Best Practices For Reducing Variability Of Care: Factors, Benefits and Methods

HCL319, Duration: 8 Hours


Welcome  to  our  Health  Care  Leadership  Development  Training  &  Certification Continuum.

Best  Practices  For  Reducing  Variability  of  Care:  Factors,  Benefits  and  Methods  is  a  management  course  featured  in  our  Health  Care  Leadership   Series,  that  covers  content  associated  with  individual  self  management,  team  management,  organizational  management and  corporate  management.

Best  Practices  For  Reducing  Variability  of  Care:  Factors,  Benefits  and  Methods   is  a value-based  brand  of  competency-based  training  that  is designed  to transition  and  sharpen  your  T-BACK$™  –Thinking,  Behavior,  Attitude, Communication,  Knowledge  and  $kills  to  achieve  the  following course  objectives.


  • Identify  the  impact  of  variation  as  it  pertains  to  people  who  work  in  various  roles  in  health care.
  • Clarify  how  systems  are  being  developed  to  help  to  understand  and  manage variation.
  • Focus  on  variation  in  processes, and how people tend to respond.
  • Use  tools  to  measure  how  variation  outputs  are  being  displayed,  interpreted  and  analyzed.
  • Manage  variation  systems  and  variation  in  behaviors  with  greater  ease.
  • Communicate  how  people  have  been  introduced  to  variation  and  how  to interpret  it.

Our  one-of-a-kind   health  care  leadership  training  integrates  business  management  learning  with  real  world  health  challenges  that  impact  healthier  outcomes  in  four  areas:  People,  culture,  community  health  and fiscal  performance.


  • CEOs  and  other  C  suite  executives  from   clinics,  health  plans,  hospitals  and  other  health  care  settings.
  • Department  heads  Nurse  and  Physician  managers  and  supervisors.
  • Interdisciplinary  care  team  members  including  behavior  health workers Any  individual  seeking  employment  in  the  health  care  field.
  • Nursing  and  medical  students  who  are  either   in  school,   residency   or  employment.
  • Existing  health  care  professionals  schooled  in  a  volume-based  fee-for-service  model  of  care  who  lack  value-based T-BACK$™.
  • Community  stakeholders.


  • CME,  CNE  and  CE  Approved  Training.
  • Certificate  of  Completion  from The  Institute  of  Value-Based  Health  Care Credentialing  Inc.
  • Credit  Towards  Credentialing  As  A  Certifified  Value-Based   Health   Care Professional.
  • Continental  Breakfast  &  Hot  Lunch.
  • A  10%  Discount  on  Next  Training  Course

PLEASE  NOTE:  For  training  taking  place  at  our  location  –  One  World  Trade  Center,  we  limit  class  size  to  ten  (10)  people  to  optimize  deep  personal  learning.

If  you  or  an  organization  would  like  to  reserve  training  in  groups  of   ten  (10),  we  can  accommodate  your  request.  We  can  customized  the  presentation  specific  to  your  organizational  needs.  We  can  also  conduct  training  at  your  site if  it  is  more  convenient  for  you  or  your  staff,  provided  we  have  a  minimum  of  ten  people  attending.