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State hospital criticized

A new consulting report finds that the Oregon State Hospital has seven shortcomings standing in the way of reform.

A new consulting report finds that the Oregon State Hospital has seven problems preventing reform.

The report is based on interviews and surveys from employees. The seven problems identified include:

-A general lack of accountability.

-No shared vision for the future or "what good looks like."

-Lack of trust and fear of retribution.

-Ambiguity about roles and responsibilities.

-Poor communication.

-Lack of training.

-Separate agendas "at some levels and in some functional areas."

Many of the institutional problems are "common ills for complex, diverse, highly visible organizations," according to the report.

Read more at the Statesman Journal.

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