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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

PLJ - September/October 2022

When physicians are comfortable saying “I’m sorry” easily and with sincerity, perhaps they can expect increased job satisfaction and lower malpractice premiums.

PLJ - September/October 2022

Physician leaders Peter Angood and Jay Bhatt have successfully navigated significant career transitions, from clinical care to executive leadership. Mike Sacopulos, the host of the SoundPractice podcast, interviewed Dr. Angood and Dr. Bhatt on stra...

PLJ - September/October 2022

Physician leader Dr. Matthew Mazurek offers insight on how to address unprofessional physician behavior.

PLJ - September/October 2022

Have you ever considered leaving your physician job to pursue a nonclinical career?

PLJ - September/October 2022

The use of digital tools to improve the quality of care delivery is a top priority for health systems. Are you ready?

PLJ - September/October 2022

Coaching requires us to keep a laser focus on the person we are helping, but that’s not always easy when distractions — both external and internal — continually bombard us.

PLJ - September/October 2022

As leaders, physicians must continue to lead through and manage the transitions and transformations required to improve the complex healthcare industry.

PLJ - September/October 2022

Lack of effective leadership development, dysfunctional teams, loss of productivity, and low morale because of toxic leadership lead to a high burnout rate and turnover.

PLJ - September/October 2022

Highlighting theoretical underpinnings of leadership will encourage and stimulate our collective thoughts on how they may promote leadership study in our profession.

PLJ - September/October 2022

Lessons from an internal physician coaching program — informed by ongoing research into physician personality factors — suggest that four core personality typologies affect burnout in the current healthcare environment.

PLJ - September/October 2022

This third installment of the four-part series examines the benefits of linking quality and cost by creating an integrated performance measurement scorecard and evaluating potential sources of financial data.

PLJ - September/October 2022

Physicians have a fiduciary duty to educate patients regarding all options available for end-of-life medical care.

PLJ - September/October 2022

A survey was used to evaluate the impact of EQ on burnout levels among physicians-in-training who changed their specialty compared to those who remained in their original specialty.

PLJ - September/October 2022

The balanced scorecard is a valuable strategic management roadmap for optimal performance that organizations may adapt to various environments through thoughtful design and execution.

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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