Jan. 14, 2013
-- To be an effective leader, you need your health! This powerful session will give you keen insight into what strong accountability looks like and how you can lead even when you are not in a position of authority: whether with your healthcare provider or other powerful individuals in your life.
As a surgeon, Dr. Marty Makary can testify to the amazing power of modern medicine. But he's also been witness to a medical culture that routinely leaves surgical sponges inside patients, amputates the wrong limbs, and overdoses children because of sloppy handwriting. Join Lead Star on January 24th at 2 p.m. EST and hear Dr. Makary discuss how teamwork, better communication, and a culture where medical personnel take ownership of outcomes would greatly improve health care. If you cannot attend but are interested, please register and we will send you a link to the recording following the event. Please visit online registration at https://www.accuconference.com/customer/Registration/inde...
Please share this information with your colleagues and friends who would also benefit from this 30-minute, complimentary teleseminar event - only a phone is needed. For more information on Lead Star and our programs, please visit www.leadstar.us
About the Author: Dr. Makary is a surgeon and researcher at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His current efforts focus on patient empowerment through increased transparency of medical information. He speaks nationally on the future of health care, accountability in medicine, and new innovations to streamline health systems. He is the author of over 150 publications and a leading textbook of surgery.