Helping healthcare leaders
put strategy into action
STRATEGY TO SCALE
Take your strategy to scale through direct planning, design, implementation, execution and evaluation of pilot programs to organizational wide roll out. Unique combination of healthcare executive with clinical nursing to provide execution on patient-centered, community-centered, staff-centered care while providing for the financial stability of health systems and organizations.
Provide interim/fractional leadership to stabilize health system clinical operations, including leadership and management of clinical operations. Provide executive level strategic and tactical planning, clinical oversight, reorganization and organizational development to meet your needs.
Technical advisory role for Ministries of Health, Public Health, Nursing, organizations, non-profits, community organizations, and governmental bodies in areas of nursing, primary care, public health, clinical operations, public health operations, organizational development, and healthcare workforce.
"Under her leadership, we launched team-based care and implemented SOPs. Her ability to manage daily operational details while balancing the big picture puts her a head above the rest."
Jessica Clough, Practice Manager
"Beyond just cycle time, this was a turning point for my health center in staff engagement and productivity. Prior to woking with Michaela, I was very concerned about staff morale, and couldn’t see a way that I was going to move any more patients through our health center."
Health Center Manager, PPCW
Challenging times call us to recognize the courage within to solve the issues at hand. Bringing together almost 20 years of experience and expertise in public health and nursing with a focus in clinical operations, primary care, executive coaching and community organizing, I am here to assist you with a sense of calm and direction. Engage Michaela Lindahl & Associates to help solve the issues you face during one of the biggest and most significant healthcare challenges of our lifetime.
At all times, we are either taking care of a patient,
or taking care of those who are.
Let's be courageous in doing so.
Michaela Lindahl, MS, MPH, RN