Books and eBooks
The Emotionally Intelligent Physician Leader
New Emotional intelligence (EI) and emotional quotient (EQ) are critical to your success and knowing how to use them can improve your care, organization, and life.
Author: Susan Fink Childs, FACMPE
Physicians and Professional Behavior Management Strategies: A Leadership Roadmap and Guide with Case Studies
This book is a roadmap that aims to instill confidence in and assuage concerns of physician leaders who are uncomfortable confronting unprofessional physician conduct with their colleagues. It provides insight and an increased understanding of this d...
Author: Matthew J. Mazurek, MD, MHA, CPE, FACHE, FASA
The Heart of the Story: My Improbable Journey as a Cardiologist
This inspiring memoir encourages the next generation of young women, whether just entering or already working in the medical profession, to understand not only the risks and sacrifices made by the women who preceded them, but also the positive change...
Author: Joan L. Thomas, MD, CPE, FACC, with Sandra J. Parker
The People Value Proposition: See one, Do one, Teach one ... LEAD - A Physician's Journey to Leadership
From topics like The Journey to Leadership and Defining the Leader You Want to Become, to Inspiration and Innovation, this book acknowledges that leadership begins with the individual, but emphasizes that by recognizing and nurturing the value of oth...
Author: Stanley E. Harris, MD, MA
Reframing Contemporary Physician Leadership: We Started as Heroes
The practice of medicine, today, requires transformational skills. Healthcare challenges are no longer adequately addressed by the traditional paternalistic physician role. Healthcare must be physician-led, but patient-centered. Effective leadership ...
Author: Grace E. Terrell, MD, MMM, CPE, FACP, FACPE
Lessons Learned: Stories from Women Physician Leaders
Women physicians now comprise 50 percent or more of most U.S. medical school classes. Yet relatively few fill the most senior management positions within the healthcare system. At a time when most agree that the U.S. healthcare delivery system needs ...
Author: Deborah M. Shlian, MD, MBA
Changing How We Think about Difficult Patients: A Guide for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals
Caring for difficult patients poses a tremendous challenge for physicians, nurses, and clinical practitioners. It may contribute significantly to feelings of burnout, including feelings of exhaustion, cynicism, and lost sense of purpose. This book wi...
Author: Joan Naidorf, DO
Healthcare Economic Reform: How and Why Physicians Must Lead Change Within Our Evolving Healthcare Economy
Healthcare Economic Reform serves as both an educational overview of how the healthcare economy operates, and a step-by-step guide for physicians to follow in pursuit of making the delivery of healthcare more satisfying. This book will address indust...
Author: Ellis M. Knight, MD, MBA
Physicians and the Law: The Intersection of Medicine, Business, and Medical Malpractice
Healthcare providers encounter complex problems in medical, business, and legal venues on a daily basis, and in an ever-evolving landscape. However, an incomplete understanding of how these three arenas intersect can undermine ability and confidence ...
Author: Timothy E. Paterick, MD, JD, MBA
Effective Crisis Leadership in Healthcare: Lessons Learned from a Pandemic
Effective Crisis Leadership in Healthcare conveys hard-learned tactics, strategies, and advice to enable healthcare leaders to increase their confidence and mental preparedness prior to the next big catastrophe. This book addresses industry-wide prob...
Author: Aimee Greeter, MPH, FACHE and Max Reiboldt, CPA
Lucrative Practices: The Comprehensive Handbook for Healthcare Executives
Written as a business reference guide for healthcare executives, office managers, and professionals in independent practice, Lucrative Practices includes detailed “how to” discussions and instructions, tips, forms, templates and guides that steer pro...
Author: Michael B. Spellman, PhD
The Problem Employee: How to Manage the Employees No One Wants to Manage
The Problem Employee presents complete, clear, how-to-do-it strategies for managing problem employees and delves into 17 of the most challenging and diabolical problem employees that healthcare leaders are likely to encounter.
Author: Laura Hills, DA
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