Tag Archives: decisions

Live Long and Prosper: The Role of Logic & Emotional Intelligence in Healthcare

Blog post by Joe Babaian The conflict felt when choosing what can be done, what must be done, and what should be done in healthcare is ever present. We regularly find ourselves in highly emotional situations dealing with life and death being managed by highly-skilled healthcare workers balancing science and logic with the human needs […]

A New Beginning for Academic Medicine

Introduction by Lisa Fields and Colin Hung This week #HCLDR welcomes Joanne Conroy, MD Chief Health Care Officer at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and a frequent contributor to the Wing of Zock blog, as our guest. We are honored that Conroy and the AAMC have chosen our tweetchat to debut their new report on […]

#HCLDR Chat – Feb 12 2013 – Decisions

Decision-making is an important leadership skill. For healthcare leaders, decisions can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. Thankfully most of the decisions we have to make day-to-day are not in the same vein (excuse the pun). This week’s tweetchat is on the topic of making good decisions. Mike Myatt wrote an excellent article […]