Is your team struggling?
Is Recruiting Staff Getting Harder?
Do Nurses Hide Beds?
Are Problems Blamed On Poor Communication?
Do You Wish Patient Safety was NOT your top concern?
Is it all going to be fixed in the next upgrade?
Is Staff Retention An Issue?
Do The Acronyms like JACHO or MIPS Make Your Head Hurt?
Are There Constant Battles Over Resources?
Learn to Tame Chaos Quickly
Let Us Help You Do The Same
Imagine how much better your live will be.
The tasks that burn people out are usually time wasters. The easiest way to pick up the pace is to avoid them.
Calm work environments are safe work environments. Chaotic work environments are not safe.
The Preferred Hospital
A hospital where nurses prefer to work, doctors refer their patients and the community loves. C-suites prefer growing market share and new cost efficiencies too!
"What happened here in 6 weeks was a miracle for our patients"
Dr. Cochran, Chief Medical Officer
Achieve the Unexpected
"Every week almost 2000 doses were missing from the med rooms. That number dropped to 435 in 4 weeks!"
"Lab turnaround dropped by 75% for routine testing... and the ED visit volume climbed by 15%"
"65% improvement in on-time starts because we aren't running around trying to get h&p and consents done at 06:30!"
Better assignments > Fewer complaints > Better care > More patients
"A 70% reduction in wasted meds was made possible by building reliability and trust between the pharamacy and the units"
"We didn't need an eICU and we didn't need an ED expansion. We made our process more reliable and spent our $10,000,000 elsewhere."
3 Steps to AWESOME
You know your hospital’s challenges and successes better than anyone. We invest the time to get to know you better and introduce you to the Amplefi Hospital Framework. Together we create a unique plan for your hospital. It will be personalized, and simple to implement.
From experience, we know nothing gets the team engaged like a win. You probably know that too, that's why the first step in your plan will be to get a visible, impactful victory for the team, within a few days.
Nobody thrives on chaos. Our framework is so powerful because people want to learn it, they want to use it. Once you have the basics understood it becomes your framework. Easily spread to whomever wants to avoid burnout.
"Two weeks into it and we were making a difference..."
Dr. Friesen, Division Director
What Makes us so different
Let's Get Started
How much is chaos costing you? How big is the productivity hit you take from staff burnout? How much money is lost due to unfilled positions and more money spent on recruiters looking to fill them? How much does your hospital spend on marketing and billboards only to have your reputation damaged on social media? How many patients are sent to competitors by physicians fed up at your hospital? How often do you leave the hospital wondering if it is really worth it?
Chaos may already be costing you a great deal.
"I love it. Thanks for reminding me why I became a nurse!"
Stephanie M, Department Director SDS/PACU
No more burnout!
We give you and your staff the knowledge and power to begin this change immediately - by yourselves. No army of consultants, no long term cumbersome projects, no disappointing millions of dollars in software.
Get your DAY WON field guide today!
Originally developed for our workshops, John moves from the conference room to the nursing unit by answering the first question all attendees ask: What do they do on Monday?
The Day Won Field Guide is intensely pragmatic. It shows how to build a culture of action where chaos is tamed and problems are prevented. The steps are illustrated with real life examples of how the framework has been used with great success in the past. The stories here show how the nursing venues (ED, OR/PACU, Critical Care, Med/Surg, etc.) the clinics and ancillary services (diagnostic, therapeutic, and custodial) can work together while staying patient centered.
Take this field guide as a my gift and in return please allow me to visit soon to understand how it impacts your life and the performance of the hospital