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Whatever your role within the organization, be open to change, because it’s time. By taking a fresh look at your organization, you can effectively manage transition and foster true innovation in healthcare.

By Josh Mathis, Director at Propeller

APRIL 1, 2017 – Two doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) in London were watching television during a break when they saw Formula One racing crews change a tire in a matter of moments.  The hospital had been struggling with high mortality rates during surgical handovers, and it occurred to the two physicians that there had to be something they could learn from the pit crew’s seamless interactions. What was their method? How were they able to work so quickly and collaboratively? More importantly, how could the doctors institute similar concepts into their handovers from surgery to intensive care?

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