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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

JMPM - May/June 2019

This article explores recent outbreaks of measles and the history of the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine along with factors that may contribute to outbreaks, including vaccine hesitancy and vaccine exemptions.

JMPM - May/June 2019

Successful branding takes consistency, time, and patience.

JMPM - May/June 2019

If your employees are to succeed in their jobs, they also need to have highly developed persuasive skills.

JMPM - May/June 2019

This article discusses body language blunders to avoid.

JMPM - May/June 2019

Value-based revenue poses physician compensation dilemmas because receipt of payments may be partially or tangentially connected to physician-specific services.

JMPM - May/June 2019

The process of document flow in the medical office is not only cumbersome, but can cost staff upward of two hours per day per physician, and may delay critical information from reaching the appropriate destination. Organizations have been wrestling w...

JMPM - May/June 2019

I’m sure my face registered astonishment as my eyes met those of the surgeon who had just remarked, “Administrators are just an unnecessary expense.” In more than two decades as a practice administrator, I served physicians with a variety of opinions...

JMPM - May/June 2019

A risk manager’s experience and expertise, skill at relationship-building, effectiveness in communication, and keen awareness of the environment come together in a simple approach to evaluating and mitigating risk that the authors have developed and ...

JMPM - May/June 2019

This article discusses some of the common employment law mistakes made by medical practices and provides strategies for correcting them.

JMPM - May/June 2019

Pediatric providers are uniquely positioned to address the escalating use of JUUL e-cigarettes, which have dramatically increased in popularity among teens and young adults.

JMPM - May/June 2019

Despite a well-documented need, business and personal finance topics rarely are taught in medical school, resulting in low student financial literacy, high stress, and high student debt. This article describes the formation and evaluation of the firs...

JMPM - May/June 2019

A hospital considers deploying a radio-frequency identification (RFID) system to improve the linens delivery and tracking process.

JMPM - May/June 2019

Many small, independent (particularly rural) practices find it challenging to make the shift to pay-for-value when the resources to do so are limited. That is where an innovative and nationally award-winning program called “The Practicum in Primary C...

JMPM - May/June 2019

This article seeks to educate providers on the existing legal and regulatory framework, the risks and potential consequences of a failure to comply with those laws and regulations, and how best to comply and avoid those risks.

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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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