President and CEO of Indiana University Health North Hospital Jonathan Goble will be a featured speaker for the 17th Annual International National Research Corp. Picker Symposium Saturday.
The Symposium will bring internationally-recognized leaders together in Salt Lake City, Utah to learn more about improving healthcare outcomes by sharing the best practices in patient experience and clinical performance.
Goble earned the opportunity to speak at the Symposium because of his dedication to create a positive culture at IU Health North Hospital in Carmel and success in developing a patient-centered environment. In addition, IU Health North Hospital has been recognized for continually performing above state and national averages in patient satisfaction.
Goble’s presentation, “The Business Case for Preeminent Corporate Culture,” will address the development of a positive culture in a corporate setting.
The Symposium is organized by NRC Picker, an organization dedicated to patient-centered care and improving the most important aspects of the patient experience. They take a comprehensive approach to evidenced-based best practice recommendations to help members achieve successful patient-centered care environments.
For more information about NRC Picker, visit www.nrcpicker.com