Volume 10, Issue 3
The medical field is full of smart people, at least in the academic sense, however IQ does not necessarily predict success in life or even on the job.
A cardiologist looks back on why she loves her ever-evolving profession.
This article discusses building a structured avenue toward landing a position you will enjoy.
The pandemic created differences in the way our healthcare industry now considers its cultures, as well as the communities of practice in which we reside. Physician leaders have the opportunity to help reshape these evolving cultures.
More healthcare systems are implementing a locum tenens workforce plan that supports existing staff, extends patient care opportunities, and grows profit.
Nature is constantly changing and adapting to new conditions, and species that are able to adapt and evolve are more likely to survive.
Meet Mark D. Olszyk, MD, MBA, CPE, FACEP, FACHE, FFSMB, an emergency medicine physician with more than 20 years of experience in the medical field.
Today, the health consumer movement has led to the shared-decision model, putting the patient at the center of doctor-patient communication.
Moral injury poses a risk to health worker well-being and potentially to patient outcomes. It is imperative to begin exploring solutions.
AAPL has collaborated with Myers-Briggs to provide targeted leadership insights to physician leaders through the CPI 260© Assessment.
The scope of change coming with AI can feel overwhelming, but sitting on the sidelines until AI for healthcare is mature puts a health system at risk for being unprepared for those changes.
There are important implications for ensuring the delivery of high-quality services in the health, wellness, and beauty space that have relevance for physician leaders as well.
Early identification of patients at moderate to high risk of postoperative respiratory failure is critical to effective prevention strategies. A multidisciplinary team developed a robust process for the early identification of at-risk patients and th...
Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infection Reduction at an Academic Community Hospital During the COVID-19 Pandemic to Achieve Patient Safety
A belief that zero harm to patients is possible and development of a supportive organizational culture with visible leadership were key to reducing central line associated blood stream infection and creating long-lasting change during the pandemic.