Managing Problem Practitioners: A Leadership Guide to Dealing With Impaired, Disruptive, Aging, and Burned-Out Clinicians Todd Sagin

ISBN: 9781556453359

Published: March 27th 2015

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180 pages


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Managing Problem Practitioners: A Leadership Guide to Dealing With Impaired, Disruptive, Aging, and Burned-Out Clinicians  by  Todd Sagin

Managing Problem Practitioners: A Leadership Guide to Dealing With Impaired, Disruptive, Aging, and Burned-Out Clinicians by Todd Sagin
March 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 180 pages | ISBN: 9781556453359 | 9.79 Mb

Address fitness-to-practice concerns with confidence!Managing Problem Practitioners: A Leadership Guide to Dealing With Impaired, Disruptive, Aging, and Burned-Out Clinicians is the medical staff’s answer for developing policies and procedures thatMoreAddress fitness-to-practice concerns with confidence!Managing Problem Practitioners: A Leadership Guide to Dealing With Impaired, Disruptive, Aging, and Burned-Out Cliniciansis the medical staff’s answer for developing policies and procedures that address physician impairment, disruptive behavior, and problems associated with aging.

Expert Todd Sagin, MD, JD, provides the guidance the medical staff office needs to develop and implement a process for assessing and resolving legally compromising situations. Don’t get caught unprepared—reduce your lawsuit risk and keep your patients and clinicians out of harm’s way.This book will help you:Develop an aging physician policy that protects physicians and the organizationTrain medical staff leaders on how to deal with a disruptive physicianTake the proper steps when  physicians fail to correct their behaviorDesign a physician wellness committee that is supportive of the medical staffSet and communicate clear expectations of physician behavior and competencyTable of contentsSection I: Addressing Practitioners Who Engage in Unprofessional ConductThe Parameters of the ProblemProfessionalism: We Know It When We See ItWhat Constitutes “Unprofessional Conduct” or “Disruptive Behavior”?Unprofessional Conduct: The Elephant in the RoomThe Prevalence of Unprofessional ConductWhy Is Unprofessional Conduct So Prevalent?Changing Expectations: The Move to Zero ToleranceConnection Between Disruptive Behavior, Patient Safety, and Quality HealthcareSetting Expectations for Professional BehaviorCommunicating the Code of Conduct and/or Behavioral ExpectationsMedical Staff and Group Practice Credentialing: Holding the Gates Against Disruptive PractitionersMedical Staff Bylaws and Disruptive Physicians: Issues to Be AddressedConfronting Unprofessional Behavior and Disruptive ConductPreparing Leaders to Manage Disruptive PractitionersGathering Data on Misconduct IncidentsIntervening With Disruptive Practitioners: Who, When, Where?Holding the Conversation With Disruptive PractitionersUtilizing Progressive Steps to Address Unprofessional BehaviorManaging Disruptive Conduct: A Series of Escalating InterventionsEstablishing a Plan of Action: Options to Assist in the Remediation of Disruptive PractitionersSharing Information About Unprofessional Conduct With Third PartiesManaging Disruptive Conduct Performed by Employed Physicians or PractitionersLegal Challenges Brought From Disruptive PractitionersSection II: Managing the Impaired PractitionerManaging Practitioners Whose Delivery of Care Is Impacted by Issues of Health, Aging, or Substance AbuseManaging Practitioners With Substance Abuse ProblemsIdentification and Reporting of Physicians With AddictionsConfronting Practitioners Who Are Abusing SubstancesTreatment and Monitoring of Physicians Who Are Substance AbusersAdditional Issues Relating to Substance Abuse by Physicians: Drug Testing, Responding to Third-Party Inquiries, and Covering the Expense of TreatmentPhysicians Impaired by Health ConcernsReporting Suspected Physical and Mental ImpairmentsPhysician Health and Wellness CommitteesThe Assessment of Physically and/or Mentally Impaired PhysiciansThe Use of a Leave of Absence When Evaluating or Treating Impaired PractitionersThe Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Impaired PhysicianThe Aging Physician: A Growing Healthcare ChallengeConnection Between Experience and CompetenceAging Physicians With Cognitive DeficitsAging Physicians and Physical Conditions That Cause ImpairmentIdentifying and Managing Declining Competence in the Older PractitionerAdopting Credentialing Policies Regarding Aging PractitionersImpact of the Federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)Addressing Physician Stress and Burnout: A Growing ProblemSelected ResourcesSelected Legal Cases



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