Recently released books for Physician Leaders
New book releases highlight important topics for physician leaders in 2020
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Here are the latest additions to AAPL's publications.
Max Reiboldt, CPA
In this book, Max Reiboldt, CPA, and his team at Coker Group, equip physicians, physician leaders, health system administrators and private investors with an abundance of knowledge and effective strategies for making sound decisions based on the current and future environment of healthcare practice and delivery.
Value-Based Healthcare and Payment Models: Including Frontline Strategies for 20 Clinical Subspecialties
By Grace E. Terrell, MD, MMM, CPE, FACP, FACPE
Julian D. "Bo" Bobbitt, Jr., JD
New Guide Decodes Value-Based Care and Payment Models
As value-based care is coming of age, deciding how to start can be an overwhelming task. Risks are high and success with the new models is challenging and time-consuming. This book fills an important need by providing concrete and proven strategies to aid in an organization’s successful transformation.
By Peter B. Angood, MD, FAAPL(Hon)
COVID-19 is clearly creating significant change in how daily lives are pursued. The impacts on healthcare as an industry are profound and how physicians continue to provide patient care is being challenged. Those in group practices, as well as those within institutional environments, are all now faced with the prospect for how to develop new approaches in their professional pursuits. The changing environment in healthcare provides all physicians with a unique opportunity to develop and implement larger scales of change for the industry, as a result.
By Ken Terry
The key point of the book is that physicians hold the key to cost-effective healthcare and successful healthcare reform. Medicare for All, which is increasingly likely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, will fail unless it is coupled with structural changes in healthcare delivery that can drastically reduce the third of healthcare spending that is sheer waste. And only physicians, Terry argues in his book, are in a position to identify and root out this waste.
50 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians: Fulfilling, Meaningful, and Lucrative Alternatives to Direct Patient Care
By Sylvie Stacy, MD, MPH
How Physicians Can Leverage Their Clinical Skills to Transition to Another Career
By the time they realize their career in clinical medicine isn’t everything they thought it would be, many physicians believe they’re too invested in their trade to turn back now. Feeling burned out, disengaged, unfulfilled or burdened by high student debt or compensation incommensurate with the demands of their job, they may feel trapped, without options and with nowhere to turn.