December 13, 2017
What was your best moment in medicine?
In this all-new episode of the Leadership Insider, we talk with Matt Hawkins, MD, director of pediatric interventional radiology at Emory University School of Medicine and Scott Taylor, PhD, associate professor of organizational behavior at Babson College about various ways we can leverage our relationships with our teams and others to foster sustainable change.
This episode was recorded at the 2017 RLI Leadership Summit where we discuss some of the incredible insights and takeaways from the Coaching for Sustainable Change session. Just a few key highlights in this episode:
- What are the learned negative traits of leaders, how to recognize them and ways to become a valued member of a high-functioning team
- What leadership actually means, especially in a flat organization like a radiology practice, where often times there is no clear, designated person in charge
- Why everyone can be a leader, regardless of position, title or experience
- A simple test you can perform to see how well you know your team and how the test will help you glean critical insights into how to build stronger working relationships
- And how remembering your best or biggest moments in medicine can help you and your team create a more positive environment to achieve greater results
October 23, 2017
What exactly is burnout and why is it impacting physicians, and in particular, radiologists, at increasing rates? In this timely episode, James Y. Chen, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology, San Diego VA Medical Center and UCSD Medical Center and Carol Hamilton, MBA, SPHR, FACMPE, Chief Administrative Officer at West County Radiological Group, Inc join us to discuss some key signs of burnout that may be creeping in, how to recognize them and how leaders can drive a cultural shift to help combat burnout.
September 6, 2017
Amy Patel, MD, was the first female chief resident in her program at the University of Kansas at Wichita and was also the only female in an otherwise all male program. Dr. Patel, who is now a breast imager at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Imaging Center, joins us to discuss her experience as the first female chief resident, the importance of mentors to the rising generation and the power of diversity in today’s health care.
August 22, 2017
Are you stepping into leadership for the first time? Or, are you looking to take on more responsibility and want to be prepared for when your time comes? With a new role comes new responsibilities, new team dynamics, increased expectations, greater demands on your time and new skill sets. So what is a new leader to do? In this new episode, Geoff Rubin, MD, MBA, FACR professor of radiology at Duke University and Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, breast imager and chief strategy officer at Weill Cornell Medicine offer great insights on first steps in how to establish new relationships with hospital executives, what skills you should master early in your leadership journey, a common but seldom-discussed challenge new leaders face and how to overcome it, and advice on seeking out the right mentors.
August 10, 2017
In the second part of our conversation on AI, machine learning, and computer-aided diagnosis, we are joined by David Louis, MD, the Benjamin Castleman Professor of Pathology at HMS; chair of the Executive Committee on Research at MGH; and chair of the department of Pathology at MGH. Under his chairmanship, MGH Pathology has become a national leader in molecular diagnostics and pathology informatics, leading to a novel initiative in computational pathology. In this episode, Dr. Louis discusses how pathology has approached computer-aided diagnosis, how pathologists are confronting the fears and challenges of potential AI implementations and his outlook for an exciting future in diagnostic medicine.
July 27, 2017
No, the robots are not here to take your job. But, with the emergence of machine learning technologies, what exactly does that mean for radiology and how will it impact the workflows, processes and the nature of the job? In this exciting new episode, Mark Michalski, MD, the executive director of the Center for Clinical Data Science at Massachusetts General and Brigham Hospital joins us as we discuss the history of AI, how it's being used today, how it might change radiology and how radiology can leverage this new technology to provide even more value and better patient care.
July 7, 2017
Alexander Norbash, MD, professor and chair of radiology at the University of California, San Diego, talks with Lakshmi Balachandra, MBA, PhD, assistant professor of entrepreneurship at Babson College, about steps that radiologists can take to be successful at negotiating and common negotiation errors that they need to avoid.
Don't miss Dr. Balachandra's all new session at the 2017 Leadership Summit: Collective Intelligence of Teams.
June 5, 2017
In this episode, we bring the radiology, legal, and business manager/accounting viewpoints together as we are joined by Larry Muroff, MD, FACR, CEO & president of Imaging Consultants, Inc., Tom Greeson, partner, Reed Smith LLP, and Tim Barrett, CEO of Radiology Associates for a great discussion on radiology practice integrations.
This in-depth discussion covers the various forms integrations can take, some compelling reasons you may want to integrate, the common yet surprisingly often overlooked pitfall that integrations run into, and some very sound, practical insights on what you can do to help ensure your integration is successful.
May 4, 2017
Cheri L. Canon, MD, FACR talks with Paul Mulligan, associate professor of technology and operations management at Babson College about how operational decisions can impact performance metrics and why operational decisions should align with business models. Professor Mulligan offers great insights on how to track and improve performance metrics, how to make operational decisions to have a positive impact on performance, and how to avoid the pitfall of having your business model and business operations misaligned.
March 27, 2017
Richard Duszak Jr., MD, FACR, professor and vice chair of health policy and practice in the department of radiology and imaging sciences at Emory University School of Medicine, and Danny Hughes, PhD senior director of health policy research at the Neiman Health Policy Institute discuss the bundled payment model, how it fits in the transition from volume-to-value-based care, and how this model could affect how you get paid.