American Association for Physician Leadership

May/June 2021

Volume 8, Issue 3

May/June 2021

The role of chief information officer is emerging as one of the most critical leadership roles in healthcare.

May/June 2021

Micromanagement can be a toxic management style that negatively affects the workplace morale and productivity.

May/June 2021

To form a good team, the healthcare entrepreneur must be capable of finding, motivating, convincing, and retaining people who contribute value to the initiative.

May/June 2021

A collection of daily thoughts during the first weeks of the pandemic provides a roadmap for improving operational processes.

May/June 2021

Using these models, healthcare leaders can integrate patient safety with clinician wellbeing and create the conditions necessary for clinicians to provide excellent care.

May/June 2021

Improving your financial literacy is a way to build the confidence required when it comes to business communication and decisions.

May/June 2021

Periods of stress and insecurity often create a sense of need for change. For most, however, exploring possible alternatives often is at odds with practical realities. Although pursuing professional and personal satisfaction can be a challenge, its p...

May/June 2021

Faculty recognize the benefits of reduced overnight shifts based on professional seniority and are willing to work increased overnights in return for the future reduction.

May/June 2021

These 10 tips — and a few more — can help physician leaders establish a high-performing culture in their organization.

May/June 2021

Maintaining morale and engagement through highly stressful circumstances requires intentional strategies and persistent execution.

May/June 2021

Matthew Mazurek shares his broad experience in managing physicians, including those who struggle with professionalism.

May/June 2021

NASA’s Pause and Learn process proved an ideal tool for capturing feedback and sharing meaningful lessons during a crisis.

May/June 2021

The To Act as a Unit (TAU) program has successfully introduced new members of the Cleveland Clinic professional staff to organizational culture and priorities.

May/June 2021

The core values of one blood center helped deploy a successful COVID-19 convalescent plasma collection and distribution program.

May/June 2021

Understanding the evolution of advanced practice provider leadership positions can serve as a roadmap for organizations as they develop their APP structures and programs.

May/June 2021

Organizations should migrate from productivity-based compensation plans to metrics that better align physicians with organizational strategy and goals, executive performance targets, and improved patient outcomes.

May/June 2021

Earning the trust of patients through emotional intelligence strategies and fair payment policies leads to better patient–practice relationships as well as healthier finances.

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.

CONTACT US

Mail Processing Address
PO Box 96503 I BMB 97493
Washington, DC 20090-6503

Payment Remittance Address
PO Box 745725
Atlanta, GA 30374-5725
(800) 562-8088
(813) 287-8993 Fax
customerservice@physicianleaders.org

CONNECT WITH US

LOOKING TO ENGAGE YOUR STAFF?

AAPL providers leadership development programs designed to retain valuable team members and improve patient outcomes.

American Association for Physician Leadership®

formerly known as the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE)