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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

JMPM - November/December 2019

As a seasoned practice management consultant, I generally have ideas about what might be going wrong in a practice well before I cross the threshold. This time was different.

JMPM - November/December 2019

I hope the public and our government will consider the effect of policy changes on the doctor’s financial well-being.

JMPM - November/December 2019

Preventing physician suicides may be possible by eliminating the stigma surrounding mental health treatment and its disclosure on licensing and credentialing applications.

JMPM - November/December 2019

We propose that having significant conversations within families and also as clinicians with patients and families—early, regularly as indicated by the clinical condition, and comprehensively—and being sure these conversations are documented so other...

JMPM - November/December 2019

This article argues that medical practice managers and their employees can and should thicken their skin, for both their wellbeing and for their work productivity.

JMPM - November/December 2019

Employee motivation is key to a successful medical practice. Leaders need to be aware of the four main demotivators: task orientation; personal emotions; self-confidence; and values.

JMPM - November/December 2019

This article discusses the hidden potential that physicians have to find supplemental income, much like the David that Michelangelo found hiding in an imperfect block of marble.

JMPM - November/December 2019

In this article, we propose design thinker capabilities as a unique way healthcare leaders can improve the benchmark of the healthcare industry—patient safety and satisfaction.

JMPM - November/December 2019

This article looks at the financial industry and what the financial industry may have to offer the healthcare profession.

JMPM - November/December 2019

As kids we played “duck, duck, goose.” As adults we play duck, duck, leader at the office. You may not remember participating in either of these games, but in a recent speaking engagement, the entire audience agreed that in the workplace, the latter ...

JMPM - November/December 2019

Missed appointments have negative outcomes for patients, physicians, and clinics. These effects include incomplete screening, inappropriate use of emergency care, clinic overbooking, decreased teaching opportunities, and lost revenue.

JMPM - November/December 2019

For baby boomers who are still working, some key factors are essential to their continued contribution to their mission. The high-performing medical practice has a great resource in its staff, and working more closely with them will lead to successfu...

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