Historically, physician leadership often focused on medical staff management, serving in the roles of department chair or chief of staff, or on a medical society committee. While important, the skills required in these roles were associated with organizational management, local politics, and professional advocacy.
Now, in our dramatically changing healthcare landscape, physician leadership requires additional and more complex skills ranging from change management, Health IT expertise, systems redesign, performance improvement, business knowledge, as well as the classic leadership skillsets of organizational management and political savvy. Join us for this event, as we explore these new skills and how they can be developed by physicians aspiring to these new leadership roles.
During this session we will: