As many businesses and organizations reflect on the rapidly changing social and economic context and chart new ways of working, the health care sector has a unique role to play in guiding how we will achieve a healthier and equitable future.
Health care systems must find ways to honor, maintain, and celebrate what makes their community distinct. Leaders will need to embrace the non-financial, intangible value, it creates such as leadership, transparency, intellectual and human capital, and culture. Together these contribute to the organization’s ability to continue delivering value into the future.
Sustainability issues have been identified among the top 10 drivers of intangible value.
Health Care Without Harm and Practice Greenhealth are listening to what health care leaders need as the sector adapts, and are ready to stand with leadership through the transformation.
Below is a summary of what we are hearing. We'd love to hear from you what you think we got right, and what you think we are missing.
Leading is listening.
Health care leaders inspire trust through humility in action and transparency.
Leaders strive for equity.
Health care leaders embrace equity and inclusion as essential to their healing and mission.
Leaders take responsibility.
Health care leaders act to make positive impactful changes for their communities and planet.
Leaders connect people, planet, and prosperity.
Health care leaders apply their personal ethics and lead with social responsibility.