ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Management of physicians
In an era of patient-centered medical homes and value-based care, the old approach to physician orientation just doesn’t cut it.
Learning what makes physicians of different eras tick can go a long way toward making them happy and productive.
The most effective leaders realize that everyone's input is valuable.
Effectively addressing a colleague's impairment requires care, planning and courage.
It takes the right people to do the right stuff.
Your practice can hire the best candidates by knowing its needs and anticipating theirs.
Your clinical and financial success may depend on work relationships within your practice.
Begin by understanding what makes them tick.
Find out how one group created an orientation program that assimilates new doctors more quickly and creates an increased sense of loyalty.
In QI, enacting a positive change within your practice isn't the end. You must continue moving forward.