Workforce Workout - Keynote at Nat'l AHEC 2010

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Workforce Workout - Keynote at Nat'l AHEC 2010

  1. 1. Workforce Workout:a fitness plan for healthcare in America Keynote Address: National AHEC Organization June, 2010
  2. 2. Workforce Workout:a fitness plan for healthcare in America Keynote Address: National AHEC Organization June, 2010 Angela Broderick Bedell, MA, CAE
  3. 3. Why a workout?
  4. 4. 30,000 hours
  5. 5. Components of a fitness plan  Strength  Endurance  Flexibility  Core
  6. 6. The reality factors of success The “exercises”
  7. 7. Strength
  8. 8. Strength
  9. 9. Strength in numbers
  10. 10. What are the numbers ...really?
  11. 11. Bob Phillips, MD Director, Robert Graham CenterPolicy Studies in Family Medicine & Primary Care American Academy of Family Physicians
  12. 12. Endurance
  13. 13. Sufficient FP Workforce: Sufficient Continued Appropriate Recruitment Retention TrainingA practical approach to workforce: The Three-Legged Stool Slide credit: Ashley Devilbis Bieck, MPA & Amy McGaha, MD
  14. 14. “As a nation, we simply need to do a better job at promoting careers in healthcare for our rural youth.” Alan Morgan CEO, NRHA
  15. 15. “Flush, Kansas is nevergoing to be an attractivedestination to a kid from New York City.”
  16. 16. Flush, KS “Flush, Kansas is never going to be an attractive destination to a kid from New York City.”
  17. 17. High test scores now indicate… …high test scores later.
  18. 18. Pipeline activities STFM.org
  19. 19. STFM pipeline posters
  20. 20. Flexibility
  21. 21. Not all communities are the same, approaches must be flexible
  22. 22. “I have seen many elegantly designed "urban" interventions fail miserably, in part, because the investigators did not really understand the local culture of the indigenous people.” Chris Gibbons associate director of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute
  23. 23. Who does know the needs of a community?Who does know what healthcare workforce is necessary?
  24. 24. Core Strength Healthcare providers are the core of healthcare
  25. 25. How do we strengthen this “core?”
  26. 26. Kevin Grumbach, UCSF analogy
  27. 27. Kevin Grumbach, UCSF analogy Michael Pollan: “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.”
  28. 28. “Get medical care, not too much,mostly primary care.” Kevin Grumbach, MD Image credit: Jennifer Sauer
  29. 29. ExercisesWhat, specifically, do we need to do?
  30. 30. Personal brandingfor personal providers
  31. 31. Better packaging of the opportunity Purpose, rewards  Daniel Pink “Calling”  Stefan Sagmeister
  32. 32. Packaging of the opportunity New generation = new options
  33. 33. Packaging of the opportunity New generation – new options
  34. 34. Understanding pay & debt
  35. 35.  More flexibility in work options “Goodbye to the office” Support for supporters
  36. 36. Reality Factors(just like working out!)
  37. 37. To make it a reality: aggressive plan Dec 2005 Oct 2006
  38. 38. To make it a reality: a good coach
  39. 39. To make it a reality: motivation
  40. 40. To make it a reality: motivation
  41. 41. To make it a reality: motivation
  42. 42. Reality:it’ll be more expensive than you think
  43. 43. Reality: greatest need is leadership
  44. 44.  Leadership Motivators Know and care – community
  45. 45. Thank you NAO and AHECs – for shaping up our healthcare workforce and healthcare in our communities.

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