Professor Leonard Friedman presented at the Association for Talent Development Healthcare Executive Summit in San Antonio on November 14. Friedman’s session, “Leadership Competencies for an Unknowable Future,” examined the attributes of effective leaders today and proposed a set of competencies for leaders of tomorrow to guide their organization into an uncertain future.
GW Health Workforce Institute Publishes New England Journal of Medicine Article
HPM Team Publishes in the Journal of Healthcare Management
Associate Professor Patricia "Polly" Pittman, Assistant Professor Leah Masselink, Research Assistant Lauren Bade, and Professor Leighton Ku coauthored "Factors Determining Medical Staff Configurations in Community Health Centers: CEO Perspectives," published in the Journal of Healthcare Management (2016 Sep/Oct;61(5):364-377
Analysis Suggests Funding for Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program
Running the federal Teaching Health Center (THC) Graduate Medical Education program created in 2011 under the Affordable Care Act costs much more than it was funded by Congress in 2015, according to an analysis published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The program's goal is to increase the number of primary care doctors and dentists practicing in underserved parts of the United States.