Investing in developing and involving physician leadership at all levels and aspects of the organization will reap broad benefits for your organization.
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This webinar covers the importance, attributes, benefits, and the organizational structure of an ideal employed physician leadership team.
To be successful, organizations must identify and cultivate key physician leaders who understand clinical, market, and economic issues.
Proficient physician leadership is a core element driving organizational success. This white paper focuses on employed physician network leadership.
Challenge The employed medical group of a highly successful hospital system in northeast Ohio requested assistance with catalyzing enhancement of its physician leadership and charting its future course to ensure success in the evolving healthcare environment. Specifically, the administration desired to promote collaborative group function, appropriately enhance the network infrastructure, improve practice operations, cultivate physician […]
Many health systems continue to struggle with their investment in physician practices. Millions of dollars in investments have brought some positive results — stabilized volumes and health system control, of sorts, over their physician complement. But the groups are slow to evolve to meet the challenges of value-based care, present significant management challenges, and are […]
Effectively building a high-performing employed physician network takes time and focus. Most networks are fraught with problems at every level and lack sufficient resources to ensure the production of value needed. The most common problems we see with employed networks are: Lack of overall strategy and strategic action plans; Weak group culture; Limited focus on […]
Physician engagement is a hot topic in healthcare today. For Clinically integrated networks (CINs), Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), health systems, hospitals, or employed physician networks, it’s the key ingredient for success, because it’s directly linked to achieving favorable outcomes. There are several different paths you can take to build physician engagement in your network. What […]
This case study demonstrates how to develop physician leadership in an employed physician network through creation of a physician advisory council. Background: This Southeastern hospital system serves a county with a population of about 500,000. They had a good-sized employed physician group, with well over 100 physicians, but most were hospital-based or specialists hired […]