How things are now is a result of how we currently do the work.
(... the punch line delivered after the clarification of my phrases ...)
By “how things are now”, what I mean are implicit and explicit performance measures like:
And when I say “how we currently do the work”, what I mean are things like:
So ... if we want to transform healthcare, we have to transform work. And specifically: how we organize, manage, and perform the work of healthcare delivery.
This includes how we care, how we deliver care, and how we support the delivery of care.
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