Week in Review: Week of May 27, 2019
Over the past few days at Headlines, readers got a closer look at the power of employees working together.
The week started with a rundown of the newly-created Diabetes Care Model, which brings a multidisciplinary team together to enhance patient care. Faculty and staff also learned how a heart patient benefited from the work of an entire team — from “the surgeons to the cardiologists, electrophysiologists, nurses and medical assistants” — and the newsletter recapped the recent Leadership Summit for Women, which allowed more than 400 professionals to learn from one another and gain skills that will help them advance in their career.
Here’s the latest!
Better Together: Diabetes Care Model
A new care plan, currently in place at two ambulatory clinics around the region, is already paying dividends for diabetic patients. That’s because nurses, pharmacists, dietitians and other clinicians are coming together to ensure that they are developing care plans that will best help a patient find success. Click here to learn more about the Diabetes Care Model.
‘A Heartbeat of Grace’: Patient recounts journey at Michigan Medicine
Over the past few years, Kristin Sterk has been in and out of the hospital with advanced heart failure. While she has been admitted to a few other hospitals, it is the care at Michigan Medicine that has stood out to her the most. Be sure to read Kristin’s story, and find out why she is so thankful for the care she has received — and will continue to receive — within the organization.
Women inspired to be bold, brave at annual leadership summit
A few weeks ago, hundreds of professionals came together for the fifth annual Leadership Summit for Women in Academic Medicine and Healthcare. During the daylong event, they were motivated by keynote speakers, learned career tips from one another and networked with their peers. Check out a full recap of the event and listen to the latest episode of The Wrap above to learn more about why it was so valuable!