We believe staff retention, professional satisfaction, and care improvement all require respect, trust and collaboration among doctors and between doctors and their organization. Strained or frayed relationships are impediments to meeting challenges that can only be addressed collectively.
Jack Silversin offers presentations for executives, senior leaders, physician leaders and medical staff. His talks are bespoke and reflect clients' unique needs and situation.
He has spoken on a range of topics related to healthcare culture, physician leadership challenges and physician-organization engagement. He has given keynote talks to kick-off retreats and conducted workshops related to the physician-organization compact.
To learn more about topics and fees, contact Jack at 617.354.7983 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
All members of an organization have implicit expectations of the deal they signed onto. These unwritten, but no less significant, expectations are a compact. As the pace of health care change has quickened, many physicians are feeling frustrated. Many are asked to innovate and adopt changes that feel outside of their original deal. Exploring the traditional compact and how it does and doesn’t fit with evolving organizational needs has proved to be a useful way to engage physicians toward the aim of improving professional satisfaction and alignment with strategic aims.