Cause and Effect

May 26, 2011

I just watched an interesting presentation by the American College of Physician Executives on the Causes and Effects of Disruptive Behaviors.  It was a nice, short presentation that addressed the prevalence and the impact of disruptive behavior among physicians.  Interestingly, in their study, 99% of the individuals surveyed reported patient-safety implications secondary to a doctor’s disruptive behavior.

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One Response to “Cause and Effect”

  1. Richard Willner on December 28th, 2011 11:15 pm

    When you mention that there are limited resources to help the Disruptive Physician, or better put, the Disruptive Surgeon, check out The Center For Peer Review Justice at //www.PeerRevi.w.org.

    Thank you.

    Rich Willner

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