New Customized Training Program, LxSolutions, Focuses on Physician Leadership

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The American Association for Physician Leadership® is launching LxSolutions, a tailored leadership development service for health systems, hospitals and physician groups.

The American Association for Physician Leadership® is launching LxSolutions, a tailored leadership development service for health systems, hospitals and physician groups.

LxSolutions’ customized training program will help health care organizations of all types develop their physicians with the leadership talent necessary to improve and thrive in today’s increasingly complex health care environment. This program offers a combination of on-site, online and remote programs to health care organizations in order to facilitate leadership development for physicians at any point in their career paths. At some level, all physicians are leaders.

“There’s a growing body of evidence showing that well-trained physician leaders are at the forefront of improving quality, safety, efficiency and value in health care,” said Peter Angood, MD, FACS, FRCS(C), MCCM, president and CEO of the American Association for Physician Leadership. “In developing this new service, our goal is to help health care systems and physician groups assess and educate their physicians as leaders and to help implement the necessary improvements for their delivery systems as a whole.”

LxSolutions is designed to provide customized solutions to help health care organizations achieve better results within several leadership and administrative areas, including change management, physician engagement/integration and strategic planning. The program assesses the physician leadership profiles for each client at individual and organizational levels, provides specific leadership education and management training as needed and then assists in the implementation of strategic solutions.

“The American Association for Physician Leadership provided a wonderful opportunity for me to learn the nuances of administration while interacting with like-minded peers in my community,” said Neil Roy, MD. “I would do it ten times over.”

Online or on-site classes at clients’ locations are taught by association faculty members, which include industry experts as well as experienced academics. Specific client needs are customized and then matched with high-quality professionals who are hand-picked by LxSolutions to support the organization’s goals.

For more information on LxSolutions, visit http://www.physicianleadershipsolutions.org/.

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About the American Association for Physician Leadership®
The American Association for Physician Leadership® is the oldest and largest professional organization solely dedicated to providing leadership education and management training for the physician workforce. Since its founding in 1975 as the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE), the primary focus of the association has been to provide superior education and training for physicians of all types and encouraging them to assume more active roles within leadership and management opportunities of the global health care industry. Beyond the thousands of physicians who receive training annually, the organization has grown an active membership - including chief executive officers, chief medical officers, vice-presidents of medical affairs and other leadership physicians who are located in more than 45 different countries. The expanding portfolio of the association includes more than 100 courses, numerous certificate programs, four Masters degree programs, a doctorate program in leadership being developed and deep layers of a specialized career support program customized for physicians. All physicians can be considered leaders, at some level. Learn more online at physicianleaders.org, by email at info(at)physicianleaders(dot)org, on Twitter at @physicianslead or call 800-562-8088.

American Association for Physician Leadership®
400 North Ashley Drive
Tampa, Florida, 33602
800-562-8088
info(at)physicianleaders(dot)org

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