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RESISTANCE

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You have an innovative idea that will streamline the work, double the margin, improve quality and eliminate the headaches. You got sponsorship, budget approval, and a project team. Today you are taking the plan out to your organization in a…

Episode 008 – A conversation with Scott Smith, MD “A Bias for Action”

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This is the first of many conversations with remarkable, consistent, and accomplished leaders in order to put a spotlight on the behaviors that contribute to their leadership effectiveness. In this episode, I talk with Scott Smith,…

Beyond Medicine Podcast-Dr. Rami Wehbi interviews Dr. Patty Fahy

In this interview Patty Fahy, MD talks with the host of Beyond Medicine, Rami Wehbi, DO. The two explore the fact that many managers who lead healthcare institutions have what Patty calls a “business school mindset.” Listen to the…

Episode 005 - Robyn Symon Interview: Physician Suicide & DO NO HARM

Robyn Symon Interview: Physician  Suicide & DO NO HARM   Robyn Symon, a two-time Emmy award-winning filmmaker, joined me for the Licensed to Lead podcast on April 30, 2020. Robyn has written, directed, and produced films and…

Episode 004 - Physician Burnout: Definition, Controversies and Etiology

Physician Burnout:  Definition, Controversies and Etiology    The last episode waded into the murky waters of graduate business education. Anyone listening to that podcast should have emerged with serious doubts about whether…

Episode 003 - Who Are The Masters of Healthcare?

The first two episodes of the LTL podcast spelled out why physicians are, well, LICENSED TO LEAD. What are the underlying issues, myths and evidence about physician leaders in healthcare? In this episode, it’s time to zero in on who is at…

Episode 002 - Physician Leadership: the Myths and the Evidence

In this episode, Patty Fahy, MD, the host of Licensed to Lead describes the myths and evidence about physician leadership and why physicians are uniquely equipped to pick up the reins and lead our medical groups, hospitals, and healthcare…

PHYSICIANS MUST LEAD. HERE'S WHY.

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Some docs consistently say “no thanks” to formal leadership roles. They prefer not to run for a board position, become department chief, or step into an executive role because their passion and focus is patient care. This primary interest…