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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

JMPM - July/August 2016

This article offers guidelines in negotiating for your next purchase.

JMPM - July/August 2016

Buying or selling a practice can be life changing. A host of legal and practical issues will confront you, and this article explores your options and establishes a starting point on where and how to begin.

JMPM - July/August 2016

Women executives in healthcare have unique challenges to building strong professional networks.

JMPM - July/August 2016

This article explains the four conversations that leaders must get right, and how to make sure you do.

JMPM - July/August 2016

Certain third-party vendors are now offering to “assist” practices by placing material and links associated with their services on the practice’s website. Vendors seeking to promote goods or services via the practice should never be given access to a...

JMPM - July/August 2016

This article explores common myths about clinical coding, identifies ways practices get into compliance trouble, and provides specific avenues to implement an effective coding compliance program.

JMPM - July/August 2016

We believe integrating some form of cultural awareness and competency training into the curriculum at the undergraduate medical education level would help prepare future physicians for an increasingly diverse patient population.

JMPM - July/August 2016

The healthcare industry is the #1 industry targeted by attackers. It is imperative for organizations to reevaluate the way they approach cybersecurity, rather than resting on their laurels in what is currently seen as the “new normal” security mindse...

JMPM - July/August 2016

Strategic management is all about positioning your company relative to your competitors so that your performance will be better than theirs. In Part I of this article, we presented the internal considerations for a successful strategy; in this part w...

JMPM - July/August 2016

The group of individuals you will find who are most bothered by medical malpractice and fraud, beyond the immediate victims, are the secondary victims: quality healthcare professionals.

JMPM - July/August 2016

When two or more members of the medical practice team are locked in a conflict, their animosity can turn a healthy working environment into a toxic space. That is why the medical practice manager needs to develop skills in conflict prevention, confli...

JMPM - July/August 2016

In this article we look in detail at the lifecycle of the Pacific Coast salmon and how such an investigation may influence our medical careers.

JMPM - July/August 2016

Research conducted by members of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (recently renamed the Obesity Medicine Association) and others shows remarkable health benefits associated with wellness protocols that limit the intake of carbohydrates an...

JMPM - July/August 2016

Despite the need for comprehensive obesity treatment and community health initiatives, it remains a problem to financially sustain a program that receives low to no reimbursement for services and also commits to numerous mission-based community event...

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The American Association for Physician Leadership has helped physicians develop their leadership skills through education, career development, thought leadership and community building.

The American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) changed its name from the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) in 2014. We may have changed our name, but we are the same organization that has been serving physician leaders since 1975.

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