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There are 3 levels of the attendance toolkit available. Use this chart to compare them and figure out which is right for your team.
Into the future: A digital fluency pilot program launched recently, one of many accomplishments of the LMP national programs.
The Road Taken
20 years of national program results.
September 5, 2017
Communication, Commitment, Consensus
UBT co-leads bond thanks to partnership basics.
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.
Ironworkers at Niacet Chemical Company, Niagara Falls, New York, 1928; Cliff Keene second from left. 1929 union card, International Association of Bridge, Ornamental, and Structural Ironworkers. Images courtesy Steve Gilford, from the personal collection of Clifford Keene.
Labor History: Physician, Kaiser Permanente President, Ironworker
A profile of KP's first president and CEO.
September 1, 2017
Empowering health care workers, managers and physicians to come together in teams and improve performance has been the crown jewel of the Labor Management Partnership.
Partnership Beats the Odds
Why 20 years of partnership is something to celebrate.
August 18, 2017
Jeffrey Ha, a pharmacy technician and member of UFCW Local 135, was one of several team members involved in helping his department reduce waste.
Pharmacy Saves Big With Value-Shopper Approach
How one team generated a $1.1 million win.
June 19, 2017
High-tech lowers costs: Ninneth “Nina” O’Hara, an SEIU-UHW member and Emergency Department clerk, heads out to get information from a patient using a laptop on wheels.
Savings From Around the Regions
How eSignaures and other fixes save money, boost quality.
When mid-level leaders from both management and unions build skills in key partnership concepts, they are in a better position to support unit-based teams.
Meet Your National Agreement: Training for Everyone, Starting in the Middle
How mid-level managers, union leaders build key skills.
Engaged, Enabled, Empowered
Leaders and teams connect quality, service, affordability.
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
Silbia Espinoza, RN, (far right) strikes a pose with some of the 25 team members who hiked up to the Hollywood sign for healthy fun.
Nurses Help Others—and Themselves—Get and Stay Healthy
How two RNs care for their team.
April 21, 2017
“Our UBT is very focused on teamwork. When we meet, our badges are off. It’s no longer ‘manager,’ ‘therapist,’ ‘assistant’ or ‘aide.’ Not having the traditional hierarchy has made a big difference. For example, our team had injuries related to patient positioning. We did a project called ‘Gimme a Boost.’ In doing a process map, we learned that one major gap was everyone's understanding of counting and moving on ‘three’ before boosting the patient together. Since standardizing our counting process, our staff has had no injuries as a result of boosting patients up in bed.”—Victor W. Shen, assistant director, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (L.A. Medical Center)
Humans of Partnership Speak Up
As these short stories make clear, your voice matters.
April 17, 2017