With the healthcare industry under increasing scrutiny, hospitals and other healthcare providers must seek out ways of building trust, both within their organization and throughout the community. David Shore’s The Trust Prescription for Healthcare shows providers and organizations how to build their capacity for trust and trustworthiness and how to turn that capacity into a trusted reputation and brand.
The data is compelling: having both the trust of the community and a reputation as a trusted provider are at once good medicine, good business, and great leadership. Providers and organizations who make the investment in trust will find that they become more effective and efficient, both clinically and administratively.
This book guides readers in building a “trust capacity” with questions, ideas, and examples. It also spells out the return on investment that organizations can expect from building the trust brand. This book provides readers with tools, strategies, and techniques they can put to use in rebuilding their department, service, or organization into a trustworthy one.