What you take away from a MediCoach Presentation
Just like we want to empower and enable our patients to thrive with their health and wellbeing. MediCoach wants to empower health care teams to learn, grow and develop.
We do this by challenging you to expand your thinking on how you can engage your patients.
Providing "real life" context on how to apply these practically in your medical setting.
Practical, simplistic, powerful conversations are strategically going to ensure you are providing timely collaborations with your patients and ensure that you are asking smart questions; maximising your precious time and patient engagement.
The experiential framework includes, training, mentorship, coaching and guidance with practical support to assist your practice to embed changed work flows and processes. This results in sustained change and improved outcomes.
MediCoach is a training enterprise dedicated to helping health care teams provide better health outcomes (and generate more revenue) through effective care planning. We deliver targeted in-house training that works. We partner closely with teams to help implement innovative and proven frameworks that are team-based and client-centred.
About Kim Poyner
Kim Poyner has an extensive history working with medical centres and Primary Health Networks to train medical professionals in Behaviour change theory and Chronic disease management.
Kim was awarded the 2015 Australian Best Practice Nurse award in Chronic Disease Management and has successfully completed her NBME exams for international endorsement of her coaching qualifications. In addition, she is training Health Professionals across Australia in the Health Care home trial, readiness projects, and Quality Improvement strategies.
She regularly presents at National conferences as a key note speaker on Change Management, Teaming, Coaching, Chronic Disease management, Creating Efficiency in General Practice and Care Co-ordination. Through her business MediCoach Kim mentor’s nurses and organisations to achieve their best, ensuring they are resilient in the changing health landscape.
“85% of organisations fail when undertaking change on their own”
- Brinkerhoff, R. (2001) High impact learning, Perseus Publishing