How physicians change: Multisource feedback driven intervention improves physician leadership and teamwork

Baseline multisource feedback scores vary by specialty and improve based on feedback, goal-setting, coaching, and education. In particular, physicians who start with low scores have the greatest potential for leadership teamwork index improvement. Surgeons had a significantly lower baseline leadership teamwork index at 59.9, whereas primary care and specialists started with an leadership teamwork index......

Can 360-Degree Reviews Help Surgeons? Evaluation of Multisource Feedback for Surgeons in a Multi-Institutional Quality Improvement Project

360 degree evaluations can provide a practical, systematic, and subjectively accurate assessment of surgeon performance without undue reviewer burden. The process was found to result in beneficial behavior change, according to surgeons and their coworkers. Survey response rate was 31% for surgeons (118 of 385), 59% for department heads (10 of 17), and 36% for......

Multisource Evaluation of Surgeon Behavior is Associated with Malpractice Claims

The range of claims among a study of 264 surgeons was 0 to 8, with 48.1% of surgeons having at least 1 claim. Multiple positive and negative behaviors were significantly associated with the risk of having malpractice claims. Surgeons in the bottom decile for several items had an increased likelihood of having at least 1......

(Video) 4 Field-Tested Strategies for Healthcare Pros to Stay Sane during COVID-19

In the brief video below, we’ve focused only on 4 rapid self-care strategies to help healthcare professionals get centered and in control during the many moments of inevitable chaos brought by the COVID-19 crisis.  When this is over, it’s our hope that healthcare professionals receive the same societal respect as soldiers. In other words, when......

Relationship Between Surgeon PULSE 360 Survey Findings and Malpractice

Annals of Surgery. Multisource Evaluation of Surgeon Behavior is Associated with Malpractice Claims. Lagoo, Janaka, MD; Berry, William, R., MD, MPH, MPA; Miller, Kate, PhD, MPH; Neal, Brandon, J., MPH; Luke Sato, MD; Keith D. Lillemoe, MD; Gerard M. Doherty, MD; James R. Kasser, MD; Elliot L. Chaikof, MD, PhD; Atul A. Gawande, MD, MPH; and......