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Service Line Excellence

HealthLinx partners with hospitals to improve and sustain results in key service lines. Regardless of your current performance metrics, we can help you establish a baseline for performance, measure against high-performance benchmarks, and achieve and sustain higher performance by meeting or exceeding those benchmarks.

Nursing Excellence

Nearly 25% of all currently designated Magnet® hospitals partnered with HealthLinx to successfully achieve designation.

We guide hospitals on both the Pathway to Excellence® and the Magnet Journey®, but in order to have Nursing Excellence, you need both a Culture of Excellence and Leadership Excellence.


Our Blog

Critical Issues Facing Hospital CEOs
Archie Drake
The recent article in Becker’s Hospital Review by Megan Knowles, ACHE: 10 most concerning issues for hospital CEOs, presents a complete list of things that keep Administrators up at night.  The top three concerns, which are of no surprise, are financial challenges, compliance with governmental mandates and personnel shortages. This list of concerns resonates with me, as these were my experie
Strategic Planning Webinar - Q&A Follow Up
Kristin Whitehead
During our recent Executive Organizational Excellence webinar, 'Strategic Planning: Execution from the Boardroom to the Bedside,' we opened the session to our audience for questions. We selected a couple of those questions to address in more detail, which is listed below. How many objectives should a strategic plan have? A Becker’s Hospital Review (2012) survey with over 150 hospital
Strategic Planning: Execution from the Boardroom to the Bedside
Kristin Whitehead
Strategic Planning is a critical but often under-executed healthcare business process. With the ever-changing healthcare environment, developing a strategic plan conducive to organizational agility is paramount. This session focuses on development of specific objectives that provide a roadmap to success. Tactics are described to align the organizational level strategic plan with the nursing str
Addressing Top CNO Concerns for 2018
Kristin Whitehead
The recent article in FierceHealthcare by Ilene MacDonald, Top 10 Concerns for Chief Nursing Officers, highlights the real struggles facing CNOs today.  Some of the top issues identified, and they are no surprise, are: Staff engagement, Recruitment/retention (local competition, allure of outpatient setting, and inexperienced nurses in the pipeline), leader turnover (C-Suite and nursing),

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