Insights from Grady Health: The Future of Service Recovery & Staff Experiences

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Leaders from Grady Health share best practices for developing, conducting, and refining meaningful rounds to drive service recovery, standardize high-quality care experiences, and make lasting cultural changes amongst their team members so they can enhance the quality and safety of care delivery.

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  • Michele Pirkle – Vice President, Patient Experience

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Michele Pirkle MBA, CPXP

Executive Director, Patient and Family Experience @Grady Health

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About the Webinar Host

Michele Pirkle is the Executive Director, Patient and Family Experience at Grady Health System in Atlanta, Georgia. Grady is the premier trauma, stroke, and burn center in the state of Georgia. As a healthcare leader for over 20 years, Michele’s passion is improving the patient experience and she has had tremendous success in moving hospital experience scores from the bottom quartiles to the very top. She is an energetic change agent committed to successful, sustainable cultural change. Michele has Bachelors of Science degrees in Education and Psychology from Georgia Southwestern State University and a MBA from Norwich University in Vermont. She also has several certifications: Certified Patient Experience Professional, Franklin Covey trainer & a Lean Six Sigma Practitioner.

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ANCC® Magnet Certification and Re-certification

ANCC® Magnet Certification and Re-certification

ANCC® Magnet Certification and Re-certification

Quality Reviews, working collaboratively with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), created a crosswalk of Quality Reviews’ questions to the nine patient satisfaction categories (see below) delineated in 2014 and 2019 Magnet® Application Manuals. This crosswalk was approved by ANCC in November 2017.

    • Patient engagement / patient-centered care
    • Care coordination
    • Safety
    • Service recovery (may be ambulatory)
    • Courtesy and respect
    • Responsiveness
    • Patient education
    • Pain
    • Careful Listening