Volume 10, Issue 2
Meet Elizabeth J. Warner, MD, FACP, CPE, a practitioner of operational excellence in healthcare settings for more than 20 years.
As you embark upon this new phase of life, you are likely activating plan A. But as we all know, sometimes things don’t always go as planned. So, Plan B and maybe even plan C need to be considered in case unforeseen events occur to alter plan A.
Balance your work and personal lives with these 23 tips.
I am often asked what is required to be a CMO. There isn’t a recipe or an algorithm. In fact, that shouldn’t even be the question. The real concern should be what it takes to be a great CMO.
A variety of leadership paradigms can be applied to teaching in the clinical setting.
As we embark on another new year, a common question asked in many of these circles is, “What are the most important challenges facing healthcare?”
The good news is that as effective strategies to reduce burnout and job dissatisfaction are emerging, organizations can improve physicians’ work lives and improve retention.
Well-intentioned but ultimately misguided actions over recent decades have contributed to today’s opioid epidemic.
Leadership is markedly different from medical practice, and there remains a paucity of exposure to leadership skill development for physicians.
Vaccine hesitancy has long been an obstacle to achieving equitable vaccine coverage. But global efforts to address it are relatively recent.
Enhance your leadership skills with the CPI 260© Assessment developed by The Myers Briggs Co.
A novel residency-focused QI curriculum was implemented to help emergency medicine residents develop foundational skills in QI and to translate these skills into practical projects that span multiple disciplines.