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MEDI coaches bring forward a significant amount of experience to their clients’ coaching journey. But not only do we have significant knowledge and application of coaching and leadership, we bring deep experiences from and exposure to the healthcare industry. Learn from our coaches, who lead from the intersection of healthcare and leadership.

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Articles & Webinars

Healthcare Leaders: Built to Thrive

“Leaders who believe they can [succeed] without any formal training often succeed for some time, but eventually will encounter critical situations they are not prepared to handle alone. Then they urgently seek the resources to help them succeed, often too late to salvage a career.” ~ Journal of Healthcare Leadership Not all leadership development approaches...
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WEBINAR: Move Beyond Traditional Physician-Hospital Relationships

The symbiotic relationship between hospitals and physicians has been complicated by new technology, changes to care delivery models, and the emergence of new management priorities. During this webinar, hear from Robert Porter, senior vice president and executive coach with MEDI Leadership, and Matt Troup, president and CEO of Conway (Ark.) Regional Health System, about how...
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Blog Posts

How one hospital reversed physician burnout and attrition

When we first met, administrators at Conway Regional Health faced a pending physician exodus and the possibility of a 40% revenue loss — significant challenges for incoming CEO Matt Troup. We sat down with Troup and his team as they described how they reversed physician dissent and replaced distrust with a thriving partnership. The challenge:...
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Ferrari or Rainforest? Why Many “Best” Practices Fail in Healthcare Leadership

Pandemic or no pandemic, you might have noticed that applying a “best practice” from someplace else sometimes fails to produce significant, sustainable improvements in your “place.” After decades of herculean efforts, often drawing upon the free exchange of “best practices,” in U.S. healthcare we’re still far behind what we’d hoped to achieve in clinical outcomes,...
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