Practice leaders play a vital role in shaping a health care organization's culture and ensuring its ability to address complex health care delivery issues. The business of healthcare offers numerous challenges for its leaders.
Learn to navigate these challenges while actively cultivating effective and ethical practice leaders. The cultivation of leadership competencies is essential for sustaining a thriving practice, retaining an engaged team, and consistently providing quality patient care. A variety of management approaches offer leaders techniques for communicating with and motivating individuals under their responsibility.
MS, CMC, CMIS, CHI, CMAA, CBCS, CEHRS
Sharon Turner is an enthusiastic educator who has taught allied healthcare courses at Brookhaven, Collin, and Vista Colleges. She has received awards and recognition for outstanding achievement in teaching, leadership and community involvement. She is effective in developing lesson plans, providing quality instruction, and promoting a positive learning environment for her students.
She also has more than 12 years of experience as a Certified Medical Coder for OB/GYN, Anesthesia, Family Practice Medicine, Dermatology, Vein and Vascular, and Orthopedics Surgery specialties. She helped implement a new EHR system and successfully increased first pass on clean claims paid by 88 percent within 90 days of implementation.
Sharon is a doctorate student at Abilene Christian University majoring in Organizational Leadership in Adult Education. She has a Master of Science and a bachelor’s degree in Workplace Learning Performance in Applied Technologies from UNT. She currently serves on the Digital Faculty Consultant team at McGraw-Hill Education.
Invest an hour of your time today to learn how to cultivate effective leadership in your organization that will pay dividends tomorrow.
No prerequisites required.
When most professionals think about leadership competencies, they tend to think about conflict resolution, emotional intelligence, people management, problem-solving, strategic thinking, and project management. Facilitative leadership skills can also be utilized in your medical practice to create conditions that allow staff to thrive and benefits the practice. This secret ingredient can empower practice leaders to solve significant challenges and effectively overcome barriers.
Self-paced online program includes unlimited review of previously recorded instruction and the downloadable PowerPoint handout for 6 months.
Past participant comments:
“Very good information. It teaches how to be an effective manager.”
“It was very informative on many levels – management, but also on a smaller cooperative group level.”
“Very useful for keeping myself educated. Understanding how to improve in a role is necessary for growth.”