Four Symptoms of Anesthesia Leadership Issues
In a group setting, it is not unusual for individual anesthesiologists to function on their own rather than as a cohesive unit. In addition to the way most anesthesia groups are structured, day-to-day clinical demands often prevent physicians from investing sufficient time in implementing emerging best clinical and business practices.
Symptoms of leadership issues in anesthesia departments include:
Lack of an action plan to address strategic and operational initiatives of the hospital
Clinician turnover forces the routine use of locum tenens
Anesthesia services and OR service needs are not aligned
Survey-readiness may be lacking
The Solution: Unique and Specific Anesthesia Action Plan
Premier Anesthesia addresses leadership issues through a number of proven methods:
Hospital-Specific Anesthesia Business Planning: Our management team develops a custom business plan and budget that addresses Premier's accountability and responsibility for meeting our client hospital's service, outcome and cost expectations. We then review our performance with designated hospital leadership on a monthly basis.