Organizational Effectiveness

  Methodist Health System has been named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare for the fourth consecutive year. “Methodist is honored to once again be recognized as one of the best employers in the health care industry,” says Methodist Health System CEO and President Stephen L. Mansfield, PhD, FACHE. “Fostering a healthy work place underscores ...

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Chris Loyd

Valuing employees and recognizing them for a job well done is a core value at Methodist Richardson Medical Center and throughout Methodist Health System. But all recognition is not created equal. Just ask baby boomers about recognition and compare their responses to millennials’. Baby boomers want to be recognized for their knowledge, experience, loyalty, and years of service t ...

By Judy Laister Human Resources Director Methodist Mansfield Medical Center Here’s a fact that has the entire Methodist Health System family beaming. The Advisory Board, a health care think tank whose members represent approximately 94 percent of the U.S. News and World Report’s best hospitals, has recognized Methodist as having one of the nation’s most engaged workforces ...

By Steve Maffei Organizational Effectiveness Director Methodist Health System Employee engagement has become a hot topic in health care. Why are hospitals so focused on this metric and how does it influence quality of care and the patient experience? Methodist Health System identified employee engagement as a touchstone measurement a few years ago. Partnering with the A ...

By Carrie Camin, Assistant Vice President, Wellness Methodist Health System When it comes to keeping fit and staying well, we all know what we need to do. The hard part is knowing how to do it. Moving from, “I can’t” to “I could” to “I can” to “I did” is not an easy journey. My job is to be a wellness champion, to coach and encourage Methodist Health System employees to achie ...

By Jerilyn Pope, LPC, RCC Senior Organizational Effectiveness Strategist Methodist Dallas Medical Center I think Dr. Patch Adams was onto something. In the 1998 film by the same name, Robin Williams portrayed the real-life physician who understood the healing power of laughter, joy, and creativity, and how it can impact what is typically a stress-filled environment. At Met ...