Time: April 3, 2011 to April 8, 2011
Location: Doubletree Bedford Glen
Street: 44 Middlesex Turnpike
City/Town: Bedford, MA 01730
Website or Map: http://cme.hms.harvard.edu/in…
Phone: (617) 384-8600
Event Type: leadership, program
Organized By: Harvard Medical School
Latest Activity: Nov 23, 2010
Leadership for Physician Executives
Date: 4/3/2011 - 4/8/2011
Doubletree Bedford Glen Hotel, Bedford, Massachusetts
Offered by: The Department of Psychiatry
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
In association with
The Levinson Institute, Inc.
Course Directors: Gerald A. Kraines, MD, and Tim Havens, MD
Who should attend:
Today's rapidly changing healthcare environment requires physicians to take on new leadership roles. By participating in this critically acclaimed seminar, you will gain knowledge, insights, and skills to be a more effective leader. Specifically, you will learn to:
• Lead and manage change
• Engage diverse constituencies around common goals
• Understand the accountabilities, relationships, and authorities of the leadership role
• Clarify, structure, and manage relationships across professions, functions, and departments
• Manage conflict and negotiate solutions that address overarching, strategic goals
• Apply a comprehensive, research-based frame of reference to issues of management and leadership
The faculty members are physician-executives with significant administrative and consultation experience who help physicians transfer their traditional perspectives and skills to their new roles. Previous participants of Leadership for Physician Executives have represented the full range of medical specialties and occupied important positions in: group practices, HMOs, insurance companies, academic departments, public health services, hospital administration, clinic administrations, and the military. Seminar participants examine the implications of new and different kinds of power and recognition, changes in ethics and values, and changes in relationships with colleagues and other healthcare professionals. They confront problems in decision making, conflict resolution, organizational structure, motivation, change?problems previously unrelated to the practice of medicine.
Concepts taught are then applied through small-group discussion of actual cases that participants prepare before the seminar. The highly qualified faculty, individual attention, small-group problem solving, individual case discussions, and opportunity to learn from the diverse experience of other physician-participants, have made this seminar among the most highly regarded continuing education programs.
All questions regarding registration and billing should be addressed to the course coordinator at (617) 384-8600.
All questions regarding course content, hotel, and logistics should be addressed to Kathy Kozlowski at The Levinson Institute at (603) 532-4700.
Tuition (Hotel cost included with tuition) $4,500.00
Balance due less deposit $4,175.00
Deposit Fee $325.00
Doubletree Bedford Glen
44 Middlesex Turnpike
Bedford, MA 01730