Physician Alliance Summary of 2018 Activities

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Since its launch in January, the AHA Physician Alliance has:

 

leadwell           

Highlighted successful co-leadership models to help the field lead well

by examining CNO and CMO partnership – or dyad – models that move organizations beyond typical, siloed management styles. Developed in partnership with the American Organization of Nurse Executives and the American Association for Physician Leadership, an initial report outlined best practices and more resources, including podcasts, an assessment, and toolkit will be released this winter

 

be well           

Fostered resilience in physician/executive leadership teams enabling them to be well

through knowledge hub, podcasts and case examples. Additionally, the Physician Leadership Experience event, available exclusively to Alliance members, teaches physician and administrative executives how to first lead themselves, positively changing how teams interact, and improving job satisfaction levels throughout entire organizations.

 

care well           

Helped clinical teams care well

through a high-value care collaborative that provides strategic advice, coaching and technical support to organizations looking to reduce inappropriate care and hard-wire changes into workflow. This 12-month, virtual collaborative is in partnership with Choosing Wisely and Costs of Care.

 

 

 

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