Succeeding in the Impossible with Sabrina A. Kuhn, PhD.
Dr. Sabrina A. Kuhn currently provides consultative services in Quality Improvement to health plans and health systems around the country while residing in Dallas, TX.
She has worked in Quality for the last 15+ years in a managed care environment, the provider community, and the city government.
She has spent 7 years in Public Health and the last 25 years in behavioral health. Dr. Kuhn has also served as an adjunct professor for 12 years teaching various psychology courses including Cultural Competency. She is a certified Cultural Competency trainer and holds a yellow belt certification in LEAN Six Sigma for Healthcare. She has worked in every level of care from the state hospital to owning a private practice.
She received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in 2011. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, live music, and her biggest joy is spending time with her husband and six-year-old son Isaiah.
Here in Episode #132, Sabrina starts our show with a leadership mindset centered on inspiration and perseverance. She shares how career burnout paved the path for a successful executive-level career in healthcare quality. Sabrina shares with the many faces of quality that she has experienced at key stages of her journey. She gives a personal reflection connected with receiving adequate resources while leading a quality team.
Sabrina shares her approach to assessing the current state of quality in her organization. She highlights a career aha moment focused on accountability, transparency, and owning your fails. Sabrina highlights the power of building strong relationships; and gives her thoughts on the impact to come with rapidly changing regulatory standards. She places a call to action for more equitable salaries for healthcare quality leaders; and shares her approach for checking in with team members
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