By: Jennifer K. Clark, M.D.
Faculty, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence
Faculty, University of Tulsa Institute for Health Care Delivery Sciences
In the 1990’s, the field of psychology was beginning to question its foundational Freudian view of mental health. Freud believed that to be mentally healthy one was to demonstrate the absence of
By: William J. Maples, M.D. and Diane L. Colgan, M.D., F.A.C.S.
A recent article, “Physician Burnout May Lead to Suboptimal Patient Care” documents physicians experiencing burnout were more likely to have patient safety incidents, poorer quality of care, and reduced patient satisfaction. The Joint Commission estimates that miscommunication among medical staff
James Oberman, M.D., has been in the driver’s seat of improving communication in military healthcare settings for the past decade.
Harvey Cassidy, M.D., is a family physician with a focus on patient-centered care and a heart for teaching.
Carrie Grant, R.N., has worked in healthcare for over 20 years. In addition to serving as faculty member at The Institute for Healthcare Excellence (IHE), she is a nurse administrator for a level 1 trauma academic medical center in Utah.