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04/23/2019

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Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 4: Importance of Teamwork in Healthcare

Hear conversations with leading clinicians across the country that cover all the things they don’t teach you in residency in our new podcast Beyond Clinical Medicine.

On today’s episode, Dr. Strauss speaks with Dr. Kissinger Goldman, TeamHealth Emergency Physician and Director of Patient Experience at MHS Emergency Departments in Florida.

Often, clinicians are encouraged to address the patient experience, but in today’s podcast, Dr. Strauss and Dr. Goldman discuss the importance of also focusing on building bonds with members of your entire healthcare team as well.

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You can also listen on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and Spotify. You can also listen to all episodes on our website at www.beyondclinicalmedicine.org and follow along at #beyondclinicalmedicine. You can also access the podcast in our News & Resources section on the TeamHealth website.

Make sure to subscribe to the Beyond Clinical Medicine podcast series to get the latest episodes.

If you have a question or comment about this podcast or an idea for a topic you’d like us to discuss in the future, please share your thoughts by email at podcast@teamhealth.com. Thanks for listening!

Like the podcast? Imagine becoming part of a network of clinicians passionate about providing the best care to patients. At TeamHealth, that’s who we are. Find out more about the opportunities you have to create an impact by joining TeamHealth.

At TeamHealth, our purpose is to perfect the practice of medicine, every day, in everything we do.

We are proud to be the leading physician practice in the U.S., driven by our commitment to quality and safety and supported by our world-class operating team. To improve the experience of our physicians and advanced practice clinicians, we empower them to act on what they believe is right, free clinicians from distractions so they can focus on patient care, invest in learning and development to promote growth in the clinical field and foster an environment where continuous improvement is a shared priority.