- As healthcare transitions toward value-based payment models, this program will equip physician leaders with new knowledge and skills to be more effective in their evolving roles in healthcare leadership
Solving medical staff problems is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution. It represents the wise choice of many alternatives.—Adapted from John Ruskin, Scientist, Writer, Philosopher
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Build and lead successful teams composed of physicians and non-physicians
- Employ self-awareness and self-regulation to enhance their leadership effectiveness
- Utilize understanding personality differences to best motivate others to succeed in their roles
- Understand and work with the sources of power and influence in organizations
- Recognize complex adaptive systems and how to lead from within them
- Describe strategies for rebuilding trust between parties once it is broken
- Demonstrate the ability to make sound financial decisions that balance effective patient care and provider success
- Assess the financial performance of services and products
- Conduct an effective negotiation
How to Build and Manage Effective Teams
- Matching tasks and talents
- Engaging and aligning the team to the organization
- Understanding interdependence in your organization
- Moving from a dysfunctional team to a functional team
How to Recognize and Strengthen Your Leadership Skills
- How do you do your work?
- Managing yourself
- Self-mastery = Self-awareness + Self-regulation + Self-motivation
- How do you work with others?
- Understanding and using emotional intelligence
- The use and abuse of personality inventories
- How to build on your strengths and manage your vulnerabilities
How to Understand and Work With Power and Influence (With and Without Authority)
- How to identify and optimize your sources of power
- How to utilize influence and motivation
How to Build Trust in You and the Team
- Why is trust the one thing that changes everything?
- How to earn the trust of others
- How to earn trust in your team
- How to rebuild trust once it’s been broken
4:30 PM: ADJOURN
How to Make Sound Financial Decisions
- Case Study: The unprofitable service: What do the numbers mean? How can we fix it? How to understand and use:
- Fixed vs. variable Costs
- Contribution margins
- Breakeven analysis
- Identifying leverage for cost per case
- Diagnosing and reducing cost drivers
- Case Study: The new technology: Should we buy one? How to understand and use:
- Return on investment
- Payback period
- Net present value
How to Negotiate Successfully Without Creating a “Win or Lose” Outcome
- Negotiation Case Study: Who gets the hospitalists when there aren’t enough to go around?
- Negotiation Case Study: Determining the salary for a newly hired physician
- Negotiation Case Study: I need that/But I need it too
- Mediation Case Study: Who decides what equipment will be bought for the new operating rooms?
- Negotiation Lessons Learned
Taking the Tools Home: What will you do differently because of what you’ve learned?
11:00 AM: ADJOURN
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
The Advanced Physician Leadership Retreat offers CME/CE credits as follows:
- Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) for a maximum of 11.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
- American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE): Eligible for self-reported ACHE Qualified Education Credit upon application for advancement or recertification.
Visit our seminar continuing education page for more information.
The Advanced Physician Leadership Retreat is presented by David P. Tarantino, MD, MBA and Andrew J. Curtin, MD, MBA. Visit our seminar faculty page for detailed bios on the faculty for this and other Greeley programs.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experienced, new, and prospective medical directors; service line leaders; employed physician group leaders, ACO/CIN leaders; physician-management dyad leaders; clinical transformation leaders; CMOs/VPMAs; and medical staff officers and department chairs