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How do you get your group to defy the status quo and act on good ideas? It starts with vision, teamwork and some fire in the belly.
Argues that no physician can "just practice medicine" in the sense of ignoring management aspects of practice
From master’s programs to certificate programs to CME courses, the options are plentiful. But what’s right for you?
You can hate your boss, kiss up to your boss or learn to manage your boss. Only one of these options is worth it for everyone in the long run.
This article describes how a multi-specialty group successfully handled a financial crisis at their institution using a "bottom-up" decision making process.
This group thrives by keeping doctors in control and by putting the interests of primary care physicians first.
Your clinical practice has planted the seeds of leadership skills, but they need intensive cultivation to flourish.
This article will give salaried FPs advice on how they can overcome institutional roadblocks to gaining positions of leadership in health care organizations.
The article explains the importance of having a shared vision to guide a practice's efforts toward quality patient care.