From the Office of Dr. Dan Berman

Dr. Dan Berman, Healthcare Thought Leader is announcing that Dr. Dan Berman has a book deal with Aviva Publishing and the book should be available in the Fall 2018. The book title is:
Reaching Consensus about Change in Healthcare Delivery in the USA: The Dynamic Balance Model Framework


Healthcare Delivery Needs to be a be developed into a collaborative ecosystem with all levels of providers from big healthcare systems to small healthcare clinics collaborating together regardless of fiscal identity issues and power struggles in the community. What sometimes prevents this is the behavior of its leaders. Leaders sometimes are motivated by self identity. If we believe in the work of Abraham Maslow who identified human motivation, he believes that as human's we cannot reach higher levels of behavior until we satisfy our need for survival first. I believe that this causes organizations not to collaborate. This school of thought can also relate to departments within healthcare organizations.

What I am suggesting is that we take risks and not think about our own personal survival as leaders and also the survival of organizations. I believe that if we truly take this approach we can reach the level of audacious innovation. Audacious is defined as showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks.

What I am proposing is that all the healthcare leaders in a community come together and be willing to innovate and create change as the result of wanting to be innovative regardless of the need for their own hospital or agency to remain in their own turf and expand to think out of the box as a ecosystem of one voice.
If you wish, I would be interested in your thoughts as this relates to your projects

Dr. Berman

 

Models


Three Pillars for Creating Healthcare Change

In creating change in the healthcare delivery space either inside an organization or at the community level there are four types of stakeholders that we should consider in one's analysis. They include realistically different types of stakeholders. They include representatives from the following:
  • a) Leadership at the Executive Organizational level, Consumer group executives, governmental executives
  • b) Marketplace Executives-These are executives from organizations that purchase healthcare services. These include governmental, industry, large and self insured companies, healthcare insurance companies, managed care companies, and labor unions
  • c) Clinical and Professional Associations-These include clinical member organizations like the American Medical Association etc

Research Findings/Papers

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Video Presentations

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