The Healthcare Index is designed to measure 45 healthcare success factors: 6 mental clarity factors, 12 emotional bias factors, 25 soft skills and 2 stress factors. Hospitals, home healthcare organizations, hospices, wellness centers, doctor’s offices, doctors, nurses, office managers and staff, can all benefit from the assessment results.

The Scorecard allows for a thorough conversation about performance, productivity and commitment in great detail – covering both mental and emotional healthcare abilities.

The profile results can be compared to actual performance to pinpoint where doctors, nurses and staff need to focus time and attention,  add “good-making” healthcare properties and take the necessary steps for achieving sustained higher levels of medical performance and profit, as well as patient satisfaction and loyalty.

This assessment is designed to detect strengths, as well as “blind spots” or emotional conditioning barriers, that may be preventing the healthcare providers from achieving peak performance and productivity in healthcare. The profile shows how they have been conditioned over time, and this information is often critical for the hospital, healthcare organization, or doctor in order to select and train staff in the best possible way, developing and utilizing their full potential.

The profile also reflects how much stress the doctor, nurse, or staff is feeling, how well they cope with it, and how well they understand and implement the vision, mission, values and directive guidelines of the hospital or healthcare organization they work for.