Join Dr. Rob Strauss as he welcomes Dr. Frank Lee, TeamHealth Special Administrative and Residency Education Outreach Consultant to the Beyond Clinical Medicine podcast. In this episode, Dr. Lee discusses the work-life integration, and sometimes imbalance, faced by clinicians nationwide. He explores stepping back to find balance and fulfilment in life and work. Please listen and share with other clinical teams who may benefit from this conversation.
Implicit bias in healthcare is a critical area that demands our collective attention. In this #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast, Dr. Rob Strauss welcomes guests Dr. Stan Thompson, MD, MHA, FACEP, Chief Clinical Officer, LifePoint Group and Chair of the TeamHealth Diversity, Equity and Inclusion program, with Dr. Khadeja Haye, MD, MBA, FACOG, National Medical Director, OB/GYN, for a two part series discussing when implicit bias begins, what it is, and how to recognize it in all aspects of healthcare.
The latest #BeyondClinicalMedicine episode discusses putting individual wellness strategies into practice and engaging teams in active stress management. Dr. Robert Strauss, Chief Medical Training Officer, is joined by guest host Dr. Heather Owen, Chief Clinical Officer of TeamHealth Emergency Medicine, and guests Dr. Ryan Allen, Facility Medical Director, and Dr. Jasper Smits, Clinical Psychologist.
Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 30: Taking on UnitedHealthcare - Behind the Fight to Protect our Healthcare Heroes
Join Leif Murphy, TeamHealth CEO, as he sits down with Dr. Rob Strauss in the latest edition of the Beyond Clinical Medicine podcast. In this episode, Taking on UnitedHealthcare - Behind the Fight to Protect our Healthcare Heroes, Murphy details the lawsuit against United and why TeamHealth decided to take on the insurance giant on behalf of clinicians nationwide. Murphy notes the jury sent a strong message to United finding in favor of the TeamHealth plaintiffs and subsequently awarding $60 million in punitive damages, “ I believe the message that came from the jury is very significant and very clear, which is you cannot use unfair payment practices without facing a consequence.”