By

Kathy Gibala
How Healthcare Leaders Thrive Through Mergers and Acquisitions Are you a leader in an organization that is involved in a merger with another organization? If so, you may be feeling uncertainty around your organization and your role. As an executive coach I often see very talented leaders in this situation. And I frequently hear them...
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Most discussions of decision-making assume that only senior executives make decisions or that only senior executives’ decisions matter. This is a dangerous mistake.   –Peter Drucker Decisions. As a leader you make them all day, every day. But how clear are you, really, about the decision-making authority you have in your role? What about your direct...
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… What leaders really do is prepare organizations for change and help them cope as they struggle through it. – John Kotter, Harvard Business Review As a senior leader in healthcare, you often find yourself at the forefront of change. You personally grapple with changes in the industry, within your organization, and even perhaps your...
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Observations on the benefits of team-based care and making the transition to it Why Team-Based Care? Over the past several years a lot has been written and done around team-based care. A few of the reasons for this increased focus include: the changing healthcare industry landscape; the shift to value-based care; Quadruple Aim goals (raising...
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Shared responsibility between individual physicians and the organization Physician burnout is a complex issue and a growing concern across the country. The statistics are alarming. For example, according to a Mayo Clinic study conducted in partnership with the American Medical Association, between 2011 and 2014 there was an almost 10-point increase in physicians who reported...
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