Hospital puts focus on workforce

November 2011
Patient Education Management;Nov2011, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p130
Academic Journal
The article provides information on Avera McKennan Hospital's Keys to Excellence initiative, which plans activities such as Jeopardy and the Operation board game, to keep employees engaged and facilitate organizational development.


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