Volume 10 Issue 5
Volume 10, Issue 5
Physician leadership belongs to us all. Let’s not waste the opportunity to collaborate more closely for the change warranted in an industry that is so deeply personal for everyone. We, our patients, and our families will all benefit from these effort...
This article provides insights into how to coach elite professionals through the conflicts that will assuredly arise from their day-to-day interactions in a high-stress environment.
If the past three years have taught us anything, it is that an unanticipated crisis may present itself at any moment. How do we prepare for the unexpected?
How do we, as physician leaders, consider commonplace occurrences that may be harmful to patients and proactively assert our expertise on topics that are in the best interests of those patients we serve?
Patient readmission costs upwards of $17 billion annually and is a challenge that health systems must address if they are to achieve success in value transformation.
As value-based care continues to gain traction, physician leaders are playing an ever-increasing role in the financial success of their health systems.
The Role of Relationships in Driving Retention, Addressing Burnout, and Reaching Organizational Goals
Research into whether deeper relationships between clinicians and administrators could facilitate organizational change revealed that experiences that focus on bi-directional empathy and relationships address burnout, create trust and connection, and...
The Humanistic Bundle: A Process to Assess, Monitor, and Empower Team-Based Changes to Address Burnout in Healthcare
After several years of assessing and monitoring faculty burnout, engagement, work-life balance, and leadership performance, a physician-leader of a clinical division, decided to assess and monitor burnout. He coined the term “Humanistic Bundle” to de...