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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

JMPM - January/February 2017

This article offers insight and specific strategies for the effective management of lazy employees.

JMPM - January/February 2017

Your job search will be more effective if you first take the time to create a plan and avoid the very common mistakes we list in this article.

JMPM - January/February 2017

MACRA is the next generation of sweeping reform in healthcare legislation. This new rule will drive a mass transition to value-based reimbursement, whereby doctors and other providers will get paid based on the quality of their work and the steps tha...

JMPM - January/February 2017

In this article, we review complexity theory and assess its applicability to the strategic, tactical, and operational issues facing OR managers.

JMPM - January/February 2017

This article discusses project management for implementing a new brand into a medical practice or a hospital, and how to prepare a time schedule and a cost analysis to see that the project is completed on time and within budget.

JMPM - January/February 2017

It turns out that taking care of worker health and well-being is the most effective way to increase engagement and performance. This article offers a comprehensive list of the “don’ts,” with suggestions on what to do instead.

JMPM - January/February 2017

This article offers an overview of the new Medicare reimbursement landscape and specific steps that practices can take to protect revenue streams today and ensure they thrive tomorrow.

JMPM - January/February 2017

The pace of change in the field of medical practice management is unprecedented. Independent physician practices can still be financially viable if the leadership team becomes nimble in adopting necessary operational changes that support opportunitie...

JMPM - January/February 2017

This article discusses how employers too often create binding contracts of which they are completely unaware—until the employee or former employee seeks to enforce the “contract” and collect on the liabilities the organization did not know it had.

JMPM - January/February 2017

Healthcare is a high-growth industry, and to better navigate the ever-changing landscape of the industry, healthcare providers are looking at themselves in a more entrepreneurial way. Their practice is a business that needs to succeed, and managers h...

JMPM - January/February 2017

One major factor influencing your medical practice’s success that is often overlooked is the culture of the organization and the engagement and quality of the team that upholds it. Receivables Management Partners has developed the C.A.R.E. model of h...

JMPM - January/February 2017

The potential risk to physicians alleged to be negligent has resulted in a clinical entity called medical malpractice stress syndrome; it is a “forme fruste” of posttraumatic stress disorder.

JMPM - January/February 2017

This article reviews the nature of one of the fully qualifying Advanced APMs, the Medicare Shared Savings Program, and its risk/benefit sharing principles.

JMPM - January/February 2017

Our study provides a framework to explore the impact of financial metrics on specialty-specific satisfaction and burnout. This information is relevant to the way hospital administrators guide revenue streams, medical students select specialties, and ...

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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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