News | Radiology Business | August 18, 2015

Radiology Leadership Institute Kicks Off Leadership Accelerator Series

Twelve-week program will offer networking, webinars and case studies to help radiologists adjust to changing healthcare landscape

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August 18, 2015 — The Radiology Leadership Institute (RLI) is launching the Leadership Accelerator Series. This new series uses the latest techniques and proven methodologies from leading institutions to offer attendees a total educational experience, complete with networking, peer learning and self-paced study — all without leaving home. Those who complete the series will earn the RLI Level II Leadership Proficiency Certificate.

The comprehensive 12-week program combines the best of live, cohort-based webinars led by radiology experts with relevant articles, practical case studies, online modules, moderated discussion forums and self-paced weeks to help radiologists and allied professionals:

  • Understand economic principles impacting healthcare financing and physician compensation;
  • Harness the diverse, complex array of styles, goals and visions of their practices;
  • Develop communication skills required for more effective clinical and non-clinical leadership; and
  • Successfully nurture relationships with hospital and medical staff to ensure stability.

For more information: www.radiologyleaders.org

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