Volume 6, Issue 4
Sometimes, “good enough” is not good enough at all. That’s especially true in health care, and leaders know being perfect is essential.
A seasoned health care turnaround expert offers tips and advice for leaders who are new to the role of professional fixer, or those who want to move into that type of position.
Enter a brave new world and discover the benefits of universal coverage, deep-learning artificial intelligence, and solutions to pharmaceutical affordability — all of which is within our grasp.
Health care leaders have a responsibility to act in the interest of their organizations, and cybersecurity should be primary. The first step is understanding the threats and taking steps to minimize them.
Information flow can be overwhelming, but the intelligence gained can also be exceedingly beneficial when managed effectively.
Health policy changes have influenced insurance coverage and reimbursement, while medical education debt has simultaneously gone unchecked. How has this burden influenced employment plans?
Successful leaders recognize that effective decision-making in their organizations will always involve conflict: in ideas, in approaches and in how ideas are deployed. Here’s how to make the most of it.
The operating room is a prime location for implementing Lean processes to reduce inefficiencies and improve patient safety. A timed delivery Kanban card system can lead to improvements.
We have to be experts in many areas — data, evidence and emotional intelligence, as well as mentoring, advising, influencing and managing our colleagues.
VTE is a significant cause of preventable harm, and prophylaxis for at-risk patients improves patient safety. Discover the impact on patient risk stratification for VTE resulting from a management guideline.
The recent kidney transplant from one HIV-positive patient to another has presented opportunities for physician leaders to make their opinions known about state prohibitions.
The ability to recognize and manage one’s emotions is critical to a physician leader’s success. Learn how reading poems in a leadership journal club can contribute to the development of emotional intelligence.