Aegis Webinar to Focus on Identifying and Developing Physician Leaders

Award-Winning Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School Professor Michael Burcham to Co-host

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- A complimentary webinar hosted by Aegis Health Group looks at why recognizing and developing physician leaders is critical to a hospital’s success. The hour-long webinar, “Prescription for Establishing Physician Leadership,” begins at 11 a.m. CDT on March 28. Participants must pre-register at www.aegisgroup.com/webinar. Michael Burcham, an award-winning instructor of graduate courses in healthcare innovation at Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management and an accomplished entrepreneur and principal for Executive AURA, is one of the presenters.

Through its quarterly webinar series, Aegis delivers practical insights and assessment points for building effective physician relationship management programs. During this webinar, co-hosted by Burcham and Aegis’ Vice President of Physician Relationship Management Rochell Pierce, participants will:

1. Discover why identifying and developing physician leaders is critical to the success of your organization.

2. Learn how to recognize potential physician talent by exploring the key attributes essential for strong leaders.

3. Understand the importance of physician alignment and effective on-boarding protocols in creating a foundation for growing great leaders.

4. Learn what key components are necessary for the development of an academy-type environment to cultivate physician leaders.

Aegis’ thought papers, “The Four Keys to a Successful Physician Relationship Management Program,” “Hospitals at a Crossroads: Achieving Success in an Era of ACOs,” and “Physician Relationship Management: Ensuring the Stability and Vitality of Today’s Hospitals,” also offer extensive insight into building lasting relationships with physicians. All are available at no charge with a passport request from www.aegisgroup.com.

Aegis Health Group has assisted hundreds of hospitals with proven-effective business development strategies for more than 20 years. Its strategic Population Health Management solutions enable hospitals to grow market share and revenue by identifying and intelligently managing the health risks of local consumers within the community they serve. Complementing this, Aegis’ Physician Relationship Management strategy fosters stronger and mutually beneficial relationships between hospitals and their medical staff as well as the broader physician community. Further information about Aegis is available at www.aegisgroup.com or on their blog at www.aegishi4.com.



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For Aegis Health Group
Carol Stevenson, 818-597-8453, x-3
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