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“We Already Have Procedures For This”

August 29, 2012 by

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Over the last several weeks, JHS has undertaken a number of efforts aimed at building a foundation for stability of core work. One of these areas is in Release Planning, a core function of the Jail Health aimed at helping targeted patient inmates, suffering from chemical dependency, HIV, mental health, and other ailments, access programs […]

“No problem is the problem!”

August 10, 2012 by

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There is an interesting progression of the process when people deal with change. The first stage, as you may have guessed, is known as denial, when we simply do not want to believe or have faith in what has been proposed. Denial takes many forms, but at its root, it is not a bad thing […]

The Journey, not the Destination

August 1, 2012 by

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It is always great to see improvement ideas and changes emerge from people thinking critically about process. However, depending on who you talk to, almost everyone has an opinion on the best way to tackle the daily problems we face. Such solutions are often worded as, “If only we could do this, it would solve […]