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Leading Teams

Quality healthcare leadership is needed now more than ever. What are healthcare leaders and teams doing to generate high performance, synergy, and camaraderie in a time of change?

Nirav Shah head shot Stanford - AI in medicine and team care

Care Redesign

What AI Means for Doctors and Doctoring

Physicians must hone the “four Cs” — critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity — when leveraging AI as a new partner in their care teams.

Responsiveness of senior leadership to clinician feedback

Leadership

Survey Snapshot: How Do You Know if a Clinician Is Engaged?

The NEJM Catalyst Insights Council discusses strategies for clinical engagement.

The Largest Share of Organizations Do Not Have a Formal Strategy for Clinician Engagement

Leadership

Leadership Survey: Why Clinicians Are Not Engaged, and What Leaders Must Do About It

Clinician engagement is vital for improving clinical quality and patient satisfaction, as well as the job satisfaction of clinicians themselves. Yet nearly half of health care organizations are not very effective or not at all effective at clinician engagement.

Rowe01_pullquote - clinician well-being - fighting clinician burnout and creating culture of wellness takes all stakeholders

Leadership

Defending the Term “Burnout”: A Useful Tool in the Quest to Ease Clinician Suffering

Health care leaders must take a preemptive approach to clinician well-being that is supported by all stakeholders and prioritized on an equal footing with essential clinical and financial measures.

Physician Incentives - Importance of the Why - John Jenrette Talk Still

Care Redesign

Physician Incentives: Importance of the Why

When moving health care providers forward in the world of value-based care and population health, everything must start with asking why.

Abigail Geisinger Scholars Program for Medical Students -Ryu02_pullquote

Leadership

Why a Teaching Hospital Offers an Employment-Based Tuition Waiver Program

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine subsidizes medical students’ education in exchange for their willingness to practice at Geisinger Health System.

Returning to the Meaning of Medicine - Three Pivots - Challenging Our Beliefs - Anna Roth Talk Still

Care Redesign

Returning to the Meaning of Medicine: Three Pivots

The Health Director for Contra Costa County recounts her journey from nurse during the AIDS epidemic to hospital CEO and addresses the need for moral recovery from burnout to return people back to the purpose of medicine.

Health Care Organizational Culture Emphasizes Patient Care Only Slightly More Than the Bottom Line

Leadership

Survey Snapshot: Who Should Lead Culture Change?

NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members feel that culture change at their organizations is heading in the right direction, but differ on who it should come from, and reveal too much balance between emphasis on bottom line and emphasis on patient care.

Culture Change Within Health Care Organizations Is Changing for the Better

Leadership

Leadership Survey: Organizational Culture Is the Key to Better Health Care

Although three-quarters of Insights Council survey respondents say culture change is a high or moderate priority at their organizations, survey results show a lot of work on organizational culture remains to be done.

IHI HPMS Visual Management Board Example

Leadership

The Answer to Culture Change: Everyday Management Tactics

Adoption of a clear rhythm-of-performance measurement and communication via huddles and visual management can affect a culture of staff engagement and continuous value improvement.

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