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Physician Leadership Journal

Martin E Klein
When a physician finds himself on the other side of the doctor-patient equation, it serves a reminder that saying the proper things matter at every moment. Good intentions sometimes miss the mark.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Robert Hicks
For any leader entrusted with coaching others, there are five pillars that support the professional relationship: self-awareness, empathy, positive regard, genuineness and presence. Some are easier than others.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Eugene Fibuch, Arif Ahmed
The secret to empowering patients -changing their roles from passive recipients to active participants - lies in a health care provider's ability to link them informatively into the decision-making process.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Heather Boerner
New research into the human immunodeficiency virus has, in many cases, outpaced legal thinking about transmission. As science comes to the statehouse, doctors are helping lawmakers reconsider the statutes.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Rachel M Randall, Louis Kwong, Thomas Kuivila, Brett Levine, Monica Kogan
Learn how three training programs used personality assessment - and shared the results with the participants - to assess and facilitate leadership development in orthopedic surgery.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Lisa Laurent, Teresa Sosenko, Ina Zamfirova, Cynthia Hartwig
Women are underrepresented in physician leadership. Exploring the issue, researchers created a study focused on developing successful skills, behaviors and attitudes for 15 first-year female residents. In 2016, the American Association for Physician Leadership* named Advocate Health Care's Resident Leadership Develop- ment Institute the winner of its annual Leape Ahead Award. It recognizes organizations devoted to patient safety, health care improvement and developing future physician leaders. This article summarizes and includes excerpts from the comprehensive presentation that earned the award...
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Tony S Reed
As health care demands more efficiency within hospitals, it's possible to adapt existing teams to respond to the challenge in a transformative way. Here's how physician leaders and administrators at one facility did it.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Leon J Owens
Having surgicalists on staff could benefit hospitals as value-based reimbursement becomes the industry standard. A dedicated team can help improve key metrics, such as a patient experience and quality of care.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Amir Bacchus, Robin K Meter
Medical groups hope to find value by transitioning to a value-based reimbursement model. Here's what physician leaders need to know - and what they can expect - from the compensation shift.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Chad Johnson
Learn how one organization made clinical integration happen successfully, by accounting for the value-based contracting protocols and risk methodologies involved in putting ideas into practice.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Alan S Kaplan, Jennifer Gingrass
Making clinically integrated networks truly effective will require physicians and administrators to overcome several organizational challenges. Here are the biggest ones identified by a panel of physician leaders.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Lola Butcher
Throughout the country, physician-led organizations are taking the lead in improving the value of health care. Here's how some of them are doing it.
May 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Dawn Morton-Rias
As physician leaders seek better ways to serve their patients within a constantly changing marketplace, physician assistants can help them succeed by carrying a share of the burden.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Deepak Pahuja, Priyanka Chadha, Umesh Sharma, Himanshu Bhatia, Pooja Nagpal, Joe Jordan, Christina Lannom, Ernie de Los Santos
A team of health care experts crunches the numbers sand reaches the conclusion that creating - or expanding - a physician adviser program is a good return on investment for any organization that's considering it.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Chad Krilich
Employee culture and patient care played equal roles in the turnaround tale of a struggling hospital, says the chief medical officer who helped it find a new, winning way.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Heather Boerner
As health care providers are being asked to address population health issues as well as those of their patients, some physician leaders see opportunities to have an effect beyond the examination room.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Drew Stevens
What people say online about you and your practice is important. Harsh words and missed opportunities to strengthen your interactions can reflect on your leadership skills unless you take proactive measures.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Eugene Fibuch, Arif Ahmed
Managing relationships with customers - for physicians, that means patients - is no longer a soft science. Clearly defined and well-implemented processes can make the difference for any practice.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
Srinivas Mummadi, Rakesh K Pai, Peter Hahn
Physician leaders and their organizations need a strong understanding of the benefits of harvesting and analyzing information about their patients - from cost savings to better individual treatment.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
David Demik, Charles Paul, Joseph Nellis, Sebastian Sciegienka, Michael Mchugh, Alan Reed
Positive response to a major university's project designed to gauge interest in business and management among medical students leads to implementation of a new curriculum for the next wave of physician leaders.
March 2017: Physician Leadership Journal
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