Performance Improvement: Why Physicians Must Lead in a Value-Driven Health Care System

Thursday, April 19, 2018

With an ever-changing health care landscape, one thing is certain, organizations must adapt and continuously improve performance in a value driven health care system. In this webinar, Dr. Byron Scott, Deputy Chief Health Officer with Simpler Consulting, IBM Watson Health and Board member with the American Association for Physician Leadership, discusses why it is critical for physicians to be actively involved in health care performance improvement, why they must develop competencies to lead change in health care systems, and shares examples of how a management system can engage physicians and other stakeholders in performance improvement.

Presenter

Byron Scott, MD, MBA, photo

Byron Scott, MD, MBA

Deputy Chief Health Officer

Simpler Consulting, IBM Watson

Board of Directors, American Association for Physician Leadership

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