Governing in Today's Climate: Leading and Making Decisions Under Uncertainty, Speed and Change

Friday, Sept. 9 – 1:30 - 5:15 p.m

Radiology leadership has become more exciting and vital as margins have decreased, and as the way we do business changes in an environment with increasingly complex regulations and competition.

To better align with and address changes in technology, regulations, and the nature of health care, leaders must rethink how they govern their organizations. Given the rapidity and uncertainty of such changes, no longer can they over-analyze data before making decisions, nor can they rely on past experiences to determine the best future options. Risks must now be assessed differently, resources allocated in more dynamic and flexible ways, and decisions made faster while ensuring that subconscious cognitive biases don’t result in bad choices.

In this session, we'll look at how we govern today and what needs to change across mindsets, processes and decision making. We'll strive to develop a new blueprint that each organization can take back to begin a new model for governance in their practice.

Resources

Medical Practice Governing Agreements: A Little Planning Goes a Long Way
An effective governing agreement can mitigate risk and help your practice thrive.

The Anatomy of Group Dysfunction
Getting to the root of practice management issues demands a look at governance structure and business model.

How to Have an Honest Conversation About Your Business Strategy
Open communication with staff at all levels can revolutionize the way you do business.

The Metamorphosis of a Practice
As the health care industry moves toward value and away from volume, some facilities are finding both challenges and opportunities as they turn to a more service-oriented business model.

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