All new sessions will teach you how to turn current and future challenges into opportunities for capturing greater value in the modern patient cycle of care.
Friday, Sept. 6 – 8:45am - Noon
Being resilient as a leader in the medical field has never been more critical. Resilience can mean different things to different people based on their life and work experiences, personal values and competencies, and degree of hope for the future. In this session, learn to define resilience and what recent research has taught us about developing greater resilience as leaders.
Case Study Breakouts for Academic and Private Practice Radiologists
Friday, Sept. 6 – 1:30 - 5pm
Explore real-life cases of common problems faced by practice leaders, including succession planning, eroded skill sets, problematic radiologists, quality programs, national radiology company competition, and practice policies. Questions will be provided for registrants to discuss and answer.
- Discuss common challenges and experiences with a national network of peers
- Learn new and practical means of dealing with issues and opportunities
- Describe QA/QI options that are appropriate for radiology practices
Team Decision Making
Sunday, Sept. 8 – 8:30am - Noon
One of the key components to the healthy functioning of a group is the ability to come to equitable and efficient decisions. While decision-making research has predominately focused on the tendency of individuals to form opinions based on bias, reason, emotion, and experience. group decision-making may or may not be governed by these same core principles of rational decision-making. In this session, explore key considerations for individual decision-making and how these factors influence team decision-making.