Advancements TV Series to Explore How Polarity Thinking™ Could be the Missing Logic in Healthcare and an Essential Competency for Healthcare Leaders

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Discover how Polarity Thinking™ impacts people, processes and profits in healthcare organizations.

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"Polarity Thinking is a game changer, especially when applied in a way that provides real-time diagnostic metrics and visibility of the organizational culture.”

Scheduled to broadcast 4Q/2020, Advancements with Ted Danson will focus on improvements in healthcare leadership practices. Check local listings for more info.

In the COVID era, healthcare clinicians have expressed unprecedented rates of burnout and leaders have voiced that they are struggling to keep staff and patients safe and informed, which has led to the need for a new way of thinking about managing the ongoing and increasing complexities as a result of the billions of dollars that hospitals are losing each month; calling for hospitals and healthcare systems to emerge out of the post COVID ashes as Healthy Healing Organizations (H2O).

In this segment, audiences will learn how MissingLogic leverages its H20 Framework℠ to help healthcare leaders navigate the complexity and uncertainties in healthcare today. Currently, one of the most paramount challenges is the uncertainty of how to maintain the health of the public in the face of a rapidly changing economy.

The show will educate viewers about how MissingLogic is revolutionizing the healthcare industry by helping executives in healthcare systems see their most significant challenges through a polarity lens, which enables executives to break through complexity and the never-ending cycle of re-occurring issues, while navigating their organizations through COVID-19 and beyond.

Michelle Troseth and Tracy Christopherson, Co-Founders of MissingLogic, commented, “we are excited to introduce our innovative framework to the healthcare industry, especially now because it's rooted in a foundation of Polarity Thinking which is our secret sauce and helps cultivate the best places to both give and receive care. Polarity Thinking is a game changer, especially when applied in a way that provides real-time diagnostic metrics and visibility of the organizational culture.”

Spectators will see how MissingLogic helps healthcare leaders monitor outcomes and strategic actions over time. They will also learn how when leaders are vigilant in monitoring metrics, it can enable organizations to course correct more quickly, maximize the use of resources, decrease the occurrence of unintended outcomes, and achieve sustainable positive outcomes.

“MissingLogic helps healthcare leaders trade burnout for balance and resilience,” said Richard Simon, producer for the Advancements series. “We look forward to exploring how applying Polarity Thinking is transforming healthcare leaders and organizations for the better.”

About MissingLogic:
MissingLogic is an executive coaching and consulting company dedicated to transforming healthcare organizations into healthy healing organizations (H2O) and their leaders into Resilient and Balanced Healthcare Leaders. MissingLogic leverages its extensive experience in framework-driven healthcare transformation grounded in Polarity Thinking™ and is committed to ensuring Polarity Thinking becomes a core competency for every healthcare leader. For more information, visit:

About Advancements and DMG Productions:
The Advancements series is an information-based educational show targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation continue to transform our world.

Backed by experts in various fields, DMG Productions is dedicated to education and advancement, and to consistently producing commercial-free, educational programming on which both viewers and networks depend.

For more information, please visit or call Richard Simon at 866-496-4065.

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