The Chartis Forum

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Building Successful Triple-Threat Teams in Academic Health Systems

In some academic health systems the mechanisms to recognize and reward faculty have not progressed to accommodate the variation in roles, contributions and professional interests of team members – particularly those clinically focused faculty whose contributions are largely to take care of patients. They risk significant faculty dissatisfaction and turnover if they do not recognize the changing nature of the faculty complement they are hiring today and for the future.

Our work advising multiple AHSs and insights gleaned from interviews with academic health system leadership suggest that many institutions are actively grappling with the best options to manage and support their changing faculty workforce. Given the continued increase in clinical capacity and capabilities required at most AHSs, it is essential that each organization understand and address the needs of all faculty  members if they are to build and maintain an engaged, satisfied and productive professional workforce.

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