Volume 9, Issue 3
Physician leaders can decrease healthcare disparities such as misdiagnosis and inadequate treatment, thus decreasing patient safety hazards.
Sustaining a defense against the stresses and symptoms of burnout will be difficult at the best of times. Exhibiting kindness, demonstrating goodness, and being grateful for all the positive things in our lives will improve life for our families, fri...
The authors engaged in an innovative endeavor at Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina, to improve connections among hospitalists.
Building a Relationship-Centered Culture in Healthcare: An Organizational Framework for Transformation
Although effective physician–patient communication is linked to beneficial outcomes for patients and providers alike, healthcare systems have yet to adopt a standard framework for building physicians’ communication competency.
Leadership Through Organizational High Reliability During the COVID-19 Pandemic — Navy Medicine’s Experience
It is important that physician leaders understand the potential of high-reliability organization (HRO) principles and practices to serve as the framework for organizational improvement and sustained high performance.