February 24, 2017

Top Trends in 2017 for Physicians and Healthcare Administrators

Anticipating top healthcare industry issues for the coming year is always interesting and a new U.S. president and administration make it even more so. If we […]
November 21, 2016

Going from Good to Great with Coaching

Leadership development is a multi-faceted process, which includes assessment, self-reflection, group learning, personal development, experiential projects, and sustainable practices. Each facet is important and the combination […]
November 21, 2016

MACRA Preparation Will Pay Either Way

The recent presidential election and impending change in administration and policy has, understandably, caused uncertainty about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and future CMS reimbursement policies. […]
September 22, 2016

The Engagement Roadmap: One Step at a Time

First, a simple and practical definition of engagement in the context of the workplace: engagement is emotional connection, involvement, and commitment, demonstrated in behaviors and leading […]
September 22, 2016

Trusting in Triads: The Natural Next Step for Integrated Leadership

Integrated leadership in healthcare usually refers to collaboration between an organization’s executive management team and its physicians, often referred to as dyad leadership. Dyad leadership surfaced […]
July 11, 2016

Call It Burnout or Abuse, The Cure is the Same

In perusing various blogs and websites concerned with issues affecting physicians, I recently re-read “Physician Burnout is Physician Abuse” by Dr. Pamela Wible, which I found […]