New York Health Leadership Academy – Emergency Medicine
There are many critical skills required of a department leader, the most basic of which included human resource assessments, budget development, data acquisition and analysis, report preparation and presentation, conflict resolution, and contract negotiations. proficiency in communication an professionalism is fundamental.
New York Health guides this interdisciplinary leadership development in which emergency development teams will be provided the opportunity to observe and develop highly successful leadership styles and participate in leadership education, both formally and in practice at their own institutions.
Leadership Academy Details
Participants in New York Health’s Leadership Academy will be composed of selected emergency medicine physicians, nurse managers, and administrative leaders.
These individuals will be brought to a dedicated Leadership Academy, a five-day intense workshop designed to assess and build their administrative skills. The Academy workshop will provide three hours of didactic presentations each morning and three hours of workshops each afternoon; assignments will be provided at the end for each day for home study and preparation for the following day. Afternoon lectures include:
• Leadership principles
• Managing people
• Customer service and Strategic planning
• ED facilities and design
• ED operations
• Pre-hospital medicine and Disaster planning
Participants in the Academy will have the opportunity to work with established leaders in emergency medicine, with Chairmen from Internal Medicine, Surgery and other specialties, and with hospital administrators situated in the United States. The Academy is co-hosted by New York Health and expert faculty from Harvard Medical School in Boston Massachusetts, Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City, and the University of Denver in Colorado.
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