Physician Leadership: Monthly Staff Meeting Power Up and Team Venting Process

Posted by Dike Drummond MD

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What do you do when the systems in your office have you working WAY too hard, stuck behind still working  after everyone else has gone home … and not one seems to be doing anything about it?

How can you get your team to carry some of the load, smooth out your patient flow and make sure your systems are constantly improving?

The answer to those questions is in this week’s physician leadership video lesson.

This video focuses on how you power up your monthly staff meeting by asking 3 simple but powerful questions. You stop “giving orders” and focus on asking questions and watch your team step up and do some of the heavy lifting from now on.

Watch until the end where I show you a 2 Minute Team Venting process for those times when the group simply must let off some steam before they can focus.

The 3 Staff Meeting Power Up Questions:

1) What is not working and how can we fix it?
2) What is working and how can we do more of it?
3) What else?

Most physician leaders are stressed by the inefficiencies of patient flow in the office. Without quality physician leadership, the doctor works way too hard. How can you create continuous quality improvement in healthcare and your office team. Two simple physician leadership structures pave the way.

1) The BID Team Huddle is how you maximize your Patient flow within your existing systems. Here is my previous physician leadership, team huddle, patient flow video with all the details

2) This video focuses on how make sure your systems are continuously improving. You will learn how to power up your monthly staff meeting by asking 3 simple but powerful questions. You stop “giving orders” and focus on asking questions and watch your team step up and do some of the heavy lifting from now on.


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