Align decision-making at
the board and executive level
through the contribution
of your physicians and providers at your practice.
“Due to increasing demand for executives with clinical knowledge, hospitals/health systems see physicians as valuable leadership resources” —B.E. Smith Executive Brief
Intentional strategy culminates to develop physician leaders, build individual leadership capacity and lead healthcare as an industry of operations in medicine.
“There is an opportunity through physician engagement — whether with employed or independent physicians — to improve patient access, customer service, quality and costs.” —Stephen Moore, CMO St. Luke’s Houston
Assess the commitment of your physicians.
Be confident that your most valued partners to the organization have a voice to support their commitment.
“[Self-managed] organizations set up structures and practices in which people have high autonomy in their domain, and are accountable for coordinating with others.” —Frederic Laloux
APPLY NOW for our June 2016 Course
Fundamentals of Sustainability for Physician Leaders
06/23/2016 – 06/25/2016 | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Collaboration between LEAD the difference and Pinchot University
Value-based Leadership: Responsible, Integrated, Restorative Strategies
Intent of Course: Prepare and introduce physicians to be leaders of value creation and risk management using environmental and social impact through the system of healthcare business. To facilitate learning of dialogue and decision making about creating value and reducing waste.
Designed For: Physicians interested in the value challenge and the intersection of innovative sustainability practices that reduce cost and restore resources.