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Medical Staff Leadership as an Agent of Safety & Quality in Healthcare Organizations:Relationships & Teamwork

Keith Doram, MD, MBA, FACP

Sr. VP and Chief Medical Officer

Christiana Care Health System

Associate Professor of Medicine

Penn State College of Medicine


Harry truman once said
Harry Truman once said… Healthcare Organizations:

“You know what makes leadership? It is the ability to get men to do what they don’t want to and like it.”


Learning objectives
Learning Objectives Healthcare Organizations:

  • Better understand how medical staff leadership can influence the ability of a healthcare organization to improve patient safety & quality

  • Discuss barriers for medical staff and healthcare administrators related to leadership and good relationships

  • Provide an overview of the Christiana Care Heath System and the role of the Chief Medical Officer


Useful definitions
Useful Definitions Healthcare Organizations:

Leaders are people who do the right thing; managers are people who do things right. Both roles are crucial, but they differ profoundly. I often observe people in top positions doing the wrong thing well.

- Warren Bennis

Safety is first & foremost “doing no harm”.

Quality (in hospitals & healthcare) is doing the right thing right—not just for one patient, but for all patients.


Twelve leadership competencies the m i c p s management incentive comp plans

Managing Relationships Healthcare Organizations:

Cultivating Relationships

Conflict Prevention and Negotiation

Influencing

Building Coalitions

Advocacy

Communication

Responsiveness

Information Brokerage

Performance & Quality

Set Goals & Standards

Accountability

Manage Change

Setting Direction

Vision & Purpose

Org. Perspective

Initiative

Source: Advisory Board Interviews

and Analysis, 2004

Twelve Leadership Competencies(The M.I.C.P.S. – Management Incentive Comp Plans)


Effective executive leadership according to peter drucker
Effective Executive Leadership, according to Peter Drucker: Healthcare Organizations:

  • There appears to be little correlation between a person’s effectiveness and his/her intelligence, imagination, or knowledge. Brilliant men/women are often strikingly ineffectual; they fell to realize that brilliant insight is not by itself an achievement.

  • The good news is that, “Effectiveness can be learned”.


Effective leader executives can be fat or lean, extrovert or shy, drink a lot or not at all—but they all share five habits or practices…(Drucker)

  • Know where there time goes and manage it

  • Gear efforts to results than to work

  • Build on strengths not weaknesses

  • Concentrate on a few things that will produce outstanding results

  • They make effective decisions

    • Judgment based on “dissenting opinions” rather than on a “consensus of the facts”


Most hospitals are in need of a new leadership model
Most Hospitals are in need of a New Leadership Model shy, drink a lot or not at all—but they all share five habits or practices…

  • “ I thought about becoming a leader in my speciality, but it didn’t seem that compelling. I’m really interested in bringing in new technologies and growing our service…but leadership in this hospital is all about going to meetings and making sure new doctors fill out their paperwork.”

    • Anesthesiologist, Large East Coast AMC


Administrators’ View shy, drink a lot or not at all—but they all share five habits or practices…

Undervalued Prtnrshp

Insuff. Follow-thru

Insuff. Analysis

Lack of knowledge

Inadequate Structure

Poor negotiations

Insuff. role definition

Physicians’ View

Lack of knowledge

Poor peer relations

Insuff. Analysis

Undervalued Prtnrshp

Insuff. Follow-thru

Inadequate Structure

Lack of commitment

Organizational Barriers for Physician Leadership in Hospitals(Source: Physician Leadership Academy, 2004)


Comments from physicians
Comments from physicians: shy, drink a lot or not at all—but they all share five habits or practices…

  • “Talking to administration is like talking to the boogeyman.” – Southeast physician leader

  • “Physicians aren’t very collaborative people. And they resist change probably more than the average person. And while they agree on conceptual issues, they have great difficulty in actually working together to achieve their goal.” – Physician leader, Advisory Board Focus Group


Key Factors That Determine Physician Leadership Involvement in Hospitals(Source: Advisory Board 2002 Survey of 531 physicians in 10 specialties)

  • Compensation for time spent working on hospital issues

  • Provision of support staff by hospital

  • Personal interest

  • Opportunity for research and publishing

  • Opportunity for prestige and recognition

    CCHS has a mentorship program, a formalized year-round faculty development curriculum with the ACP Executive training program and the Advisory Board


Key factors that motivate and determine physician behavior
Key Factors That Motivate and Determine Physician Behavior in Hospitals

  • Good Rationale

  • Peer-Pressure

  • Real Threats

  • Money


JCAHO safety/quality measures are a great yardstick for EBM – Do you think the doctors share that view?

  • JCAHO Pt Safety Goals are EBM

    • Improve accuracy of patient ID

    • Improve effectiveness of communication among caregivers (e.g., readback, abbreviations)

    • Improve safety of using medications

    • Eliminate wrong-site, wrong patient…surgery

    • Improve safety of using infusion pumps

    • Improve effectiveness of clinical alarm systems

    • Reduce the risk of healthcare-acquired infections


JCAHO and Quality – has 18 standing advisory groups and a number of coalitions (AMA, ACC, AHA, AHRQ, CMS, NCQ, Pharmacopoeia…)

  • Benefits of Beta-Blockers for Acute MI

    • Clinical Trials: STEMI, MIAMI, ISIS-1, TIMI-II

  • 15% Lower mortality over 7 days (p = 0.05)

    • Circulation 2004;110(5):588-636

    • Lancet 1986;2(8498):57-66

    • N Engl J Med 1989;320(10):618-27

    • Am J Cardiol 1985;56(14):10G-40G

      These Standards are Just Good EBM!!


Learnings from cchs
Learnings from CCHS… number of coalitions (AMA, ACC, AHA, AHRQ, CMS, NCQ, Pharmacopoeia…)


Key metrics
Key Metrics number of coalitions (AMA, ACC, AHA, AHRQ, CMS, NCQ, Pharmacopoeia…)

  • 7,000 Births (Level IV Neonatal Care Unit)

  • 60,000 Admissions

  • 51,000 Surgical Procedures

  • 1,000 Open Heart Surgeries

  • 1,200,000 Outpatient & Home Health Visits

  • 135,000 Emergency Department Visits

    • Level 1 Trauma Center

  • 1,200 Medical/Dental Staff

  • $1.2 Billion Annual Health System Revenues


  • Education
    Education number of coalitions (AMA, ACC, AHA, AHRQ, CMS, NCQ, Pharmacopoeia…)

    • 220 residents & fellowsDiagnostic RadiologyEmergency MedicineEmergency Medicine/ Internal MedicineFamily Practice (Osteopathic and Allopathic)General Practice DentistryGeneral SurgeryInternal MedicineMedicine/Pediatrics

    Obstetrics and GynecologyOral and Maxillofacial SurgeryOsteopathic Traditional Rotating InternshipPreliminary Medicine YearPharmacy PracticePodiatric Medicine and Podiatric SurgeryTransitional Year

    Neonatology Fellowship


    Education1
    Education number of coalitions (AMA, ACC, AHA, AHRQ, CMS, NCQ, Pharmacopoeia…)

    • 420 medical students

    • Delaware Institute for Medical Education and Research, (DIMER)

    • Delaware Institute for Dental Education and Research, (DIDER)

    • Affiliation

      • Jefferson Medical College

      • University of Delaware

      • Delaware Technical and Community College


    Research number of coalitions (AMA, ACC, AHA, AHRQ, CMS, NCQ, Pharmacopoeia…)

    • 3 Bone Marrow Transplant

    • 55 Cardiology

    • 26 Critical Care/Trauma/Surgery

    • 3 Adolescent Medicine

    • 18 Diabetes

    • 40 Emergency Medicine

    • 7 Family Medicine

    • 2 Genetics

    • 84 GYN Oncology

    • 2 HIV

    • 9 Infectious Disease

    • 10 Internal Medicine

    • 41 Maternal Fetal Medicine

    • 19 Neonatology

    • 2 Neurology/Neurosurgery

    4 Nursing

    11 Obstetrics/Gynecology

    2 Occupational Health

    205 Oncology/Hematology

    2 Orthopedics

    21 Other Research

    15 Pathology and Laboratory

    2 Pediatric Neurology

    96 Pediatric Oncology

    3 Pediatrics

    1 Perinatology

    7 Pharmacy/Pharmacology

    5 Preventive Medicine

    5 Pulmonary/Respiratory

    32 Radiology/Radiation Oncology

    732 Total Clinical Trials


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