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Lightspeed Research -- The Foresight Group, Announced Today the Annual Meeting for The Healthcare Consortium
Date:8/20/2009

Lightspeed Research - The Foresight Group, a global provider of innovative employee survey solutions, 360 surveys, and manager feedback surveys, announced today the annual meeting for The Healthcare Consortium scheduled for November 2, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago, IL.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 20, 2009 -- Lightspeed Research - The Foresight Group, a global provider of innovative employee survey solutions, 360 surveys, and manager feedback surveys, announced today the annual meeting for The Healthcare Consortium scheduled for November 2, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago, IL.

The Healthcare Consortium is a membership-based organization that serves as a resource for human capital thought leadership in the healthcare workplace in order to better serve patients and communities.

The group shares benchmark data and best practices related to workforce engagement. The group also extends its reach by providing educational resources for continued learning and research linking human capital and business outcome measures in the healthcare arena.

"Membership in the Consortium offers the unique opportunity to benchmark data against others with similar organizations, select benchmarked items to be included within employee surveys specific to an organization, learn what best practices are being used in the healthcare marketplace and network within the field.", explains Dr. Kerry Johnson, Senior Consultant with The Foresight Group.

Healthcare organizations interested in joining must have a minimum of 1000 employees and have Joint Commission or Det Norske Veritas accredi
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