Jan 18

4 Methods of Decision Making - Which is Right for You?

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I recently read the book Crucial Conversations, when I came across a section that hit me as being very applicable to Lucro. It offered a new way of looking at how decisions are made and what factors are important in determining the best method. Let’s review the methods for decision making, their strengths, and how to apply each to make the best decisions for you.

Methods of Decision Making

  • Command

The Command method is when decisions are made without involving others. This can also be called authoritative and is, of course, the fastest option because you aren’t delayed by other people offering their opinions or discussing other solutions.

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Jan 11

The Lucro Brainpower: Our Project Spread for 2017

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Hi, Denise here. My team is responsible for all of our provider and vendor engagement and Lucro project management. We’ve had a heck of a year at Lucro, and there are some incredible projects to highlight and reflect back on the 2017 trends.

If you’ve been following our story, we’ve been live for General Availability since February 2017 after launching at HIMSS. We have bright, innovative, hard working healthcare partners using Lucro today. They’ve helped us to build a product that allows for an end-to-end vendor selection - all from the your own chair online. If you’re like them and need help with a purchasing decision, sign up on our website to manage your own vendor selection in an easy 3-step process. 

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Jan 03

‘Speed Dating’ Vendors at Healthcare Conferences

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Conferences are popular ways to connect your healthcare organization’s internal intelligence to the external intelligence that conference speakers, exhibitors, and attendees offer. Educational sessions, keynote addresses, pre-conference events, and a myriad of opportunities to meet with conference speakers, exhibitors, and attendees in both structured and informal settings are very powerful ways to gather the information you need to make smart decisions. But healthcare conferences can have thousands, even tens of thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors. How can you efficiently sort through so many potential opportunities? It’s important to not let the sheer size of these events overwhelm your ability to realize the value they present. Speed-dating vendors at healthcare conferences is one potentially useful approach to conquering the conference crowd.

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