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Physicians Leading | Leading Physicians

Tools to Live Your Values AND Succeed

Tools to give people in your organization a clarity of direction, the ability to work with each other, and the desire to build forward to serve a higher purpose. Continue reading…

Leadership

Reading List: Victor Montori

Mayo Clinic Professor of Medicine Victor Montori shares key papers that have shaped his thinking and his research team's work in evidence-based medicine, minimally disruptive medicine, and shared decision-making. Continue reading…

Leadership
Physicians Leading | Leading Physicians

Leadership for Complex Care: The Ship’s Ballast in Troubled Waters

How do we steer the ship of care when each team member thinks they’re the captain? Continue reading…

Leadership
Physicians Leading | Leading Physicians

Lessons in Leadership: What Makes Me Jealous

A social norm among Mayo Clinic physicians to answer their beepers immediately sparks excuses and admiration from others. Continue reading…

Leadership
Physicians Leading | Leading Physicians

Engaging Community Physicians in Innovation

Many physicians are simply unaware that innovation is a process and that entrepreneurship is a discipline. Continue reading…

Leadership
Physicians Leading | Leading Physicians

What Type of Leader Do I Wish to Be?

Surprisingly, insufficient attention is given to the skills that produce fine leaders. Continue reading…

Care Redesign
Relentless Reinvention

No Stories Without Data, No Data Without Stories

We must remember to listen to the stories of the human beings on the receiving end of the policies we develop. Continue reading…

Leadership 2016

Reading List: Leemore Dafny and Stephen Swensen

NEJM Catalyst New Marketplace Theme Leader Leemore Dafny and Leadership Theme Leader Stephen Swensen weigh in on the most influential and inspiring readings of their careers. Continue reading…

Patient Engagement
Technology to Empower Patients

Data Graphic: What Are the Most Effective Technologies in Patient Engagement Initiatives?

Members of the NEJM Catalyst Insights Council say that biometric measurement devices such as wireless scales or glucometers are the most effective. Continue reading…

Patient Engagement
Technology to Empower Patients

In Their Words: Where Is the Greatest Potential for Technology to Enable Patient Engagement?

Responses from a survey of NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members. Continue reading…

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