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With industry shifts over the last decade, the dynamic between physicians and their administrators has strained and many physicians feel, now more than ever, that they have less of a voice in how healthcare is administered. Because of this, progressive healthcare systems have resolved to create more opportunities for physicians to play a leadership role in the extended administration of an organization.
Physician leadership development is a complex term and an even more complex process to implement. An effective organization does not simply expect physicians to conform to a tight executive mold, but rather the organization must model its system to adapt to a new era of leader advocated needs.
The alignment and performance of the executive leadership team (ELT) can make or break the short- and long-term success of an organization. This is why it is crucial for CEOs to focus on accelerating the effectiveness of the ELT.
Most CEOs inherit a leadership team. And most organizations have an executive team full of bright, hardworking, experienced leaders.
The new year kicks off and so does your hope of achieving all your goals. As the months speed by you remain hopeful that you can regroup and still achieve most or all of those goals. Then, somehow before you know it December is upon us and you still have a few things you didn’t get accomplished.
There are often many reasons goals are not achieved, but in many cases planning is the culprit. Being strategic about your …
“What is the most important quality of an effective physician leader?”
That’s a great conceptual question for healthcare providers to consider but, to be helpful, it needs practical answers from the people doing the work – the physicians themselves.
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