The Proprietary Model Workshop

The Proprietary Model Workshop is a 2-day transformational program where Andrew guides an individual Hospice or Healthcare system through the design of its proprietary Model. The Model is an approach to operating a Hospice as an integrated, coherent and coordinated “system of care” that creates a high-quality, predictable experience that is financially balanced. Andrew’s role in this unique program is to keep a Hospice’s team FOCUSED, clock management and to introduce insights gained from experience with hundreds of Hospices. Andrew will press to make sure the team walks out with the key Model parameters and Accountability established. This program is a cost-effective way to unify your team and establish long-term organizational structures that have helped Hospices set the benchmarks in quality as well as economic performance. 

NASBA CPE hours: 16

 

This event is scheduled by individual Hospices.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the Model, how it works and WHY we do it.
  • Explain the predominant drivers of human behavior.
  • Develop an integrated, coherent Model with FOCUS on People Development that teaches the Perfect Visits with Perfect Documentation, Perfect Phone Interactions, Financial Balance and creates a Workplace that Attracts/Retains Talent.

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Training Introduction: 
The Proprietary Model Workshop is a 2-day program that guides an individual hospice through the design of its proprietary Model.
Closing: 

For more information regarding administrative policies such as refunds, cancellations and complaints, please contact Multi-View Incorporated Systems at 828-698-5885.

Level: 
Intermdiate
Method: 
Group Live
Prerequisites: 
None
CPE Hours: 
16 CPE Hours
Scheduled Training: 
This workshop is scheduled by Hospices and Homecare organizations individually

TESTIMONIAL

Program: Clinical Leader Program:
“This class has been the best 2 1/2 days I have ever spent in my life to help me with my career and I so thrilled by my CEO had the trust to send me here. I believe I have what is necessary to teach and perform at an exceptional level.”

 

Laurie Miller, Community Hospice