Accountability Leadership for the Healthcare Team
Sara M. Bolton, MD, Gary Chinman, MD, Sanjiv Chopra, MD, MACP, Donald A. Davidoff, PhD, Tim Havens, MD, Cynsie Kraines, Gerald A. Kraines, MD, Matt Lahaie, MD, JD, Ranna I. Parekh, MD, MPH, Manjola Ujkaj, MD, PhD
Accountability Leadership for the Health Care Team provides an innovative model for leadership, management, and working effectiveness in complex health-care systems. The focus is on bridging the gap between diversified—and sometimes competing—disciplines in order to work productively and achieve a health-care organization’s overall goals. The five-day program explores various types of accountabilities and authorities found in roles throughout clinical institutions; the course presents straightforward leadership practices to meet those accountabilities. The seminar explores—in-depth—effective leadership of individuals, teams, crossfunctional processes, and whole organizations—especially hospitals. The course incorporates many interactive learning modalities, including didactic lectures, small-group discussions, problem-solving sessions, discussions of cases submitted by seminar participants, Q&A, and group case reviews.
- Analyze current organizational practices and develop strategies to achieve an organization’s overall goals.
- Implement processes to promote employee productivity and teamwork.
- Utilize management strategies in different types of health-care systems (with varied accountabilities and authorities).
- Manage team-working practices in each type of health-care organization.
- Collaborate and achieve consensus in complex work environments with multiple, competing demands and requirements.
- Implement systematic coaching and mentoring strategies to enhance employee effectiveness.
- Apply productivity principles across multi-level, cross-functional managerial units.
- Implement leadership strategies within an accountability framework.
Beth Israel Deaconess Department of Psychiatry Foundation, Inc./Contact Hours: 38.5
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