Collaboration is King

Jack_webby Jack Bebiak, managing partner, Greenspire Leader Center

Thanks to Isaac “Ike” Coe, former CEO of Murray-Calloway County Hospital in Kentucky, the power of utilizing collaborating firms was realized in 2003 via the development and execution of a strategic plan. Mr. Coe leveraged the depth of four specialty firms to challenge one another, in the best interest of the hospital, to produce actionable goals, owned by all stakeholder groups, in governance, physicians, employees, service lines, and area providers.

Today’s healthcare leaders face a unique set of challenges—challenges that didn’t exist just a few years ago. With patient care consistently on the rise and the uncertainty of an ever-changing landscape for reimbursement, the need for healthcare leaders to have a network of experts at their disposal has never been greater.

Greenspire was formed in response to healthcare leaders in governance, management and care delivery roles who are passionate about their work and want proven and responsive support to be successful within the complexities of healthcare. Specifically, healthcare leaders want to access best of practice services on an as needed basis from pre-credentialed firms, with a record of collaborating effectively with others and modifying their approaches in optimizing success unique to the individual, team or organization.

Look around at organizations that are high performing, adaptive, and focusing on core competencies, and you will find success within complex, integrated, demanding industries. They are actively collaborating with a wide range of organization to provide complimentary skills, services, and resources.

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to organizational challenges in today’s healthcare environment. Greenspire facilitates communication, innovation, and accountability between work team of experts tailored to the specific needs of an organization.

The future of healthcare is the nation’s centerpiece for exciting and innovative transformational change in improving the health of the population—creating the most prolific set of professional leaders across all industries.