MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Creative Health Care Management (CHCM) is honored to announce that their newest book, Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures, has been named the 2018 James A. Hamilton Book of the Year by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE.)
Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures explains and expands a fundamental and often overlooked truth in health care: It is the confluence of relational and technical competence that advances truly healing cultures. “Anyone who leads a health care organization will find tremendous value in the tools and principles in this book. By combining systems thinking with relational knowledge and skills, this book provides health care leaders with an approach to improving all critical aspects of their organizations,” said David Abelson, Editor and retired CEO of Park Nicollet Health Services.
While countless thought leaders have championed the importance of improving relationships, Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures provides a practical how-to for the creation and nurturance of healthy relationships in health care. “When you empower people, giving them the tools to take excellent care of themselves, one another, and the patients and families in their care, organizations thrive,” said Mary Koloroutis, Editor and CEO of Creative Health Care Management.
Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures is available in softcover, eBook versions, and audio versions at chcm.com.
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CHCM has been transforming health care for 40 years. We partner with health care organizations to improve quality, safety, patient experience, staff and physician satisfaction, and financial performance by improving relationships. Learn more at chcm.com.