In this MVI "classic" audio message, Andrew Reed discusses the two most destructive situations a Hospice can face: running out of cash and the insecure leader.
What is at the root of these situations and how can they be avoided?
About Andrew Reed, CPA/System Analyst
Andrew is the President and CEO of Multi-View Incorporated (MVI), one of the most influential companies in the United States regarding the business operations of Hospice. MVI is perhaps best known for “the Model” - a modern approach to Hospice management which creates a high-quality, predictable experience that is financially balanced. The Model helps Hospices bring meticulous intention to virtually every aspect of the care experience including phone interactions, visit structures as well as indirect areas that support the frontlines of care. The innovations have helped to create some of the most successful Hospice platforms in the history of the movement resulting in the highest valuations, quality scores and phenomenal economic performance. Andrew and MVI have worked with over 850 hospices over the past 20+ years.
Andrew formed Multi-View Incorporated (MVI) in 1996 to provide assistance to Hospices specifically in the business area. Since then, MVI has multiplied into several different companies including MVI, MVI Systems, MVI Benchmarking and MVI Media.
This episode is an excerpt from an interview with Dr. Charles Tart when he was working with Elizabeth Kubler Ross and Monroe Products on the Going Home series. This Message will provide great hope for patients and caregivers that fear physical death.
When it comes to running a successful Hospice (or any other organization for that matter) People Development is the center of the universe! Everything that happens at a Hospice is because of its people. Therefore, People Development merits tremendous consideration in our view. This message addresses some of the essential questions and is loaded with ideas to get energy and juice into the learning experience. The hospice of the future will view itself not as a "provider of care"; but rather as a teaching organization.