Physician Burnout and the Loss of Collegial Relationships: A Reversible Trend?

Posted: February 08, 2016
Published by Richard Rubin , MD, MBA, CPHQ

Related categories Physician Integration

For me it began in the early ‘90’s. I was new in practice, excited, and eager to meet colleagues. I introduced myself to physicians and nurses in the hospital both to meet them and also let them know that I was available to take on new patients. Most of my relationships in the community were formed in the hospital. I discussed interesting cases and referrals with specialists - all was good. And then, it changed.
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Rx for Healthcare Woes – Build Engagement or Combat Burnout? Yes!

Posted: January 28, 2016
Published by --

Related categories Physician Integration

I realize that an either-or question is not usually answered with a ‘yes’. But, my point is that there is a problem in the way that this question is framed. And that is imminently understandable, as many proponents of healthcare improvement strategies often fall into one or the other frame of reference. CEOs and many business consultants are oriented from the leadership paradigm, and naturally look to enhance engagement with their physicians and nurses. This is an imperative in making healthcare delivery more functional.
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Leadership Development: 4 Characteristics of Effective Training (Part 2 of 2)

Posted: January 26, 2016
Published by Mark Noon , BS, MA

Related categories Leadership Development Teams

John D. Rockefeller, Jr. once said, “The secret of success is to do the common things uncommonly well.” In other words, master the basics.
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The Real Cost of Emergency Department Physician Turnover

Posted: January 25, 2016
Published by Sachin Shah , MD, MBA, FAAEM

Related categories Physician Integration , ED Strategies

According to a May 2015 poll released by the American College of Emergency Physicians, three-quarters of the more than 2,000 physicians surveyed reported higher emergency visits from the previous year1. In an already fast-paced and at times, stressful environment, this increase in patient volume can contribute to physician stressors. Time constraints, longer practicing hours, reduced work/life blend, can all lead to decreased physician engagement, satisfaction, burnout and turnover.
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Better Together: Framework and Engine (Part Two)

Posted: January 25, 2016
Published by Kris Ann Piazza

Related categories Leadership Development Teams

Last week, we explored the first part of a two-tiered Studer Group solution to help organizations transform into a culture that achieves and sustains results: (Tier 1) the Evidence-Based LeadershipSM (EBL) Framework for foundational leadership alignment, action and accountability. In this second installment, we will explore (Tier 2) the Driving Performance Model as the engine that powers effective execution of framework components.
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