Healthcare delivery today requires a fundamentally different approach – and a new breed of physician leaders that can rally around new requirements resulting from changes in healthcare financing, physician reporting requirements, clinical process improvements, team-based care, and accountable care. Today, physician leaders are being measured by the results they achieve; the value or efficiency with which they achieve good outcomes; and, improvements in performance resulting from a focus on teamwork through superior coordination, information sharing and teaming across disciplines. The future of healthcare is integration, which cannot happen without effective leadership. The Applied Physician Leadership Academy (APLA) is a customized leadership development program designed to close the gap between the rigorous demands of a changing healthcare environment and the traditional medical paradigm. APLA is grounded in our research-based physician leadership success model, focusing on development in the four leadership clusters identified below:
TLD Group’s APLA delivers high value and high impact to health systems, group practices, hospitals, life sciences companies, and other healthcare organizations. Our renowned faculty of content experts, physician leaders and certified physician executive coaches come to your location to enable ease of learning and a community forum for continued development while maintaining physician productivity. The APLA approach can be delivered over a six-, twelve- or eighteen month period.
To lead today, healthcare organizations require a fundamentally different approach to caregiving, learn how you can use utilized TLD Group's physician leadership success model to unlock sustained success in physician leadership.
Learn more about our research-based process for developing necessary changes in healthcare leadership. This white paper takes a deep dive into the key concepts and applications surrounding physician leadership development.
Health care delivery today requires a fundamentally different approach. Learn more about the challenges physician leaders face, what skill they need to be successful, and how they can develop these competencies for sustained success.