In this article, the author discusses how a successful organization today moves from mass markets to markets of one, routinely replaces core competencies, shifts to team-based structures, and manages from the outside in, among other features.
Emergency Medicine Physician Stressors, Needs, and Wellness Resources During the Acute Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic in New York City
Recent literature suggests that frontline physicians of the COVID-19 pandemic experienced increased stress and psychological burden. Preliminary data suggest that job-enabling and peer support-centered wellness resources should be prioritized as key ...
The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented demand for hospital and intensive care unit services, with excess mortality and length-of-stay that may not be attributable to COVID-19 patients alone.
The nationwide shortage of anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) is a significant problem for hospitals and health systems in the United States. Physician leaders can address this challenge by using their expertise in ...
After the Roe v. Wade decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, organizations around the United States pledged to pay for travel and abortion care for their employees. But changes to who counts as an employee may exacerbate racial inequality.
In this article the authors offer a new approach and mindset for making strategic decisions, along with a new model for managing strategy development and performance monitoring.
American Association for Physician Leadership Announces Partnership with Michigan Health & Hospital Association
American Association for Physician Leadership Announces Partnership with Michigan Health & Hospital Association.
Most companies understand how supply chain transparency can affect their ability to manufacture and deliver products. Very few, however, apply a disciplined process that requires suppliers to make important product and supply chain information availa...
Highlighting theoretical underpinnings of leadership will encourage and stimulate our collective thoughts on how they may promote leadership study in our profession.
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