Schwartz Center Members
The Corman IMPACT Honors
About The Corman IMPACT Honors
Innovative Member Programs Advancing Compassion and Teamwork
The Corman IMPACT Honors celebrates healthcare members who are making a transformational impact by creating programs or initiatives that promote compassionate, collaborative care within their organization or system.
We know that leading by example is the most effective way to inspire others to make compassionate care a priority and we want to recognize our healthcare members who are doing that.
Recognition and Submissions
We appreciate your dedication to Schwartz Rounds and the difference the program makes, and we know many members may be doing more to move the needle of compassionate care. If your organization is doing things differently and changing the way caregivers and patients give and receive compassionate care, we want to recognize your work and share it with our member community.
All program submissions will be highlighted throughout the virtual Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference, on our Member Community website and Schwartz Center materials.
Up to three exemplary programs will be featured on the Conference website and a spokesperson from each of the selected member sites will have the opportunity to participate in a video interview about their program and how it has made an impact on their organization.
The 2020 submission period is now closed. We’re in the process of selecting the honorees and will be in touch regarding all submissions in the coming weeks.
If you have questions regarding the Corman IMPACT Honors, please contact Christina Parks at email@example.com.
The Corman IMPACT Honors are made possible through the generous support of Stephen Corman in memory of his late wife, Betsy. Mr. Corman’s underwriting of the IMPACT Honors reflects his belief that leading by example is the most effective way to inspire others. It is his sincere hope that healthcare organizations are inspired by these honorees to find ways to make compassionate care a priority at their institution.
IMPACT Honors Criteria and FAQs
Any Schwartz Center healthcare member that has created an innovative program or initiative making a transformational impact to promote compassionate, collaborative care within its organization or system is eligible. Please note your organization must be a member at the time of the conference to be considered, and Schwartz Center programs (including Schwartz Rounds) are not eligible to be considered.
The program or initiative must be in existence for long enough to demonstrate positive results including:
- Improved caregiver or patient experience; and/or
- Strengthened teamwork and/or communication among the care team; and/or,
- Enhanced caregiver-patient/family relationships.
In our experience it can take approximately one year to introduce a program and demonstrate its success; however, we will not be excluding programs that have produced results in a shorter period of time
Required information includes:
- Basic contact information
- Program/initiative name
- 250 word or more description of the program or initiative
Optional information to enhance your submission includes:
- Additional responses regarding the program or initiative
- Support materials (e.g., letters of support from employees, marketing collateral)
The 2020 submission period is now closed. We’re in the process of selecting honorees and will notify all nominators in the coming weeks.
All members who submitted a program or initiative will be notified of their standing by early May.
Up to three exemplary programs or initiatives will be selected by the Member Experience Team consisting of Schwartz Center program leadership and volunteers.
Each will receive:
- Complimentary virtual conference registration for two individuals per healthcare organization
- An opportunity for the spokesperson to speak about the organization’s program with Schwartz Center CMO Beth Lown, MD, in a recorded video interview, which will be featured on the Conference website, Member Community website and on social media.
- Acknowledgement of excellence in compassionate healthcare
- National recognition of the caregiver’s organization on Member Community website and in Schwartz Center materials
All eligible programs and initiatives will be highlighted at the virtual conference and on the Schwartz Center Member Community website. Up to three exemplary member programs will be featured. A spokesperson from each of the selected members will be asked to speak about their program and how it has made an impact on their organization in a video interview.