Thursday, August 30, 2018

American Association for Physician Leadership 2018 Fall Institute

Don't miss the 2018 Fall Institute in Scottsdale, Arizona
October 25–29, 2018

Explore a variety of educational pathways for physician leadership and get a comprehensive view of where your career can grow. 

Courses include:
  • Fundamentals of Physician Leadership 
  • Strategic Thinking, Planning and Decision Making
  • Authentic Leadership Development
  • Science of High Reliability
  • and many others...
American Association for Physician Leadership

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Job Posting: Physician Clinical Reviewer

Magellan Health is actively hiring for Physician Clinical Reviewers

Physician Clinical Reviewer

• Key member of utilization management team, and provides timely medical review of service requests that
do not initially meet the applicable medical necessity guidelines.
• Reviews all specialty cases in which clinical determinations cannot be made by the initial clinical reviewer.
• Discusses determinations with requesting physicians or ordering providers, when available, within the
regulatory timeframe of the request by phone.
• Provides clinical rationale for standard and expedited appeals.

Magellan Health offers a complete range of full service health care, including behavioral health, pharmacy benefits management and specialty health care solutions. Magellan Health includes divisions such as Magellan Healthcare and Magellan Rx Management.

Learn more about this role and apply here

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Leaders in Healthcare conference in the UK

The Leaders in Healthcare conference in the UK will be Nov 14-16, 2018 in Birmingham.

Brought to you by FMLM and BMJ, the event will showcase the latest ideas and solutions to support the future of medical and healthcare leadership and management.

FMLM = Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
BMJ = British Medical Journal

Thinking about attending? Here are some highlights from the 2017 event:

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Harvard Master in Healthcare Quality and Safety (MHQS)

Harvard Medical School now offers a Master in Healthcare Quality and Safety (MHQS). This program aims to train students in how to become operational leaders in healthcare quality, safety and informatics.



THE FORMAT
The MHQS is a full-time, residential program over 9 months located on Harvard Medical School's campus in Boston.

THE CURRICULUM
Students learn from faculty working in Harvard affiliated hospitals including the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Children's Hospital, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital.

THE PARTICIPANTS
The program is designed for doctors, dentists, nurses, administrators, policy makers, and other health professionals who are either in leadership positions or who aspire to leadership positions in healthcare quality, risk management and patient safety. Applicants must hold an MD or other advanced degree and possess at least three years of clinical experience.

You can learn more here: hms.harvard.edu/MHQS

Monday, March 5, 2018

Featured non-clinical job postings

Don't miss these featured non-clinical job postings:

Assistant Director, Comprehensive and Innovative Faculty Development
The incumbent will provide leadership for a new and innovative Program for Mentoring, Coaching, and Advising Surgery Faculty in education that will be housed within the Division of Education and its reach will extend nationally and internationally...

Associate Medical Director
Review and update current utilization management guidelines, as assigned periodically; Create new guidelines; to be reviewed by other physicians prior to publication...

More details about these job opportunities can be found here (login required, free to join and access)


Friday, March 2, 2018

From an academic oncologist to an FDA medical officer and scientific liaison

Don't miss this story of Dr. Tatiana M. Prowell who has held a hybrid government/academic appointment since 2006. She currently serves as a medical officer and breast cancer scientific liaison to the Oncology Center of Excellence at the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). At Johns Hopkins, she is an assistant professor of oncology in the Breast Cancer Program. You can read her story here.

Monday, January 29, 2018

ACP Physician Well-being and Professional Satisfaction initiative

Earlier this year, the American College of Physicians (ACP) launched its "Physician Well-being and Professional Satisfaction" initiative. The goal of this program is to create a "culture of wellness, improving practice efficiencies, enhancing individual physician well-being, and reducing administrative burdens."


This program will address many dimensions that impact physician wellness. The ACP will also continue to advocate for system changes, identify practical ways to improve the clinical practice environment, and encourage physicians to maintain their own personal health and wellness. 

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