IN 1931, Walter Shewhart published his landmark book Economic Control of Quality of Manufactured Product. He asserted that his theory and methods were an innovation to the science of management and wrote: “We are sold on the idea of applying scientific principles. However, a change is coming about in the principles themselves, and this change gives us a new concept of control.”
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Health Leads is proud of our continuous efforts to support the needs and well-being of staff. “Our people are encouraged to take care of themselves and, in turn, we take care of our people,” says Health Leads Principal of People and Culture Elaine Mak Gold.
Health Leads CMO Damon Francis sits down to discuss the barriers, key stakeholders, interventions that would make a difference, and the progress we’ve made to integrate essential needs with healthcare thus far.
Through the Family Resource Connection program, Dayton Children’s Hospital Center for Child Health and Wellness is addressing the unmet essential needs of the 280,000 patients it serves each year.
Study Of Boston Families In Poverty Finds ‘Energy Insecurity’ Can Also Bring Health Woes–From Asthma To Anxiety
“What we’re seeing today is a groundswell of interest from health systems and policymakers who are increasingly realizing the value of addressing these needs as a standard part of quality medical care."
In this randomized clinical trial, the provision of in-person resource navigation services significantly decreased families’ reports of social needs and significantly improved children’s overall health status compared with an active control condition.