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How Physicians Lead Change

How Physicians Lead Change

How Physicians Lead Change

Paul Tahari, MD, MBA in collaboration with the American Association for Physician Leadership
Paul Tahari, MD, MBA in collaboration with the American Association for Physician Leadership
on behalf of American Association for Physician Leadership

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Launch date: 03 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 22 Aug 2018

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How Physicians Lead Change answers three fundamental questions about leadership – what is it? How is it used? And what type of change can effective leaders create? Physicians who explore the content in this course will have access to the step-by-step process that leaders use to initiate, validate and perpetuate positive change for themselves and the people they work with. Content includes tactics for communicating change, gaining buy-in, leveraging failure as a tool for progress and how to grow as a leader.

Objectives

On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Identify the 7 Measures of Physician Leadership
2. Compare and contrast leadership, management and authority
3. Apply the blueprint for initiating and managing successful change
Paul Tahari, MD, MBA in collaboration with the American Association for Physician Leadership

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Paul Tahari, MD, MBA in collaboration with the American Association for Physician Leadership
on behalf of American Association for Physician Leadership

How to Lead Physicians was created by Paul Tahari, MD, MBA in collaboration with the American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL). Paul Tahari Paul Taheri, MD, MBA, is Chief Executive Officer of Yale Medicine, and a Deputy Dean at the Yale School of Medicine, providing leadership for a rapidly expanding physician organization that combines the best compassionate care with the latest in advancing medicine. He joined Yale Medicine from University of Vermont (UVM), where he was President and CEO of the UVM Medical Group in Burlington, and Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, as well as a professor of surgery. Before that he was Division Chief of Trauma, Burn and Critical Care, and then Vice Chair of Surgery at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he completed his MBA at the Ross School of Business. Dr. Taheri, who is originally from Buffalo, N.Y., completed his medical degree at New York University and his general surgical residency at Tulane University. Yale Medicine’s CEO is also the past chair of the Group on Faculty Practices for the Association of American Medical Colleges and an examiner for the American Board of Surgery. He has lectured broadly on various business topics, including cost of care, physician leadership and system optimizations.



AAPL was founded in 1975, and over the last four decades, the organization has provided leadership-focused curriculum and coaching to physicians who want to create positive change in themselves and their teams. We hold the belief that at some level, all physicians are considered leaders. Our Association helps to deliver on this societal expectation by maximizing the potential of physician leadership to help create personal and organizational transformation that benefits patient outcomes and improves health care internationally.

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  • Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
  • 1.00 Credits

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