The Dynamic Culture,Educational And Personal Factors Influencing The Frontline Professional Caregiver In Healthcare

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According to the research conducted by the World Economic Forum, in 2020, over one-third of skills that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed. Based on their estimate, the need for creativity, emotional intelligence, critical thinking or complex problem solving will top the “market of necessary skills” This includes all aspects of Healthcare, business leaders, educators and government all need to be proactive in up-skilling and retraining people so everyone can benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

It is highly appearing From different perspectives, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, biochemistry  that our health is in some ways strongly dependent on other people. Lawrence Laganelli

“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

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“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

Posted by Lawrence Laganelli on May 25, 2017

Special Podcast Episode Part 2 of 2: Three Frontline Professions Discuss What key Elements Are Missing In The Education Of A Frontline Caregiver

Traditional Healthcare training focuses on “how” — cultivating knowledge and skills through memorization and practice. It has largely ignored “why,”

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Robyn (Tupper) Lombard, Director of Quality,Safety and Value, St. Vincent Medical Group Allegheny Health Network, Erie, Pennsylvania

I currently manage a Family Medicine Residency office, St. Vincent Continued Care clinic and Oversee the Quality Department for our Primary Care Network. Since my time at the residency we have implemented an Asthma Clinic and a Transition of care clinc. These were both initiatives developed from class projects that I lead. 

Previous Podcast Episode With Robyn:

A Practice Manger’s perspective of what she searches for in Medical Assistants

Contact Information:

 LinkedIn, Email: rlombard@svhs.org

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Corey Rotella,  CNA, member of the Alzheimer’s association,  co-author of both the blog and book CNA edge: A voice from the trenches of long term care, keynote speaker alongside her co-authors at the 2016 Pioneer Network convention,

Contributing writer for GWEN BORCYK, MSW, LCSW blog and has been featured on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio. In her free time she paints, writes and volunteers at a behavioral health center.

Previous Podcast Episode With Corey:

In Heathcare It Is Easier To Act Our Way Into A New Kind Of Thinking Than It Is To Think Ourselves Into A New Way Of Acting.

Contact Information:

 coreyannerotella@gmail.com

Ida Iversen

Ida Iversen, RN, BSN, Partners HealthCare, Greater Boston Area

My mission is to care for others within the healthcare industry with compassion and laughter. Caring for patients and giving optimal nursing care is what I do best. I will seek to learn, for learning is the basis for growth, and growing is the key to living. I will seek first to understand, for understanding is the key to finding value, and value is the basis for respect, decisions, and actions. I want to help influence the future development of healthcare and it’s organizations. I want to teach my children and others to love and laugh, to learn and grow beyond their current bounds. I will build relationships by giving the best that I can offer.

Previous Podcast Episode With Ida:

Medical Assistant’s Have The Power To Play A Vital Role Healing The Mind And Spirit Of Those Being Treated!

Contact Information:  

incompass1self@gmail.com  LinkedIn

 

The Voice of Medical Assisting” Podcast will introduce you to impactful, at times, deviate from the conventional, and present personal experiences, ideas, people that affect and Influence the profession and You.

“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

What we Believe is listening and empathizing can have a profound effect on biological and functional health outcomes as well as patient satisfaction and experience of care. Further, communication on all levels among healthcare team members influences the quality of working relationships, job satisfaction and has an impact on patients.

It is highly appearing that our health is in some ways strongly dependent on other people. Social support and social interaction have a positive influence on human beings’ physical and mental health. It lowers occurrence of stress, depression, anxiety and also highly affects our endocrine-immune system. 

From different perspectives, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, biochemistry and health policy. What has emerged in the course of the years is that not only should health professionals learn technical skills, but they also should develop appropriate social skills to better interact and communicate with their patients. 

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Lawrence Laganelli

lawrencelaganelli@insidemedicalassisting.com

Click here to listen to Part 1: 

 The Missing Key Elements Of Patient Care In Healthcare

Posted by Lawrence Laganelli on May 25, 2017

Special Podcast Episode Part 1 of 2: Three Frontline Professions Discuss The Missing Key Elements Of Patient Care In Healthcare

Seeing the other side

Patients Are People Just Like You and I, Not just a Condition

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Robyn (Tupper) Lombard, Director of Quality,Safety and Value, St. Vincent Medical Group Allegheny Health Network, Erie, Pennsylvania

I currently manage a Family Medicine Residency office, St. Vincent Continued Care clinic and Oversee the Quality Department for our Primary Care Network. Since my time at the residency we have implemented an Asthma Clinic and a Transition of care clinc. These were both initiatives developed from class projects that I lead. 

Previous Podcast Episode With Robyn:

A Practice Manger’s perspective of what she searches for in Medical Assistants

Contact Information:

 LinkedIn, Email: rlombard@svhs.org

corey rotella

Corey Rotella,  CNA, member of the Alzheimer’s association,  co-author of both the blog and book CNA edge: A voice from the trenches of long term care, keynote speaker alongside her co-authors at the 2016 Pioneer Network convention,

Contributing writer for GWEN BORCYK, MSW, LCSW blog and has been featured on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio. In her free time she paints, writes and volunteers at a behavioral health center.

Previous Podcast Episode With Corey:

In Heathcare It Is Easier To Act Our Way Into A New Kind Of Thinking Than It Is To Think Ourselves Into A New Way Of Acting.

Contact Information:

 coreyannerotella@gmail.com

Ida Iversen

Ida Iversen, RN, BSN, Partners HealthCare, Greater Boston Area

My mission is to care for others within the healthcare industry with compassion and laughter. Caring for patients and giving optimal nursing care is what I do best. I will seek to learn, for learning is the basis for growth, and growing is the key to living. I will seek first to understand, for understanding is the key to finding value, and value is the basis for respect, decisions, and actions. I want to help influence the future development of healthcare and it’s organizations. I want to teach my children and others to love and laugh, to learn and grow beyond their current bounds. I will build relationships by giving the best that I can offer.

Previous Podcast Episode With Ida:

Medical Assistant’s Have The Power To Play A Vital Role Healing The Mind And Spirit Of Those Being Treated!

Contact Information:  

incompass1self@gmail.com  LinkedIn

 

The Voice of Medical Assisting” Podcast will introduce you to impactful, at times, deviate from the conventional, and present personal experiences, ideas, people that affect and Influence the profession and You.

“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

What we Believe is listening and empathizing can have a profound effect on biological and functional health outcomes as well as patient satisfaction and experience of care. Further, communication on all levels among healthcare team members influences the quality of working relationships, job satisfaction and has an impact on patients.

It is highly appearing that our health is in some ways strongly dependent on other people. Social support and social interaction have a positive influence on human beings’ physical and mental health. It lowers occurrence of stress, depression, anxiety and also highly affects our endocrine-immune system. 

From different perspectives, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, biochemistry and health policy. What has emerged in the course of the years is that not only should health professionals learn technical skills, but they also should develop appropriate social skills to better interact and communicate with their patients. 

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Lawrence Laganelli

lawrencelaganelli@insidemedicalassisting.com

Click here to listen to Part  2: What Key Elements Are Missing In The Education Of A Frontline Caregiver

Posted by Lawrence Laganelli on May 17, 2017

Natasha (Tasha) Turner, Allied Health Medical Assisting Program Director Is Implementing New Educational Standards In Her Medical Assisting Program

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“If you can change the way Students think. The way they see what they do. The way they see their Profession. You can change Lives

To paraphrase Steve Jobs “A lot of people in Healthcare haven’t had very diverse experiences. So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problem. The broader one’s understanding of the human experience in healthcare, the more solutions we will have.”

I was asked a question: If you could change one thing about healthcare, what would it be?

I would change how patients are treated. I feel that health care has become a one size fits all model, a factory. I would change the perception of how we heal patients. That’s just one of many things I would change.

Many may ask why I am an advocate of Allied Health Professions.
The answer is easy everyone has to start somewhere. Not everyone can afford to go to Medical School, not everyone will get into a nursing program, you have to start somewhere, anywhere, just don’t give up and don’t sit still.

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Natasha (Tasha) Turner. PHD, Health Care Clinical Education Candidate, Allied Health Medical Assisting Program Director, Post Secondary Adult Education Counselor

Contact Information:  Alwaysdreambig2@gmail.com

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The Voice of Medical Assisting” Podcast will introduce you to impactful, at times, deviate from the conventional, and present personal experiences, ideas, people that affect and Influence the profession and You.

“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

What we Believe is listening and empathizing can have a profound effect on biological and functional health outcomes as well as patient satisfaction and experience of care. Further, communication on all levels among healthcare team members influences the quality of working relationships, job satisfaction and has an impact on patients.

It is highly appearing that our health is in some ways strongly dependent on other people. Social support and social interaction have a positive influence on human beings’ physical and mental health. It lowers occurrence of stress, depression, anxiety and also highly affects our endocrine-immune system. 

From different perspectives, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, biochemistry and health policy. What has emerged in the course of the years is that not only should health professionals learn technical skills, but they also should develop appropriate social skills to better interact and communicate with their patients. 

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Lawrence Laganelli

lawrencelaganelli@insidemedicalassisting.com

Posted by Lawrence Laganelli on May 6, 2017

E-Learning: The Future Healthcare professionals Education Experience

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Will this brave new world of e-learning make face to face education a thing of the past? This is unlikely to happen. In the future we will use different formats that help us achieve different outcomes: Evidence based learning resources to help doctors develop excellent applied knowledge; interactive case histories to help them develop problem solving skills; and multimedia or simulation based resources to engender healthy attitudes and professional behaviours. Face to face education will continue – in the form of interactive lectures and networking events – and so a blend of learning resources will help us develop healthcare professionals with the right balance of knowledge, skills, and behaviours. There will undoubtedly be more high users of e-learning but there will also be those who prefer face to face education and who will make strategic learning choices as to the formats that they prefer in different contexts and at different times.

Attempting to predict the future is never a completely straightforward exercise – but in the case of e-learning the trends over the past ten years will very likely continue for some time to come. It will be up to us as healthcare professionals to ensure that we use e-learning wisely and harness its many advantages to help use deliver better care for patients and populations.  Read more

 

Chisty T I’m a learning design consultant who develops engaging e-learning that makes a difference in how people do their jobs. My goal is to create online learning that uses technology and storytelling to draw participants in and lets them practice new skills in ways that they can easily apply in the workplace. As a learning design consultant, I create engaging learning experiences by integrating relevant stories and scenarios with interactive technology. – Christy Tucker

You can see my detailed work history on LinkedIn.

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Syniad is Welsh for “idea.” Oliver Wendell Holmes said that a mind “once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.” What new ideas can we explore to stretch learners’ minds?

” I can get know-how out of a subject matter expert’s head and transform it into a valuable learning experience for others”.

The Voice of Medical Assisting” Podcast will introduce you to impactful, at times, deviate from the conventional, and present personal experiences, ideas, people that affect and Influence the profession and You.

“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

What we Believe is listening and empathizing can have a profound effect on biological and functional health outcomes as well as patient satisfaction and experience of care. Further, communication on all levels among healthcare team members influences the quality of working relationships, job satisfaction and has an impact on patients.

It is highly appearing that our health is in some ways strongly dependent on other people. Social support and social interaction have a positive influence on human beings’ physical and mental health. It lowers occurrence of stress, depression, anxiety and also highly affects our endocrine-immune system. 

From different perspectives, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, biochemistry and health policy. What has emerged in the course of the years is that not only should health professionals learn technical skills, but they also should develop appropriate social skills to better interact and communicate with their patients. 

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Lawrence Laganelli

lawrencelaganelli@insidemedicalassisting.com

Posted by Lawrence Laganelli on April 19, 2017

We all have purposes. Mine is using my experiences to encourage other women to achieve excellence, put forth all they have to succeed and to remember, life is too short to sweat the small stuff.

Melanie Staub Story “Out of the ashes”

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein

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Eighteen years following Brian’s death were filled with very tragic times, i.e., an abusive marriage, raising 7 kids (3 his, 2 mine, 2 our’s), six years as a single mom, working and raising my two youngest sons, completing my college Design Degree, my best friend Jeannie being murdered by her husband, my mother passing. Read more

To quote Bill Crowder in his booklet, “Out of the ashes”,

“How do we respond to our inevitable suffering and loss? With fatalism? Realism? Doubt? Despair? A combination?

Our hearts and minds are often torn between these options. Sometimes we despair in fatalism, sometimes we affirm our faith in the midst of screaming doubts. Holding on to our confidence in the reality and power of God, especially when circumstances defy our understanding, can lift our experience of hardship to something more. Something higher, something of worth because He is there”.

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Melanie A. Staub

Publisher, Graphic Designer, Administrative Professional, Certified Healthcare Practice Manager and Medical Assistant

Contact Information: LinkedIn / melanistaub@gmail.com

The Voice of Medical Assisting” Podcast will introduce you to impactful, at times, deviate from the conventional, and present personal experiences, ideas, people that affect and Influence the profession and You.

“If you can change the way people think. The way they see themselves. The way they see the world. You can change the way people live their lives. That’s the only lasting thing you can create.”  ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke 

What we Believe is listening and empathizing can have a profound effect on biological and functional health outcomes as well as patient satisfaction and experience of care. Further, communication on all levels among healthcare team members influences the quality of working relationships, job satisfaction and has an impact on patients.

It is highly appearing that our health is in some ways strongly dependent on other people. Social support and social interaction have a positive influence on human beings’ physical and mental health. It lowers occurrence of stress, depression, anxiety and also highly affects our endocrine-immune system. 

From different perspectives, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, biochemistry and health policy. What has emerged in the course of the years is that not only should health professionals learn technical skills, but they also should develop appropriate social skills to better interact and communicate with their patients. 

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Lawrence Laganelli

lawrencelaganelli@insidemedicalassisting.com