Coleman Associates Innovation Podcast

Changing Habits to Combat COVID-19

March 18, 2020 Coleman Associates Season 1 Episode 17
Coleman Associates Innovation Podcast
Changing Habits to Combat COVID-19
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Coleman Associates Innovation Podcast
Changing Habits to Combat COVID-19
Mar 18, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17
Coleman Associates

This weekend we recorded a special episode in relation to the current events. We are going to explore how habits can diminish our ability to combat COVID19 in the healthcare setting. We interview Mellisa Stratman and explore some strategies around communication, scheduling, decision making, and coaching. We hope you enjoy it, and please be safe out there.

Synopsis: We are in unprecedented territory with COVID-19, and it is crucial to remain innovative in our ability to combat it in the healthcare setting. This podcast offers insight into how our habits can help or diminish our ability to do this. Through discussing strategies around communication, scheduling decision-making, and coaching, we want you to be better equipped to combat COVID-19 in a healthcare setting.

When communicating, make it a habit to relay to people what is in it for them, and connect the communication directly to the person. Joining behaviors and outcomes can alter people’s perception of communication and will help interest them in hearing what message follows. Additionally, your discussions must make people feel supported and acknowledged. Lastly, always make a habit of communicating clearly. 

After communication, this podcast evaluations scheduling decisions. Does your patient need to come in for their follow-up, or can their needs be met through a virtual visit? The habit is meeting face to face, but by making this decision with patients, we can change that habit and prioritize in-person access for groups that need it most. 

Lastly, this podcast offers insight on how to coach to be successful. With the vast amount of change happening right now, staff must be coached through these changes. Once you decide to do a new process, communicate well, guide your team through the transition by leading through example, and giving feedback to ensure improvement and success


Tweet us @colemanassoc, send us an email, or follow us on Facebook.

Guests:
Melissa Stratman

Host:
Ryan Jury

Show Notes

This weekend we recorded a special episode in relation to the current events. We are going to explore how habits can diminish our ability to combat COVID19 in the healthcare setting. We interview Mellisa Stratman and explore some strategies around communication, scheduling, decision making, and coaching. We hope you enjoy it, and please be safe out there.

Synopsis: We are in unprecedented territory with COVID-19, and it is crucial to remain innovative in our ability to combat it in the healthcare setting. This podcast offers insight into how our habits can help or diminish our ability to do this. Through discussing strategies around communication, scheduling decision-making, and coaching, we want you to be better equipped to combat COVID-19 in a healthcare setting.

When communicating, make it a habit to relay to people what is in it for them, and connect the communication directly to the person. Joining behaviors and outcomes can alter people’s perception of communication and will help interest them in hearing what message follows. Additionally, your discussions must make people feel supported and acknowledged. Lastly, always make a habit of communicating clearly. 

After communication, this podcast evaluations scheduling decisions. Does your patient need to come in for their follow-up, or can their needs be met through a virtual visit? The habit is meeting face to face, but by making this decision with patients, we can change that habit and prioritize in-person access for groups that need it most. 

Lastly, this podcast offers insight on how to coach to be successful. With the vast amount of change happening right now, staff must be coached through these changes. Once you decide to do a new process, communicate well, guide your team through the transition by leading through example, and giving feedback to ensure improvement and success


Tweet us @colemanassoc, send us an email, or follow us on Facebook.

Guests:
Melissa Stratman

Host:
Ryan Jury