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Cultivating joy in work can lead to greater fullfilment and less stress.
How to get that feeling of success and fulfillment that comes from doing work that matters.
Let's talk: UBT co-leads Antronette Moore-Mohead and Joanna Harris model great relationship skills.
'No Big Me, little you'
Mutual respect sustains these co-leads over the long term.
September 5, 2017
Now hear this: Leaders and members of this UBT benefit from each other’s complementary workplace experiences. Pictured (left to right) are Lynn Reese, Au.D., a UFCW Local 400 member; Roger Wallace, clinician; and Caroline Masikonde, clinical operations manager.
Listening Is Key for Audiology Co-Leads
How to value each other’s different skills and background.
Where the care is: When members of the Ridgeline Behavioral Health team saw data showing patients were using the emergency room for nonemergency problems, they sprang into action and helped save more than $1 million.
Right Setting, Lower Costs, Better Care
Educating patients about Emergency Department use pays off.
June 16, 2017
Jane Baxter and Ingrid Baillie lead the Alpharetta Ob-Gyn UBT.
How to Zoom From Level 1 to Level 4
Quickly move up the UBT Path to Performance.
March 25, 2014
Savings added up quickly when this Oncology team in the Northwest paid close attention to which tubing it used for IVs; shown is Randi Norton, an RN and member of OFNHP.
Change in Tubing Saves $25,000
Attention to details pays off.
March 4, 2014