Questions with Physician Leaders: Leading with Professional Accountability

Understanding and addressing individual and group behavior is essential in order for teams to meet their goals and serve their patients. The AHA’s Physician Alliance has interviewed several clinician leaders to understand how hospital leaders can make medicine kinder, safer, and more reliable


 

 

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