Successfully Leading Change at Your Practice

October 19, 2011

Cory Sevin discusses the main characteristics of a change agent, key steps to take in leading change at a practice, and how to mitigate any adverse reaction to shifts in your office.

Change is likely coming to your private practice, but how do you increase your chances of success? You need someone leading the way, according to Cory Sevin of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. From getting staff on-board to mapping out your future direction, someone needs to be the change agent in your practice. 

In this podcast, Sevin discusses the main characteristics of this change agent, key steps to take in leading change at a practice, and how to mitigate any adverse reaction to shifts in your office. Sevin will address these topics and more during her session, “Leadership for Successfully Leading Change,” at the MGMA11 Conference in Las Vegas.