Imagine a world of healthcare where physicians are engaged and contributing at their full intellectual capacity. A world where physicians and their teams are happier because they feel heard – a world where physicians are active partners and collaborative leaders. As CEO of CTI’s Physician Leadership Institute, I’ve seen the power of strong physician engagement firsthand. I have also witnessed the problems that occur when physicians are not engaged, and it isn’t pretty. It is a safety threat. Engagement is critical in today’s ever-changing healthcare system. It can improve clinical outcomes, boost patient experience and safety scores, and promote a positive culture throughout the organization. A health system could improve its bottom line by nearly half a million dollars a year each time it successfully engages one of its less engaged physicians. Yet active engagement metrics among physicians are at a mere 10 percent. I believe we have been approaching engagement in healthcare all wrong. We’ve made it a metric and held our managers accountable over our physicians. But physicians are professionals and don’t need parents; they need partners. The book reveals real-life examples of leaders who have been successful at engaging their physicians by acting as partners: co-leading, co-creating, and working together to establish trust. It provides readers with a progressive roadmap that blends the art of leadership, neuroscience, language, and conversation.
It is time to go beyond engagement.
|Publisher:||Halo Publishing International|
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About the Author
Mo is the author of the international best-selling book, "Physician Leadership," The RX to Healthcare Transformation. He is the CEO and founder of the nationally recognized Physician Leadership Institute (PLI) dedicated to accelerating healthcare transformation through leadership and innovation. He is one of the top MG100 Coaches, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith's Pay It Forward project.
Mo's previous roles include Chief Transformation Officer and Chief Operating Officer (COO) for USF Health and has held successful leadership roles with General Electric Healthcare (NYSE: GE).
Mo lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife and two sons. His blog is found at: www.mokasti.com and he can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org