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May 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

May 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

This issue includes: Health Workforce: From Frying Pan into Fire, Managing Polarization–Part I, Managing Polarization–Part II, True Stories from Wisconsin Leaders, Leadership Insights: “Identity: Delegator”, Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs, 30th Annual $2,500 Monato Essay Prize Accepting Submissions, Support the RWHC Healthy Wisconsin Foundation, Eye on Health Cartoons
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Identity: Delegator - March 2022

Identity: Delegator - March 2022

If you avoid delegation for any reason, (you can do it quicker and better yourself, last time they didn’t come through for you, it takes too much effort, you don’t want to burden them because they are busy, etc.), it could be time to make a change. Let the word DELEGATOR itself help keep you on track.
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 April 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

April 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

This issue includes: Healthcare’s Silver Tsunami Has Begun, The Art of Medicine, Building Individual Resilience, Leadership Insights: “Don’t Go!”, Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs, 30th Annual $2,500 Monato Essay Prize Accepting Submissions, Support the RWHC Healthy Wisconsin Foundation, Eye on Health Cartoons
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Addressing Social Determinants of Health: Marie Barry

Addressing Social Determinants of Health: Marie Barry

(Episode 13) Are you a leader in healthcare faced with the challenge of addressing important issues around social determinants of health within the communities you serve? In today’s episode, our host Janet Schulz discusses some non-healthcare topics with the Rural Wisconsin Healthcare Cooperative (RWHC) Director of Economic Development, Marie Barry. Born out of a need to create synergies between rural hospitals and rural communities, the RWHC launched a formal Community Economic Development program in 2021 and has experienced some early success in developing solutions around broadband, transportation, childcare, and housing issues, to name a few. Marie explains how the program acts as a “bridge” between the hospital and community, and works to insure that diverse representation is at th...
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 HEAT Alert

HEAT Alert

(Ask your lawmakers to make threats against health care workers a felony in WI) -- Threats and acts of violence on health care providers are on the rise. Now you can do something about it by advocating for a law that will make threats against health care workers a felony in Wisconsin.
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Don't Go - February 2022

Don't Go - February 2022

Keep an eye out for an article I'm writing for ACHE's (American College of Healthcare Executives) Frontiers of Health Service Management (Consider joining if you haven’t!). The summer issue features actions organizations are taking to address workforce challenges. In it I will highlight six RWHC Member hospitals who are doing everything they can to attract and keep great people. These organizational efforts matter, and the crisis is real.
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 March 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

March 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

This issue includes: Whose Business to Worry About Rural Health?, Pandemic Staffing–The New Normal?, “Let Us Not Forget the Caregivers”, Communities Need Community, Leadership Insights: “Remotely Recognized”, Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs, 30th Annual $2,500 Monato Essay Prize Accepting Submissions, Support the RWHC Healthy Wisconsin Foundation, Eye on Health Cartoons
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Leadership Insights: January 2022 - Remotely Recognized

Leadership Insights: January 2022 - Remotely Recognized

First things first: To those who do not have the option to work remotely because your work is hands on – you who are giving, caring, providing, healing, and feeding – thank you seems inadequate for how you continue to quite literally put your lives on the line for all of us. How we re-recruit and retain you in the future deserves its own space, but read on…
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Whose Business to Worry About Rural Health?

Whose Business to Worry About Rural Health?

(Commentary by Tim Size, Executive Director, RWHC) I may be “old school” but at least on my good days, I try to follow the commandment, “to love your neighbor as yourself.” And perhaps, unfortunately, there is no loophole for members of a different political party, advocacy group or individuals who are otherwise thought to be jerks.
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 February 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

February 2022 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

This issue includes: “Using All Means at Our Disposal", “Do Your Part”, “A Call for Civility and Decency”, “What I Need My Team to Know”, RWHC Receives AHA Recognition, A Stormy Healthcare Workforce Forecast, Post COVID: What to Keep; What to Toss?, Leadership Insights: “Performance Evals”, Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs, 30th Annual $2,500 Monato Essay Prize Accepting Submissions, Support RWHC Healthy Wisconsin, Eye on Health Cartoons
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Being Intentional in 2022

Being Intentional in 2022

(REFUELING YOUR HEART - ISSUE 4) Truth is, intentions equals results… but requires us to take action steps. Some have heard of the saying energy flows where attention goes. Intentions require attention. This time of year, many set resolutions saying things like… “this is the year I am going to lose weight and get healthy”, “I intend to spend more time on personal growth”, “I intend to stop procrastinating and wasting time”, “I am going to declutter my house”, or whatever the case may be. Many start off strong, only to fall back to habitual patterns which often leads our thinking back to “it is what it is” or whatever belief pattern or mind justification that surfaces. Beware of the thinking patterns as resolutions or our intentions are often derailed by the end of January.
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Do Your Part (Public Education Video)

Do Your Part (Public Education Video)

In response to the ongoing surge of COVID-19 cases throughout the state and the strain hospitals are experiencing as they seek to provide both COVID and regular care to their communities, WHA, through its 501(c)(4) social welfare organization Healthy Wisconsin Alliance, is launching a new public education campaign today encouraging vaccination and boosters.
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