Relationships are the core of trust and without them medical students, resident and practicing physicians have less humanistic qualities, including compassion and communication skills.
Blog Category: Letters from the Foundation
Imagine working in an environment where a traditional model of hierarchical, authoritative, physician-centric management is replaced by new patterns of relating that foster collaboration, group learning, nurturing and a flattened social order on health care teams.
At the heart of the Voices of Duke Health is a passion for the art of listening.
Trust in an organization is fundamentally related to trust in its leaders.
This fairly simple and straightforward program is an invitation to clinical staff who use the EHR to identify documentation and other practice requirements that should be eliminated.