The second edition of Leading Health Care Transformation: A Primer for Physician Leaders was published this week, providing physician leaders with the evidence, tools and practical ideas to more effectively lead through the transformative nature of key topics in the U.S. health care system.
The book, co-authored by Meritus Health President and CEO Maulik Joshi, Dr.P.H., and Dr. Aaron George, Associate Dean, proposed Meritus School of Osteopathic Medicine, offers readers contemporary evidence, pragmatic case studies, lessons-learned and action steps for physician leaders.
“The one constant in our nation’s health care delivery is steady change and transformation which has only accelerated in recent years,” Joshi explained. “Astute clinical leadership is paramount to drive improved outcomes for patients and communities, and this primer helps guide physician leaders through principles of care transformation.
In the book’s foreword, Dr. Thomas Lee, Chief Medical Officer, Press Ganey, and Senior Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital shares, “Readers should go broad and go deep with this book. Readers who do both will find this book a valuable framework for approaching the complexities of leading health care organizations today…it will provide a framework for approaching the work, and that framework is one likely to lead to business success and personal satisfaction."
Leading Health Care Transformation: A Primer for Physician Leaders is available for purchase on Amazon.