Coaching in Healthcare
Darelyn “DJ” Mitsch, Mark Greenawald and Cindi Ackrill
American surgeon, writer, and public health researcher Atul Gawande writes in The New Yorker, “Providing healthcare is like building a house. The task requires experts, expensive equipment and materials, and a huge amount of coordination.” The complexity and chaos of providing healthcare can be likened to building a very large house. Today, we’re at a crossroads in healthcare, navigating enormous waves of change, creating tensions within us and between us all. Yet, the far edge of complexity is often where there is the greatest potential for creativity and growth. Chaos may seem like a void, but it can be a field of discovery where we ultimately deconstruct and re-create.