Nicolas C. Restrepo, Howard Green & Mary Jane Kornacki
What difference can one individual make? Plenty. Two doctor leaders discuss the impact one colleague’s bequest — earmarked for physician development — has had on their institution’s quality and safety program.
A physician executive recalls what she learned from an assessment of her leadership style early in her career and challenges as a woman leader in a traditionally male-dominated profession.
James L. Reinertsen & Mary Jane Kornacki
A former hospital system CEO reflects on the challenge of getting individual hospitals to function as a true system.
Michael Shabot & Mary Jane Kornacki
Multi-hospital Memorial Hermann Health System’s CMO married the system’s demonstrated operational excellence with an audacious quality and safety agenda.
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Jessica Wisdom & Henry Wei
Psychological safety is the key to teamwork.
U.S. Army Col. Joseph S. Pina & Mary Jane Kornacki
A U.S. Army Medical Corps Colonel reflects on leveling the status differences that both military rank and professional hierarchy confer.
Howard Green & Mary Jane Kornacki
A chief of service at a community hospital recalls his experience of leadership in action while in the Marine Corps.
Peter J. Pronovost & Christine G. Holzmueller
To accelerate the translation of evidence into practice, we need to link biomedical research to improvement science. In this way, health care professionals can think like research scientists to solve puzzles and like engineers to solve problems, thereby improving patient outcomes.
Alex Baker, Kelly Cronin, Patrick H. Conway, Karen B. DeSalvo, Rahul Rajkumar & Matthew J. Press
How private and public stakeholders must synchronize their efforts to achieve setting-agnostic coordinated care.
Gary S. Kaplan & Mary Jane Kornacki
A successful physician executive recalls two pivotal moments in his organization’s transformation.