- Understand new solutions for engaging and motivating physicians
- Gain skills to lead physicians to change culture and change clinical practice
- Use the right incentives to motivate, align, and reward physicians
- Recognize and tackle systems barriers to breakthrough quality improvement and cost reduction
- Learn to make physician well-being and the avoidance of burnout goals of your clinical transformation initiatives
- Create a customized action plan for achieving clinical transformation in your own organization
Greeley speakers provide the perfect `titration’ of style and content. This information will provide the foundation to address the challenges of the next three years.— Jerry Kolins, MD, CMQO, Palomar Health, Escondido, CA
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Recognize the unsustainability of and burning platform for change in healthcare today
- Understand the meaning of clinical integration and clinical transformation
- Explain the value of making and addressing the systems diagnosis to improve quality and reduce costs
- Describe the issues involved in developing an approach to distributing a bonus pool that is fair and motivates and rewards needed changes in clinical care
- Explain the difference between transactional leadership and transformational leadership
- Describe an approach to identifying critical situations and the vital few practitioner behaviors that provide the greatest leverage to improve quality and reduce costs
8 AM to 12:30 PM: SEMINAR SESSION
Plenary Session: What We’re Doing in Healthcare Is Not Sustainable: Will you be part of the solution or part of the problem?
- Healthcare trends affecting physicians and hospitals
- The need to simultaneously cut costs and improve quality and safety
- Healthcare stands on a burning platform. Now what?
- What does it mean for each physician and every hospital to be part of the solution?
From Clinical Integration to Clinical Transformation: Evolution of a moving target
- What is clinical integration?
- Eye on the prize: Managing the total cost of care
- What is clinical transformation?
- Why does the difference matter?
- Why is clinical transformation the right goal?
In God We Trust; All Others Must Bring Data
- How to get and work with the data you need to transform clinical care (Round 1)
- What do you need to know?
- What will you measure to know it?
- What questions will the data need to answer?
- What will we do once we know the answers from the data?
12:30 PM: ADJOURN
Evening networking reception
7 AM to 7:45 AM: OPTIONAL SESSION: Controversies in Board Certification: MOC, Alternative Certifying Boards, and the Link (?) Between Board Certification and Quality. Open to all registrants at no extra fee for attending.
8 AM to 12:30 PM: SEMINAR SESSION
CASE STUDY #1: Making the System Diagnosis: Drivers and barriers for quality and cost
- Thinking differently: Systems engineering as part of the solution
- Eight barriers to effecting change
- REALLY putting the patient at the center
- How to get and work with the data you need to transform clinical care (Round 2)
- Understanding and using the 4-quadrant model to transform healthcare: Medical, psychological, social, and financial
CASE STUDY #2: Incentive Pool Design: How to use incentives to motivate, align, and reward
- What are you trying to accomplish with incentive pool design?
- Who should get how much of the bonus?
- Who decides?
12:30 PM: ADJOURN
8 AM to 12:00 PM: SEMINAR SESSION
Engaging Physicians: Why should I care? Why should I change?
CASE STUDY #3: Empathy, Burnout, and Physician Well-Being
- Moving from transactional leadership to transformational leadership
- Capturing physicians’ hearts and minds
- Physician well-being and resilience as a target of healthcare leadership
- Helping physicians rediscover the joy of medicine
CASE STUDY #4: The Vital Few: How to be an “Influencer”
- Which critical moments in patient care can make all the difference?
- What are the vital few practitioner behaviors in those critical moments for transforming quality, cost, and empathy?
Creating an Action Plan For When You Get Home
12:00 PM: ADJOURN
Agenda is subject to change
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
The Training Physicians to Lead Clinical Transformation offers CME/CE credits through several organizations:
- 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.
- National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS): Approved for up to 14 continuing education units.
- National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ): Approved by the National Association for Healthcare Quality for 11.75 CPHQ CE credits.
Visit our seminar continuing education page for more information.
Training Physicians to Lead Clinical Transformation is presented by Tarek Elsawy MD, FACP; Bradley M. Leonard, MD, MBA, FACC; Rick Sheff, MD; and Thomas Anthony, JD. Visit our seminar faculty page for detailed bios on the faculty for this and other Greeley programs.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any physician in, considering, or being groomed for a leadership role in your organization’s clinical transformation efforts should attend this seminar. Organizations will benefit the most when sending teams consisting of:
- Service line medical directors and administrative directors
- Service line co-management company leaders
- Leaders responsible for physician employment
- ACO, PHO, IPA and/or medical home leaders
- Those charged with implementing bundled payments
- Those working in physician-management dyads
- Physician executives and hospital executives