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2015 The Board Doctor Will See You Know

"what are the services that should make a profit, which should be partially subsidized by charitable contributions, and which should be subsidized in total?"

"I have always believed that it is hard to get any organization (or any person) to succeed if you can’t define success."

Monica Oss raises these questions in relation to the governance of nonprofit health providers. I believe that these questions also are relevant to corporate training.

I wonder if corporate training functions are treated as if they were nonprofit organizations (i.e. providers of totally subsidized services?) Is there a practical and useful model for the corporate training function to be a real profit center?

2016 Michigan Governor Proposes To End Medicaid Behavioral Health Carve-Out

As I try to understand what this means I believe that the relevant terms is "carve-out." This means rather than carving out a portion of the funding for "Behavioral Health" that the funding and "Behavioral Health" will be supported via a (larger and more competitive?) general fund?

Does the corporate training world function (benefit or suffer?) from a "carve-out" mentality?

2017 The Role of Medication in Integrated Care Coordination - Now Front ...

What do we have related to learning that can impact the learner - as effectively as medicine helps a patient?

Medicine may be expensive (or not) but it is generally easy to consume and does not take a long time.

What could we do once or twice a day that took 15 seconds or less to assure performance outcomes?

2018 Don't Forget Medicare Specialty Health Plans In Your Strategy - The...

How do we address the fact that one employee may require more training than another without "penalizing" the employee thst requires more time or cost to be trained?

Is it possible to establish separate budgets or investments that recognize these needs? Can a business case be made to support these investments?

2019 A 6-point EHR checklist to address the opioid crisis:

As we explore the concept of "addiction" as being similar to counter-productive repetitive work related behaviors we have the opportunity to learn from how addictions are minimized. The opioid checklist provided by Netsmart http://www.ntst.com is:

  1. Interoperability (how do we assure integration of new learning with previous and other current learning?)
  2. Medication Management (how do we assure that the current learning is being assimilated?)
  3. Clinical Decision Support (how do we prepare instructors/coaches to understand how this learner learns?)
  4. Predictive Analytics (are we guessing or applying science when recommending changes?)
  5. Telehealth (we seem to have embraced elearning - so we have at least one of these six under control)
  6. Consumer and Alumni Engagement (how do we formally engage alumni to help us improve learning outcomes?)

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