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In my childhood, I used to stutter, had acne, and dealt with obesity. Not only that I was bullied. I was down but had strong resolve to overcome all my ailments. I was tongue tied because of my speaking impediment but always wanted to become an orator. After years of practice and with divine intervention, I overcame my stuttering. During the days of stuttering when I had palpitations, sweaty palms I used various tools to talk to hide this impediment. I made funny acronyms, developed checklists and used art to speak so people were focused on the other stuff. After overcoming my shyness and stuttering, I just loved communicating. I wanted to talk and do nothing else. I wanted to talk to students (become a teacher) and talk to patients (become a doctor) and now I am both. I never knew that God would connect those dots when I used to stutter and make funny acronyms/checklist and help me in perfecting my skills in Vital Checklist. It is rightfully said, " whatever happens, happens for a reason" and in my case stuttering helped me to think out of the box.
Dr. Singh uses the Methodology of HISWEPT to train caregivers in a way to better serve patients. By implementing this concept Doctors, Nurses and Caregivers will improve patient care.
Dr. Singh is inspired by so many people. Checkout what he has to say about Steve Jobs - Think Different.
Discharge instructions is a series of checklist. Dr. Harpreet Singh developed Dr (SAW)3 MD to make it easier for the patients and more efficient for the hospitals. This is part one of two educating you on what is needed upon the time of being discharged from the hospital. Dr. Singh is the founder of Vital Checklist. Part one of two.
"Discharge instructions is a series of checklist. Dr. Harpreet Singh developed Dr (SAW)3 MD to make it easier for the patients and more efficient for the hospitals. This is part two of two educating you on what is needed upon the time of being discharged from the hospital. Dr. Singh is the founder of Vital Checklist Part two of two.
We need to change our methodology of teaching students. Our focus is to make more proficient caregivers who have 100% involvement in the patient's well being. We should teach them not only clinical skills but also train them with proficient and meaningful communication skills. Dr. Singh shares the Why of Vital Checklist.
In many Emergency Rooms and Hospitals around the world there is a problem. Busy ER's cause long wait times. Busy hospital floors cause ED boarding and low HCAHPS scores. Dr. Harpreet Singh has the answer to improve patient loyalty and the care they receive. Introducing the Communication Box. A patented product ready to change and improve the patient experience, create a quicker discharge time and increase HCAHPS scores.
"Dr. Singh is all about the patient as he explains his philosophy of Vital Checklist with Start with Why? Learn how Simon Sinek inspired Dr. Singh. The Simon Sinek clips are available in full on TED.com. What is the major constraint in the healthcare? Time! If we can spend time with the patient then only the trust will develop. The trust develops when we listen to the patient. God has given us 2 ears and one tongue and therefore we should use them in the same ratio of 2:1 and not the vice versa. Dr.Singh is big fan of Simon Sinek and we need to start with the ""Why"" of the problem. We need to have more human interaction and communicate the why of the problem and not the what of the problem. Don't tell the patient what to do but tell them why to do it."
Learn how Dr. Harpreet Singh came up with Why Clinic? How he began using checklist for patient education. Dr. Singh's uses layman terminology. You can hear the passion in his voice as he explains Why Clinic to you. Enjoy!
Steve Jobs influenced Dr. Harpreet Signh with his book 'Think Different'. Through Vital Checklist Dr. Singh uses 'I Crush' to look at Diabetes, Smoking and more.
"Patients and doctors should be at same level. If all the patients, caregivers and medical students are using the same checklist then everybody is on the same page. Let's take an example of the pain checklist- Life isn't Good,DOCTOR AID @ PM. When time is the constraint the trust goes down. It will be so difficult to communicate. If you have the funny acronym and the checklist, please contact us and we can help to save healthcare dollars.
Let's participate in this project and help America to save money. Lets focus on value based purchasing and improve HCAHPS score."
Inspirational look at why Dr. Singh became a doctor and teacher. Dr.Singh used to stutter and was not able to speak even his name. He used to see his brother-Paul Singh taking care of patients and explaining his patients. It came to Dr.Singh's mind that if he talks he would be able to overcome stuttering. At that time transformation happened he wanted to become a doctor and help people.
According to Dr. Singh everything starts with Why! Learn how the Why Clinic was started. Don't tell the patient what to do but tell the patient "Why" to do it. This idea was inspired by Simon Sinek's Start with why.
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