Physician Engagement

Are You Paying Enough Attention to Physician Engagement?

McAllister Dianne

With a predicted shortage of physicians over the next several years, and increasing concern over physician burnout, a group of savvy thought leaders are focusing on improving physician satisfaction and engagement. Physicians are responsible for making most decisions related to patient care. Yet medical staff members often aren’t involved in the broader decision-making process around Read More

Why Physician Engagement Is an Essential Part of Your Health System’s Equation

McAllister Dianne

// By Lisa D. Ellis // With a predicted shortage of physicians over the next several years, and increasing concern over physician burnout, a group of savvy thought leaders are focusing on improving physician satisfaction and engagement. Physicians are responsible for making most decisions related to patient care. Yet medical staff members often aren’t involved Read More

Tackle Physician Burnout with Proactive Solutions

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Physician burnout is a hot topic, but effective solutions have been more elusive. In March 2017, 10 CEOs of the nation’s most prominent health systems examined physician burnout, proposing an 11-item call to action (Health Affairs). In a new article, Susan Emerson, senior vice president of strategic planning and business development at Private Health News/MedNews Read More

Physician Well-Being — Moving from Whispers in the Hallway to Support

Sharon C. Kiely, MD, senior vice president, medical affairs, and chief medical officer at Stamford Health

// By Susan Emerson // Physician burnout is a hot topic, but effective solutions have been more elusive. In March 2017, 10 CEOs of the nation’s most prominent health systems examined physician burnout, proposing an 11-item call to action (Health Affairs). The Collaborative for Healing and Renewal in Medicine published an eight-step framework this year Read More

How Physician Relations Can Build Value Into Every Visit

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An ideal visit between a physician liaison and a physician ends with both parties believing the visit was a valuable use of their limited time.

That’s why building value into every visit is so important, not just for the liaison, but for the physician. If they feel meeting with you is a good use of their time, they’ll do it again. If not, your next meeting might be with their gatekeeper. Respect their time and they’ll give you more of it.

Read this whitepaper to learn the details of these 7 actionable steps to building value into your meetings

  • Have a goal for every meeting
  • Prepare for every meeting
  • Adapt to the connecting style of your prospects
  • Create impactful conversations
  • Create value for both sides
  • Establish credibility
  • Be proactive

 
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Modernizing Physician Alignment Strategies with Data Analytics

Modernizing Physician Alignment Strategies with Data Analytics

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If your organization has not started executing a well-designed, well-funded physician alignment program, it cannot compete for the best physicians.

Real physician alignment is difficult to achieve. Success must start at the top. Today’s health system C-suite executives are realizing they have the ability and the responsibility to contribute to physician alignment efforts.

To achieve both physician alignment and optimize patient care, you must have a view into physician activity and referrals. Understanding physician behavior provides the basis for more meaningful dialogue with physicians.

Download this eBook to learn how to achieve better physician alignment through the use of data analytics to:

  • Utilize relevant data-driven intelligence to conduct meaningful dialogue with physicians
  • Identify baseline issues that negatively impact physician and patient satisfaction Improve referral rates
  • Help your institution achieve its revenue goals

 
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The ROI of Physician Relationship Management

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To drive growth by increasing referrals, hospitals look to the team that develops and maintains physician relationships, frequently referred to as “Physician Relations Managers” or “Physician Liaisons.”

But no matter their titles, their mandate has been clear: Cultivate relationships with doctors that will lead to an increase in cases being referred.

But which doctors? In which service lines? And what kinds of cases? And what touch points?

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Why Better Physician Onboarding Leads To Higher Profits

Matt Humphrey

Serving the central and northeast regions of Pennsylvania, Geisinger Health System is one of the largest rural health systems in the nation, operating nine hospitals, along with a 1,200 member multi-specialty group practice, two research centers, and a 467,000-member health plan. While some hospitals communicate with providers themselves, Geisinger decided to try a different approach, Read More

Rural Health System Maximizes Profits Through Better Physician Onboarding; Can You Cut Your New Docs’ Time to Profit by 78%?

By Lisa D. Ellis Relationships are the focus of attention at Geisinger Health System—and not just with patients, but also with its practitioners and specialists. In fact, aligning with providers, as well as with all of the internal service lines, is a key part of the organization’s strategy, enabling everyone to work collaboratively within the Read More