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Activate Your Answers: Ready, Set, Do!

This is the fifth in a five-part series about Demonstrating BOLD leadership during a pandemic transformation. Each entry in the series focuses on the characteristics of BOLD leadership that can help move organizations from reacting to COVID-19 to proactively anticipating and preparing for the opportunities that lie ahead. Among the long list of names and descriptions

Learning to Find Answers in the Storm

This is the fourth in a five-part series about Demonstrating BOLD leadership during a pandemic transformation. Each entry in the series focuses on the characteristics of BOLD leadership that can help move organizations from reacting to COVID-19 to proactively anticipating and preparing for the opportunities that lie ahead. Amidst the devastation that COVID has inflicted and

Staying Open or Closing Down is a Choice – The Changing World Cares Not Which You Choose

This is the third in a five-part series about Demonstrating BOLD leadership during a pandemic transformation. Each entry in the series focuses on the characteristics of BOLD leadership that can help move organizations from reacting to COVID-19 to proactively anticipating and preparing for the opportunities that lie ahead. “Those who cannot change their minds cannot change

Supporting Each Other and Looking Ahead During COVID-19

As the world continues to navigate the changes that we are personally and professionally facing due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many healthcare leaders are looking for wisdom on how to lead their businesses and support their patients and members during these unprecedented and uncertain times.   In this recording, Aveus President, Chris LaVictoire Mahai, and

Lessons from Liberation: Building a foundation for successful digital experience

A couple weeks ago at the Medecision Healthcare Liberation Conference, I attended the Chief Experience Officer roundtable where we had an excellent discussion around how payors are thinking about their digital experience. We were lucky to have our own Medecision CXO – Ellen Donahue Dalton – and Health Economist, Jane Sarasohn-Kahn as facilitators. Three themes emerged

Positive conspiracies! (On trust)

This is the fourth in a series focused on the characteristics that, in combination, allow rare BOLD leaders to accomplish what others struggle to do: drive innovation and transformative change. In other words – they move their organizations forward beyond whatever exists today into exciting opportunities. They do this effectively, bringing others with them, achieving meaningful

Make my decisions better! (On empathy)

This is the third in a series focused on the characteristics that, in combination, allow rare BOLD leaders to accomplish what others struggle to do: drive innovation and transformative change. In other words – they move their organizations forward beyond whatever exists today into exciting opportunities. They do this effectively, bringing others with them, achieving meaningful

Laugh if you want! (On confidence)  

This is the second in a series focused on the characteristics that, in combination, allow rare BOLD leaders to accomplish what others struggle to do: drive innovation and transformative change. In other words – they move their organizations forward beyond whatever exists today into exciting opportunities. They do this effectively, bringing others with them, achieving meaningful

Better, more interesting answers are out there! (On curiosity)

This is the first in a series focused on the characteristics that, in combination, allow rare BOLD leaders to accomplish what others struggle to do: drive innovation and transformative change. In other words – they move their organizations forward beyond whatever exists today into exciting opportunities. They do this effectively, bringing others with them, achieving meaningful

From Program to Business Model: Using Population Health Management to Drive Value-Based Care

What does “population health management” really mean?  Many healthcare organizations think of population health management in terms of condition-specific programs designed to improve care and reduce costs for at-risk patients. Medicare’s bundled payment initiatives for joint replacements and cardiac care may come to mind, for instance.   Very often organizations launch programs like these in response to some sort of reimbursement mandate. Yet think of how powerful they