Reining in Disruptive Docs: Strategies to Manage Risk and Reduce Turnover - On-Demand

Quick Overview

Presented on: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Presented by: William “Marty” Martin, MA, MS, MPH, PsyD, CHES and Herdley O. Paolini, PhD, LP

Disruptive physicians can create a negative work environment, endanger patient safety, and spur costly lawsuits. Learn from experts how to manage unruly docs for more efficiency.

Availability: In stock

Pubcode: YD082713D
Price: $279

Reining in Disruptive Docs: Strategies to Manage Risk and Reduce Turnover

Available ON-DEMAND

According to a 2011 study, 77% of physicians are concerned about disruptive behavior at their facilities. Clinical quality, patient safety and process flow are contingent on a hospital’s ability to identify and resolve potential conflict within their staff. Join physician management experts from DePaul University and Florida Hospital to learn peer-tested strategies for confronting and resolving disruptive physician behavior.

Register for Reining in Disruptive Docs: Strategies to Manage Risk and Reduce Turnover to participate in an interactive Q&A and hear lessons learned and best practices.

With this program, you will:

  • Learn strategies and tactics to manage star physicians, save costs, and improve ROI
  • Gain intervention techniques to prevent, reduce, and limit the severity of disruptive physician incidents
  • Improve recruitment and retention efforts by creating a more collegial, mutually supportive environment
  • Get the latest information about regulatory requirements from The Joint Commission that mandate the establishment of disruptive behavior policies


Program Agenda:

  • Defining Disruption
    • How to tell physicians they’re disruptive
    • Physician Burnout, Stress
    • Lacking Teamwork
    • Staff Relationships
    • Patient Safety, Quality
  • Addressing Leadership Oversight
    • Risk Management
    • HR Manager
    • Designated Committee Responsibility
  • Evaluating Physicians
    • Sanctions – reducing privileges
    • Even-handed Discipline
    • Peer Review
    • Reduce Physician Turnover/Costs
  • Overcoming Obstacles
    • Case Study: Florida Hospital
    • Data Reviews/Legal Cases
    • Joint Commission


Meet the Speakers

William “Marty” Martin, MA, MS, MPH, PsyD, CHES
William “Marty” Martin, MA, MS, MPH, PsyD, CHES, director and associate professor of health at DePaul University in Chicago. As a member of the American College of Physician Executives faculty for many years, Marty has facilitated courses in Managing Physician Performance and Working Together As A Board at its Institutes and on-site at healthcare organizations nationwide and internationally. Marty has served as Director of Human Resources at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and was responsible for global health management, workforce diversity, and clinical and operational reengineering.

Herdley O. Paolini, PhD, LP
Herdley O. Paolini, PhD, LP, is a licensed psychologist, teacher, and author. She has 30 years of experience in the counseling field and for the past ten years she has been the director of Physician Support Services at Florida Hospital – a hospital based practice she designed specifically to attend to the development, integration and wellness of physicians. She holds a Ph.D. in counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University and she is the author of ‘Inside the Mind of a Physician,’ published in 2009.

Who is attending?

CMO, medical director, CEO, COO, Group Practice Administrators, Human Resources, Physicians

System requirements

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Please Note:

Participation in the on-demand webcast is just $279 per site. All materials must be retrieved from the Internet.