All Great Hospitals Make Decisions Based on What's Right

Moore, Jay
August 2007
HealthLeaders Magazine;Aug2007, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p26
The article explores how making right decisions can contribute to hospital excellence. It cites the basic decision-making formula that hospitals can employ in their processes. It examines some of the obstacles and conflicting agendas that hospital executives face as they try to set a strategic path for their organizations. It presents the views by Clarian Health president and CEO Dan Evans that quality data reporting and a hospital's internal culture are an essential components of doing what is best for patients and the community.


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