January/February 2017 Issue
Why Best Practices Fail to Spread [Feature]

Most organizations want to get better, but most of their improvement efforts fail. Here's why.

November/December 2016 Issue
Physician Leadership Lessons From the Business World [Feature]

Every physician is a leader at some level. Here's how to be a better one.

January/February 2016 Issue
Why Your Health Care Team Doesn't Get Along [The Last Word]

Don’t ignore these common root causes of team conflict.

November/December 2015 Issue
How to Be a Leader When You Are Not "the" Leader [Employed Practice]

You can grow your influence and help your organization succeed by applying this one leadership concept.

September/October 2014 Issue
Five Steps for Building Your Leadership Skills [The Last Word]

You're already a leader in the exam room, but what about beyond?

May/June 2013 Issue
Generation Gap: Effectively Leading Physicians of All Ages [Feature]

The authors describe the challenge that physician leaders face in leading a workforce of four generational age-groups that each grew up in different socio-economic and political eras. The article suggests that to effectively lead, physician leaders must understand the differences between the generations and how best to attract, retain, and motivate individuals from each generation.

January/February 2013 Issue
Leadership in a Health Care Organization: Not Like Private Practice [Feature]

The author, who has long experience working for various large organizations after 14 years in private practice, offers advice for physicians on making the transition and functioning as part of a large organization with its own culture, history, politics, and ways of doing business.

January/February 2012 Issue
How Inclusive Leadership Can Help Your Practice Adapt to Change [Feature]

Drawing on their experience with a project designed to improve diabetes care in 40 small clinics, the authors emphasize the value and explain the principles of "inclusive leadership" -- the leadership style that involves encouraging all members of the group to speak up, especially those in the group that would not usually have their voices heard, and using this whole-group input as the basis for leadership.

Nov-Dec 2009 Issue
Creating a High-Quality, Low-Cost Health Care System: Lessons From Grand Junction, Colorado [Opinion]

Physicians who have been instrumental in making Grand Junction, CO, one of the lowest cost health care marketplaces in the country offer the secrets of Grand Junction's success.

Jul-Aug 2009 Issue
The Patient-Centered Medical Home: 12 Tips to Help You Lead the Way [Feature]

The article draws on the experiences of practices in the TransforMed National Demonstration Project and explains the changes they have made to become more patient centered.

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