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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.
Katie Richardson, MD, master juggler: pediatrician, director of Physician Experience for the Colorado Permanente Group, the mom of an 11-year-old daughter—and expert stressbuster.
First, Heal Thyself
A physician talks about managing stress.
May 13, 2016
Health is a team sport for these colleagues at the lab at the South Bay Medical Center in Southern California, including members of UFCW Local 770 and SEIU-UHW, who take Instant Recess® together.
Meet Your National Agreement: Champions for Health and Safety
Workers help their teammates thrive at work.
The Woodland Hills Intensive Care Unit has built a speak up culture with interdisciplinary rounds on patients. As a result, the team has high morale, low turnover—and its patients suffer fewer hospital-acquired infections.
The Three Cs to Success
Consistency, communication, collaboration bring better care.
April 13, 2016
UBT members stepped up to address staff concerns and keep morale high following the adoption of a new approach to caring for total joint patients.
Teamwork Eases Pain of Change
Unity delivers better care.
March 30, 2016
A diverse staff (like this team from the perioperative department at the Ontario Medical Center in Southern California) serving a diverse membership is a point of pride and strength for Kaiser Permanente.
A Mirror for Members
Linking diversity and quality.
January 4, 2016
Anthony Frizzell, mental health assistant and member of OPEIU Local 2 says, "It is imperative that we relate to the patient in the way the patient wishes."
A Matter-of-Fact Approach to Gender Issues
Better serving transgender teens.
Southern California's Biohazards band, extending partnership tools into music-making.
Around the Regions (Winter 2016)
A sampling of teams across KP.
Southern California physicians Rebecca Deans, Osbourne Blake and Resa Caivano (left to right) are part of a project to aid patients with sickle cell disease, which disproportionately affects African-Americans.
The Difference Diversity Makes
UBTs serve KP's diverse membership.
Brandon Johnson, a Kaiser Permanente member, gives Shirley Brown, RN, a member of UNAC/UHCP, a grateful hug.
Creating a Safety Net for Sickle Cell Patients
Helping patients live full and healthier lives.
By borrowing a successful practice from Los Angeles Medical Center, South Bay Medical Center's Orthopedics/Podiatry Team increased its copay collection and improved the member care experience.
Check-In Sheet Improves Copay Collection—and More
Team improves communication and raises patient satisfaction.
November 10, 2015
A successful kp.org sign-up campaign resulted in a deluge of messages, and providers found themselves struggling to keep up. That’s when co-leads Rikki Shene, LPN, a member of SEIU Local 49, and manager Eliseo Olvera took action, with help from their UPR.
The Best-Laid Plans
When improving performance, one thing leads to another.
October 6, 2015
Consultants such as Shannon Cazinha (center) can coach teams on the best ways to improve performance.
From the Desk of Henrietta: Put Me In, Coach
UBT consultants and union reps help teams excel.