We’re investing in medical leadership training to serve you better than ever

Learn how we’re focused on improving medical outcomes, ensuring patient satisfaction, and building successful client partnerships

In 2021, our company focus is on Progress and Partnerships.

What does this mean? In order to continue to improve how we serve our clients and their employees, we are continually listening, learning, and innovating to build a better and better healthcare each day.

To achieve this goal, we’re continuing our investment in medical leadership training to engage our team members and create excellence in all that we do.

Our company-wide medical leadership training

Surprising, leadership skills are rarely taught and reinforced across the continuum of medical training—even though medical institutions have designated “leadership” as a core medical competency. [1]

Built upon the framework laid out in “The Art of Medical Leadership: A Guide to Identifying and Moving Beyond Common Leadership Mistakes” by Suzan Oran and Scott Conard, MD, our Art of Medical Leadership 1.0 training is mandatory not only for our clinical teams, but for all team members within our organization.

This 10-week course serves as the cornerstone of our company culture, educating everyone within the organization that they have the power to provide leadership to make a difference for our clients and patients.

By giving a deeper intuitive understanding of leadership, the program gives our teams the tools that facilitate improving medical outcomes, ensuring patient satisfaction, and building successful, long-lasting client partnerships.

The evolution of medical leadership training

Building on the success of our company-wide training, we’ve now introduced the Art of Medical Leadership 2.0 for all of WeCare’s physicians, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses.

This enhanced training goes deeper into the principles of “The Art of Medical Leadership” so our clinical teams can take their knowledge and understanding to the next level.

“By giving our medical teams this new level of understanding, we’re doing more than helping them be better leaders,” explains Raegan Garber Le Douaron, CEO/President of WeCare tlc. “We’re also helping them reach new standards in team alignment and collaboration. As a result, our clinical teams can communicate better, they can inspire others, and they can continue to drive forward innovations in healthcare.”

Investing in our teams to better serve our clients

As a leading provider of onsite and nearsite health centers, we’re on a mission to change the way healthcare is delivered in the US. By investing today in medical leadership training for everyone in our organization, we’re building a stronger tomorrow—both for our teams and for our clients.

If you’d like to learn more about how WeCare tlc can help your company offer better employee healthcare, please contact us today.

You can learn more about “The Art of Medical Leadership”, the book that forms the foundation of our medical leadership training, here.

Source:

1: Harvard Business Journal