Making his second appearance as a guest on the Healthcare Experience Matters Podcast this week is Jeff Robbins. Jeff joins us for a memorable discussion on what drives his passion for promoting excellent patient experiences.
As you will hear on today’s show, Jeff explains in simple terms how healthcare professionals can engage their patients to drive excellent experiences. We are grateful for Jeff’s candor on today’s emotional podcast interview.
“My Mom had the worst outcome you could have; however, the patient experience itself was fantastic,” Jeff told us.
Midway through today’s episode Jeff shares a personal story about his own mother’s experience in the hospital. This story has helped shape the passion he has for the coaching work he is a part of with the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF).
If you missed the first time Jeff joined us on this program, you can check out “Using Data to Tell a Story and Improve the Patient Experience” from March of 2022.
You can find that interview here: https://healthcareexperience.org/data-storytelling/
Simply put, Jeff is a Coaching Leader with our team at HXF. Today’s discussion covers a lot about what drives his passion for the work that he does to improve the patient experience with HXF and we look forward to more opportunities to interview Jeff.
His desire to provide fantastic patient experiences is undeniable. He breaks down a lot of what makes an excellent patient experience into simple terms for us on this podcast episode.
“Don’t be afraid to keep it simple,” he reminded us.
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About Jeff Robbins
Jeff is perfectly suited to conduct patient experience improvement across the continuum of care by combining measurement with competency development. As a former group practice manager, Jeff knows intricately how to transform culture to deliver a remarkable experience to the patient—and he has demonstrated success.
Jeff builds on 15 years of healthcare experience in group practice, long-term care skilled nursing facilities and residential care facilities. Jeff spent four years managing the practices of a diabetes and endocrinology center, a cardiology clinic and a medical specialty clinic.
Jeff holds a master’s degree in Business Management from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri. He is a Certified Patient Experience Professional and a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator.
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