Don't be an Accidental Physician Executive

Lyons, Mary Frances
May 1997
Physician Executive;May/Jun1997, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p60
Academic Journal
The article offers ideas for physicians on the factors that need to be considered when aspiring to be a physician executive. A thorough career evaluation is necessary before transitioning into the physician executive practice. Moreover, a combined degree in medical doctor and master of business administration is also relevant to physician executives. The importance of timing, skills portfolio and career management to physician executives are discussed.


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