Volume 9, Issue 1
To own or rent? Several factors — financial and practical — play into the final decision.
A new year prompts us to consider new possibilities that may include novel ideas that are revolutionary in scale.
For physician leaders considering a different path, Frank Cohen and Owen Dahl reflect on the Seven Phases of Change in their book, Lean Six Sigma for Medical Practice.
Shortage of needed surgical supplies, surplus of capital equipment, and inefficient identification of end-of-life items can wreak havoc on a hospital’s finance and operations.
In our increasingly diverse world, clear communication is critical. The authors offer strategies for interacting effectively with patients from different cultural backgrounds.
Coaching skills and techniques are beneficial, but they do not replace you as a determinate of coaching success.
Our understanding of our thoughts, emotions, and actions can help us change how we feel about the patients who challenge us.
Is there a relationship between the percentage of primary care providers in a hospital setting and the 30-day readmission rates of COPD patients?
Five concrete, evidence-based tips for building an antiracist medical practice.
Physician leaders can learn from the ethical challenges and opportunities highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As physicians and as leaders, our desires, hopes, ambitions, and longings are often predicated on the basis of helping others live better, happier, and healthier lives.
Mandating vaccinations for COVID-19 can be challenging. Healthcare organizations should consider voluntary programs that motivate and encourage employees to comply.
Conflict resolution is essential to promote safe and effective delivery of care.
Women's support groups for resident physicians can bolster professional development, career advancement, networking opportunities, and more.
Applying for accreditation for a new program can be daunting. This checklist can help institutions ensure a smoother process.