Keys to Better Physician Relations

October 22, 2010

Doctors don't always get along with each other. Some might avoid contact with other physicians, or speak negatively about a colleague in front of a patient. This kind of behavior can directly compromise patient care.

Doctors don't always get along with each other. Some might avoid contact with other physicians, or speak negatively about a colleague in front of a patient. This kind of behavior can directly compromise patient care.

In this podcast, Wendy Lipton-Dibner, president of training and consulting company Professional Impact Inc. and a speaker at the 2010 MGMA Conference in New Orleans, outlines the "four Cs" to better physician relations and how administrators can use them to support doctors and create a better workplace atmosphere.