Transitioning care from volume to value challenges us to completely transform how we think about financial incentives in healthcare.
If you're struggling with transitioning from being a clinician to a healthcare executive leader, this episode is for you!
Dr. Letitia Anderson, MD, is a practicing cardiologist and a Chief of Staff. She's been in your shoes, and she knows it is not easy to balance the competing needs of clinicians and senior executives. But her story demonstrates that you can care for your team while keeping your hospital’s financial stability in mind. Listen to her tips and tricks on staying connected to your clinical team while working in the executive suite.
Hear her explain why heart health month helps us to understand the role that health equity plays for every healthcare team member (as people) and not just our patients.
And finally, join the conversation as we dig into hospitals' responsibility to get involved with their community's food bank and healthy food prescription programs.
Bio: Dr. Letitia Anderson, MD, is a practicing cardiologist and the Chief of Staff for the Northern Nevada Medical Center. She is also the incoming governor of the Nevada Chapter of the American College of Cardiology. And she is also the Board Chair for the Northern Nevada Food Bank (one of my favorite organizations to support!)
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