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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

January/February 2020

This article discusses strategies for handling toxic behavior in the workplace.

January/February 2020

This article details strategies to avoid post-discharge adverse events and prevent frequent and costly hospital readmissions.

January/February 2020

This article details a simple process improvement project that reduced waste and increased profits at a five-physician primary care group.

January/February 2020

The Leadership Prescription is an action-learning program to further develop the skills of Mayo Clinic leaders and their project teams by focusing on solving real-world business challenges.

January/February 2020

While seemingly worlds apart, rock music and medical practice share common ground among the 43% of physicians in the United States who are 55 years old or older.

January/February 2020

This article discusses the importance of being part of a team and how to motivate others to work with physicians, office managers, and hospital administrators in order to enhance and improve the medical profession.

January/February 2020

The complex maze of state and federal laws on marijuana usage coupled with a more tolerant public attitude has left physicians, employers, and human resources professionals in a haze about what to do on several pot-related questions.

January/February 2020

We propose a patient-friendly documentation strategy that meets the needs of patients, researchers, clinicians, and reimbursement providers alike, via usage of e-years, defined as the volume of e-liquid in mL consumed per day multiplied by the number...

January/February 2020

With hospital employment continuing to rise and private equity group investments increasing steadily year after year, physician practices are ripe for partnerships.

January/February 2020

Optimizing existing EHRs away from fee-for-service and toward value-based care is the provider’s most efficient path toward practicing preventative healthcare—and getting properly reimbursed for it.

January/February 2020

This article defines psychographics, discusses what is included in psychographic determinations, and explains how to gather psychographic information.

For over 45 years.

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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