Presented by some of the country’s most motivational and effective physician leadership educators, this fast-paced three-day program will orient new department chairs, medical directors, credentials and quality committee members, medical staff officers, and MEC members to their important responsibilities. It is also an ideal way to prepare developing medical staff leaders to assume leadership positions. Participants will gain renewed energy and commitment to their leadership tasks and will leave ready to lead the medical staff.
June 13-15, 2013: Training Physicians to Lead Clinical Integration: Achieve Breakthrough Improvements in Quality While Reducing Costs for Your Employed Physicians, ACO, Medical Home, and Service Lines
Clinical integration, the advancement of physician-hospital collaboration to increase the quality and decrease the costs of providing care, is harder than it looks. And physician leadership in clinical integration is imperative for success in the impending pay for value world we face. This practical, how-to program goes beyond buzz words and analysis to teach participants the critical skills necessary to achieve breakthrough improvements in quality while reducing costs. Learn from some of the nation’s best healthcare leadership educators how to break down physician-management silos, lead change, manage physician performance, and achieve a culture of accountability.
Peer Review Boot Camp is offered in a newly expanded format in response to requests for more clinical case reviews and case studies, as well as additional time for discussion. Designed to offer in-depth training for physicians recently appointed to peer review positions, leaders with peer review responsibilities who need to train their committee members, and hospital staff supporting the peer review process, the program is taught by physicians who have worked with hundreds of medical staff peer review committees. Other changes include an expanded focus on FPPE and OPPE including physician performance management, peer review in ambulatory care and ACOs, and the opportunity for attendees to submit case topics that hit close to home.