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Indiana University Health Port Chester, NY

This position is responsible for the timely delivery of laboratory specimens and other items to and from the Hospital. The incumbent is required to… Glassdoor

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Indiana University Health United States

Must be able to read, write and understand simple instructions. Must be able to perform simple manual tasks as… Glassdoor

10 days ago

CAH-Certified Nurse Midwife

Indiana University Health Owaneco, IL

This position exists to promote excellence in clinical practice in antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum and well woman care; and in education… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Interventional Radiology Technician

Indiana University Health Saint Paul, MN

• Requires ability to understand and adhere to exam protocols and guidelines. • Requires ability to operate… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

RN-Business Solutions Flat Rate

Indiana University Health Mc Minnville, TN +4 locations

• Require knowledge of procedures for performing the special functions and familiarity with designated pieces of equipment and supplies… Glassdoor

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Developer-Senior RCIS

Indiana University Health Saint Paul, MN

• Requires knowledge in database applications, report writing, screen modifications, scripting and data structures. • Requires system experience… Glassdoor

19 hrs ago

Physician Assistant (Southern Indiana Physicians) – new

Indiana University Health Lebanon, TN

Work with physicians to provide professional and administrative services including, but not limited to comprehensive medical care of patients by… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Registration-Med Chart Specist-CICC

Indiana University Health Bomoseen, VT

This position exists to facilitate patient flow from point of entry to destination in a timely, accurate, courteous and professional manner. The… Glassdoor

30 days ago


Indiana University Health United States

• Provides secretarial/receptionist/registrar support, basic nursing care and assists with the activities of daily living for patients on the unit of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

IU Health Physicians - Gynecology/Oncology Division Director

Indiana University Health Indianapolis, IN

Indiana University Health Physicians has an employment opportunity for a Division Director for the Gynecology/Oncology Department located in… Glassdoor

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Indiana University Health President & CEO Daniel F. Evans, Jr.
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    I worked at Indiana University Health full-time (more than 8 years)


    I have the greatest respect for the clinicians at IUH who believe that competent, compassionate patient care is their purpose. In IS I got experience that would have been unobtainable in any other Central Indiana hospital. I worked with some smart, experienced, and kind colleagues.


    Enterprise leadership that is detached from realities other than the bottom line. That is *the* con from which all others emanate. Failure of leadership has created a domino effect of issues. No career path for IS analysts, project managers, managers, etc. Poor merit raises compared to compensation of leadership. Inexplicably top-heavy with C-level executives, and adding more, while vital employees below that level are cut.

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    The Situation: Reduction in workforce in the IS department considered salary costs, but not value to the enterprise. Instead of the promised cuts in leadership and low performers, they RIFed in the middle of the IS organization and an illogical number of high performing, experienced, subject matter experts were shoved out the door. Morale is low and the remaining talent is bleeding out of the IS department of its own accord. My Advice: Live the mission statement of the enterprise, if you care to look at it. Don't live the money. The money is extremely important, but if you live the mission you will find better ways to deal with the money. Remember that the only purpose is the patient. Get out and really look at the clinical environment and processes. Require all IS people to get out their isolated and insulated space and "round" regularly in hospitals. Engage clinical staff to find out what gives them pain. Hire the best people for IS, compensate them accordingly, support them, stay out of their way while they use the talent you wanted when you hired, then keep those people. Apply the Studer principle you paid for but consciously ignored: support and compensate your top performers, foster and raise your mid performers to as close to the top as they can get, and get rid of the low performers. As for the latter, in IUH IS the bottom 20% could go out the door and, after some adjustment, productivity and quality would increase.

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