Workforce Case Study: Capitalizing on Relationships to Drive Coordinated Care

Wake Forest Baptist Health capitalizes on relationships between environmental services staff and patients to drive coordinated care.

As part of a recently released workforce TrendWatch, AHA highlights how Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, N.C., utilizes relationships between environmental services staff and patients to drive coordinated care.

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