values of an organization only exist on paper. A true values-based environment helps connect associates and establishes a purpose behind the work they do.  

Core values should be apparent in all aspects of your healthcare organization, from daily interactions to business strategies. Moral standards set the framework for everything your organization does and align the team with the same goals and direction. While every workplace is guided by different values, common practices can help embed your organization’s values in day-to-day work. 

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Implementing Sustainable Infectious Disease Protocols

8/29/2022

More than two years into dealing with a pandemic, healthcare workers are facing a new public health concern. The World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency in July, and just as they have been with COVID-19, healthcare facilities are at the frontlines. 

While the hospitalization and fatality rates for monkeypox are much lower than those of COVID-19, facilities are focusing on implementing evaluation, testing and vaccine distribution procedures to help keep their communities safe. The outbreak reminds us once again that new waves and diseases are rarely predictable, and healthcare facilities should be prepared with sufficient and sustainable protocols and emergency preparedness plans. 

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Outside the Patient's Door Podcast

As a healthcare leader, your job is about so much more than a bottom line. Between navigating a pandemic, staffing and the constant pressures to improve efficiencies and patient care, a lot can rest on your shoulders. Outside the Patient’s Door is the place to dive into the issues that are at the forefront of your mind. We go behind the science of healthcare with one goal in mind: people first.

Each episode will cover an in-depth topic, featuring a panel of your peers and showcasing what is possible through building partnerships, exchanging ideas and gaining a fresh perspective. Join us as we examine innovative ways to confront both age-old obstacles and brand new policies. Outside the Patient’s Door is where influential healthcare leaders come to connect, learn, and improve.

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Challenges Facing Healthcare

Michael Argir, CEO & President

New Trends in Healthcare

Michael Argir, CEO & President

Capital Management

Jason Scheidler, Chief Financial Officer

Customer Journey

Jennefer Pursifull, Vice President, Marketing

Data Driven Customer Service

Jennefer Pursifull, Vice President, Marketing

Emergency Management

Scott Cormier, Vice President of Emergency Management, Environment of Care and Safety

Environment of Care

Scott Cormier, Vice President of Emergency Management, Environment of Care and Safety

Operational Efficiency

Jason Scheidler, Chief Financial Officer

Skills Gap

Matthew Keahey, National Vice President, Operations

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