Volume 6, Issue 2
As immigrants cancel their food and health benefits amid changes to federal green card policies, some physicians are taking a stand for their patients — for the sake of what they say is a larger good.
A health care marketing expert shares tips for physician leaders who want to promote their practices in a modern age of social media, digital communication and word of mouth.
Clinical experience is a good start, but physicians who enhance their credibility and improve themselves through education improve their chances of reaching leadership levels.
Physician leaders have the responsibility to not only end the unprofessional actions of those they supervise, but also get to the root causes of the misbehavior for any chance of rehabilitation.
Physician engagement measures the strength of commitment to an organization. Learn how a study to find out what would increase engagement at one rural trauma center had great effect.
As health care grows in scope and complexity, operational excellence increasingly is defined by value. Adopting methods from systems engineering and project management can help.
There’s value in coaching and mentoring for health care leaders. While these practices are not sufficiently available, health care organizations can benefit from both.
With all physicians being leaders, it is incumbent upon us to demonstrate a variety of professional qualities...and we must also draw on our own human qualities to succeed as well.