The efficient administration of health care organizations, processes and systems.
Medical staffs seldom receive training on advance directives — which can lead to catastrophic error. Physician leaders must be aware.
Researchers find that hypervigilant “always-on” coaching does more harm than good: “It’s less about the quantity and more about the quality.”
It is wise to enlist a group that involves practicing physicians for advice on what to standardize and why.
Don’t like conflict? Here are five tactics for tough talks that are constructive and can maintain mutual respect.
Although there’s no definitive list of the top money wasters, there are a few areas physician leaders should hold their teams accountable.
Structuring a compensation plan requires a delicate balance of being fair to the people and being fair to the organization. These key principles ca...
In this primer for institutional preparedness, the authors describe ACGME’s Clinical Learning Environment Review and the need to integrate trainees...
It’s less of a workplace metric and more of a culture that leaders must establish. You either have it, or you don’t … but you can get closer to ach...
The underlying problem is bad governance. To address the issue, establish these three elements before scheduling.
The approaches used to address these concerns have had to advance with the times, says a veteran litigator who advises health care organizations.
Data shows that support for workers’ career goals is vital for productivity. Leaders focused on retention and satisfaction should take notice.
Assigning employees to multiple projects is a significant investment, but organizations pay a higher price when they neglect the costs in pursuit o...
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