The Risk Authority Stanford Unveils Inside Looking Up, a Key to Driving Healthcare Innovation
PALO ALTO, CA: The Risk Authority Stanford (TRA Stanford), a healthcare risk management consulting firm dedicated to transforming its clients’ risk management practices with cutting-edge solutions, has announced the release of its first book, ‘Inside Looking Up: Inspiring Innovative Escalation in Healthcare Risk & Safety Ecosystems’. Presenting a scholarly, practice-based work for leaders in healthcare, the book helps those who are devoted to reconsideration, reassessment, and enhancement of traditional risk and safety management practices. The publication lays out a discrete strategy to identify innovators, its significance, and comprehending subtle changes that constrain for paradigm shift needed in definite goal achievement.
Inside Looking Up provides insight into how a commitment to innovation through buy-in, collaboration, and dedicated resources, can help managers to build better playing fields that benefit everyone involved. Among other themes, it explores the topics such as how traditional practices can situate a new paradigm in healthcare, why innovation is a process that requires structure and how that structure can affect new ecosystems, how effective collaboration can help a vision take hold, the importance of cross-industry tool integration in design thinking and decision analysis, how to use personal and professional motivation to drive a culture of safety, and how to embrace and sustain lasting change.
Presenting expert insight from lawyers, clinicians, finance strategists, safety engineers, and patient communication specialists, the TRA Stanford team shares its learning about how to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare delivery systems.
“Using the power of metaphor, Inside Looking Up reveals how innovation spurred the evolution of The Risk Authority Stanford as a way to demonstrate how every risk manager can see the situations and tools in their own environments as opportunities to stimulate systemic change. In reality, the book has something for everyone in healthcare. I couldn’t put it down,” said Geri Amori, PhD, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Coverys.
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