How to Become a Leader in Your Health System

Event Time: Saturday May 4, 2019 11:00 am to 11:45 am
ELA Type: Policy, Practice, and Performance: Staying Ahead of Change
Topic(s): Practice, Policy, and Ethics, Business of Neurology
Director(s): Eric Cheng MD, MS, FAAN, Lyell Jones MD, FAAN
Description: The "triple-threat" ideal in academic medicine is defined as being an excellent clinician, teacher, and researcher. However, to become a leader in a health system, one needs to become familiar with a different set of topics that are not typically covered during training: organization structure and reporting lines (i.e., hospital versus school), finances (i.e., health system funds flow), quality (i.e., health system metrics), regulatory (i.e., hospital accreditation), and health IT. Two leaders at their health system give their perspective on these topics as well as advice to those who are interested in health system leadership.
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CME Credits: 0
Core Competencies: Systems-Based Practice

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