Greeley Guide to New Medical Staff Models Solutions for Changing Physician-Hospital Relations

ISBN-10: 160146245X
ISBN-13: 9781601462459
Edition: 2008
List price: $129.00
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Book details

List price: $129.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Opus Communications
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 192
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

The Greeley Guide to New Medical Staff Models: Solutions for Changing Physician-Hospital Relations provides a roadmap for hospital and medical staff leaders to develop new medical staff models that better meet today's challenges than medical staff models of the past. Written by two of the top leaders in the field, this book and CD-ROM set includes strategies, tools, and step-by-step action plans to help you: Improve physician-hospital relations, Define the roles of the board, management, and medical staff in achieving hospital and physician success, Renegotiate the physician-hospital compact, Deal with physician-hospital and physician-physician competition to build a collaborative culture, Understand the mixed model medical staff, Choose the medical staff models that are best for your organization, Create a physician-hospital relations action plan for your hospital, Develop a comprehensive, board-driven physician relations, recruitment, and retention strategy, Manage multiple models within a single institution. This resource identifies and explains the multiple evolving medical staff models confronting physicians and hospitals today and helps you determine the models that are best for your organization. Book jacket.

About the Authorsp. vi
Introductionp. viii
Do We Need a New Medical Staff Model?p. 1
Today's Medical Staff Challengesp. 2
Medical Staff Structure and Governancep. 3
Physician Performance and Accountabilityp. 5
Hospital-Medical Staff Collaborationp. 8
Medical Staff Culturep. 11
From Self-Governed Medical Staff to a Broken Social Contract: How Did We Get Here?p. 17
The Advent of the Medical Staffp. 17
The Organized Medical Staff, The Joint Commission, and Medicarep. 18
The Medical Staff as a Clubp. 20
New Medical Staff Responsibilitiesp. 22
Managed Care Takes its Tollp. 24
Hard Times for Private Practicep. 25
Physician-Hospital Competition Rewrites the Rulesp. 26
A Broken Social Contractp. 27
Placing the Blamep. 28
Scars on the Medical Communityp. 29
Withdrawal from the Public Spherep. 31
The Context for New Medical Staff Modelsp. 32
Candidates for the New Medical Staff Modelp. 35
Self-Governed Medical Staff Accountable to the Boardp. 35
Medical Staff as an Advocacy Organizationp. 44
Service Line Managementp. 47
Physician Executive Managementp. 51
Physician Employmentp. 54
Physician Contractsp. 61
Joint Venturesp. 67
Physician-Hospital Organizationp. 70
Management Services Organizationp. 72
Intended Practice Planp. 73
Physician-Hospital Compactp. 77
Physician Councilsp. 79
Group Practicesp. 82
Gainsharingp. 83
Membership by Invitation Onlyp. 85
Physician Equityp. 87
Physician Management of Allied Health Practitionersp. 88
Academic Medical Centersp. 89
Which Medical Staff Models are Right for You?p. 95
Don't Abandon the Self-Governed Medical Staff with Broad Membership Too Soonp. 96
Physician Executives Help Make All Models More Effectivep. 96
Medical Staff Structure and Governancep. 98
Physician Performance and Accountabilityp. 103
Hospital-Medical Staff Collaborationp. 113
Medical Staff Culturep. 120
Managing Multiple Medical Staff Models Simultaneouslyp. 126
Strategic Medical Staff Development Planning: The "Seven Rs"p. 129
Is Your Medical Staff an Important Hospital Asset?p. 129
Factors Affecting Medical Staff Development Planning Todayp. 130
Forces Affecting Physiciansp. 131
The "Seven Rs" of Strategic Medical Staff Development Planningp. 134
The Right Numberp. 135
The Right Typep. 137
The Right Qualityp. 139
The Right Relationshipp. 141
The Right Culturep. 149
The Right Medical Staff Structure and Processesp. 156
The Right Leadershipp. 158
Implementing the "Seven Rs"p. 160
The Epidemic of Physician Apathy: Is the Medical Staff Still Relevant to Physicians Today?p. 161
Why Physicians Don't Care About the Medical Staffp. 161
Generational Changes: What Happens When Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Gen Yers Meet on Your Medical Staff?p. 164
Why Should Physicians Care About the Medical Staff?p. 169
Is Investing in Medical Staff Leadership Development the Answer?p. 170
Strategies to Engage Physiciansp. 172
A Step-by-Step Road Map for Improving Physician-Hospital Relations Todayp. 175
Introduction to the 10 Steps to Better Physician-Hospital Relationshipsp. 175
Acknowledge that Physicians are Customers, Partners, Suppliers, and Competitorsp. 177
Heal the Pastp. 179
Create a Shared Vision of Mutual Successp. 180
Develop Mutual Expectations for Physicians and the Hospitalp. 182
Invest in Medical Staff Leadershipp. 182
Invest in Social Capitalp. 184
Hold Regular Meetings and Retreatsp. 185
Establish a Written Conflict Resolution Mechanismp. 187
Maintain Excellent Communicationp. 189
Celebrate the Successesp. 191
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