Volume 8, Issue 4
Two health systems at the forefront of population health management share how their experiences in 2020 will influence their work going forward.
Humanism is an essential attribute society should not forget; humility is an attribute individuals should always remember. Physician leaders have the opportunity to promote both.
It is time we put physicians’ health at the forefront of healthcare transformation. Physicians cannot heal and lead if they are in the grips of suffering from trauma exposure.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Office of Inspector General recently issued the highly anticipated final rules to modernize and clarify the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute. Here’s what it means for physician leaders.
The lessons from COVID-19 outline a path forward toward sustainable, high-quality healthcare. Physician leaders should lead this evolution.
With leadership, teamwork, and quick planning, Gracie Square Hospital in New York City was the first behavioral health care unit in an acute care setting to manage the COVID-19 crisis.
If not well-thought-out, many recruitment efforts are doomed to failure before they start. Here are some steps to guide a more successful recruitment process.
The authors propose 10 practical and actionable strategies that emerging physician leaders can implement and tailor to their organization to advance the quality agenda.
Up to five generations are working together in the healthcare workforce today. Diversity management strategies can help ensure low friction and high productivity.
This blueprint for aspiring physician executives provides residents interested in a career in leadership a core set of competencies that will prepare them to lead in the healthcare setting.