Doctors train to take on healthcare transformation at new leadership institute
Medical schools don't train doctors to lead teams, manage departments or understand complex financial plans. Yet, increasingly, clinicians are being asked to take on key leadership and management roles and develop policy. The Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership, based in Portland, has launched what is believed to be the nation's first independent statewide Physician Executive Leadership Institute.
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