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Health Care by the Numbers: Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group Caravan Health Vice President of Customer Service, Greg Paris, hosts this episode of ‘Health Care by the Numbers’, and invites Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group, to the conversation. Twice named by Modern Healthcare as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Health Care for his work on institutional health care improvement, Studer’s dynamic style and health care expertise had also led him to be the only health care leader named a Master of Business by Inc. Magazine.

In the past decade we have seen alarming rates of physician burnout – twice that of the general public. Studer published, ‘Healing Physician Burnout: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating’, a book that tackles this very real phenomena that is disrupting health care delivery from the inside out. With the COVID-19 pandemic raging in rural and urban communities, our nation’s health care industry is experiencing an all-time high rate of turnover, including a serious shortage in nursing professionals. The National Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a nursing shortage of more than one million professionals by 2024. Studer is a renowned expert on these topics and has recently released a booklet of resources to help health care professionals practice self-care and enable organizations to build trust and embody success.

In addition, Studer’s most recent books, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How to Lead People and Places that Thrive’ and ‘Building a Vibrant Community: How Citizen-powered Change is Reshaping America’, speaks to his knowledge of how to not only embrace change on an organizational level but to also improve the dynamic and create a foundation for success. Studer can also be heard each week on his podcast, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook’ where he hosts leaders from a variety of industries who discuss our nation’s biggest challenges.

Thank you for tuning into today’s episode as Greg Paris and Quint Studer break down the numbers that are disrupting health care.

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Health Care by the Numbers: Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group Caravan Health Vice President of Customer Service, Greg Paris, hosts this episode of ‘Health Care by the Numbers’, and invites Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group, to the conversation. Twice named by Modern Healthcare as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Health Care for his work on institutional health care improvement, Studer’s dynamic style and health care expertise had also led him to be the only health care leader named a Master of Business by Inc. Magazine.

In the past decade we have seen alarming rates of physician burnout – twice that of the general public. Studer published, ‘Healing Physician Burnout: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating’, a book that tackles this very real phenomena that is disrupting health care delivery from the inside out. With the COVID-19 pandemic raging in rural and urban communities, our nation’s health care industry is experiencing an all-time high rate of turnover, including a serious shortage in nursing professionals. The National Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a nursing shortage of more than one million professionals by 2024. Studer is a renowned expert on these topics and has recently released a booklet of resources to help health care professionals practice self-care and enable organizations to build trust and embody success.

In addition, Studer’s most recent books, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How to Lead People and Places that Thrive’ and ‘Building a Vibrant Community: How Citizen-powered Change is Reshaping America’, speaks to his knowledge of how to not only embrace change on an organizational level but to also improve the dynamic and create a foundation for success. Studer can also be heard each week on his podcast, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook’ where he hosts leaders from a variety of industries who discuss our nation’s biggest challenges.

Thank you for tuning into today’s episode as Greg Paris and Quint Studer break down the numbers that are disrupting health care.

Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Podcast 873: The Calling: Why Healthcare Is So Special with Quint Studer In this podcast with author/speaker and entrepreneur Quint Studer, we discuss his new book "The Calling Why Healthcare Is So Special"  Quint states "That Healthcare is an emotional roller coaster and we can drain our emotional bank accounts. We go up and down because the work that healthcare workers perform has its ups and downs. One minute we can be saving a life, and the next minute we can be telling someone they're losing a loved one."
08/18/21 - Quint Studer Quint and Andrew discusses the plans for Community Maritime Park, future of downtown and Studer Community Institute. Quint does and overview of the proposal of the Convention Center from 2015. He shares the importance of planning and having transparency in the planning. How did the City Council impact the planning process? &#8220;If you want to have a private investment, then you need to have some integrity.&#8221; For thriving processes, we need consistency in the city.
Healthcare Executive Quint Studer teaches how to multiply your team’s creativity Ep. 56: Baseball shaped this great leader who has served as the president of Baptist Hospital and founded his own businesses serving his two passions: healthcare excellence and strong communities. Many have read his books on leadership and business operations. Studer co-owns the Pensacola Blue Wahoos minor league baseball team with golf great Bubba Watson. The little-known team grabbed headlines in 2020 after the COVID pandemic shut down normal operations when they turned the stadium into a giant Airbnb. The creative venture brought in revenue to the team provided a much-needed source of entertainment during the pandemic and earned international publicity. Do you want your internal team to come up with genius ideas? Listen for six practices you can try to help your team hit it out of the park.   YOU WILL LEARN: 3:00   Baseball’s impact on Quint’s life. 13:00  How to bookend feedback with support. 20:00  The six do’s and don’ts for optimizing creativity and problem-solving on your team 29:00  How to turn down somebody’s idea without turning down the person. 32:00  How to replace a culture of “no” with a culture of “yes.” 33:30  When to credit your team with a great idea (even if you had it first). 35:00  Why perfectionism “kills” innovation. 37:00  Bubba Watson’s partnership with Quint and the Blue Wahoo baseball team. For a free gift and to subscribe to the show visit https://donyaeger.com/corporate-competitor-podcast/episode-56/
Episode 3: Real News with Rick Outzen: Quint Studer & Beloit Snappers Rick & Quint talked about the new ball park for his Beloit Snappers, ABC Supply Stadium, in Beloit, Wisc.
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Episode 212 Optimizing Employee Performance with Quint Studer This is our second episode in our series with Quint Studer, author of The Busy Leaders Handbook.

In this episode, Mike and Quint discuss Optimizing Employee Performance. Quint says," the number 1 capital we have in a company is human capital. How you make the company hum is really maximizing the human potential of your workforce."

They talk about why culture is so important. High-Performance Consistency is the key to creating the culture you desire. When you have a great culture, the people have the right behavior, even when the bosses aren't around and no one is watching it shows the values have kicked in.

Quint talks about why investing in training your leaders is so important. You can't have consistency if you don't have training. he quotes his book, Hardwiring Excellence, "You can tell the values of an organization by the amount of money and investment they make in their middle managers."

People need to know what right looks like, they need to know what best practices look like. Taking the time to demonstrate what right looks like that best practice is really the key to keeping consistency.

Mike and Quint also discuss turnover, reactive leadership, and much more. You don't want to miss this episode.

To learn more about Quint visit Quintstuder.com

You can get copies of Hardwiring Excellence and The Busy Leaders Handbook here.



Episode 227 Dealing with Stress and Trauma as a Leader with Quint Studer Quint Studer joins Mike for another great interview on this episode.

What's the difference between stress and trauma?

Quint shares, "in my opinion, I think stress is usually more short-term."

There's also trauma that just continues for so long. It just wears you out. And eventually, you just started what I would call, I can't survive this trauma.

They talk about the psychological trauma that often can't be seen, but it's there. And certainly, we've experienced that over the last 12 months from a social distancing standpoint, and a leadership standpoint.

Mike asked Quint, "what do leaders need to be aware of, when they can't see that trauma in their team, but it's there?"

Quint shares resources to help you identify and manage stress and trauma for yourself and to help others. What you don't want to do is identify a need, and say, but we don't have anything to take care of you.

Resource links:

We've moved from stress to trauma. Here's what that means for you article by Quint Studer

Dealing with Stress and Trauma Toolkit
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