New and Proven Medical Staff Models
New and Proven Medical Staff Models: Align Hospital, Physicians, and Community Goals
Sponsored by: HealthLeaders Magazine
Presented on December 15, 2008
Effective Medical Staff Models for Hospital, Physician, and Community Success
Hospital leaders are fast realizing that the traditional organized medical staff model doesn’t address all of today’s service, quality, and strategic business needs. But then what’s the new model?
Listen to HealthLeaders Media for this 90-minute webcast, New and Proven Medical Staff Models: Align Hospital, Physicians, and Community Goals. Our expert panelists share new original research of the most unique and effective medical staff models for hospital, physicians, and community success. Two case studies of hospitals that have created innovative medical staff models provide you with detailed information about how senior executives and physician leaders can work together to dramatically restructure the hospital-physician relationship. In addition, we provide you with a tool that can guide your organization toward establishing medical staff models you might never have considered before.
At the conclusion of this webcast, participants will be able to:
- Identify new medical staff models for your organization
- Engage physician leaders and senior executives in alignment strategies
- Restructure relationships with your medical staff
- Utilize a unique and practical tool for medical staff strategic planning
- Can the traditional organized medical staff achieve physician success, hospital success, and good care to the community?
- Today’s new medical staff models
- Case study of Yuma Regional Medical Center: Participating bond transactions as a tool for nonprofit hospitals to achieve physician equity with out creating more risk
- Can you preserve not-for-profit benefits with physician participation?
- To joint venture or not to joint venture?
- Equity vs. debt
- Step-by-step review of how to get the process started, pitfalls to watch for, and how to measure outcomes
- Case study of Baptist Hospital of Miami: Linking physician contracts, physician leadership training, and physician councils to align physician and hospital business goals
- Engaging physicians outside of the organized medical staff model
- Cultivating true physician leaders
- Contracting the business relationship
- An ongoing forum for working together
- A practical tool for strategic planning: Choose the right medical staff model(s) for your organization
- Q & A
Mark J. Hauser, MD, FACP, FCCP, is the vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer at Baptist Hospital of Miami in Miami, FL. He focuses on physician engagement strategies; medical staff leadership development, credentialing, and periodic performance review and feedback reports; patient satisfaction related to physician behaviors and interventions for unacceptable behavior; physician satisfaction with hospital operations; healthcare performance improvement; and controversies related to differentiating performance improvement from research. Prior to his position at Baptist Hospital and for more than 20 years, he practiced pulmonary medicine at a private practice in Miami.
Patrick T. Walz, CPA, is chief financial officer of Yuma Regional Medical Center in Yuma, AZ. He has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, including past positions as chief executive officer and chief operating officer—and has received awards as COO of the Year and CFO of the Year—working in Maricopa Integrated Health Systems, IASIS, Tenet, and ORNDA. Walz currently serves as a board member of Yuma Food Bank and as a member of the Yuma Chamber of Commerce Legislative Affairs Committee, AzHHA Legislative Affairs Committee, and AzHHA Patient Safety Task Force.
Richard A. Sheff, MD, CMSL, is the chairman and executive director of The Greeley Company in Marblehead, MA. Dr. Sheff utilizes his distinctive combination of more than 25 years of experience in medicine, healthcare management, and leadership to develop tailored and valued solutions to the unique needs of physicians and hospitals. He has consulted, authored, and lectured on a wide range of issues including governance, hospital and medical staff performance improvement, managing poor quality and disruptive physicians, patient safety and error reduction, credentialing, medical staff effectiveness and redesign, medical staff leadership development, strategic planning, and regulatory compliance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Hospital CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs; finance managers; hospital trustees and board members; physicians with management responsibilities; medical staff directors; VPMAs; physician relations, physician business development.
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