Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): Creating a More Intentional Healthcare System
What if we thought of commodity as a behavioral healthcare system that provides a compassionate and effective experience for the clients it serves, as well as one that is responsible for the commodities that facilitate positive holistic lives of clinicians and staff who provide the care?
We can’t imagine that there would be much disagreement on the benefit of such a system, yet to accomplish such a goal requires an agreement that there are things that we can do that move us towards the goal of creating a smarter, more effective system. What are the relational practices that might move a behavioral system in that direction? How do we identify and practice these qualities together?