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Welcome to the official podcast of the Healthcare Experience Foundation. Every one of the millions of small encounters that comprise the healthcare experience serves as a chance to seek excellence, change someone's day, week, or month. These experiences may even change a patient’s outlook on life itself. This podcast’s mission is in lockstep with Health Experience Foundation’s ongoing drive to create demonstrable improvements in patient experiences of care. It exists to improve quality and s ...
 
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Baptist Management System (BMS) is an improvement system that focuses on creating a holistic management system built on purpose, people, and process. BMS exist within the overall operating system of Baptist Memorial Health Care. BMS promotes and is based on the following 11 Guiding Principles: Respect, Humility, Trust, Empathy, Perfection, Process Focus, Scientific Thinking, Quality at the Source, Flow and Pull, Constancy of Purpose, Systemic Thinking. As we embed the 11 Guiding Principles i ...
 
Springline Radio Players is part of one of Oxfordshire most exciting and innovative amateur dramatic groups, Springline Productions - www.springlineproductions.com, which was formed in 2007. With numerous pantomimes, variety shows and village events under our belt, it was inevitable that we would turn their hand to "Steam Radio" and with SoundCloud, YouTube and iTunes we are able to present to a wider public base. The idea of the Radio Players started several years ago but with the improveme ...
 
Your Home Improvement Podcast! Two National Experts Eric G and Caroline B help homeowners and contractors tackle those projects around the house! This is not your typical handyman show as we take a deeper dive into everything inside and outside your home. We talk about everything from your latest DIY project to a Healthy Home and what you need to think about before you jump in. Plus we interview the leading experts, your favorite home improvement stars, and creators of exciting new products. ...
 
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Its been all over the interweb! A contractor in Colorado said he wasnt getting paid so he went and "repossesed" the bathroom. That is what the media is saying but it is the truth? Not really. We sure would have have paid him! We dive into the details and we hope to get the homeowner on the show real soon. Bad contractors are a huge problem and lets…
 
This is just not another healthy home conversation. We take a dive with Andrew Guido, a building biologist. Andrew has a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree from the Schulich School of Business from York University in Toronto, Ontario and is a Certified Building Biologist from the Building Biology Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Whe…
 
When was the last time you tuned up your appliances? Have you checked the water filter on your front load washing machine? When was the last time you adjusted the thermostat on your oven? There are a ton of things that can save you money and are DIY friendly that you can tackle! We will discuss pre-washing those dishes and if that is actually makin…
 
As President of Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute, Dr. Rose has been a champion of quality improvement initiatives to enhance patient outcomes. He has published extensively about the intersection of quality improvement and his specialty of echocardiography, as well as about the evolution of healthcare reform. Link to claim CME credit: https://www.s…
 
Today’s Healthcare Experience Matters discussion centers around uncovering blind spots in the patient, employee, and physician experience. We are joined by Brooke Billingsley for this memorable episode of our weekly podcast. In her role as V.P. of Service Excellence with the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF), she has guided many organizations …
 
In this weeks mid-week special we tackle those ideas for storing the kids stuff. You know that pile when they get home from school by the front door? Yeah that one! Then we dive into garbage disposals and the mistakes people make using them. Are you tired of that uncle or mother in law coming over and plugging yours up? Here are the secrets to keep…
 
A number of years ago What Tools Inside took over the Tools and Home Improvement space with their contests giving away now over a millions dollars of tools and workwear in their weekly contests. We have them in the studio to talk about what they are up to as well as our giveaway with Iron Age Boots. For more information on What Tools Inside: https:…
 
There is a huge trend with the housing shortage and buyers not having inspections. Lets talk about the things you should be looking for when purchasing that home. Have you went back and taken a look at your old inspection to see if you got it all done? There are a lot of things to consider when purchasing a home and we will be giving you some secre…
 
Arnout has been working with lean management since 1995, the last 15 years as a trainer, coach and consultant in healthcare. He is the owner of The Lean Mentor. He helps people who want to (learn to) improve healthcare. Arnout focuses on teaching lean leadership, as author, speaker and mentor, bringing top performance and high levels of productivit…
 
Today’s episode of the Healthcare Experience Matters Podcast is about the importance of senior leader rounding on physicians and providers. Our guest is Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) co-founder and president, Katie Owens. HXF is teaming with PRC to bring you this week’s episode. When senior leader rounding on physicians is done the right w…
 
These mid week special shows always fly a little fast and loose comapred to the radio show and this one does not dissapoint! We talk Demo Day and Eric G's favorite tools for Demo Day and how it can go wrong if you dont plan ahead plus Eric Goranson and Caroline Blazovsky talk about cover bands and Guns and Roses. This is one of those episodes that …
 
Happy Labor Day Weekend! We took the weekend off for some good old fashoned fun and brought back a classic episode from earlier this year. We will be back next week with a new episode and a new giveaway! We travel to Clyde Lewis's Studio in Portland to ask some of those questions people have been asking us for years. Questions like "I think my hous…
 
We start out catching up with a new first segment of the show and rewind into some previous favorite tips of the last few months with Eric Goranson and Caroline Blazovsky. If you are a regular listener the first segment is brand new and the last three are repeat segments. We will be back with a brand new show next week with a new giveaway! Stay tun…
 
Dr. Brian Schmidt is the track doctor at Sonoma Raceway, and the Trauma Director at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, the largest non-university trauma center in California. Dr. Schmidt has 40 years of experience in the field of medicine, and was mentored by legendary surgeon Bill Blaisdell. Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXC…
 
Did you know mindfulness has the potential to prevent compassion fatigue and burnout? Our guest on today’s podcast episode of Healthcare Experience Matters is Kathleen Lynam. Kathleen discusses mindfulness with us and the ongoing, positive impact it can have on the patient experience. Kathleen is an Executive Coach and Senior Advisor with the Healt…
 
The Western US is needing rain and the East Coast needs to send that rain West. Having that sump pump working correctly is a huge park of keeping it working and water out of your basement and crawlspace. With the potential flooding in some areas it is something you should keep an eye on! Plus Caroline ends up chasing a spider in her office. Welcome…
 
We dive into lawnmowers, string trimmers, chain saws and generators and we discuss the common issues owners create when using these machines. How are you supposed to store them? Lets see what Steve has to say about the care and use of all your small engines Around the House. For more information check out Steve on his website: https://www.stevessma…
 
We are slowly creeping into fall and bats might be making home inside your home. They are at Caroline Blazovsky's house and then we discuss how the wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets are out in full angry force this time of year and how to deal with them correctly and safely. Have you been using a portable or window air conditioner in your home? We…
 
Musculoskeletal pain and injury is the top cause of global disability, affecting 54% of the U.S. population and is one of the most expensive sectors in healthcare. Care today is difficult to navigate, unnecessarily high-cost, and objectively not evidence-based. Vori Health was established to combat these inequities by delivering a truly elevated, h…
 
Katie Owens, Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) co-founder and president joins the Healthcare Experience Matters podcast for an energetic discussion about physician loyalty this week. As we discussed with Katie, there are many ways we can measure, track and influence physician loyalty sentiments in our organizations and institutions. Today’s po…
 
We start out talking about the latest in material shortages and with lumber headed to historical lows from the historical highs we are done talking about expensive lumber for a while. We then dive into some funny stuff from last weeks show that didnt make it when we were having technical difficulties and then we dove into Meth Labs and Astronomy. W…
 
Having something to take the moisture, smells, and everything else bad in the air in your bathroom is importnat. That can prevent so many bad things from happening. We have Russell Pope with Panasonic in the studio to talk ventilation and we discuss many of the issues that homeowners and contractors run into with bathroom ventilation. Do you hate t…
 
Fall is going to be right around the corner! What exterior projects can you get tackled as kids start looking to get back to school and the fall weather is right around the corner. We only have so many weekends left before that sneaks up on us! What projects are Caroline Blazovsky and Eric Goranson working on? Find out by tuning into this funny and…
 
Tom is a Arbinger Institue Senior Consultant and Director. Tom works with leaders to help their organizations break free of persistent problems that affect both culture and the bottom line. What looks like problems around employee accountability, engagement, collaboration, or myriad other organizational challenges are often simply symptoms of deepe…
 
We are pleased to invite Dr. George Mayzell back to Healthcare Experience Matters today. Dr. Mayzell provides information on how organizations can decrease physician and healthcare worker burnout in this newest edition of our weekly podcast dedicated to transforming the healthcare experience. Dr. Mayzell is a board-certified internist, geriatrician…
 
It is so refreshing to see lumber prices right where they used to be. That now will create other supply chain issues. What are the issues this week? We will discuss this and our after the show conversation about tile showers with WIlliam White from Ardex. There is a sneak peek at a new shower system here you wont want to miss! To enter this weeks c…
 
5S is a workplace organization method that uses a list of five Japanese words: seiri (整理), seiton (整頓), seisō (清掃), seiketsu (清潔), and shitsuke (躾). These have been translated as "sort", "set in order", "shine", "standardize", and "sustain" respectively. The list explains how to organise a workplace for efficiency and effectiveness by finding and s…
 
When you are installing tile, the technology behind the materials have sure changed in the last few years. If you have been dropping into the home center and using the same old products your dad was using then you might be well behind in what is new. There are a ton of new products that work better and are much easier to use that can be the differe…
 
Drywall repair can be a tedious task. Eric G has some tricks for you that might save a few steps and that can save you a few days of dry time. Those secrets can make you have a better-looking repair and a faster project. We will also talk about the process of drywall and some of the products used so you can hit the store and get the right stuff on …
 
Katie has spent 20 years of experience in supporting change and improvement in organizations across a range of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, academia, biotech, government, start-ups, and business. Her professional focus since 2006 has been on leading transformational change in healthcare organizations and other industries. Prior …
 
Kathleen Lynam, an Executive Coach and Senior Advisor with the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) joins our podcast to discuss empathy, communication, mindfulness, and many other important topics that impact the patient experience. Before joining HXF, Kathleen Lynam served for 18 years as a register nurse with The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, …
 
It is SOOO Nice to see lumber prices back in a normal swing of things! That is great news! We talk about that plus what is going on with the NEXTDOOR App? There are some crazy people on there and we will talk about that plus so much more on this weeks Mid-Week Special! Thanks for listening to Around the house if you want to hear more please subscri…
 
Eric Goranson and Caroline Blazovsky tackle home energy with Cory Fox from Ecobee. Just adding a smart thermostat can save you big money on your heating and cooling bills each year. Plus it can add indoor comfort and better air quality when it is used correctly. Plus listen to win an Ecobee SmartThermostat with voice control! Click HERE to enter to…
 
Who doesn't want a healthier home right? There are small steps you can take that really help reduce the chance of getting sick, catching that flu or cold, or even just make your home more comfortable. Most of that bad stuff in your home you might be the one that is even bringing it in without even knowing it. Take a listen to these easy DIY tips to…
 
Dr. Erickson is a physician executive with 20 years of experience in Lean Health Care transformation, hospital administration and clinical operations, and graduate medical education. She is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with deep knowledge in organizational transformation and change leadership, process & design and improvement, healthcare qual…
 
Dr. George Mayzell joins us this week for a new episode of Healthcare Experience Matters. Dr. Mayzell is an acclaimed speaker, writer, and coach on the vitally import topic of resilience and burnout in medicine. He is a longtime contributor to Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) webinars and events and serves as a physician coach and speaker wit…
 
WOW! Lumber is finally getting back to normal in the lumberyards and home centers. Many can now start to tackle a project. We talk about that plus what is going on right now in the lives of Eric G and Caroline B plus a discussion on our giveaway that is coming up. All this and MORE on this weeks mid week special. Thanks for listening to Around the …
 
How can you keep that DIY project on budget? As a homeowner one of the hardest part of remodeling is managing the costs and not estimating the amount of work that needs to be done. We dive into this and give you the tricks that contractors use to estimate projects so you can have a more complete idea of the project and what it will cost? We will al…
 
How do you fix up that kitchen without taking on a remodel? Kitchen remodels are expensive. A basic one if you are paying a contractor typically costs over $70,000. We dive into some smaller DIY projects that can make it look so much better without spending the big dollars with a little hard work. How easy it is to paint a kitchen? What are the ste…
 
Box and Cox is a one act farce by John Maddison Morton and is based on a French one-act vaudeville, Frisette, which had been produced in Paris in 1846. The original play was used by Sir Arthur Sullivan for his comic opera, which he renamed "Cox and Box. Box and Cox was first produced at the Lyceum Theatre, London, on 1 November 1847, billed as a "r…
 
Total productive maintenance (TPM) is a system of maintaining and improving the effectiveness of production through assets, employees, and processes that maximize equipment availability. To join our telegram group : https://t.me/joinchat/GvTcUWMLnRsVVRrL For more information on Quality Excellence tools and techniques, please connect to our website.…
 
Kimberly Young has served in a financial role for Baptist for more than 25 years. Outside of work, Kimberly has served on boards of the LG&W Federal Credit Union and the Red Cross. She also is an avid runner and CrossFit participant, and she routinely participates in marathons, raising money for nonprofit organizations. Kimberly earned a Bachelor o…
 
The latest episode of Healthcare Experience Matters, the official podcast of the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) is a chat with Katie Owens (HXF co-founder and president) about the Conversation Curve™. Simply put, the Conversation Curve™ is a conflict resolution model with a powerful purpose: it can guide a difficult conversation to a positi…
 
Lumber prices have been all over the board this week but hopefully Eric G can add some clarity of when and where those prices will be coming down. What products are in short supply this week? Tune in to find out and then Caroline joins in the studio to talk about our new giveaway and some fun banter between the two of them. Thanks for listening to …
 
A quality circle is a group of employees who regularly meet to determine how to resolve problems. It aims to improve how part of the company operates, such as the production / process / maintenance. Members are employees who do similar or the same work. They meet periodically to identify, examine, analyze, and solve problems in the company or workp…
 
Have you ever wondered who lived in your house? When was it actually built? Did anyone famous live there? We talk with our friends Chris and Linda from History Attic Research. Does that name sound familliar? You might have seen them on the most recent DIY Network show Stone House Revival or with Kevin O'Connor from This Old House. We discuss some o…
 
What happens when Caroline Blavosky, America's Healthy Home Expert has her basement in her office flood? She takes on a DIY clean up project. Lets talk about what happens when you get a flooded basement and how to fix it. Then we will jump into the many causes of a flooded basement and your best move in how to prevent it. Then Eric brings up the su…
 
John’s personal path to High Performance began as a child, when he stood alongside his father at an air show featuring the Blue Angels. From that moment, John knew deep in his heart that someday he’d be carving up the skies as a member of the Blues. Eventually, he lived that dream, but getting there wasn’t easy. In fact, John’s journey from an awe-…
 
9 years ago, life changed in a huge way. It was the hardest day of my life and looking back it was one of the best results. So today is always a day of reflection. My question for you is how put together is your plan if something went wrong? Could your spouse, business partner or business manager keep things moving if you were not there one day? Wh…
 
Today we have teamed up with PRC for a brand-new episode of Healthcare Experience Matters. We welcome back Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) co-founder and president, Katie Owens, to discuss physician engagement, communication, and results sharing. As Katie describes on today’s podcast, for many years HXF has embraced the opportunity to suppor…
 
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