Offer compensation to encourage medical staff leadership
In recent years, finding medical staff members to assume leadership positions has become an increasingly daunting task. The mounting pressure on physicians' time and the increasing burden of leadership work has dissuaded many excellent doctors from stepping forward into these roles. In addition, many physicians dislike organizational politics, detest meetings, and are averse to any activity that takes them away from the office, off the hospital floors, or out of the OR.
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