2019 RLI Leadership Summit


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September 6 - 8, 2019

Sessions

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.

Resilience

Friday, Sept. 6 – 8:45 am - Noon (Scott N. Taylor, MBA PhD)

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 - 5 pm (Lawrence R.  Muroff, MD, FACR and Geoffrey D. Rubin, MD, MBA, FACR)

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 

Allocating Bundled Payments

Saturday, Sept. 7– 8:30 am - 12:00 pm (Lawrence P. Carr, MBA, PhD and Geoffrey D. Rubin, MD, MBA, FACR)

Join your fellow department chairs and C-suite executives in the board room to decide how to share revenue from bundled payments and shared savings. Do you have a plan? This session will provide tools to develop one.

You are Your Brand: Personal Branding to Drive Growth

Saturday, Sept. 7– 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm (Mark Carr, MBA)

Twenty years ago, in an article called “The Brand Called You,” Tom Peters popularized the term “personal branding.” In the article, Peters argues that today’s workers should use corporate branding principles to create their own personal brands, separate from their employer, to advance their careers. “You’re not defined by your job title and you’re not confined by your job description,” Peters wrote. “Starting today you are a brand.” Branding is about becoming more thoughtful and purposeful in the qualities you convey through all mediums – in-person and online. Although Peters writes about the corporate world, the principles he espouses have been – and continue to be – applied by successful professionals to build, strengthen or even re-position reputations and careers. In this session, we will use branding principles to spark new ideas for new strategies to enhance and improve our personal brands. 

• Review core branding principles and learn how to they can be used to create, strengthen or re-invent a personal brand.
• Listen to panelists of your peers share stories of how they built their own brands.
• Discuss activities to uncover your unique strengths, skills and talents as well as strategies and techniques to build your brand offline and online.

Resident and Young Physician Leadership Program

Saturday, Sept. 7 – 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm

 Time Agenda/Session Faculty
6 - 6:30 pm Dinner - Sorenson Dining Room  
6:30 - 6:40 pm      Welcome Alexander M. Norbash, MD, MS, FACR
Kerri Vincenti, MD
6:40 - 7:30 pm Beyond the Fine Print: Navigating the First Offer Dilemma Frank J. Lexa, MD, MBA, FACR
Lawrence R. Muroff, MD, FACR
7:30 - 8:30 pm

Emerging Hot Topics Every Young Radiologists Should Know

  • Population Health
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Enhancing Quality, Safety and Patient Centered Care
McKinley Glover, IV, MD, MHS
Keith Dreyer, DO, Ph.D., FACR
Jennifer C. Broder, MD
8:30 - 8:45 pm Q&A and Wrap-up
                                                                       

Team Decision Making

Sunday, Sept. 8 – 8:30 am - Noon (Lakshmi Balachandra, MBA, PhD)

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.