The Administrative and Clinical Dyad: Clarifying Roles and Prioritizing Effectively Together
January 22, 2019 at 1:30 p.m. ET
About the event
Amy Frieman, MD, MBA, FAAHPM
Corporate Medical Director, Palliative Care Services
Hackensack Meridian Health
Kelly Morse Nowicki, MA
Clinician lead: “We need to hire 2 more people! Volumes are crazy high! I’m going to the chief medical officer next week to ask them for more staff. How much money is there in the budget?”
Administrator: “Wait, before we go I think we need to review how many patients have been on census the past few months. Plus, even if we have the budget it will take at least a month to get any positions posted. What can we do in the meantime?”
As palliative care programs grow in size and expand across settings, the need for effective coordination and role clarification between clinical and administrative leaders grows. This “virtual panel” features a clinical program leader and administrator who will discuss:
- What skills are needed for a palliative care administrator?
- How do you best leverage the skills of the administrator and clinician to grow your program?
- How do you determine who makes clinical care vs. administrative decisions?
- What if the clinician lead and administrator disagree on what should be done in the program? How do they reconcile differences?
- A PDF of slides and recording of the presentation will be made available for the webinar
- You will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with the presenter
- Continuing education credits are not offered for this webinar
- Any questions? Contact Seema Setia at email@example.com
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