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Fellows Seminar – Lake Tahoe
May 3, 2018 - May 4, 2018
View 2018 ACHE Fellows Seminar Brochure
Two-Day Seminar Details
Time: 7:00 am – 1:30 pm
Credits: 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits
Tuition: ACHE member $1,530.00 / Nonmember $1,830.00
The tuition fee covers one seminar from the list above. Because both seminars run concurrently, you may only
register for one seminar.
Behavior Smarts: Increasing Healthcare Leadership Performance
Connect with team members and build stronger personal relationships
Influential leadership is about inspiring and motivating performance excellence at all levels of the organization
through a highly developed emotional intelligence (EQ) capacity. However, many healthcare executives do not
have a clear idea of how their EQ measures up or understand why EQ is a competitive advantage for team
performance. Over two days, you will learn and practice the key behaviors necessary to connect with team
members and build stronger personal relationships. This program identifies the cause and offers a remedy for
closing the gap between consistent leadership behavior and sustained organizational performance.
• Distinguish four key behavior types.
• Apply the necessary attributes of self-awareness and self-management.
• Match leading behavior types to optimize team performance.
• Discover the power of collaboration and connection to drive performance through emotional intelligence.
• Michael E. Frisina, PhD, President, The Frisina Group
Expert faculty Michael E. Frisina, PhD, will help you to link behavior patterns to leadership styles and understand
how EQ allows for self-awareness and self-management of behavior to drive technical skills.
Improving the Performance of Physician Services Organizations in Integrated Health Systems – New!
Strategies for optimizing embedded medical practices.
Today, virtually all hospitals and health systems employ physicians; yet they often struggle with the financial and
strategic performance of the embedded medical practices. This two-day seminar examines the tools needed to
improve the performance of embedded medical practices in integrated health systems or health systems that
employ physicians or other providers. Participants will be encouraged to share personal experiences to augment
the seminar’s case studies and evidence-based research focused on improving the strategic, financial, operational,
clinical and cultural performance of embedded medical practices.
• Opportunities for goal alignment between integrated health systems and their embedded medical groups
• Strategies to position medical practices as key drivers of overall health system performance
• Methods used by large, successful, independent, multispecialty and single-specialty medical group
practices to organize and deliver medical services and how they can benefit integrated health system
• Nontraditional performance improvement tools and skill sets to apply to common challenges experience
by embedded medical practices
• Skills for developing and coaching physician leaders and clinical dyad leadership teams
• Daniel K. Zismer, PhD, Chair and Director, MHA and Executive Studies Programs, University of Minnesota
• David L. Klocke, FACHE, Medical Director, Consultant, and Coach, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Seminar leader Daniel K. Zismer, PhD, co-founder and managing director, Castling Partners, and David L. Klocke,
MD, FACHE, CMO, Regional Health, will use case studies and evidence-based research to share strategies for
improving performance of medical practices embedded within hospitals and health systems.