Medical Group Performance Optimization
While physician alignment is mostly about strategy, leadership and accountability for performance, it also requires high-functioning medical groups that can practice, operate and execute seamlessly.
Today, relationships between health systems and physicians are not only about business economics and volumes, but more importantly about the ability to address the needs of populations, take accountability for results, manage health risk, and partner with patients and communities on their health journey. By optimizing medical group clinical, operational and financial performance, health systems and physician groups will be able to establish the core capabilities needed to transform clinical care delivery and drive value long-term.
The Chartis Physician Leadership Institute helps medical groups effectively:
An Introduction to the Chartis Physician Leadership Institute
The Chartis Physician Leadership Institute (CPLI) partners with leading health systems and physician groups to achieve...
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