Can You Really Trust Your Doctors? - Industry Insider Reveals the Hidden Dangers in Health Care
Health care consultant, author, and world-class speaker Wendy Lipton-Dibner, M.A. asserts that one of the key factors that drives up health care costs and sabotages patient care is poor communication and cooperation between doctors, staff, and patients. "I've seen the best and the worst of health care," Lipton-Dibner explains. "Health care reform is an inside job. It just can't succeed until people in the health care field learn how to work effectively together." She points out the growing trend in health care in which people-problems are causing the loss of millions of dollars and countless lives.
Invite Lipton-Dibner to discuss the problems in health care that no one is discussing. She'll tell your audience the top 10 things to look for to determine whether their doctors are doing what's right for them (and what to do when something is missing) and provide industry secrets to questions such as:
CREDENTIALS: Wendy Lipton-Dibner, M.A., president of Professional Impact, Inc., is known internationally for her expertise in helping doctors and their staff members to master the "people factor" of health care so they can provide a higher level of patient care, develop stronger relationships with colleagues, and reduce health care costs. Lipton-Dibner is an industry leader in practice management for health care professionals. She is a world-class speaker and the author of the book M.A.D. LEADERSHIP FOR HEALTHCARE.
AVAILABILITY: Connecticut, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
CONTACT: Wendy Lipton-Dibner, (203) 834-2844 (CT); Wendy@Pro-Impact.com; http://www.Pro-Impact.com
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-- Who's more afraid, you or your doctor? -- How can you get outstanding care in only 6 1/2 minutes? -- How are angry health care workers costing you money? -- When do hospitals put you and your family at risk, and what can you do about it? -- How are patients causing health care costs to increase? -- Why do some doctors want to hang up their stethoscopes and flip hamburgers?
SOURCE Wendy Lipton-Dibner
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