American Association for Physician Leadership

January/February 2021

Volume 8, Issue 1

January/February 2021

How reframing and rethinking failure can improve healthcare.

January/February 2021

After a challenging year under strain from a global pandemic, how do we individually, or collectively, identify with our future direction? AAPL can help!

January/February 2021

As more people turn to the Internet to find physicians, taking charge of your online presence is critical. Here’s how to do it.

January/February 2021

Arrogant leaders create a toxic environment that decreases motivation and sends people packing. Here are several strategies for keeping arrogant leaders in check.

January/February 2021

Understanding the case-management department facilitates physician leaders’ ability to support hospital or system objectives.

January/February 2021

The number of healthcare providers impacted by the Sunshine Act has expanded. Understanding the changes will help ensure accurate reporting on all covered payments.

January/February 2021

A seasoned physician leader reflects on the evolution of practice promotion — from word of mouth to comprehensive Internet strategies.

January/February 2021

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is actively working with a broad coalition of partners to enhance cybersecurity across the healthcare and public health sectors.

January/February 2021

ChristianaCare’s Center for WorkLife Wellbeing is spearheading many collaborative efforts designed to promote caregiver wellbeing during the current pandemic.

January/February 2021

Artificial intelligence is finding an important place in improving healthcare and providing better overall outcomes for patients.

January/February 2021

The use of a new rounding model and discharge tool derived from the EMR provided an opportunity to study the impact on discharge processes and outcomes.

January/February 2021

What roles do preoperative and intraoperative factors, as well as nonclinical components of the system, have in predicting the postoperative acute care unit length of stay?

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